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The Proctor Farmers' Market works to provide the community with fresh, locally grown farm products while providing area growers with a venue for their crops and products. In addition we seek to educate the public about the importance of local agriculture, sustainable business and the impact we have on the environment. Bringing people together at the Farmers Market helps promote a greater sense of community, serves as an educational forum, and helps encourage local business development.
The Proctor Farmers' Market’s Mission is:
All Proctor Farmers' Market Board Meetings begin with the Land Acknowledgement shown below:
Click the links below for more information on:
The Puyallup Tribe of Indians
The Puyallup Tribal Language Program
Click here for complete details on our BIPOC Mentorship Program
Why isn’t Proctor Farmers’ Market part of the Tacoma Farmers Markets?
We get asked this question a lot.
Proctor and Broadway (downtown) both began in the 1990s. In 2007, Proctor Farmers’ Market joined the Broadway Market in The Federation of Tacoma Farmers Markets to work on promoting farmers’ market culture in Tacoma. The Broadway Farmers’ Market, with help from the Proctor Farmers’ Market, opened the 6th Ave Market in 2008. Proctor, Broadway, and 6th Ave continued to work together on issues that affected all farmers’ markets in the area.
The Broadway Market decided to re-structure itself into a managing body for farmers’ markets in Tacoma, and renamed its organization: Tacoma Farmers Markets. The Proctor Farmers’ Market maintains its independence and continues to make an effort to collaborate with all of the other farmers’ markets in our area.
Why is it important that the Proctor Farmers’ Market maintain its independence?
We are a uniquely structured market for our area. We have a majority-farmer board, with the rest of the board made up of dedicated community members. This committed board helps the Proctor Farmers’ Market stay true to its mission to support local farmers, while educating our visitors, and building community.
How does the Proctor Farmers' Market support local farmers?
We support our farmers by keeping our fees as low as possible and supporting our vendors so that they can serve market customers. You may notice that we are a farmer and food-focused market, not an artisan/craft market. That's intentional, and aligns with our Mission to support local farmers.
Thank you for your interest in the Proctor Farmers' Market!
2522 North Proctor Street
North 27th and Proctor Streets
Tacoma, WA 98407
(google map is below)
March 26-December 16, 2023
9am-2pm every Saturday
Second Saturday of January, February, March 2024
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The Proctor Farmers' Market is a 501(c)6 Non-Profit Organization