We are excited to reopen a modified summer market from 7:30am to 12:00pm at Yavapai College in parking lots A & B. The summer market will run every Saturday through October 31st. Due to the continued risk associated with COVID-19, we have implemented significant measures to help protect the health of customers, vendors, and the community.
Since mid-March, PFM has been offering online ordering and drive-through pick-up only. For now, the modified market will replace this program while staff continue to evaluate the need and capacity for continuing to provide additional shopping options.
Here are some things to expect on Saturdays moving forward:
- The first hour of the market (7:30am to 8:30am) will be reserved for senior, disabled or immune-compromised customers.
- More space between vendor booths will encourage social distancing.
- Masks are mandatory for staff, volunteers and vendors.
- Hand-washing stations will be available throughout the market.
- Vendors will be cleaning surfaces frequently and sanitizing in between each transaction.
PREPARED FOOD BOOTHS
- All prepared foods are take-out only, and no condiments will be left out.
- There will be no tables or chairs available; please take items outside of the market to eat.
- All beverages must be sealed, no personal refills will be available, and straws will only be given out upon request.
- Pre-bagged produce will be offered to eliminate scales and weighing.
- Touching products is discouraged, and vendors will emphasize a “you touch it, you take it” approach.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Customers can make their trip at PFM safer, healthier and more convenient for everyone by keeping the following guidelines in mind:
- If you are sick or have been in contact with a sick person, stay home.
- Please send one person from your household to shop.
- Please leave pets at home (service animals are welcome).
- Maintain 6 feet of physical distance as much as possible.
- Be aware of how many people are in each booth. Please be patient and wait until the booth is clear if 6 feet of physical distance cannot be maintained.
- Wash all produce thoroughly before using it.
- Frequently wash reusable bags.
- We are encouraging you to limit your time at the market so bring a list!
- Face coverings are recommended.
Customers can swipe their SNAP/EBT/P-EBT, debit or credit cards to receive tokens at the Information Booth. The Double Up Food Bucks Arizona program allows customers to double their SNAP benefits at the market, with no daily limit for now. All vendors accept cash.
As a vital part of the economy, the mission of Prescott Farmers Market is to support and expand local agriculture, cultivate a healthy community and increase access to affordable local food. PFM is a nonprofit organization and a Qualifying Charitable Tax Credit Organization with the State of Arizona.
With your help, we can preserve both public health and local access to fresh food and keep our community safe and healthy!
Anticipated Summer Vendors
(Not all vendors attend every Saturday)
Vendor bios and details including their contact information can be found here.
|Bloomer-Rang Iris Farm||BIF|
|Blooming Reed Farm||BRF|
|Broken Horn D Ranch||BHDR|
|Burnin’ Daylight Farm||BURN|
|Café de Doña Ella||CAFE|
|Camp Grounds Tea and Coffee||CAMP|
|Communal Uprising Chocolate||CU|
|Cutting Edge Services||CUT|
|Iron Rodeo Acres||IRON|
|L Bell Ranch||LB|
|La Piña Sabrosa||LPS|
|Mountain Found Designs||MFD|
|Oak Creek Apple Co.||OAK|
|Olives Sunset Creations||SUN|
|Payne Gulch Honey||PGH|
|Prickly Pear Tea Co.||PPT|
|Skull Valley Lavender Farms||SVL|
|Sun Valley Bees||SVB|
|Sun Valley Harvest||SVH|
|The Goat Barn||GB|
|two bites bakery||2B|
|Western Natural Gardens LLC||WNG|
|Wild Iris Coffeehouse||WILD|
|Wingfield Bread Co||WB|
6/13/20 Market Map
(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)