The Territory Farmers Market

Open to the Public

Certain Sundays May, September and October
EVERY SUNDAY June thru August, from 8 a.m. until Noon

The Galena Territory Association Greenspace Advisory Group hosts Farmers Markets typically from Memorial Day until November. Our vendors offer a wide variety of products, including those from local farms and different art and crafts from local artisans. Explore the different organic veggies and herbs, pickles, free range and antibiotic-free meat, fresh cut flowers, jams, baked goods, and dog biscuits. Also available are hand-made lotions, soaps, and candles. Artisans display their hand-blown glass, jewelry, wreaths, hand-woven baskets, sewing, crochet, and knit items.

Farm to Table Dinner, A Fundraiser for Lend a Hand Scholarships

2019 date has not been set.
The dinner 
features fresh ingredients from Territory Farmers Market Vendors: Local Jam, Jelly, Honey, Beef, Bison, Chicken, Pork, Lamb and Summer Harvest Vegetables. Silent Auction benefits Galena Territory Foundation Education & Scholarship Fund. Live music by Farmers Market Musicians. Purchase tickets with cash or check at the GTA Owners’ Club, Monday thru Saturday or at a Territory Farmers Market.

Annual Holiday Market 

Dec. 1 from  8:30am - 3pm
Join us in the Social Hall at the Owners’ Club to welcome the Holiday Season! This year we are combining our Holiday Market with the Bi-Annual Territory Holiday Housewalk. Decorations, gift items, art, baked goods and so much more...
Farmers’ Market etiquette
1. Make sure you understand what's in season so you have the right expectations.
2. Come prepared with reusable shopping bags and small bills. You might want to bring a folding shopping cart if you anticipate a large haul. Bring small bills — farmers always appreciate not having to make change for a large bill. Especially earlier in the day.
3. Be respectful of the produce. If you're not sure about how ripe something is, ask the farmer to help you. When you see something interesting — ask the vendor what to do with it. You may discover a new favorite item or recipe.
4. Talk to the vendors. Talking to the farmers and booth workers is one of the huge benefits of the market. While being respectful of the fact that they're working, of course, you might ask where the farm is located, what sort of practices they use, etc. Many farmers are excited to talk about what they do.
5. Don’t forget to ask about pre-ordering. If you like to jam, can or pickle you can almost certainly get a deal if you arrange in advance with the farmer to buy in bulk — a flat of strawberries, a case of tomatoes or a 10-pound container of green beans, for example. And if you make jam or pickles think about sharing a jar with the farmer you bought the produce from.