Lincoln University Farmers' Market

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Our Mission

The mission of the Lincoln University Farmers’ Market (LUFM) is to provide an open and accessible meeting place that creates a sense of community. The market brings together families, neighbors, visitors, local food producers, and artisans. It provides locally produced food, encourages social gathering, and enhances the quality of life; it also educates LU students and strengthens the local economy.

Market Hours

  • 8:30 am – 11:30 am, Saturdays (Summer)
  • 9:00 am – 10:00 am, Saturdays-every two weeks (Winter)

Our market season:

Summer Market (Outdoor): April to October (every Saturday) 

Winter Market(Indoor): November to March (Saturday, every two weeks)

We believe that there is value in the operation of a thriving community market.  Trading locally produced products of superior quality at a fair price promotes the well-being of local farmers, artisans and the community as a whole.

We are located at LU  Dickinson Research Building (parking lot), 1219 Chestnut Street, at the corner of Chestnut Street and Leslie Boulevard, Jefferson City, MO 65101. For more information please contact Isabel Jacome at

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  1. Ted Fry says:

    Am interested in vending vegatabels and fruit. Need information


  2. Kellie Terry says:

    I am quite interested in becoming a vendor for your market. We have a small farm in southern Callaway county and we produce some vegetables, rabbit meat, free range eggs, duck eggs, non frankenchicken chicken, duck, turkey to order as well as goose. We also produce quality baked goods with as many organic ingredients as we can source or grow ourselves. We do special orders of sugar free, no sugar added as well as gluten free.

    My name in Kellie Terry and we are Possum Hollow Farms, right now we do the market in Fulton and do pretty well. Anywho, here is my email address and I look forward to hearing from someone with your market.


  3. Caleb says:

    I am interested in being a vendor and was wondering if I could get a application?

  4. Bernice H Decker says:

    I am wondering if it is possible to have an information booth at the Lincoln Farmer’s Market. I am a member of Jefferson City Area Indivisible. We are a politically active group and would like to provide information pertaining to climate change, environmental concerns, health care, and the like. We do not sell any products but would like to have the opportunity to meet with people and provide information. If this is possible, what is the cost and what do I need to do? I doubt that we would be present every week, but would like to be there on occasion.

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