Market in the Valley

September 26th

The Market in the Valley is an organization that strives to support and build community. It was created to provide local vendors with a space for them all to sell their goods and donate items throughout different seasons to nonprofit organizations such as PRISM. PRISM is trying to work toward one goal: empowering people within our neighborhoods to live healthy, stable lives.

The way that policy affects our communities is not always clear. For example, food assistance programs and school lunches are impacted by local decisions about what foods will be available for those who need them most. Similarly with farmers markets – if you live in one place where there’s a well-funded public market but no access to fresh produce elsewhere, it may influence which options become more accessible for the population when shopping outside their homes or neighborhoods.

Nonprofits are often engaged in developing and implementing public policy to promote an informed, healthy society. They do this by engaging their communities through positive media attention or outreach programs that raise awareness for organizations’ mission statements among those who might not know about them already. They work closely on initiatives like education for low-income households on topics such as how genes play into health risks associated with obesity levels caused mainly due to poor diet choices during childhood.

Nonprofits are forms of civil society that have the power to make a positive impact on our world through their work with policy. Ideas from outside government or public interaction also shape policies and create new ones for us all too often go unnoticed because we don’t pay close attention until something happens that changes those processes forever!

Implementing public policy is a complicated process that involves three steps: interpretation, organization, and application. Once the rules have been developed, they’re assigned to an individual or group for carrying out their goals in the real world by translating those guidelines into useful resources.

The League Of Women Voters is a Non-Partisan organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Learn more at Market in the Valley this weekend.

The farmers market is where people come to support the community and where we all must work together to ensure public policy continues to shape a future for all of us.

Vendors at the Market this Week

Here’s a list of the businesses at the market:

Beck’s Elk River Greenhouse LLC

Svihel Vegetable Farm

Lor Produce

Yang’s Fresh Flowers and Produce

Bao Yang Vegetables

2JCK Organic Produce

The Farm of Minnesota

Crepe & Cake

Deep Roots Concessions


Rusch Farms

Wisconsin Cheese Outlet


Poplolli: Pastry and Confections

Diana’s Handmade Gifts

Heaven Scent Soaps

Great Harvest Bread Co.

MarkE 3rd St Produce

Schyma’s Pickles & Preserves

Early Boots Farm

Pampered Chef

R & R Cultivation

Cindy Lou’s Jam & Plants

Dale’s Delicious Eggs

Talking Loon Foods

Elena’s Cute Creations

Totally Twisted

Caribbean Heat

Sarahgirl Soaps

Cheryl’s Nut Butters

Kinney Mini Farms

Three Mad Poppers



Daddy Sam’s


MN Fresh Fuel

Wonder Paper Art

Invincible Summer

Renewal by Andersen – Twin Cities

D$’s Bakes

A Kopp Music


Master Gardeners

League of Women Voters of Minnesota

City of Golden Valley