Muldoon Farmers Market will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Saturday this summer from June 24 through September 23, 2016, at Begich Middle School, 7440 Creekside Center Drive.
Muldoon Farmers Market is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run, community-based effort to create a quality farmers market by the mountains in East Anchorage, Alaska.
The organizers are volunteers from the Northeast, Russian Jack and Scenic Foothills community councils who see a need for a place to buy Alaska grown, caught, and made produce, food, arts and crafts. It is strictly a non-profit effort.
Alaska Grown or Caught: Alaska grown agricultural and seafood products are the highest priority for the limited number of booth spaces. This includes professional producers as well as local folks who just want to sell starts, plants or produce on a one-time-only basis.
Locally Baked or Cooked: Locally baked or cooked goods are allowed, but only on a “to-go” basis. We will be very selective of these items, so that we do not compete against local restaurants and bakeries. To meet Municipality of Anchorage Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) food- handling regulations, these foods must be prepared in an a DHHS-approved kitchen. MOA Food Safety webpage.
Locally Made Arts & Crafts: Next in priority will be high quality, locally-made arts and crafts.
With few agricultural products in the market in June, expect more arts and crafts early in the season, and fewer later in the summer when produce is at its peak level of production.