Browse locally grown produce, snacks, drinks, and more from the region’s farmers and makers.
Making it as a farmer when you’re working with one of the shortest growing seasons in the country may require even more skill than dropping into Corbet’s Couloir. Despite only about 60 continuous frost-free days a year, local farmers, dairies, and ranchers grow and produce enough to supply two weekly farmers markets (Wednesday afternoons/evenings and Saturday mornings from late June until late September). Both are as much about shopping for what’s in season as they are social events, with live music and plenty of options for dinner or brunch.
Slow Food in the Tetons has a year-round online market selling local, regional, and seasonal foodstuffs including greens, beans, cheese, Skyr, eggs, beef, lamb, pork, and prepared meals. See what’s currently available.