Farmer's market

Hot food has purpose

Vendors at the Queen’s Farmer’s Market were notified last month that a new policy prohibits the sale of hot food. It’s a decision that has negative consequences on vendors and risks the market’s future prosperity.Continue...

Farm-to-table dining

Eating farm-to-table means building a relationship with food that you don’t get with processed or take-out options.Continue...

The price of local produce

Every Wednesday the farmer’s market sets up shop between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. in front of Stauffer Library, giving students unique access to locally grown produce. During the summer season, the...Continue...

Market expands on campus

The first farmer’s market at Queen’s was held five years ago outside Stauffer Library with eight vendors. This year, the market has 20.Continue...