The Larimer County Community Corrections Farmers’ Market is back this fall and open every Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., just south of Prospect and east of Timberline Rd at 2255 Midpoint Drive in Ft. Collins.

The Farmers’ Market is run by clients in the intensive residential drug and alcohol treatment program. Community Corrections clients grow, harvest, and sell garden-fresh vegetables, herbs, and berries at their stand. The farmer’s market is open every week until the produce runs out.

The Community Corrections Farmers’ Market Produce

  • basil
  • chives
  • cilantro
  • cucumbers
  • dill
  • garlic
  • green beans
  • green peppers
  • hot peppers
  • jalapeno peppers
  • onion
  • pumpkin
  • raspberries
  • strawberries
  • summer squash
  • tomatoes
  • winter squash
  • zucchini

The market takes cash and checks, but not credit cards.

Donations for construction came from community businesses as well as County surplus and recycled County building materials. Bath Garden Center donated plants and supplies for the program.