Farmers' Markets

The following is a list of Middle Tennessee farmers' markets opening in the spring. For more information on individual markets and product offerings, please visit and click on the farm guide. We do our best to make sure the following information is up-to-date and correct.

Coffee County

Coffee County Farmers' Market 225 East Main St.
Saturday 6 a.m.-noon

The market opens the first Saturday in May, is producer-operated and has 22 open-air booths that sell locally grown produce and fruit.

Contact: Lucy Deal, 931-728-7624

Tullahoma Locally Grown Market First Christian Church Annex
201 NW Atlantic St.
Thursday 4-6 p.m.

Our mission is to provide a dependable means of supplying the highest quality local farm products and locally produced foods. We are an online farmers' market where you can order from your home or office on Monday and Tuesday and pick up your order on Thursday.

Contact: Risa Brown,

Cumberland County

Cumberland Sustainable Farmers' Market Adam Colvin

We provide the greater Crossville area with locally raised produce, meats, fruits, dairy, baked goods and more. We have both an online farmersÂ’' market, and a physical farmers' market at the pickup location.

Davidson County

12 South Farmers' Market Sevier Park
3000 Granny White Pike
Tuesdays 3:30-6:30 p.m.

The market opens Tuesday, May 5, and is a producer-only market that features all-local produce, meat, dairy and value-added items. Farmers will be both organic and conventional; items also include baked goods, gourmet dog snacks, pasta, local honey and more.

Contact: Mary Self,

Amqui Station Farmers' Market 301B Madison Street
Sunday Noon-3 p.m.

Historic Amqui Station, the train station Johnny Cash saved, is hosting a producers-only farmers' market. Enjoy the covered market with air-conditioned restrooms, opening Sunday, May 3. Fruit, veggies, cheese, jams, tortillas, empanadas and more.

Contact: Nancy Van Reece, 615-891-1154,

Country Crossroads Market 6974 Old Hickory Blvd.
Whites Creek
Second Saturday every month 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Throughout the growing season, the market is held the second Saturday of every month, rain or shine, kicking off on Saturday, May 9. Mutts welcome.

Contact: Nikkole Turner, 615-598-7389,

East Nashville Farmers' Market Shelby Park The Greenway
1900 Davidson St.
Wednesday 3:30-7 p.m.

This producers-only market kicks off the season on Wednesday, May 6, at the Greenway in Shelby Park. You'll find all locally grown, mostly organic, seasonal produce. In addition to farm-fresh produce, local farmers will be selling their organically raised meats, milk, eggs, cheeses, honey and flowers.

Contact: Maggie Odle, 617-719-6025,

Fresh Harvest LLC 3514 Gray Lane
Thompson Station
Wednesday 4-6 p.m.

We provide a flexible alternative to the traditional CSA model. We feature only local and organically grown produce, meats and eggs, as well as artisan products and baked goods. Our pick-ups are at Trinity Presbyterian Church on Hillsboro Road in Green Hills.

Contact: Tally May, 931-623-0631,

Goodlettsville Farmers' Market Goodlettsville Church of Christ
411 South Main St.
Thursday 3:30-6:30 p.m.

An open-air seasonal farmers' market, it opens Thursday, May 21, bringing together local farmers, organizations and artisans with their made-in-Tennessee artisan items and handcrafted items.

Contact: Cheryl Zech, 615-440-7360,

Hip Donelson Community Farmers' Market 2730 Lebanon Rd.
Friday 4-7 p.m.

The market opens Friday, May 8, and runs every Friday. This is a producerÂ’s-only market, with fresh, local produce, meats, poultry, cheese, breads and much more.

Contact: Frank Drew, 615-473-0600,

Nashville Farmers' Market 900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.
Monday-Sunday 8 a.m.-6 p.m., with varying merchant hours

Nashville Farmers' Market (NFM) is a year-round home to farmers, food artisans, restauranteurs, crafters and merchants offering a wide range of items. NFM is also home to more than 16 restaurants and shops. NFM's Grow Local Kitchen offers classes for all skill levels and ages, hosts "pop-up" restaurants, special events and other kitchen rental opportunities throughout the year. Contact: Tasha Kennard, 615-880-2001,

West End Farmers' Market at Vine Street 4101 Harding Pike
Nashville Saturday 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Food, farmers and artisan crafts. Come meet your farmers and have locally grown produce and goods at West Nashville's premier farmers' market. The season opens Saturday, May 9.

Contact: Hank Delvin, 617-719-6025

Dickson County

Dickson County Farmers' Market 284 Cowan Road
Dickson Wednesday, Saturday - opens at 8 a.m.

Opening in May, our fresh vegetables, fruit, honey, sorghum, jams, jellies, breads, meats, flowers, plants and crafts are produced and crafted exclusively in Dickson and the contiguous counties.

Contact: Vickie Witcher, UT Ext-Dickson County, 615-446-2788,

Franklin County

Rooted Here – The South Cumberland Farmers' Market and Food Hub 39 Ball Park Rd.
Tuesday 5-7 p.m.

We are an online farmers' market and food hub that connects people in the Sewanee area with locally grown foods ranging from produce to meat, eggs, baked goods and dairy. Customers can order through the online market for pick-up in Sewanee by visiting Contact: Jess Wilson, 931-808-3004

Franklin County Farmers' Market
Dinah Shore Blvd.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday - 6:30 a.m.-noon

Located in Winchester along the main street, the market this year moves one block closer to the square under a covered pavilion on Dinah Shore Blvd. It is an open-air market opening the third Saturday in April.

Contact: Cathy Sanders, 931-967-3902

Giles County

Giles County Farmers' Market
1 Public Square
Courthouse Square
Saturday 6 a.m.

Beginning in March, open every Saturday morning from 6 a.m. ‘until everything is gone. Located on the south side of the courthouse in downtown Pulaski. Farmers sell locally grown fruits and vegetables, with occasional baked goods.

Contact: Chamber of Commerce, 931-424-4044,

Hickman County

Centerville Farmers' Market
Riverfront Park Pavilion
Hwy 100
Tuesday, Friday 7 a.m.- noon

The market features spring plants, local produce, baked goods and handcrafts. The market's vendors grow and make their own products; many of the crafts are made using locally sourced materials, as well.

Contact: Troy Dugger, AgExt, 931-729-2404

Lawrence County

Lawrence County Farmers' Market
Corner of Mahr Ave. and Taylor St.
Monday-Saturday 6 a.m.-noon

The market carries locally grown produce, baked goods, novelties and plants from a variety of farmers, resellers and vendors. The market opens in April.

Contact: Dewey Keener, 931-762-5926.

Macon County

Red Boiling Springs Community Farmers' Market 520 Lafayette Rd.
Red Boiling Springs
Saturdays 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Selling Barefoot Farmer's produce, as well as other local producers.

Contact: 678-787-0935

Montgomery County

Clarksville Downtown Farmers' Market One Public Square
Saturday 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

When the Downtown Market opens in May, approximately 60 vendors will be on hand to offer local fresh produce, baked goods, home décor, seasonal flowers and more.

Contact: Robert Rayburn, 931-645-7476,

Putnam County

Cookeville Farmers' Market
Monday-Sunday 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

The Downtown Center Pavilion opens in late May. Vendors sell locally grown produce and some baked goods in the open-air shelter area. Farmers are all certified through the local UT Extension office.

Contact: Rick Woods or Janice Myers, 931-520-5285

The Cookeville Downtown Green Market
Saturday 8 a.m.-noon

Opening Saturday, April 4, the Green Market provides the finest quality fruits, vegetables, flowers, meats and value-added products, as well as extraordinary offerings from the arts and music. Call for info on the new location.

Contact: 931-267-9242

Robertson County

Springfield/Robertson County Farmers' Market 4635 Hwy 41 North
Robertson County Fairgrounds
Springfield Saturday 8:30 a.m.-noon

The 2015 season opens Saturday, May 2. We offer a venue for farmers in Robertson County to reach the public with the food products they grow and raise. All of the products offered for sale at the market must be grown or raised in Robertson County by the farmer selling it at the market.

Contact: Paul Hart, 615-384-2476,

Rutherford County

Rutherford County Farmers' Market Community Center.
Lane AgriPark, 315 John R. Rice Blvd.
Tuesday, Friday 7 a.m.-noon

Opening day for the market is Friday, May 8. The producer-only market celebrates its 40th anniversary of ensuring the availability of fresh produce and other farm products to members of the Rutherford County community.

Contact: Janie Becker, 615-898-7710,

Stones River Farmers' Market 2250 Rock Springs Midland Rd.

We are a year-round online farmers market customers can join anytime. Orders are placed Sunday and Monday, and pick-ups are on Wednesday in Murfreesboro and Thursday in Nashville and Christiana. Our farmers/producers are located in the Middle Tennessee region and sell a variety of fresh and processed foods.

Contact: John Erdmann, 615-848-8942,

Smith County

Smith County Farmers' Market
Ronnie Bussell
155 Gordonsville Hwy
Ag Expo Park
South Carthage
Monday – Saturday

The covered pavilion is open to local farmers only.

Contact: Ronnie Bussell, 615-735-9193

Sumner County

Gallatin Farmers' Market 160 W. Franklin St.
Gallatin Police Department
Gallatin Wednesday 3-6 p.m.
Saturday 7 a.m.-2 p.m.

Opening the first Saturday in April, the Gallatin FarmerÂ’s' Market offers Tennessee-grown products, including produce, flowers and herbs.

Contact: Greater Gallatin, 615-452-5692.

Hendersonville Farmers' Market The Streets of Indian Lake
300 Indian Lake Blvd.
Saturday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

We are open every Saturday, beginning May 23, at the mall plaza. Farm vendors sell a wide variety of in-season produce (some organic) including locally grown fruits, vegetables  herbs, honey and flowers. Local farm-raised pork, poultry and eggs are also available.

Contact: Cheryl Puryear, 615-838-8238

Warren County

Warren County Farmers' Market
100 Market St.
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 6 a.m.-noon

The market will open on Saturday, April 5, and take place on Saturdays only until May. The first week of May, the market will be open on Wednesday and Saturday mornings.

Contact: Mary Cantrell, 931-668-4068 or 931-607-3446,

Williamson County

Franklin Farmers' Market
230 Franklin Rd.
(Behind the Factory)
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Winter hours through April, Saturday 9 a.m.-noon Summer hours, starting in May, Saturday 8 a.m.-1 p.m. We provide one of the largest assemblies of Tennessee farmers in the state. A large selection of organics, grass-fed beef, produce, fruits, dairy, baked goods and flowers from local Tennessee farms. Many of our farmers offer CSA programs. Our local artisans bring to market some of the most unique handcrafted creations found anywhere.

Contact:  Deb Grant, Manager,, 615-305-5007

Nolensville Farmers' Market 7149 Nolensville Rd.
Nolensville Saturday 8:30-12:30 p.m.

Opening Saturday, May 2, for the 2015 season, the market offers plenty of fresh, local produce and products.

Contact: Kasi Daniels,

Wilson County

Lebanon Farmers' Market
4195 Maple St.

Open-air, seasonal market with covered pavilion from sunup to sundown, open year-round.

Contact: 615-443-2839