Minnesota’s farmers markets will be open soon. But they’re going to look different
24 Apr 2020
For many Minnesotans, a Saturday at the farmers market, with foods, friends and family is one of the simple joys of summer.
But those markets will look different this year. They have remained open, deemed essential businesses under Gov. Tim Walz’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order. Although it’s unclear what restrictions on business and gathering will be in place as markets gear up for a busy summer, Twin Cities farmers markets are making plans to keep vendors and customers safe.