Alison Meyer Photography

Alison Meyer Photography at the Moscow Farmers Market

I will not be at The Moscow Farmers Market on Sept 19. The Market is now open to all vendors, using a "safe distancing" protocol, which includes a masking requirement (by order of the City of Moscow), and booths arranged to encourage maximum spacing between people. I will be at some of the remaining markets, though not all of them, due to considerations related to COVID-19. I greatly appreciate your understanding and support for my work on this website, at the local shops that carry my photography, and at the Farmers Market.

The Motor-In Moscow Farmers Market offers an option for you to place online orders from some Farmers Market vendors for items to be picked up at City Hall on Saturdays. I have chosen so far to not participate in the Motor-In Market, since you can order from my website and you may choose the "deferred shipping" option, which means you will not be charged shipping and we can arrange for pick up of your order at the Farmers Market or elsewhere in the area. Stay well!

Alison's market booth has hundreds of photographs printed on note cards, canvas, photo paper, tile, metal, and more. Books, calendars, and post cards.
Alison's photos may be custom ordered printed on your choice of substrates, including paper, canvas, and metal. (Alison's husband Jim will NOT make silly faces everytime a customer picks up an order!)


For over 40 years, the Moscow Farmers Market has connected local farmers, cooks, and crafters with customers who value fresh food, handmade goods, and supporting the regional economy.




Alison's photography booth is located on Main Street in front of Bloom, at the corner of Friendship Square.


Over 60 vendors sell locally-grown produce, handcrafted goods, home-made foods, and more in booths lining both sides of Main Street through downtown Moscow, Idaho.

Live music, food demonstrations and other activities fill the market hours from 8 am - 1 pm, every Saturday from the first Saturday in May through the last Saturday in October.




Fresh fruit, vegetables, plants, cheese, eggs, jams, baked goods, and other prepared foods fill the booths lining Main Street in downtown Moscow.


Mexican, Indian, Egyptian, Chinese, and other yummy foods are often found at the Moscow Farmers Market.



Shopping the Farmers Market is a great way to get to know the people who grow your food and to ask questions about how your food is produced.
Woodwork, knitted and handsewn items, ceramics, and glasswork are just some of the fine crafts at the Moscow Farmers Market.
A full wagon of goodies!


The Moscow Farmers Market is family friendly, often offering activities and performances for kids and adults.








Live performances of music and dance fill Friendship Square every Saturday at the Market.



It's a great way to spend a day with friends and family!