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BCFM Mission

Our mission is to support, promote and expand local agriculture, making fresh products accessible to our community and strengthening relationships between local food producers and food consumers.

Open Positions at Boulder County Farmers Markets

Boulder County Farmers Markets is actively working to transform access to nutritious food in our community. Through various programs such as Double Up Food Bucks, WIC vouchers, Veggie Bucks for childcare centers, and more we are ensuring that all members of our community can enjoy locally grown fruits and vegetables.

We want to invite you to consider joining the Food Access Advisory Board. As a member, you will help inform and guide Double Up Food Bucks in Colorado. You are a good fit for the advisory board if you are:

  • Using at least one of our farmers market food access programs
  • Able to commit to monthly meetings the second Thursday of each month, from 10 am – 11 am
  • Connected and engaged in your community, and you can speak as a representative
  • Invested in the growth of these programs

The Advisory Team will serve to share ideas and advise on decisions being made

regarding our food access programs at the market. We are eager to partner with individuals and organizations who can help shape our thinking about food access in Boulder County, and grow our programs over time.

If you are interested in joining the Food Access Advisory Board please fill out this form to apply. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

At the Boulder County Farmers Markets we are passionate about the amazing people in our community who grow our food. Our work is dedicated to supporting these local farmers and ranchers and connecting them with their community. We know food is the center of life and good food is the center of a good life.

Volunteer to be at the Boulder Farmers Market to educate other WIC and SNAP recipients on how to use their benefits. You will receive $10 in Market Bucks for every hour you volunteer. Volunteers are supervised by the onsite BCFM Food Access Coordinator.

Some of the things you’ll do:

  • Directly engage with food access customers – providing a welcoming environment and answering questions
  • Provide guidance to food access customers on how they can use their benefits at the market
  • Lead market tours
  • Hand out samples of produce
  • Work with Food Access Coordinator
  • Help put up or take down food access signage

What you need to get started:

  • Positive attitude and great people skills
  • Willingness to share your own experience at market using SNAP, DUFB, and/or WIC
  • Desire to be help others and highlight the benefits of shopping at the market
  • Ability to work positively with entire BCFM team
  • Take direction well
  • Willingness to pitch in and help the rest of the market team, if needed
  • Be available to work for at least 2 hours on Wednesdays 4pm-8pm or Saturdays 8am- 2pm

To request interest, email [email protected]