Old Woolen Mill 445 Church St. SE Cleveland www.mainstreetcleveland.com Thursday 3-6 p.m., June 13-through frost Great parking, easy access, good visibility and flat surfaces for table setup make this a great location. Along with locally grown food products, artists and music complete the festival atmosphere at the market. Contact: Sharon Marr, (423) 479-1000, mainstreet@clevelandtn.org ---------------------------------------- Cannon County ======================================= Cannon County Farmersâ€TM Market Cannon County Arts Center 1424 John Bragg Hwy. Woodbury Saturday 6 a.m.-noon, June-October Join farmers on Saturday mornings 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, and often runs until the farmers sell out. Contact: Bruce Steelman, (615) 563-2554 ---------------------------------------- Cheatham County ======================================= Ashland City Farmersâ€TM and Artisan Market Cheatham County Courthouse 100 Public Square Ashland City www.facebook.com/ACFarmMarket Saturday 4-7 p.m., May-August The market includes several local farms offering vegetables, fruits, eggs and grass-fed/antibiotic-free meats, along with handmade artisanal baked goods, body products, jewelry and crafts. Contact: Troy Hinke, marketmgr@ashlandcitytn.gov ---------------------------------------- Kingston Springs Farmersâ€TM Market Downtown Kingston Springs 428 North Main St. Kingston Springs ksfarmersmarket.org Saturday 9 a.m.-noon, June-September 28 Kingston Springs, a small but vibrant town known as the “Heart of the Harpeth,” sits along the bluffs of the Harpeth River. The market is held in the historic downtown area, where you can shop, eat, listen to live music or just enjoy the day. Contact: John Lawless, (615) 952-2110, citymanager@kingstonspring-tn.gov ---------------------------------------- Coffee County ======================================= Coffee County Farmersâ€TM Market Fort St. Manchester www.facebook.com/Coffee-County-Farmers-Market Saturday 6 a.m.-noon
The Coffee County Farmersâ€TM Market opens the first Saturday in May and is open seasonally, weather permitting. The market is producer-operated and has 22 open-air booths that sell locally grown produce directly from the farmer. ---------------------------------------- Middle Tennessee Locally Grown Market www.manchester.locallygrown.net Thursday 4-5:30 p.m., Manchester Friday 4-5:00 p.m., Tullahoma
Our online farmersâ€TM 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, special handmade gifts, dairy products, micro-greens, mushrooms, jams and jellies, holiday decorations, grains and milled products, candles, local honey, pet food, soaps and lotions and more. Pick-ups of orders in Manchester are on Thursdays and Tullahoma pick-ups are on Fridays. Contact: Linda Reed, (931) 273-9708, tnhomeschooler@yahoo.com ---------------------------------------- Cumberland County ======================================= Cumberland County Farmersâ€TM Market www.facebook.com/CumberlandTNFarmers/ 1398 Livingston Rd. Crossville Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 6 a.m.-noon, May-October Fairfield Glade Wednesday 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
We are a group of farmers and gardeners organized together to sell our fresh local produce. ---------------------------------------- Davidson County ======================================= 12 South Farmersâ€TM Market Sevier Park 3000 Granny White Pike Nashville Tuesday 3:30-6:30 p.m., May-October The market is a producer-only market that features all local produce, meat, dairy and value-added items. Farmers will be both organic and conventional, with additional offerings including baked goods, gourmet dog snacks, pasta, local honey and more. Contact: mark@12southfarmersmarket.com ---------------------------------------- Amqui Station Farmersâ€TM Market 303 Madison St. Madison www.amquistation.org Sunday Noon-2 p.m., May-October Historic Amqui Station, the train station Johnny Cash saved, presents a producers-only farmersâ€TM market. Enjoy the covered market offering fruits, veggies, cheese, jams, tortillas, empanadas and more. Located behind the Madison Library, off Gallatin Pike, near Old Hickory. Contact: Christie Cooper, (615) 891-1154, execdirector@amquistation.org; or Sarah Vandergriff, svandergriff@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- East Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market 511 Woodland St. (corner of 5th and Woodland) Nashville
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 loads of entertainment and educational offerings, including local music, chef demonstrations and community outreach events. Contact: Hank Delvin, (617) 719-6025, manager@eastnashvillemarket.com ---------------------------------------- Farminâ€TM in the Hall Crieve Hall United Methodist Church 451 Hogan Rd. Nashville www.facebook.com/pages/Farmin-In-The-Hall Thursday 4:30-7:00 p.m., May-August Crieve Hall Farmersâ€TM Market runs from May through August and features local produce and artisan products. Contact: farminginthehall@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- Fresh Harvest LLC Trinity Baptist Church Hillsboro Rd.
www.freshharvest.locallygrown.net Wednesday 4-6 p.m. Fresh Harvest is Nashvilleâ€TMs 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. We deliver to Nashville on Wednesday afternoons, to a convenient pick-up location in Green Hills. To sign up, please visit our website. Contact: (931) 623-0631; John Drury, john.drury@att.net ; or Tally May, tally@wildblue.net ---------------------------------------- Hip Donelson Community Farmersâ€TM Market Two Rivers Mansion 3130 McGavock Pike Nashville www.hipdonelsonfarmersmarket.org Friday 4-7 p.m., May-October This is a producers-only market offering fresh local produce, meats, poultry, cheese, breads and much more. Each market includes artisan vendors and musical entertainment. Monthly events include cooking demonstrations, kidsâ€TM programs and special musical events. Contact: Maggie Sidlinger, (615) 398-2668, farmersmarket@hipdonelson.com ---------------------------------------- Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market 900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. Nashville www.nashvillefarmersmarket.org Open daily year-round: Market House Sunday-Thursday 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday-Saturday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Farm Sheds 8 a.m.-6 p.m. [Winter Market (December through March) hours present the largest selection of vendors in the Farm Sheds on Saturdays 8 a.m.-2 p.m. and inside the Market House Wednesdays 10 a.m.-2 p.m.] The year-round market provides retail space to farmers, artisans, nonprofits and small businesses. Our facility includes two covered open-air sheds, a container farm, a greenhouse micro-greens farm, a 24,000-square-foot garden center, a culinary incubation center and an international food hall that includes some two dozen restaurants and shops. Contact: Tasha Kennard, (615) 880-2001, farmersmarket@nashville.gov ---------------------------------------- Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market at Azafran Park 2195 Nolensville Pike
Wednesday 3-6 p.m., May-October
This is a neighborhood market operated by the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market in partnership with Metro Parks and Conexión Américas. Contact: Tasha Kennard, (615) 880-2001, farmersmarket@nashville.gov

Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market at Vanderbilt Medical Center Plaza 2211 Garland Ave. Nashville www.nashvillefarmersmarket.org Thursday 1-5 p.m., June-October Market is held in the Vanderbilt Medical Center Plaza in partnership with Health Plus. Purchase fresh fruit, vegetables, honey, sprouts and micro-greens, flowers, seafood, locally farmed meat, cheese, bread and more. Visit NFMâ€TMs website to get more information. Contact: Tasha Kennard, (615) 880-2001, farmersmarket@nashville.gov ---------------------------------------- Old Hickory Village Farmersâ€TM Market 1106 Hadley Ave. Old Hickory www. ohvmarket.com Tuesday 4-7 p.m., April-September This is a producers-only market. We feature the best in local farm produce, meat, eggs, artisan foods and handmade goods, and are open Tuesday evenings from April through September. Contact: Tina Waller, (615) 847-3447, ohvillagemkt@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- Richland Park Farmersâ€TM Market 4711 Charlotte Pike Nashville www.r ichlandparkfarmersmarket.com Saturday 9 a.m.-noon A year-round market serving West Nashville and Sylvan Park, the Richland Park Farmersâ€TM Market features local food and artisan producers. Contact: Hank Delvin, (617) 719-6025, manager@richlandparkfarmersmarket.com ---------------------------------------- DeKalb County ======================================= DeKalb Farmersâ€TM Market 205 E. Bryant St. (behind DeKalb Ace Hardware) Smithville Saturday, April-October This is a rural market located in Smithville, behind Ace Hardware. Find locally grown produce, artisan crafts, baked goods and smoked meat. Contact: (615) 597-6340 ---------------------------------------- Dickson County ======================================= Dickson County Farmersâ€TM Market Association 3380 Hwy. 48 N. Charlotte www.dicksoncountyfarmersmarket.com Saturday 9 a.m.-noon, year-round (winter hours may vary) This producers-only market is open year-round on Saturdays, and is also open on Wednesdays during peak produce season. Food products include seasonal freshly grown and handpicked vegetables and fruits, as well as farm-raised beef, pork, chicken and eggs. Locally produced honey, sorghum, plants, flowers and baked items are also offered. Handcrafted items are also available. Contact: Jerry Pangle, (931) 296-3446 ---------------------------------------- Franklin County ======================================= Franklin County Farmersâ€TM Market Dinah Shore Blvd. Farmers Market Pavilion Winchester Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 6 a.m.-1 p.m., April-October This is an open-air market. During the high season, the market is open on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Seasonal vegetables, berries, spring plants, honey and handcrafted items are available from this producers-only market. Contact: John Ferrell, (931) 967-2741, jferrel2@utk.edu ---------------------------------------- The South Cumberland Farmersâ€TM Market and Food Hub 735 University Ave. Sewanee http://sewanee.locallygrown.net We are an online farmersâ€TM market and food hub connecting people in the Sewanee area with locally grown foods ranging from produce to meat, eggs, baked goods and dairy. Pick-ups are on Tuesdays from 4:30-6:00 p.m. at the Sewanee Community Center. Contact: Emily Heid, (931) 224-4707, cumberlandfm@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- Giles County ======================================= Giles County Farmersâ€TM Market 1 Public Square Courthouse Square Pulaski Saturday 6 a.m. Open every Saturday during growing season (from spring until the first freeze). Contact: Chamber of Commerce, (931) 424-4044; or (931) 363-3789 ---------------------------------------- Grundy County ======================================= Tracy City Farmersâ€TM Market 14475 Hwy. 41 Tracy City Thursday 4-5:30 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-noon, June-October The market features locally grown and locally made products: produce, eggs, meat, plants, canned and baked goods. We accept EBT/SNAP cards. Contact: Darlene Seagroves, (931) 592-6803, tracycityfarmersmarket@hotmail.com ---------------------------------------- Hickman County ======================================= Farmersâ€TM Market at River Park Riverfront Park Pavilion Hwy. 100 Centerville Tuesday and Saturday 8 a.m.-noon, June-September The market features spring plants, local produce, baked goods and handcrafts. Contact: James Harlan, (931) 729-2404 ---------------------------------------- Humphreys County ======================================= McEwen Farmersâ€TM Market 9760 Hwy. 70 McEwen www.facebook.com/McEwenFarmersMarket/ Friday 3-6 p.m., May-November 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. All products are raised and grown in Humphreys County. ---------------------------------------- Jackson County ======================================= Jackson County Farmersâ€TM Market 757 Grundy Quarles Hwy. Gainesboro Monday-Saturday, March-October
Contact: Cynthia Zeitz, (931) 268-9437, chzeitz@utk.edu ---------------------------------------- Macon County ======================================= Macon County Farmersâ€TM Market Key Park Church St. Lafayette Monday-Saturday 6 a.m.-6 p.m., June-October 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 ---------------------------------------- Red Boiling Springs Community Farmersâ€TM Market 520 Lafayette Rd. Red Boiling Springs Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m., June-October Only locally grown agricultural products are allowed. Free to vendors. Contact: Kristina Rossi, (678) 787-0935 ---------------------------------------- Marshall County ======================================= Henry Horton State Park Farmersâ€TM Market 4029 Nashville Hwy. Chapel Hill http://tnstateparks.com/parks/about/henry-horton Saturday 7 a.m.-noon, June-last Saturday in October Henry Horton State Park has created a community garden, a garden-to-table garden, and now a farmersâ€TM market, in an effort to help 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. Contact: Daniel Green, Daniel.Green@tn.gov; (931) 364-7724 ---------------------------------------- Marshall County Farmersâ€TM Market Rock Creek Park Pavilion 300 Old Farmington Rd. Lewisburg www.marshallfarmersmarket.com Friday 6 a.m.-noon, July-October Come out and help support local small farmers and the local economy. This market offers fresh produce, plants and other hand-grown and homemade items. Itâ€TMs great to know how your food was produced and who is behind all that hard work. Contact: Lynn Kouba, (931) 359-1279, lynnkouba@marshallcountytn.com ---------------------------------------- Maury County ======================================= Columbia Fresh Farmersâ€TM Market Farmersâ€TM Market Pavilion Riverwalk Park at Riverside Dr./E. 5th St. Columbia Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 7 a.m.-noon, May-October 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: Kristi Martin, Columbia Main Street, (931) 388-3647, colmainst@maurycounty-tn.gov ---------------------------------------- Spring Hill Farmersâ€TM Market Harvey Park
1st, 2nd and 4th Thursdays, May 3-Sept. 27 The Spring Hill Farmersâ€TM Market sets up the first, second and fourth Thursdays of every month starting May 3 and ending September 27. We are a nonprofit event that collects 10 percent of vendorsâ€TM sales each week and donates it to local charities. Contact: (931) 487-0027
---------------------------------------- Spring Hills Farmersâ€TM Market at the Mockingbird Restaurant 3035 Reserve Blvd. Spring Hill
www.facebook.com/pg/Springhillfarmersmarket/ Third Thursday each month 3-7 p.m., May-September The market features cooking demonstrations from the restaurantâ€TMs head chef, and tastings. With live music, family fun and good, homegrown food to eat, this is sure to be a community event you wonâ€TMt want to miss. Contact: (931) 487-0027 ---------------------------------------- Montgomery County ======================================= Clarksville Downtown Farmersâ€TM Market One Public Square Clarksville Saturday 8 a.m.-1 p.m., May 25-October 12 Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, the weekly open-air market features local farmers and artisans offering locally grown fresh produce, food items and handcrafted products. Enjoy live music, meet our market mascot, “Corny the Cob,” and experience special events on select market days. Contact: Channel Lemon, (931) 645-7476, channel.lemon@cityofclarksville.com ---------------------------------------- Moore County ======================================= Lynchburg Farmersâ€TM Market Wiseman Park Moorehead Pavilion Lynchburg Friday 3-6 p.m., May-October We are a small but growing market with a surprising variety of goods. We are located in the Moorehead Pavilion in Wiseman Park in downtown Lynchburg. Contact: (931) 759-7163, lynchburgfarmers@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- Overton County ======================================= Livingston Overton Farmersâ€TM Market Corner of University and Spring Streets Livingston https://extension.tennessee.edu/Overton/Pages/Farmer%27s-Market.aspx Monday-Sunday 7 a.m.-5 p.m., May-October Each day farmers bring into the market a plentiful supply of freshly grown vegetables and fruits. Contact: Darius Sims, (931) 823-1269 ---------------------------------------- Putnam County ======================================= Cookeville Downtown Green Market First Presbyterian Church 20 N. Dixie Ave. Corner of Dixie and Broad Streets Cookeville www.facebook.com/thedowntowngreenmarket Saturday 8 a.m.-noon We are a year-round, all-natural producers-only market. You will find 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. Come enjoy live music, seminars, etc. Contact: Jim Stockton, dgmcookeville@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- Cookeville Farmersâ€TM Market Downtown Center Pavilion 201 Mahler St. Cookeville Monday-Sunday 6 a.m.-6 p.m., March-October Open every day during the season 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 ---------------------------------------- Monterey Farmersâ€TM Market 1 E. Depot St. Monterey http://montereytn.com Monday-Saturday (Wednesday and Saturday are the best days) 7 a.m.-5 p.m., May 1-October 1 The open-air market promotes both local home growers and crafters of handmade, homemade products. Contact: Julie Bohannon, (931) 839-2111 or (931) 319-8238, depotadm@frontier.com ---------------------------------------- Robertson County ======================================= Robertson County Farmersâ€TM Market Springfield www.facebook.com/RCFarmersMarket Saturday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., May-September We offer a venue for farmers in Robertson County to reach the public with the food products they grow and raise. The market begins Saturday, May 4, and runs through July 27 at the Robertson County Fairgrounds; from August 3 to September 28 the market is held at the historic Courthouse Square in Springfield. Find us on Facebook and Instagram for more information and special events. Contact: Julie Bernard, robertsoncountyfarmersmarket@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- First Friday of each month, 6-9 p.m., May-October Join us on the first Friday night of each month from May until October on the historic Downtown Springfield Square. Enjoy live music, food trucks, a kidsâ€TM zone, classic car cruisinâ€TM, a farmersâ€TM market, and shopping with local artisans/makers and your favorite downtown merchants. This is a free event and family/pet friendly. Contact: HistoricSpringfieldEC@gmail.com
Rutherford County ======================================= La Vergne Farmersâ€TM Market 5063 Murfreesboro Rd. La Vergne www.lavergnetn.gov/407/farmers-market Tuesday 3-7 p.m., May-September We have various vendors that sell agricultural items grown in Middle Tennessee, as well as handmade items. All items are homegrown or hand/homemade. Contact: Anne Smith, (615) 207-4678, annempsmith@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- Murfreesboro Saturday Market on the Square Public Square Inner Circle of Courthouse Murfreesboro www.downtownmurfreesboro.com Saturday 8 a.m.-noon, June-October This is a weekly farmersâ€TM market on the square, held every Saturday from the first Saturday of June through the first Saturday of October. Real farmers. Real food. Real community. Contact: Kathleen Herzog, (615) 895-1887, saturdaymarketonthesquare@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- Rutherford County Farmersâ€TM Market Community Center Lane AgriPark, 315 John R. Rice Blvd. Murfreesboro http://rutherford.tennessee.edu Tuesday and Friday 7 a.m.-noon, May 10-October 29 The market supports economically viable, producer-only farming operations in Middle Tennessee, while also ensuring the availability of fresh produce and other farm products to members of the community. Market vendors sell a wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables, meats, eggs, baked and canned goods, flowers, plants and more. We accept credit, debit and EBT. Contact: Anthony Tuggle, (615) 898-7710, atuggle@utk.edu ---------------------------------------- Stones River Farmersâ€TM Market Porch of Quinnâ€TMs Mercantile 301 N. Spring St. Murfreesboro http://stonesriver.locallygrown.net Wednesday 5-6:30 p.m. We are a year-round online farmersâ€TM market. Supporting your local farmers and artisans has now been made easy. Order conveniently from the comfort of your home computer by visiting the market page. Pick-ups are on Wednesday in Murfreesboro. Contact: Catherine Simmons, (615) 542-1078, stonesrivermarket@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- Smith County ======================================= Smith County Farmersâ€TM Market 155 Gordonsville Hwy. Ag Expo Park South Carthage Monday-Saturday The covered pavilion is open to local farmers only. Contact: Ronnie Bussell, (615) 489-2524 ---------------------------------------- Sumner County ======================================= Gallatin Farmersâ€TM Market 160 W. Franklin St. Gallatin Police Department Gallatin www.Facebook.com/GallatinFarmersMarket Saturday 8 a.m.-1 p.m., April-October The market offers the seasonâ€TMs best fresh produce, fresh baked goods, farm-raised meats, jams and jellies, honey, farm-fresh eggs, homemade pet treats and locally grown plants. Local handmade artisan crafts including soaps, lotions, woodcrafts, crochet items, candles and more are also available at the market. Contact: (615) 452-4000, farmersmarket@gallatintn.org ---------------------------------------- Hendersonville Farmersâ€TM Market The Streets of Indian Lake Mall 300 Indian Lake Blvd. Hendersonville www.facebook.com/hendersonvillefarmersmarket Saturday 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., May 18-Sept. 14 Check Facebook for possible change in location. The market offers local farm vegetables and fruits including naturally raised and organic methods; pasture-raised beef, chicken and pork; local honey; and fresh flowers. We also feature a variety of local artisans and craft vendors. Our Family Health and Fitness Fair is held the last Saturday of each month. Enjoy live music, food trucks and kidsâ€TM entertainment. Contact: Cheryl Puryear, (615) 838-8238, cherylpuryear01@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- White House Farmersâ€TM Market City of White House Municipal Recreational Complex 105 College St. White House www.cityofwhitehouse.com/white-house-farmers-market Wednesday 3:30-7:00 p.m., May-August 14 The market provides a central location for residents to have access to healthy, locally grown fresh food. The market will offer items such as vegetables and fruits, herbs, flowers, honey, maple syrup, jams and jellies, mushrooms, juice, cider and soap. Contact: (615) 672-4350, ext. 2112; Betsy Morris, bmorris@cityofwhitehouse.com ---------------------------------------- Warren County ======================================= Warren County Farmersâ€TM Market 100 Market St. McMinnville Wednesday and Saturday 6:00 a.m.-noon, April-November The market is open only on Saturdays in April. Starting in May, the market will be open on Wednesdays and Saturdays through the end of the season. Contact: Mary Cantrell, (931) 205-0451, jborab@blomand.net ---------------------------------------- White County ======================================= Sparta Green Market 5 W. Maple St. Metcalf Pavilion, next to Courthouse Square Sparta www.facebook.com/sparta-green-market Third Friday each month 4-7 p.m., May-October The Green Market is a fun, vibrant, musical downtown evening event where neighbors can enjoy a market with locally grown produce, poultry and meats, as well as locally made soaps, honey, breads, wood and leather crafts and much more. Contact: (615) 477-8801, spartagreenmarket@gmail.com www.spartatn.gov/farmers-market-4 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 7 a.m.-noon, May 17-September/October The open-air market is frequented by about 12 different White County farmers from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The market is operated by the White County Agricultural Extension office. Contact: (931) 836-3348 ---------------------------------------- Williamson County ======================================= Berry Farms Farmersâ€TM Market 4000 Hughes Crossing Franklin www.facebook.com/berryfarmsfm Tuesday 4-7 p.m., May 14-October 15 The Berry Farms community is a new, mixed-use development filled with shops, restaurants, homes and now a community, producers-only farmersâ€TM market where you will find everything from local produce, meats, milk and baked goods, to craft items and more. Contact: Kasi Haire, (615) 967-6765, berryfarmsfm@gmail.com ---------------------------------------- Brentwood Farmersâ€TM Market 7100 Executive Center Dr.
Thursday 4-7 p.m., May 16-October 17
This is a producers-only market full of fresh produce, responsibly raised meats, fresh baked bread, free-range chicken eggs, local honey, handmade crafts and more. Contact: Kasi Haire, (615) 967-6765, farmersmarketbrentwood@gmail.com
Saturday 8 a.m.-1 p.m., April-October; Saturday 9 a.m.-noon, November-March This 17-year-old, year-round producer-only market has the largest assembly of Tennessee farmers providing organics, seasonal produce, grass-fed beef, chicken, pork, lamb and bison, and more than 12 vegetable and meat CSA programs. It has an array of farm-grown plants, herbs, local artisans, prepared foods, food trucks and music, and eight food-related family events and festivals. Contact: Amy Tavalin, amy@franklinfarmersmarket.com ---------------------------------------- Leipers Fork Farmersâ€TM Market 4348 Old Hillsboro Rd.
Thursday 3:30-6:30 p.m.
This is a local farmersâ€TM market interested in farmers and artisans that make and grow their own food and/or goods. Nolensville Farmersâ€TM Market 7248 Nolensville Rd. Historic Nolensville School Nolensville www.facebook.com/nolensvillefarmersmarket Saturday 8:00 a.m.-noon, May 4-November 23 Enjoy a hassle-free and convenient online shopping experience and a quick and orderly local pick-up. The physical market located at the Historic Nolensville School begins its 2019 season on May 7 and runs every Saturday May through October. Contact: Kasi Haire, (931) 284-9295, info@nolensvillefarmersmarket.com ---------------------------------------- Wilson County ======================================= Batch and Bushel Farmersâ€TM Market 945 East Baddour Parkway Lebanon www.wilsoncountyexpo.com Thursday 4-7 p.m., May-October, Closed August Batch and Bushel is a local farmersâ€TM market east of the city, supporting local producers and makers from the community, and is located outside the Wilson County Expo Center. Market is open May through July and September and October. Contact: Charity Toombs, (615) 450-3049, info@wilsoncountyexpo.com ---------------------------------------- Lebanon Farmersâ€TM Market 4195 Maple St. 200 Castle Heights Ave. N. Lebanon Monday-Saturday, March-December Saturday, December-February
This is an open-air, seasonal market with a covered pavilion, open from sunup to sundown, year-round. Contact: Sarah Haston, Sarah.haston@lebanontn.org ---------------------------------------- Mt. Juliet Farmersâ€TM Market Charlie Daniels Park 1075 Charlie Daniels Parkway Mt. Juliet Tuesday and Thursday 1-6 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m.-4 p.m., May-October All farmers live, work or grow within a 75-mile radius of the market, offering customers homegrown food from people who care about the community. Contact: Jan Littrell, (615) 758-6522, jlittrell@mtjuliet-tn.gov