(Women, Infants & Children)

 We'd love to have you! Products for sale must be grown or created within 50 miles of Hibbing, MN.​ We're always looking for GARDEN PRODUCE VENDORS!!

Not sure? We have a "guest vendor" application for folks interested in giving us a try...reduced fees for a limited time. See FORMS page.

Accepting SNAP/EBT for eligible foods!

Get matching Market Bucks for

additional food! Up to $10.00 per visit.

Also matching dollars from UCare!

Our Mission Statement

your community

Open for the 2020 season!!

​Select produce vendors are now

accepting WIC checks for farmers markets on eligible foods!

​Watch for Power of Produce - for kids ages 4-12 for free produce once each market week ($2 each week)! Begins in July. Sign up at the market.  Sponsored by Hibbing Foundation, Security State Bank Foundation, Lake Country Power, U of M Extension and Essentia.

purchase locally

​We are excited to begin our 2020 season and have missed seeing our customers! In the first half-hour of the market, we invite seniors, health care providers, and folks with underlying health concerns to shop. All vendors will be wearing face masks during the first half hour. Customers are requested to wear a mask the first half hour also. If you choose not to wear a mask, please wait until 2:30 on Tuesdays or 9:30 on Saturdays. Thank you for your understanding!

Come out and find the finest  producers of local goods. You'll feel good about being part of something bigger.


Please park on the MOTEL SIDE of the fence.

You're part of the local economy, so you understand how important it is to keep this city vibrant and moving forward. We're doing that, too!

Click here for COVID-19 shopping suggestions for farmers markets

Click here for MN Department of Agriculture's COVID-19 Guidance for Farmers' Markets - April 2020

The Hibbing Farmers Market was founded to pursue the following goals:

  • To provide farmers, artisans, and crafters alternate marketing opportunities
  • To improve the variety, freshness, taste and nutritional value of produce available for the Hibbing area
  • To provide an educational forum for consumers to learn the uses and benefits of quality, locally grown foods
  • To enhance the quality of life in the Hibbing area by providing a community activity which fosters social gathering and interaction