FarmersâTM Markets
Middle Tennessee continues to add more farmersâTM markets to both our urban and rural communities. Many of these markets have even become year-round. If your communityâTMs farmersâTM market closes at the end of the regular growing season, maybe one of the online markets can help you through the winter. Buy fresh! Buy local! *SNAP logo
Bradley County
Thursday 3-6 p.m.
The 2017 season will open on Thursday, June 15, and operate until Thursday, August 31. Great parking and easy access make this a great location to find your locally grown food products. Artists and music will complete the festival atmosphere. Contact: Sharon Marr, 423-479-1000,

Saturday 6 a.m.-noon
On Saturday mornings from June through October, join farmers at the Cannon County Arts Center. Certified farmers and food producers gather to sell local produce and fruits, jams and jellies, baked goods and some fresh plants. The market runs rain or shine, although it often runs until the farmers sell out. Contact: Bruce Steelman, 615-563-2554
Riverbluff Park
Saturday 4-7 p.m.
The market brings together local farmers, artisans, organizations and the public. The market is open every Saturday evening during the summer. A fall market featuring pumpkins and fall produce will take place on Saturday mornings beginning September 16, and run through the end of October. Contact: Sandy Cannon, 615-792-4211 x228,
Saturday 8 a.m.-noon
Our market is open every Saturday through the end of September to producer vendors and artisans that produce products here in the state of Tennessee. Contact: John Lawless, 615-952-2110 x15,
Saturday 6 a.m.-noon
Open seasonally, weather permitting. The market is producer-operated and has 22 open-air booths that sell locally grown produce directly from the farmer. Contact: Lucy Deal, 931-728-7624
Thursday 4-5:30 p.m.
Our online farmersâTM market sells local farm products year-round, including fresh fruits and vegetables, country eggs, naturally raised meats, artisan baked goods, beautiful garden and houseplants, herb plants, specialty cut flowers, dairy products, micro-greens, mushrooms, jams and jellies, local honey, soaps and lotions, and more. Contact: Linda Reed, 931-273-9708,
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 5:30 a.m.-noon We are a group of farmers and gardeners organized together to sell our fresh local produce. Contact: Jennifer Bruce, 931-788-2607,
Summer: Thursday 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Winter: Thursday 3:30-4:30 p.m.
The year-round market provides the greater Crossville, Tennessee area with locally raised produce, meats, fruits, dairy, baked goods and more. We have both an online farmersâTM market, and a physical farmersâTM market at the pickup location. Contact: Steve Colvin, 888-865-8329,
Tuesdays 3:30-6:30 p.m.
Open through the end of October, the market is a producers-only market that features all local produce, meat, dairy and value-added items. Farmers are both organic and conventional, and offerings also include baked goods, gourmet dog snacks, pasta, local honey and more. Contact: Mary Self, Sunday 1-3 p.m.
This market, serving West and North Nashville, is a collective of different produce from farms around Tennessee. The community will be able to request items they want a week a head and those items will be picked up and ready for them on Sunday afternoon; or, customers can shop the old-fashioned way. Contact: Stephanie, 615-605-0517, Sunday Noon-3 p.m.
Historic Amqui Station, the train station Johnny Cash saved, is producing a producers-only farmersâTM market open through Sunday, August 31. Fruit, veggies, cheese, jams, tortillas, empanadas and more. Contact: Rick Pharris, 615-714-3749 or 615-891-1154
Wednesday 3:30-7 p.m.
This is a producers-only market open through the end of October. In addition to farm-fresh produce, local farmers will be selling their organically raised meats, milk, eggs, cheeses, honey and flowers. The family-oriented market also includes music, chef demonstrations and community outreach events. Contact: Leah Benjamin, 615-474-2633,
451 Hogan Rd.
Thursday 4:30-7:00 p.m.
The market is open every Thursday through August 31 and features local produce and artisan products. Contact: Mandy Hodgson, Wednesday 4-6 p.m.
We are NashvilleâTMs first and oldest online vegetable ordering system, providing a year-long, 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. Contact: Tally May, 931-623-0631,
Thursday 3:30-6:30 p.m.
We are an open-air market that carries local and organically raised meat, a full line of produce, fruit, eggs and honey. There are also baked goods, canned items, jams, flowers and plants. Contact: Cheryl Zech, 615-440-7360,
2730 Lebanon Rd. (Ace parking lot)
Friday 4-7 p.m.
The market runs every Friday in the heart of Donelson. This is a producers-only market, with fresh, local produce, meats, poultry, cheese, breads and much more. Each market includes artisan vendors, musical entertainment. Contact: Frank Trew, 615-696-9447,
Winter market hours (January-April): Check website Winning Best of NashvilleâTMs farmersâTM market category 13 years in a row, NFM has been in operation since 1828, and is the only farmersâTM market in the area open seven days a week. The NFM features a nationally recognized food hall, a full garden center, an international market and two open-air farm sheds filled with local and regional farmers, food artisans, makers, bakers and flea merchants. Contact: Rebecah Boynton, 615-880-2001,
Medical Center Plaza
2211 Garland Ave.
Thursday 3-6 p.m.
Now a year-long market, the Nashville FarmersâTM Market (NFM) at Vanderbilt brings together many local farmers and food-artisans at this producers-only seasonal market. You'll find seasonal produce, honey, bread, cheese, milks, artisanal specialties such as granola, fresh juice, salsas and more. Contact: Jackie Contreras, 615-880-2001,
Saturday 9 a.m.-noon
This is a year-round market serving West Nashville and Sylvan Park, featuring local food and artisan producers. Contact: Leah Benjamin, Antioch
Monday 4:00-7:00 p.m.
This local market in the Antioch area of Nashville connects local products with local customers on the beautiful campus of the Southeast community center. Products are all handmade, homemade, and homegrown. We always welcome new vendors, customers and volunteers. Contact: Kimberly, market organizer, 615-582-6655
Friday 3:30-7:30 p.m.
The Bellevue FarmersâTM Market is located in the heart of Bellevue at the Red Caboose Park. It will run weekly on Friday nights through October. The park has restrooms and a large playground for the kids to enjoy while you shop. Contact: Jeremy Blount, 615-593-5172,
Saturday 6 a.m.-1 p.m.
Open to all Tennessee producers, the market is open through November. Find locally grown produce, artisan crafts, baked goods and smoked meat. Contact: Eddy Ray, 615-597-6340
Wednesday, Saturday 8 a.m.-noon
Our producer-only market is open on Saturdays year-round. We are also open on Wednesdays during peak produce season. Local food products include seasonal freshly grown and handpicked vegetables and fruits, as well as farm-raised beef, pork, chicken and eggs. Contact: Vickie Witcher, 615-446-2788,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 6 a.m.-noon This is an open-air market running April through October. During the high season, the market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Seasonal vegetables, berries, spring plants, honey and handcrafted items. It is a producers-only market. Contact: John Ferrell,, 931-967-2741
39 Ball Park Rd.
Tuesday 4:30-6 p.m.
We are an online farmersâTM market and food hub connecting people in the Sewanee area with locally grown foods ranging from produce to meat, eggs, baked goods and dairy. Contact: Jess Wilson, 931-808-3004,
Saturday 6 a.m. until everything is gone Open every Saturday morning from 6 a.m. until everything is gone, April through end of October, on the south side of the courthouse in downtown Pulaski. The market farmers sell locally grown fruits and vegetables with occasional baked goods. Contact: Chamber of Commerce, 931-424-4044
Tuesday, Saturday 8 a.m.-noon
The market features spring plants, local produce, baked goods and handcrafts on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7 a.m. to noon. Open through the end of October, the marketâTMs vendors grow and make their own products. Contact: Troy Dugger, AgExt, 931-729-2404
Wednesday 3:30-6:30 p.m.
Open every Wednesday through the end of September. In addition to farm-fresh produce, berries and fruit, we also have local honey, fresh eggs, goat milk soaps and lotions, flowers and other wonderful local products. Contact: Willene Keith, 615-268-2685,
Friday 3-7 p.m.
Our group of farmers and local volunteers are coming together to provide fresh produce, farm-fresh eggs, baked goodies and canned foods, to name a few. Flowers and plants will be available. Contact: 931-622-8872
Contact: Cynthia Zeitz, 931-268-9437,
Opening for the summer season, this vendor-operated market features local vegetables, fruits and some homemade items from June to October. Contact: Macon County Chamber of Commerce, 615-666-5885
520 Lafayette Rd.
Red Boiling Springs
Saturday 8 a.m.-noon
Featuring only locally grown agriculture products. There is a $10 vendor fee. Contact: 678-787-0935
4029 Nashville Hwy.
Saturday 7 a.m.-noon
Opening Saturday, June 24, our farmersâTM market is an effort to connect park visitors to the homestead history of the park and to offer park visitors and the local community an avenue for healthy, locally grown produce. Shop and enjoy fruits, vegetables, native wildflowers, and honey from local vendors through Saturday, October 7. Contact: Mark Matzkiw, 931-364-7724,
Friday 6 a.m.-noon
Come out and help support your local small farmers and your local economy. ThereâTMs nothing like fresh produce, plants and other hand-grown and homemade items. Contact: Lynn Kouba, 931-359-1279,
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7 a.m.-noon Columbia takes full advantage of surrounding farms and features vendors selling honey, jams, eggs, handcrafted items, cut flowers, baked goods, live plants, herbs, locally raised meats and, of course, lots of local produce sold directly from the farmer. Contact: Columbia Main Street, 931-388-3647,
Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Not only are there farm-fresh foods to purchase but there is also fun for the family. Enjoy the petting zoo and live entertainment each week. Contact: Krystal Turner, Saturday 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Approximately 70 vendors are on hand to offer local fresh produce, baked goods, home decor, seasonal flowers and more. The market also features local artists and musicians and is open through Saturday, October 14. Contact: Channel Lemon, 931-645-7476,
Friday 3-6 p.m.
We are a small but growing market with a surprising variety of goods. We are open in the Moorehead Pavilion in Wiseman Park in downtown Lynchburg. Contact: Larry Moorehead, County Director, 931-759-7163
Thursday 3:30-6:30 p.m.
Our focus is to host a fresh market bringing local growers and artisans to the community while providing high quality, natural products. Contact: LaDonna Hix, 931-403-2825,
Monday-Sunday 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
Open through Tuesday, October 31. Each day farmers bring into the market a plentiful supply of freshly grown vegetables and fruits. Contact: Darius Sims, 931-823-1269
Cookeville Saturday 8 a.m.-noon
We are a year-round, all-natural producers-only market. You will find all locally grown produce, meats, eggs, cheese, flowers, milk shares and soaps, as well as other artisan products such as roasted coffee, vinegars, body products and baked goods. Contact: Deborah Wolfe, 931-858-8406,
Monday-Sunday 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
Open every day during the season thru October for local farmers to sell to the public. 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: Jessica, 931-526-9591
Monday-Saturday (Wednesday and Saturday being the best days) 7 a.m.-5 p.m. The open-air market promotes both local home growers and crafters of handmade, homemade products. Contact: Julie Bohannon, 931-839-2111,
Saturday 8:30 a.m.-noon
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: Miranda Head, 615-573-2401,
Tuesday 3-7 p.m.
We are open for business every Tuesday from 3-7 p.m. beginning Tuesday, June 6, through Tuesday, September 26. Contact: Rachel Heggen, 615-793-6295,
Public Square
Saturday 8 a.m.-noon
Main Street Saturday Market in downtown Murfreesboro is a weekly farmersâTM market on the square. Real farmers, real food, real community. Open through the fall as long as the season lasts. Contact: Kathleen Herzog, 615-895-1887,
Murfreesboro Tuesday, Friday 7 a.m.-noon
The market supports producer-only farming operations, while also ensuring the availability of fresh produce and other farm products to members of the Rutherford County community, through the end of October. Contact: Anthony Tuggle, 615-898-7710,
We are a year-round farmersâTM market. Customers place their orders Sunday and Monday and pick them up on Wednesday. Our farmers/producers are located in the Middle Tennessee region and sell baked and processed foods, meat, poultry, eggs, dairy, honey, herbs, fruits, vegetables, cut flowers and skincare products. Contact: Ashleigh Newnes/Tracey Burks, 931-952-1224,
Contact: Ronnie Bussell, 615-489-2524
The market offers Tennessee-grown products, including produce, flowers and herbs, through mid-October. Contact: 615-452-5692
300 Indian Lake Blvd.
Saturday 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Local Middle Tennessee farmers set up with a wide array of seasonal vegetables, fruits, honey, dairy and flowers, and organic and naturally raised produce including eggs, beef, chicken and pork through the end of September. Contact: Cheryl Puryear, 615-838-8238,
Wednesday 3:30-7:00 p.m.
Through the end of August, the market offers items such as vegetables and fruits, herbs, flowers, honey, maple syrup, jams and jellies, mushrooms, juice, cider and soap. Contact: 615-672-4350, x2112, Wednesday and Saturday, 6:00 a.m.-noon
The market operates through the end of October and is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays through the end of the season. Contact: Mary Cantrell, manager, 931-235-1542
Third Friday each month 4-7 p.m.
A fun, vibrant, musical downtown evening event where neighbors can enjoy a market with locally grown produce, poultry and meats; we also feature vendors of locally made soaps, honey, breads, wood and leather crafts, and a beer garden. Contact: 615-477-8801, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, 7 a.m.-noon Just south of the courthouse in downtown Sparta, Whites County farmers gather on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays mornings. The open-air market is frequented by local farmers from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Contact: Scott Swoape, 931-836-3348
Tuesdays 4-7 p.m.
Located in south Franklin, the Berry Farms community is a new, mixed-use development filled with shops, restaurants, homes and now a community, producers-only farmersâTM market where you will find everything from local produce, meats, milk and baked goods, to craft items and more. Contact: Kasi Haire, 931-284-9295,
Check website for winter hours.
Our year-round producers-only market has the largest assembly of Tennessee farmers providing organics, seasonal produce, grass-fed beef, chicken, pork, lamb and bison, with more than 12 vegetable and meat CSA programs. Farm-grown plants, herbs, local artisans, prepared foods, food trucks and music with eight food-related family events and festivals. Contact: Amy Tavalin, Saturday 8:00 a.m.-noon
We have partnered with to expand the Nolensville FarmersâTM Market Winter Market to Nolensville, November-April. Our physical market, located at the Historic Nolensville School is every Saturday through October from 8 a.m. until noon. Contact: Kasi Daniels, 931-284-9295,
Homestead Manor
Contact: Steven Bailey, Lebanon
Contact: Debbie Jesson, , 615-443-2839
Tuesday and Thursday, 3-7 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Local farmers are at Charlie Daniels Park on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday through the end of October. Contact: CJ Kiekens, Mt. Juliet City Hall, 615-758-6522,