We proudly accept the Michigan Bridge/SNAP Card. To use your card at the Boyne City Farmers Market, stop by the market booth and we will provide tokens in the amount you choose. Use the tokens at any participating vendor for eligible items. Tokens do not expire and can be used at your next market visit, but are only valid at the market where you purchased them.
Eligible items include:
Fruits and vegetables
Meat, poultry, and fish
Breads and cereals
Other foods (snack foods, non-alcoholic beverages, and seeds and plants) which produces food for the household.
Hot prepared food at the market is NOT eligible.
Double Up Food Bucks is a year-round program at Boyne City Farmers Market. The program is funded through the Fair Food Network and aims to help low-income families acquire Michigan-grown fresh fruits and vegetables while supporting local farmers and our local economy. For every dollar you spend on your Bridge Card, the Double Up Food Bucks program will automatically double your money, up to $10 per market day, to spend on fresh fruits and vegetables! If you have a Bridge Card you can receive $20 of fresh vegetables and fruits each week all year.
WIC Project FRESH is a program that makes fresh produce available to low-income, nutritionally-at-risk consumers, through Michigan farmers’ markets. Women and children, up to age 5, (excluding infants) currently enrolled in the WIC program can get coupons for fresh fruits and vegetables. This project helps women who are either pregnant or breastfeeding meet their special nutritional needs.
The Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program, known as Senior Project FRESH/Market FRESH in Michigan, provides older adults who qualify with unprocessed, Michigan-grown products from authorized farmers markets and roadside stands throughout Michigan.