Cariboo Chilcotin Coast
The geographic heart of the province, this region spans from the west coast to the historic Gold Rush region. Strong, vibrant communities rooted in farming—working together to provide their communities with fresh local food.
City of Vancouver
Ten farmers’ markets within 145 square miles—each is a vibrant neighbourhood gathering boasting a wonderful variety of locally grown food, homemade treats and art, and local musicians.
The Fraser River sustains life for most communities in south west BC. With some of the worlds best farmland, this region’s farmers provide a steady stream of food: berries, peppers, artisan cheeses and dairies, fresh meats, eggs and more.
Kootenay Rockies & Columbia Basin
The southeastern corner of BC is renowned for its orchards, pasture and farmland—it’s a hub for fresh local food and farming.
Nineteen markets keep the produce flowing from Lions Bay to Maple Ridge to White Rock and many places in between. These markets are fixtures in their communities—offering the abundance of farm produce from the Fraser Valley and across the province.
Each farmers’ market is a reflection of its location, offering unique products from birch syrup and haskap berries, to candied salmon, and wild mushrooms. From misty Haida Gwaii, to the Skeena River, volcanic valleys, glacial lakes and snowy mountains—enjoy the view of each market you visit.
Sea To Sky
Explore a wide variety of fruits, veggies, meat and baked goodies at these farmers’ markets nestled in friendly communities alongside alpine mountain ranges. Fuel up on fresh local food before an epic hike or ski trip—or stock up for a picnic amongst snow capped peaks.
Decade old farmers’ & artisan markets enrich the culture of this sunny mainland coastline. Pick up some garden-fresh produce and locally raised meats from seaside farms, and take home treasures forged, sculpted, carved or painted from the largest community of artists in the province.
Famous for its orchards of cherries, peaches, apples—and vineyards—the farms here are bursting with food. With vast grasslands, rolling hills, glacier-fed lakes, and Canada’s only desert, this region’s markets stretch from Clearwater nestled beside the world famous Wells Gray Provincial Park , all the way to Osoyoos near the US border.
Vancouver Island & Gulf Islands
Ease into island time and enjoy the abundance of food and drink made possible by the mild climate across this region. Find ultra local fruit, veggies, fresh dairy, mushrooms, and honey as well as wine, cider and mead. Enjoy fresh foods from the land and Salish Sea with an ocean breeze at your back.