Lakeview Terrace Farmer’s Market in the middle of second year



Owned and organized by Chaz Sandifer, the Lakeview Terrace Farmers Market is in its second year. The market is at 3769 Crystal Lake Blvd in Robbinsdale and runs from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday through Sept. 23. Sandifer said she is planning a knife-off cooking competition in August.

Chris Schmidt of Heartland Heritage Farms LLC commutes from Garvin, a town three hours away from the market. Schmidt told the Sun Post he drives up the night before and stays with a friend in Bloomington. He used to sell at New Hope’s Farmers Market, but when that market didn’t announce a 2023 summer season, he moved to the Lakeview Terrace Farmer’s Market. Schmidt sells beef, lamb, pork, chicken, turkey, and eggs from the family-owned farm. Read about the their regenerative agriculture at

The stand also accepts E.B.T.

Golden Valley-based hunger organization PRISM has a booth at the market which allows people to buy tokens using E.B.T. Tokens are then used to buy food items at other market booths. PRISM then reimburses those vendors.

Go to to learn about the other ways it serves residents in Plymouth, Golden Valley, Robbinsdale, Crystal, and New Hope.

Phillip Prospers of St. Paul sells juice under a huge tent which says “Your Body Loves You.” Prospers makes a variety of refreshing and nutritious blends with carrots, strawberries, beets, sweet potatoes, apples, ginger. Go to to learn more about these tasty concoctions.

Jolene Youngblood sells clothes from her business The Golden Vibe. Check it out at

Marshay McCain sells microgreens, which are vegetables harvested much earlier than mainstream culture would say they’re ready. Vegetables like sunflowers, broccoli, radishes, and cantaloupe can be harvested after just seven or eight days. These microgreens have a lot of nutritional value and can be grown indoors. In addition to selling her produce, McCain teaches others how to grow microgreens. Go to to register for her microgreen masterclass. It will be online and in person on Sunday, July 16. Location is available after registering for the space.

There are many other things like baked treats from Honey & Rye, vegetables from Svihel Vegetable Farm in Foley near St. Cloud and floral decorations from Aletha Jean Decor. The Robbinsdale Police Department, Hennepin County Library, Three Rivers Park District, and the city of Robbinsdale staff booths as well. Go to to read the list of all vendors. Some vendors are present every week and others half of the weeks.

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