Eat Local Week Utah, is a community-wide celebration of the harvest and those who labor to produce it. The week long event promotes local agriculture and the preservation of Utah’s agricultural heritage, and brings people together around the food they eat. This is a great opportunity to support our local purveyors while enjoying delicious foods and events.
Eat Local Week events include the following:
Saturday, September 9th
Taste of the Market & Perfectly Wild Produce Contest
Downtown Farmers Market, 8 am-2 pm
Saturday, September 9th
Wasatch Community Gardens Annual Tomato Sandwich Party
Grateful Tomato Garden, 11 am-2 pm
Saturday, September 9th
Taste of Harmons Rooftop Party
Harmons City Creek, 6-10 pm
Monday, September 11th
Free “Food Chains” Film Screening. Proceeds benefit Comunidades Unidas.
Pre-Party at 6 pm (Pago), Screening at 7 pm (Tower Theater)
Tuesday, September 12th
Quickle (Quick Pickle) at the Tuesday Farmers Market
Pioneer Park, 4 pm
Tuesday, September 12th
Starting and Maintaining a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Enterprise
Youth Garden Project, Moab, 1-5 pm
Wednesday, September 13th
Free “Food Chains” Film Screening in Spanish, followed by panel discussion with Jorge Fierro of Rico Brand
Sorenson Unity Center, 855 W California Ave, 7-9 pm
Wednesday, September 13th
Taste of the Sugar House Farmers Market
Fairmont Park, 5 pm
Thursday, September 14th
Farm to Table Dinner
USU Botanical Center, Kaysville, 6-7 pm
Friday, September 15th
Taste of the Liberty Park Farmers Market
Liberty Park, 4 pm
Saturday, September 16th
Fermentation Festival at the Downtown Farmers Market sponsored by Catalyst Magazine
Pioneer Park, 9 am-1pm

Eat Local Week is a partnership between the Downtown Farmers Market, Urban Food Connections of Utah, Wasatch Community Gardens, and Slow Food Utah.
Courtesy of Nick Como