New co-managers to run this year’s Decorah Farmers Market

The Decorah Farmers Market welcomes its new co-managers, Mike Coffey and Imani Cornelius. The farmers market season will be underway beginning May 1. (submitted)

Imani Cornelius and Mike Coffey will take over this upcoming season as co-managers of the Decorah Farmers Market. The duo learned how to run the Decorah Farmers Market as the former manager’s volunteers in previous years. The Farmers Market in Decorah is 49 years old. The market’s golden anniversary will be in 2025. 

A press release said the Decorah Farmers Market Board of Directors is celebrating resilience by hiring Cornelius and Coffey. “Having two co-managers will help ensure coverage over the entire season,” the release said. “Two minds from different generations solving problems should help create effective solutions for the future of the market.” 

The Decorah Farmers Market has helped more than 50 small local businesses and farms grow and succeed over the years, according to market information. The market offers a variety of goods and produce from eggs, honey, maple syrup, fruits, vegetables, meats, pickled and baked products. Shoppers can also find many kinds of artisan products and craft items. 

Look for the Decorah Farmers Market to open Wednesday, May 1. On Saturdays, the market will run from 9 a.m. to noon. Find more information at visitdecorah.com/farmers-market/.

Submit A Comment

Fill out the form to submit a comment. All comments require approval by our staff before it is displayed on the website.

Subscribe
Notify of
0 Comment
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments