Farmers Market Sherwood Park

Farm Fresh Food...

...and other food producers.

Strathcona County has deep roots in agriculture and remains home to some world-class food producers. When you shop local, not only are you feeding your family the freshest food possible, you are supporting your neighbors and the people that help you make this community great.

Farmer's Markets

Peak market season is summertime, of course, but we have some local year-round markets. We've listed the larger markets in the region, some of the hamlets also organize seasonal markets. Farmer's markets sell everything from locally grown produce to unique crafts and gourmet delicacies. Everything is homegrown or homemade.

In light of Covid-19, some of the markets are going to look and feel a little different this year, the times might change and they're starting a little later in the season. Most should be up and running by June, but check first before you make the trip. We'll try to keep this page as current as possible, but it is a very fluid situation. Our apologies for any errors. 


 

Ardrossan Farmer's Market 

  • Summer (2019 was debut)
  • Tuesdays
  • 5 - 8 pm
  • Ardrossan Memorial Hall

Baseline Farmer's Market

  • May - October
  • Wednesdays
  • 4 - 8 pm
  • 390 Baseline Road

Deville Market, North Cooking Lake

  • Year-round
  • Tuesdays
  • 4 - 8 pm
  • Deville North Cooking Lake Hall

Fort Saskatchewan Farmers Market

  • June - September
  • Thursdays
  • 4:30 - 7:30 pm
  • CN Train Station on 99th Street

Salisbury Farmer's Market

  • Year-round
  • Thursdays
  • 4 - 7:30 pm
  • Salisbury Greenhouse

Sherwood Park Farmers Market

  • Year-round
  • Wednesdays
  • 4 - 8 pm
  • NEW LOCATION - Emerald Hills Canadian Tire

 

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Local Food Producers

Concerned about chemicals, what’s IN your food and what you’re feeding your family? Then there is no better way to shop than straight from local food producers. Besides supporting your local farmers, buying your food locally makes sense for the economy, for the ultimate freshness and it’s better for the environment

Eggs

Grains & Seeds

Honey Producers

Farm fresh meat

Meat & Protein Suppliers

Produce

  • Feather & Hill Farm [Strathcona County] A CSA - you become an active participant by paying money for a share in the farm's bounty.
  • Northline Farms [Strathcona County] Fruit, veggies, flowers and herbs.
  • Pumpkin Hill Farm [Strathcona County] Seasonal veggie boxes, pumpkins and squash.
  • Signature Mushrooms [Ardrossan] Well, they sell mushrooms, of course. Totally organic.

Sweet Treats


 

Upicks and wineries strathcona county

What happens to grapes when you step on them? They wine.

Orchards, Wineries and U-Picks

Strathcona County has ‘berry’ delicious opportunities to pick your own fruit, enjoy a winery tour or even plan some events in a pretty little orchard.

  • Attracted to Apples - U-Pick apples near Fort Saskatchewan
  • Barr Estate Winery - Winery tours & tastings (by appointment) just south of Highway 14, near Sherwood Park
  • Boreal Harvest Farm - Honeyberries and U-pick Christmas trees. Just north of Highway 16, near Elk Island National Park
  • Creekside Berry Farm - U-Pick berries, just north of Greenland Garden Centre on the north side of Highway 16
  • Prairie Berry Farm - U-Pick berries, just north of Highway 14, between South Cooking Lake & Hastings Lake
  • The Berry Farm - Berries, jams and strawberry plants for sale in Colchester. Some U-Pick is available, as are seasonal products.


Didn't find what you're looking for? Try these great sites...

  • Local County. Connecting Local (Alberta) Producers with Local Buyers.
  • The Organic Box. Delivering Alberta & BC's organic products to your door.

Are we missing your business?

Basic listings are FREE for food producers in Strathcona County, Sherwood Park & Fort Saskatchewan. Page sponsorship is also available! Phone Jennifer 780-995-7394 or Email - explorestrathconacounty@gmail.com 


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