Caldwell is home to Idaho’s most diverse crop base, and we are proud of our roots, literally! For generations families have produced award-winning fruits, vegetables, grains and spices. Get the freshest produce to create excellent meals at home or find the perfect gift from local craftsmen or specialty food producers.

Programs

Senior Produce Program

The Caldwell Farmers Market Senior Produce Program is an initiative designed to empower and nourish our local seniors while fostering community engagement. Supported by generous donors and managed by the Caldwell Health Coalition, this program offers eligible seniors aged 60 and above an opportunity to receive $8 per household to spend at the market.

We invite seniors in our community to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to support your health and well-being while enjoying the vibrant atmosphere of the Caldwell Farmers Market. Together, let’s cultivate a healthier, more resilient community for generations to come.

 

SNAP EBT Matching

One of the unique aspects of the Caldwell County Farmers Market is that it offers a Double Up Bucks program, which matches SNAP/EBT benefits up to $10 per market day. This helps low-income families access fresh, healthy foods.

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps, helps low-income families buy the food they need in order to stay healthy. Eligible SNAP recipients receive an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card, which is used like a debit card at participating grocery stores and farmers markets.

Partners

Special Thanks to our partners that make this market possible.

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Since being founded in 2012, Lit&Co. Candles has been providing high quality, small-batch natural soy candles and home fragrance to those seeking something a little different. Unique, true-to-life scents and attractive, simple packaging come together to create beautiful candles and home fragrance.
A restored 1914 guest house in the heart of hop country, Hops & Pine Guest House is a charming starting point for you to begin exploring local breweries and farms. Offering overnight stays, outdoor events, and a beautiful property fitting all your needs, visit Hops & Pine to jumpstart your next adventure!
Working closely with tree service companies to reclaim trees that are being removed, River Valley Woodworks helps clients to create unique pieces for homes and offices. As a family-owned business, River Valley Woodworks specializes in live edge slabs and reclaimed wood, all which are harvested within a 50-mile radius of their shop.
The Goat Yard is the perfect destination to unleash your inner goat-whisperer! Offering sunset goat yoga, paint nights, birthdays, and so much more, this goat farm and event venue has unique opportunities for all ages to spend some time outside and meet some new furry friends.
Built in 1931, the Red Rock House is one of the oldest homes in Marsing, Idaho and offers a cozy space to kick up your feet while exploring the AgVenture Trail. The Red Rock House is a two bedroom, one bathroom countryside getaway, offering stunning views of the surrounding mountain landscape.
Your one-stop shop for a cup of coffee, a warm sandwich, and trendy Idaho gifts. OC Coffee Shop has a multitude of delicious delights and is ready to give you a breath of fresh brew along the AgVenture Trail.
A bakery where everything is made from scratch, just like the chef's grandmas did it. At Rose Hill, we use as many locally sourced, high quality ingredients as possible. My hope is that you feel the love that goes in to everything single thing that I make at Rose Hill.
A storefront selling both coffee and leather goods, Bond & Bevel prides itself in their unyielding quality. No shortcuts, no compromises. Stop on by to peruse their hand-designed, handmade goods and grab a drink!
Offering a quaint and unique tasting experience, we are the perfect way to enjoy a tasting of what Idaho has to offer in a small intimate setting. We even offer a small local brewery to taste. All wines and beer are available to purchase by the bottle to take home.
Offering a beautiful collection of vintage home and garden decor, furniture, and industrial finds. Come discover vintage, salvaged, and handcrafted items.
More than your average pottery shop! They also carry classical Mexican art and clothing like ponchos, blankets, and sarape. You can even find authentic Lupita dolls.
Trendy Baby Mocc Shop provides a high-quality soft-sole moccasins for newborns, crawlers, and toddlers.  Each shoe is hand-cut and sewn within my home using the best materials and multiple layers to ensure stability and durability.  These moccasins are perfect for new walkers, as the softer sole allows them to grip their toes to the floor and maintain better balance rather than clunky, heavy shoes. You’ll find more than shoes at this one-of-kind shop such as Bibdanas and clothing.

How to get here

FAQ

 While dogs on leashes are allowed at the farmer’s market and surrounding walkways, pets (including dogs) are not allowed on Indian Creek Plaza except for licensed service pets. [A service dog is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability]

 

Here is a link to the vendor guidelines. Please read and then apply through our vendor portal: Vendor Guidelines & Signup 

The use of credit or debit cards is at the discretion of each vendor and their choice of POS system. Most vendors accept cash. 

Yes, feel free to bring your own reusable bags. Additionally, check out the info booth for first-come, first-serve cotton-branded reusable totes or purchase one of our premium cooler totes. 

Follow us on our Farm-to-Fork Farmers’ Market Facebook Page or on our Instagram page. 

The city has recently placed parking meters around the Caldwell central business district. Refer to the map for updated paid and non-parking areas within the Caldwell downtown district. 

You can check out our Destination Caldwell Agventure Page for more information on how to further connect with local farmers and vendors. Additionally, visit the Idaho Preferred website to learn more about local farm-to-fork farms and vendors. 

 “Farm to fork” refers to the direct journey of food from the farm to the consumer’s table, emphasizing freshness, quality, and sustainability while minimizing environmental impact. 

Downtown Caldwell, on 7th and Arthur Street, every Tuesday from May 14 to September 24 (2024). 

Supporting the “Farm to Fork” initiative promotes sustainable and transparent food systems, ensures fresher, higher-quality produce, and reduces environmental impact and food waste. 

 Buying locally sourced food offers fresher produce, supports the local economy, reduces environmental impact, and fosters community connections with local farmers and producers. 

  • Farm Produce (honey, milk, fresh produce, local meat) 
  • Specialty Foods (baked goods, spices, teas, jerky, jam and jellies, olive oils) 
  • Artisan and Crafts Wares 
  • Ready to Eat Food & Beverages 
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