Johnson City Farmer’s Market to Sell Produce Locally Sourced within 150 Mile Radius for the First Time Ever this Year
This year a new and exciting element has been added to the Johnson City Farmers Market. All produce will for the first time be officially sourced within a 150 mile radius of the Tri-Cities.
This stems from a change in the Board of Directors and them firming up the mandate on local growers. The most impactful changes come in the form of new bylaws that require at least 75 percent of produce grown and sold to come from within 100 miles.
Before the new changes farmers only had to grown half of what they sold at market, while the other half could come from outside sources.
Vendor applications are still available except for craft and valued based vendors. For more info follow the Johnson City Farmers Market on Facebook.