Pullman Farmer’s Market

If you are looking for a place to find high-quality, locally-grown food and products in Pullman, Washington, then look no further than the Pullman Farmer’s Market. Not only will you find affordably priced items grown locally, but you can also connect with local farmers and producers.

Pullman Farmer’s Market lasts from mid-May to mid-October, occurring every Wednesday from 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM, and it takes place outdoors in the sunshine, assuming that the weather is good. In the Wintertime, Pullman Farmer’s Market is every third Saturday of the month from November to April from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, and it is indoors.

Each season of Pullman Farmer’s Market takes place at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center at 150 E Spring St. The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center is a beautiful building featuring large concrete letters of “WSU” in front of it and is located just before the entrance to WSU campus, right before you go through the heart of town.

The Brelsford WSU Visitor Center is a place to find information about Washington State University, with the history of WSU literally written on the wall. At Brelsford Visitor Center, you can find a place to purchase many WSU-related merchandise, even the famous Cougar Gold Cheese, the unique cheese made a few blocks away at Ferdinand’s on the WSU Campus, and it comes in a can. You can also buy locally owned wines that are “made by Cougs for Cougs.” In short, Brelsford WSU Visitor is the perfect place for the Pullman Farmer’s Market as it is the heart of both WSU and Pullman, WA.

The Pullman Farmers Market has partnered with Backyard Harvest to accept SNAP/EBT benefits, and many of the market’s vendors also accept WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) checks. Examples of products that you will find at Pullman Farmer’s Market include farm fresh eggs, locally grown apples, peaches, blackberries, and all kinds of produce. There are also all kinds of meat, cheese/dairy, and all kinds of locally sourced baked goods.

In addition to all the products that a market visitor can find at the Pullman Farmer’s Market, there are often some great performers, sponsored by WSECU. So not only are you getting a unique shopping experience, you are also getting some great local entertainment in the background as well. 

Pullman Farmer’s Market was founded about 15 years ago, and it recently celebrated it’s anniversary on May 17, 2023. At the time of this writing, Pullman Farmers Market is seeking more farmers selling fresh agricultural products to join the vendor lineup. It is a great place for an entry-level market for those who are new to farming, and it is a good place to get in touch with new customers from the area. If you want to apply to Pullman Farmer’s Market, simply fill out a vendor’s application on the website.

Pullman Farmer’s Market supports local non-profits and reserves one to two spaces per market day as a venue for these organizations to share information with customers free of charge. Priority is given to groups that are providing educational information in any form.