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St. Paul Farmers’ Market kicks off 170th year

The St. Paul Farmers’ Market opened their season April 27-28 in downtown St. Paul for its 170th year of providing locally produced food in St. Paul. 

The longest-running Farmers’ Market in the state, the St. Paul Farmers’ Market was established in 1854 by the St. Paul Growers Association. The market has always been located in the downtown area and has been in its current location since 1982.

According to their website, The St. Paul Farmers’ Market is a beloved community gathering spot where local farmers and artisans come together to offer fresh produce, baked goods, handmade crafts and more. 

The St. Paul Farmer’s Market in Lowertown is open Saturday and Sunday throughout the summer. Visit for hours and location. 

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