Mount Vernon Farmer’s Market is accepting food stamps!

18835609_1395198403895765_2463750261257817789_nThis morning we talked with Sabrina Schirtzinger and Tammy Ruhl about the Mount Vernon Farmer’s Market. Sabrina and Tammy are in charge of organizing the local foods and connecting people through the farmer’s market and other resources. They gave us all the details for 2017 market.

Listen to our conversation with Sabrina and Tammy for more information about using Ohio Direction Cards/SNAP/Food Stamps at the market, HERE!

In our conversation, we highlighted a new program at the market for Knox County community members. The Ohio Direction Card (also known as SNAP, food assistance, or Food Stamps) are now accepted at the Mount Vernon Farmer’s Market. The Get Healthy Knox County Coalition hopes to provide access to healthy foods to all residents of Knox County.

For more information about the Get Healthy Knox County Coalition, click HERE.

The Mount Vernon Farmer’s Market is open the first Saturday of May through the last Saturday of October from 9 a.m. to noon.

 

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