From misty Haida Gwaii, to the Skeena River, volcanic valleys, glacial lakes and snowy mountains—enjoy the view of each market you visit.
Each farmers’ market is a reflection of its location, offering unique products from birch syrup and haskap berries, to candied salmon, and wild mushrooms. Visit the 12 farmers’ markets in the region, and while you’re there, fill up your bag with freshly harvested greens, flavourful preserves, heritage grains, and fresh baked bread.
This vast region of Northern British Columbia extends up to the Yukon/Alaska border with sweeping glaciated valleys, volcanic rock formations, towering mountain ranges and mist-shrouded coast. Northern BC is also home to the ancient Great Bear Rainforest, and the Haida Gwaii archipelago.
What’s in Season in Northern BC
Did you know that beet leaves were actually historically consumed before the roots? A perfect addition to juices and salads, this vibrant vegetable is rich in antioxidants, folate, fibre, and manganese. Roast them for extra sweetness or pair with balsamic vinegar for a more balanced taste!
What's fresh in this region?Storage/dried/frozen – apples, beets, carrots, mushrooms, onions, parsnip, potatoes, rutabaga
Featured Market Profile
Family fun at the market in the park. The Vanderhoof Farmers’ Market brings a plethora of local, homegrown food to the green grass of Ferland Park every Thursday morning from July through September. Some of the province’s most popular food producers bring fresh honey, coffee, baked goods, vegetables, and local meats to this family-friendly market,…