|Early years of the Minneapolis Farmer's Market|
|Minneapolis Farmer's market|
In 1937 the Central City Farmers Market was established in its present location off Lyndale Avenue, just north of downtown Minneapolis.
The market was restructured in 1971 as farmers took over the administration. A resurgence of the flagging farmer's market begin in the 1980s with the addition of Hmong farmers.
|Signs above food stalls indicating vendors|
A local farmer who presented to the group shared concern about the future of farming. She noted that the average US farmer is 58 years old.
|Young vendors at the Farmer's Market|