VOC's WIC program also offers nutrition support at the Holyoke Farmers' Market, pictured here.

The Chicopee Farmers’ Market gives local farmers and small vendors the opportunity to sell their fresh produce and goods to the community. Visitors can buy fresh and locally-grown products such as plants, vegetables, fruits, jams, baked goods, maple syrup, honey and herbs. Additional resources offered at the Market include free gardening advice, nutritional services and access to all VOC services. The Farmers’ Market takes place on Wednesdays from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Chicopee Street in Willimansett under the 391 overpass, and usually runs from the first week of July until the first week of September. 

VOC’s Farmers’ Market accepts SNAP benefits and USDA and WIC Farmers’ Market coupons. Participants should speak with a VOC representative at the market to use their benefits.

To become a vendor at the Chicopee Farmers' Market, please contact Kathy Cooley at
(413) 552-1545 x401.

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