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New Roots of Utah

Purpose:

New Roots seeks to build a healthier community through the development of small scale, urban farms and community gardens while increasing food access for refugees in Salt Lake City. 

Salt Lake County’s Office of Community Innovation (now the Office for New Americans and Refugees) was instrumental in providing vision, leadership and investment in the creation of New Roots.  Salt Lake County continues to play a supporting role to our partner the IRC in the implementation of the program.  

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New Roots Utah

The Sunnyvale Farmers Market operates every Saturday, 11am-2:00pm, from June to October at Sunnyvale Park, 4013 South 700 West, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84123. Each week, you will find free lunch for kids, a food pantry, locally grown produce, local honey vendor and more! Arrive early, as the produce tends to sell out by 2pm. 

There are two New Roots Farmers Markets on Wednesdays. Take a look at which location is most convenient for you!

 

New Roots Farmers Market at Central Park

Wednesday | 4pm-6:30pm | Jul 8–Oct 7, 2020

Central Park 2797 S. 200 E., South Salt Lake

 

New Roots Farmers Market at the IRC

Wednesday | 4pm-6:30pm | Jul 8–Oct 7, 2020

221 S 400 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

 

All New Roots farmers markets offer a 1-to-1 incentive match to customers eligible to receive EBT/SNAP up to $30. When a customer spends $30 at the market they receive an additional $30 for free, in the form of tokens that can be spent at the market, for a total of $60 in purchasing power!