Teller County Farmers Market Association, (TCFMA) is a 501(c)3 organization which provides a forum for sales of local produce and items associated with agriculture, garden & food. The association, formed in 1990, is operated by volunteers and administered by a Board of Directors. It is co-sponsored by the CSU Extension Service and Rocky Mountain Farmers Union. It oversees two markets: Woodland Park Farmers' Market (Summer) and Woodland Park Winter Market. MISSION: to enhance the quality of life for Teller County residents and visitors by providing access to safe and affordable produce and other food, promoting agricultural land use through a direct market for growers, encouraging organic and pesticide-free growing techniques, and fostering health and well-being through community education The summer market has been a lively and hugely popular part of Teller County life since 1991.
The Summer Market is in Memorial Park and on Henrietta Avenue and Center Street.
Summer season starts first Friday in June, and goes all through September.
Fridays, 8am - 1pm
Winter Market is indoors, at the Ute Pass Cultural Center, monthly on occasional Saturdays
Holiday Market in December, then two Spring Markets April & May 9am - 1pm.