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Visit the Tukwila Village Farmers Market

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Two farmers wearing face masks stand behind a table full of fresh, locally grown vegetables and herbs in baskets.

The farmers market continued last summer, adapting to fit public health guidelines while still sharing fresh produce with community members.

Photo: IRC

The Tukwila Village Farmers Market opens for the season on June 23rd! Plan a visit to the market and purchase high-quality, low-cost organic produce locally grown by gardeners from refugee and immigrant communities.

Find the Tukwila Village Farmers Market

Wednesdays from 4:00-7:00pm, June 23rd to October 13th, 2021

The market is located at Tukwila Village Plaza

Customers may pay with cash, debit, or credit cards. The Tukwila Farmers Market also accepts SNAP benefits and doubles them with SNAP Market Match (meaning SNAP dollars go twice as far at the market). Vendors will continue to follow all local public health guidelines to ensure a safe market experience. Please wear a mask to the market, and stay home if you’re not feeling well.

The Tukwila Village Farmers Market is supported by the IRC in Seattle's New Roots program and the Food Innovation Network. Established in 2011, the  New Roots program helps increase land and food access for refugee and immigrant communities in Washington. New Roots helps newcomers adjust to their new home through gardening, nutrition education, orientation to U.S. food systems, and youth and elder leadership activities. These programs also foster emotional well-being and social connections for people experiencing isolation or other challenges associated with moving to a new country. Learn more about how the New Roots program facilitates food security and access, local cooperative agriculture, shared learnings and workshopscommunity gardens, and events geared toward elders