Welcome to the

Carlton County Farmers Market

The Cloquet Farmers Market is open Saturdays, 9 a.m. to noon

Premiere Theatres, Hwy 33 South

The Carlton Market is open Tuesdays, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

New location! McFarland Park, Hwy 210 & Grand St.

Meet our Vendors

Most of us sell from our farms and homes in addition to the Farmers' Market. Check each vendor's entry for contact information.

Boreal Craft Co blends craft, comfort, and sustainability to create goods for the body and home. Offering handcrafted small batch soap, knit goods for the home, and knit commissions.

Elizabeth and Stephen Naglak

Sourdough and yeasted breads including Meadowlands Sourdough, Honey Wheat & Rustic Wheat, Polish Cottage Rye, Oatmeal Sesame, Cranberry Wild Rice.

Pastries including regular and chocolate croissants and Danish.

Also selling for porchside pick-up.

Ricky Polzin

218 380 5807

Homemade cookies, sweet breads, granola & trail mix, jams and jellies, popcorn, candy pops and syrups at Tuesday's Carlton Market.

Debra Davis

218 389-6787

Canned goods: jams, jellies, pickles, relishes, syrups

Crocheted scrubbies and dish cloths.

Farm Sol is a small market garden in Saginaw, MN that focuses on growing chemical-free and nutrient dense produce. We are interested in compost, soil building, and nutrient cycling, and carbon capture through no-till gardening and regenerative grazing techniques. Farm Sol grows a variety of vegetables for CSA and markets and raises pasture-fed eggs and lamb.

Gilby's Acre

Carolyn and Richard Gilbertson

Leave message at 218 879-3026

Handmade rag rugs and place mats

Cookies, dairy-free quick breads, nut clusters, fudge, caramels, jams.

Granholm Farms

Elisabeth Granholm

Garden produce, beaded earrings, paracord bracelets, children's book, paintings

Mike Guite, Mike's Apiaries, Fruit and Vegetable Farm

Honey and produce.

Gail Olson, Cloquet Market Manager


Heavenly Acres

Mike Little, CCFM Board President

218 879-8294

Transplants and produce.

Rodney Lind

Call or text 218-428-5438

Rye, cardamom, cinnamon raisin breads; caramel, caramel nut and cinnamon rolls, caramel apples.

Ken and Ruth Jorgenson

Ken is the Carlton Market Manager

Specializing in asparagus, shiitake mushrooms, blueberries, and corn in season; also carrots, cucumbers, peas, peppers, tomatoes and more. Jams, jellies and pickles.

Lonnie Mullenix and Cathy Port

Specialty breads and scones at the Tuesday Carlton market.

Victoria & Ben Heintzman

We sell homegrown fresh cut dahlia flower bouquets, hand picked for you!

Cloquet market late August to early October

Northland Flowers Facebook

Ryan Osvold


Hard neck garlic, pie pumpkins, decorative gourds.

Darla Van Heerde

218 310-1501

Honey and beeswax products, preserves, produce.

Garden Nursery: vegetable and perennial plants.

Rob and Lori Gamble

Beef, lamb, chicken, eggs, produce shares, produce and wool products.

Kylea Lott

Homemade salt scrubs, lotions, lip balms,

air fresheners, bath soaks

Goat milk soap and lotions at the Tuesday Carlton market

Email Razzy

612 810 6248

Garden signs and art, mobiles, sculptures, painted stones, plaques, kitchen textiles


Ceramic tiles, bowls, mugs, butter keepers, African violet pots, glass candle holders and vases, books

Terry Sharkey

218 428 9832


Snowberry Bakery on Facebook

Baking up gluten and dairy free breads, cinnamon rolls, pulla, and more. Also several GF/Vegan, Keto, Paleo and AIP bakery items. All are baked in a dedicated gluten free kitchen.

Catherine Conover

Stones Throw Farm on Facebook

218 269-9094

A wide variety of certified organic produce and fresh cut flowers.

Paige Leedom

Nut-free and vegan cookies, cake pops, granola and breads.

H: (218) 729 6988.

Cell or text: (651) 271 4603

Email: raw5659@gmail.com

Homemade scones: seasonal flavors and local favorites

Syrups, jams/jellies, caramels

if you have questions or comments about the market, or if you're interested in becoming a vendor.

You can find more information and updates on the Carlton County Farmers' Market Facebook page.