Farm to Fairview

Think Global, Eat Local

Farm to Fairview is back this summer for our eighth season, bringing fresh, local produce and flowers from the farm to sites in our community.

Our mini farmers markets feature vendors who live and grow locally, selling everything from berries and sweet corn to tomatoes and squash. Check out Farm to Fairview Mini Market at a location near you.

Fairview Southdale Hospital, near the power plant
  • Thursdays, June 29, July 13 and 27, Aug. 10 and 24
  • 12-4 p.m.
400 Stinson Building on the back loading dock
  • Thursdays, July 13-Sept. 28
  • 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Fairview Northland Medical Center, Special Event Markets in partnership with the Princeton-Zimmerman Farmers Market Association, outside the cafeteria in the back parking lot
  • Second Wednesday of each month: June 14, July 12, August 9, September 13
  • 2:30-5:30 p.m.  

Market Special Events

Watch for more events added soon!

Date Location Event
July 12 Fairview Northland Farmers Market In partnership with Fairview Community Health, we will be hosting a kids bike helmet fitting and $5 bike helmet sale! Purchase a low cost bike helmet for your child and have it fit for their needs. Assistance is available for those who need it for the cost of the helmet.

Meet our Vendors!

New in 2017! Untiedts Vegetable Farm - Fresh vegetables and fruits - watermelon, berries and apples!
Greenfingers-- Amazing potted and cut flowers and plants!
Annona Gourmet-- Specialty oils, breads and pastas!
• Fairview Northland Farmers Market – Partnering with Princeton – Zimmerman Farmers Market Association for vendors

Green and locally grown

From field to fork and garden to kitchen table, the market offers produce and flowers freshly picked and sold by the grower to you. Most of our vendors have organic growing practices, and some are certified organic.

The markets are part of our wellness and sustainability efforts at Fairview. Remember, when you shop at the market, bring a reusable bag to tote your market goods and small bills to pay with cash.

Check the Minnesota Grown directory for other market locations.