Our members and vendors are committed to bringing you fresh, local products. Farmer members grow and produce all their products at their farms in the Lake Superior Bioregion, with most producing locally in St. Louis, Carlton and Lake Counties. Additionally, the Duluth Farmers Market hosts select food artisans producing unique local goods. Unlike other local markets, the Duluth Farmers Market is farmer focused: we sell mostly farm products, not arts and crafts. Farmers are only permitted to sell goods they produce themselves.
Rebecca Gramdorf runs Small Wheel Farm, located in Hermantown, Minnesota, with the help of her husband Peter Taylor. Farming since 2017, they are developing their land little by little into vegetable beds, orchards, and wildlife habitat. Currently, Rebecca farms a quarter acre of diversified vegetables, and specializes in those that are her favorites to eat: … Continue reading Small Wheel Farm
Duluth Flower Farm specializes in flowers, bouquets and wreaths. Visit the Hoffbauer’s website here , or contact Brook and Derek by phone at 218.409.2520 Also check out the latest from the Hoffbauer’s Facebook page and Instagram
Talmadge Farms specializes in preserves. You can also find flowers, cucumbers for your own pickling adventures, and a variety of other in-season produce. Contact Kathy by calling 218-525-2414 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deb Shubat is proud owner of Shubat’s Fruits, located up the shore by the French River. Shubat’s Fruits sells fruit trees and bushes, transplants of plants and veggies, bee houses, occasional baked goods, a wide variety of midsummer veggies and fruit(apples blueberries pears plums), kimchi, potted perennials, and cut flowers. … Continue reading Shubats Fruits & Gitche Gumee Kimchi
Mark and Sharilyn Walters are long time beekeepers based out of Duluth. Miel Duluth keeps bees in four places across town. They specialize in honey, as well as multiple beeswax based products like candles, dog-paw protection, and wood finish. They also offer soaps, lotions, and lip balm. Great grandpa Walters started the family tradition of … Continue reading Miel Duluth, LLC – Walters Family
Barb Hollinday is an expert gardener specializing in spring bedding plants, perennials, vegetable plants, and herbs, working with over thirty types! Locally grown in Duluth Township, Barb operates on a farm passed down by her grandparents, first purchased in 1918. She was mentored along the way by her parents, who regularly went to the Market. … Continue reading Barb’s Garden
Fred and Kelly Faye own Happy Hollow Creamery, located twelve miles west of Bayfield, Wisconsin, where they process and prepare their cheese for the Duluth Farmer’s Market. Happy Hollow produces multiple types of sheep and goat cheese. Their farm has been in the family since 1972, when it was originally purchased by the family. Fred’s … Continue reading Happy Hollow Creamery
John and Christine Skalko own Skalko’s Honey Bee Farm, located by Jay Cooke State Park in Esko, Minnesota. Since 1986, John has been keeping bees and making honey. John is an avid environmentalist, and has a background in public education as an elementary principal and library media teacher. John has been on the farm since … Continue reading Skalko’s Honey Bees
Mark and Ginny Larva own and operate Mark Larva’s Shop and Garden. Mark and Ginny married and began visiting the market in the early 1980’s. Both native Minnesotans, they were inspired and taken in by the market, and have since found a passion for organic gardening. They started selling potatoes at the market in 1999. … Continue reading Mark Larva’s Shop and Garden
Peggy sells a variety of vegetables and plants, including perennials. Check out the jewelry and other handmade items as well. Questions? Contact her at 218-729-7328.
Bob Olen sells a variety of vegetables during the summer season.
Deeps Coffee is a small gourmet coffee roaster producing single-origin coffees for you to brew at home. They are really generous with their samples and have lots of happy customers! Visit Deeps Coffee here: https://www.facebook.com/Deeps-Coffee-258206427552330/
Cindy Hale is a local orchardist, farmer, researcher, teacher and advocate for sustainable and local foods. Formerly with UMD, she now farms full time and dedicates much of her time to public education workshops and consulting related to winter pruning, grafting, orchard management and integrated pest management (IPM) for backyard and beginning apple growers. Clover … Continue reading Clover Valley Farms & Vinegary
Anahata Herbals, located in Duluth, uses a holistic approach with their products emphasizing health and wellness. They specialize in different types of mushrooms, including nutrient dense chaga, as well as other bulk herbs, essences and oils, grow -your-own mushroom logs, tea, and wild rice. Owner Eric Ament hails from St. Cloud and has lived in … Continue reading Anahata Herbals
Roper Farms is located in Holyoke, MN, about 40 mins outside of the Duluth area. The farm was purchase by the Roper’s grandparents around 1965. They provide grass fed/finished beef, naturally raised chickens and turkeys, and eggs. The Roper family has always lived in the Northern Minnesota area. They value the ability to experience so … Continue reading Roper Farms
Hoffbauer Tree Farm sells Christmas trees at the market during the winter season. You can find them Here .
From a very young age, I wanted to farm. The dream was impossible, of course, so I fell into a soul-sucking job within Corporate America. It was supposed to be temporary, but kids and mortgage caused twelve years to pass by in the blink of an eye. The mid-life crisis triggering layoff was one of the … Continue reading Tiny Farm Duluth
Doug and Lois Hoffbauer are veteran farmers who have been affiliated with the Duluth farmer’s Market for over 30 years. Their business, Farmer Doug, sells maple syrup and perennials in the spring, and Christmas trees and wreaths during the winter season. Doug graduated with a degree in forestry education, and from there started planting trees … Continue reading Farmer Doug
Gene and Annie grow a variety of vegetables for the market.