Market Vendors

Tents on the East side





 Jeff Scott Farms   -Now accepts Credit Cards!


We accept WIC & FMNP checks.(Arizona's Women, Infant and Children's Nutrition Program) Keep an eye out for the



signs.  Scroll down for a list of the vegetables and produce he usually has.



Boricura Farms attends every other Saturday from Silver City New Mexico with his Puerto Rican style cooking and salsa.



  Queen Ceviche  


will be back with their delicious handmade ceviche and avocado salsa and cool drinks.  





WANDA'S KITCHEN           .                                        


While you are at the market this Saturday stop by WANDA'S KITCHEN under the produce tent for a fresh home-baked, melt-in-your-mouth SCONE.  Wanda will also have a wide variety of her yummy BREADS in 3 sizes as usual. This week's selection will be; ZUCCHINI, BANANA, , PUMPKIN, PINEAPPLE, FRESH APPLE and CORNBREAD. Back on the menu this week will be KOLACHES in APRICOT, RASPBERRY, ALMOND and PLUM. Don't forget to take home one of Wanda's delicious southern style pies; you can choose from a 9" pie or a mini pie or one of her signature PECAN or CRANBERRY-PECAN pies. A special treat this week will be SPINACH PIE. Come by for a taste.  For special orders e-mail Wanda at       This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  



Jeff Scott Farms  

Pesticide-free produce and fruit:









Green onions
Green, red, & yellow peppers
Green beans
Pea pods

Sugar snap peas  

organic dried beans- baby lima beans  



Cochise Family Farms


is now attending the Market with their fresh locally grown pesticide free fruit and vegetables and they can also accept FMNP checks.  Picture coming soon.



Southwest Bee Supply 


with raw honey.  Raw honey is a great natural remedy for allegies, especially with all of the beautiful flowers blooming this time of year.

 Julia's Tortillas

Julia will be back with her delicious handmade tortillas. 

Adventure Coffee Roasting


Adventure Coffee Roasting
Delicious fresh roasted coffee by the cup and pound.    

Vendors & Artisans Inside the Barn   



Susie Blue Shoes Gift Emporium- stall #1-

Susie Blue Shoes  

Watches, bracelets, wind chimes & yard art, cowgirl hats and much more!


Hand Maid n Tucson - stall #2-  


HandMaid-n Tucson    


Unique designs of totes, clutches, pouches and table runners hand woven using those single-use plastic bags from grocery stores, shops and even bags newspapers are delivered in, each piece with its' own story.  You'll experience a little déjà vu when you see how beautiful this fabric turns out and you start to recognize your local shop bags.  Make a statement with a reused, recycled, reclaimed and re-purposed bag of beauty, practicality and durability beyond their materials original purpose.  Also available are gorgeous clutches woven from old VHS movie tape. Perfect for date night, gifts, special occasion or because they are just plain cool!

Leave the dull world of mass produced behind for something truly unique and inspired.


BEK Monkey in stall #3-

She has a huge array of amazing children's gifts from aprons to purses! 
 Come check out her new spot! 


Unusuals stall #4- Jerry and Louise have set up outside under the Artisans Tent
for years, now they are moving into stall #4 in the barn.

 Hand crafted and handmade beaded jewelery and more!


Laguna's Forged Ironwork's- stall #5 -

Nick Laguna  re

will be here with his handcrafted security doors, wall art and furniture.    


Thunder Bay Inlay stall #6-   


Finely Crafted Custom Woodwork, Unique Southwest Desert Designs including tables and coats racks and more.  Treasures to last a lifetime.


 Katie Flettre- Art in the Desert- stall #7-






featuring 'Teapot Lamps' and other decorative items for your own home or for gifts.   



Rock's Don't Blink Photography- Powers Limited, LLC Photography stall #11 -  


Explore the Great Outdoors With These Exceptional Landscapes    



HG Designs- stall #12

Helen Gewald

One-of-a-kind jewelry creations.  She has a design for every occasion, fun and playful or dressy.



Pet Wants stall #13-  

Fresh, high quality pet food and treats.  Everything your pet could want.  They also have a 10% discount if you pick up at the Barn or they offer FREE local deliver. 







Too Crafty Sisters- Stall #14

Shirley Chase's Stall


Past II Present Crafts- stall#15-


Jennifer's handcrocheted creations, baby blankets, diffuser jewelry and customized embroidery and more!



Marcia Sanford with Cover UP Creations- stall #-16  



Dog coats, Embroidered creations including book covers, vests, denium jackets, kleenex box covers, hand towels, kids clothing, baseball caps, adult dribble bibs,casserole covers/ carriers and much, much, more!  She does do specialty orders, just ask. She also has ipad covers!  

Steve's Southwest Art- Stall #17





Stall 18- Udderly Natural-





Garnet Myers
Art by Garnet Myers
Local teaching and exibiting artist 520 8865825 , Garnet is a local artist who has lived in the southwest all his life, growing up in a western lifestyle . The lifestyle has become a passion in his art. I paint in oil, watercolor, acrylic and mixed mediums, and I teach mixed medium art from beginning basics to tricks and techniques to advanced artist . I am curently exibiting mixed media on Arizona sandstone . My favorite subjects are southwest design, however I enjoy pet portraiture , Harley Davidson portraiture, House portraiture and commissions . As I display my work all over the southwest , my homebase show is the Rincon Valley Farmers Market on Saturdays . Please feel free to contact me @ 520 8865825 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it    


Susan's Pins and Herbs    


 with her all natural skin care products and magnetic badge holders.

  Come see these vendors and more this Saturday!


The Rincon Valley Farmers & Artisans Market is a project of the non-profit Rincon Institute. The Rincon Institute's mission is to protect the natural resources of the Rincon Mountain District of Saguaro National Park, the Rincon Valley and the Cienega Corridor. 


Where to Find Us


We are located in and around the big green and white barn at 12500 E. Old Spanish Trail (about 4 miles East of Saguaro National Park East and two miles west of Camino Loma Alta on Old Spanish Trail).

Click Here to Get Driving Directions  

For safety's sake please park behind the Barn!

Look for our free ice water to refill your water bottles.

We are open RAIN or SHINE every Saturday. 

Help support our local farmers and artisans and grow our community by shopping at the Rincon Valley Farmers & Artisans Market this year! 

Who We Are

The Rincon Valley Farmers & Artisans Market is a project of the Rincon Institute, a non-profit conservation organization that works to integrate community and conservation. The Rincon Institute's mission is to protect the natural resources of the Rincon Mountain District of Saguaro National Park, the Rincon Valley and the Cienega Corridor. The Market helps maintain the rural character of the Rincon Valley while supporting local artisans and farmers which makes it a natural fit for a conservation organization like the Rincon Institute. For more information about the Rincon Institute, you can visit our website at  You can find upcoming events, vendor information and more at

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A Rincon Institute Project that also benefits the Vail School District. 
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