The state of affairs regarding COVID-19 are changing daily, and the market will adapt as needed. We have been identifying ways to keep everyone safe while remaining an essential source for farm fresh local food. The Richland Farmers Market is approved to open June 5th by Benton Franklin Health Department.
The Richland Farmers’ Market offers a huge variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, and baked goods. Discover local wines, spirits, and artisans. Dine on a tasty lunch and enjoy live music.
We have grown to be the favorite farmers’ market in Richland and weekly community event in the Tri Cities.
The Richland Farmers’ Market is run by a non-profit organization, the Richland Parkway Improvement Association. It is largely dependent on volunteer efforts. We are committed to capital improvements in The Parkway.
The iconic tree sculpture is centrally located in The Parkway at the Lee Blvd roundabout. Catch a glimpse of the branches spining in the wind, or leaves glowing at night.
Constructed and designed by sculptor CJ Rench.
Located on the north end of The Parkway, the statue’s namesake, Bodie, was a certified Delta Therapy Dog well known and loved in the Parkway.
Artist Tom McClelland was commissioned by Market at the Parkway, with the assistance of the City of Richland, and Columbia Center Rotary.
A gated, fish themed, fence protects visitors along George Washington Way by enhancing the safety of the open air space of the farmers‘ market.
Market funded, with the assistance of the City of Richland.
Located at the roundabout on Lee Blvd and The Parkway in Richland, WA.
Lee Blvd, Richland, Washington 99352
Kathy Hanson, Market Manager: (509) 539-7229
June through October
The Richland Farmers’ Market is operated by the Richland Parkway Improvement Association.