Farmersâ€TM Markets 07/23/15

Farmers' markets are still open in the fall with plenty of wonderful late-season produce, including winter squashes, sweet potatoes and greens. However, many markets start shutting down starting at the end of September, so please check individual websites or call the market manager to find out your market's closing date.

Bedford County

Bedford Locally Grown
865 Union St.

We are an online market with weekly pickups that includes cooperative efforts from local growers, artisans and producers.

Contact: Tracey Burkes, Ashleigh Newnes, 931-952-1224

Cannon County

Cannon County Farmers' Market
Cannon County Arts Center
1424 John Bragg Hwy.
Saturday, 6 a.m.–noon

On Saturday mornings 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 and baked goods.

Contact: Bruce Steelman, 615-563-2554.

Cheatham County

Ashland City Farmers' & Artisan Market Riverbluff Park
175 Old Cumberland St.
Ashland City
Saturday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

The Ashland City Farmers' & Artisan Market recently reopened at the new pavilion in Riverbluff Park, bringing together local farmers, artisans, organizations and the public. Only vendors with certified permits will be able to sell products.

Contact: Hank Batts, 615-792-6722,

Coffee County

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

The Coffee County Farmersâ€TM Market 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.

Contact: Lucy Deal, 931-728-7624

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

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


Cumberland County

Cumberland County Farmers' Market
1398 Livingston Rd.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 6:30 a.m.–noon

We have two satellite locations. We set up in Lake Tansi every Monday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m, on the Lake Front behind the P.O.A. Office. Open in the parking lot at the corner of Peavine Rd. and Stonehenge Dr. in Fairfield Glade on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Contact: Jennifer Bruce, 931-788-2607,

Cumberland Sustainable Farmers' Market (CSFM) Crossville Depot
14 N. St.
Thursday, 3:30–5:30 p.m.

CSFM provides the area with locally raised produce, meats, fruits, dairy, baked goods and more. We have both an online farmersâ€TM market and a physical farmersâ€TM market at the pickup location.

Contact: Adam Colvin, 866-865-8329,

Davidson County

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

The market is a producer-only market that features all-local produce, meat, dairy and value-added items. Farmers are both organic and conventional, including baked goods, gourmet dog snacks, pasta, local honey and more.

Contact: Mary Self,

Amqui Station Farmers' Market
301B Madison St.
Sunday, Noon–3 p.m.

Historic Amqui Station, the train station Johnny Cash saved, is producing a producers-only farmers' market. Enjoy the covered market with air-conditioned restrooms. We offer fruit, veggies, cheese, jams, tortillas, empanadas and more.

Contact: Nancy Van Reece, 615-891-1154, 615-830-8158 on Saturday,

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

Country Crossroads Market is a farmersâ€TM market right in the middle of historic Whites Creek. We are a shared vision between local Whites Creek businesses, residents, growers and producers to bring locally produced goods to the community in a fun and festive setting.

Contact: Nikkole Turner, 615-598-7389,

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

At our market you will 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. The family-oriented market also includes loads of entertainment and education, including local music, chef demonstrations and community outreach events.

Contact: Maggie Odle, 617-719-6025,

Farmers Market at The Crossing
5320 Hickory Hollow Pkwy.
Saturday, 9:00 a.m.–1 p.m.

We are a casual, open-air, seasonal market in the green space at the new Southeast Branch Library & Community Center. The market offers fresh local produce and artisan crafts that are all handmade, homemade or homegrown.

Contact: Molly Martin, 615-712-5471,

Farmin' in the Hall
451 Hogan Rd.
Nashville Thursday, 4:30–7:00 p.m.

Crieve Hall Farmers' Market features local produce and artisan products.

Contact: Kate Cortner, 615-834-7225,

Fresh Harvest LLC
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Hillsboro Rd.
Wednesday, 4–6 p.m.

We are Nashville's first and oldest online vegetable ordering system, providing 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. When you buy from Fresh Harvest, you are directly supporting a local farmer or producer. Go to our website,, to sign up with us. You only order what you like, in the amounts that suit your needs, and you are not obligated to order every week.

Contact: John Drury, 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 farmersâ€TM market bringing together local farmers, organizations and artisans with their “Made in Tennessee” items that include, but not are limited to, vegetables, fruits, mushrooms, jams, baked goods, honey, eggs, flowers, soaps, natural skin care, jewelry and handcrafted items.

Contact: Cheryl Zech, 615-440-7360,

Hip Donelson Community Farmersâ€TM Market 2730 Lebanon Rd.
Friday, 4–7 p.m.

This is a producers-only market with fresh, local produce, meats, poultry, cheese, breads and much more. Each market includes artisan vendors, musical entertainment. 100% of proceeds from vendor fees and donations support the FiftyForward Center.

Contact: Frank Trew, 615-696-9447,

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

NFM is a year-round home to farmers, food artisans, restaurateurs, crafters and merchants offering a wide-range of items including farm produce, meats, dairy, cheeses and other farm-made products; artisan-produced foods; prepared foods; handcrafted items and more. 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 Kennrd, 615-880-2001,

Nashville Farmers' Market at Vanderbilt Corner 21st Ave. S. and Blakemore Ave.
Thursday, 3–6 p.m.

Nashville Farmers' 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: Jolie Yockey, 615-880-2001,

Richland Park Farmers' Market
4711 Charlotte Pike
Saturday, 9 a.m.–noon

Serving West Nashville and Sylvan Park, the Richland Park Farmers' Market features local food and artisan producers.

Contact: Eric Smith, 270-457-2847,

West End Farmers' Market at Vine Street 4101 Harding Pike
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 farmersâ€TM market.

Contact: Austin Sauerbrei, 940-782-0057,

DeKalb County

DeKalb Farmers' Market
205 E. Bryant St.
(Behind DeKalb Ace Hardware)
Saturday, 6 a.m.–1 p.m.; Tuesday, 3–6 p.m.

The DeKalb County Farmersâ€TM Market is open to all Tennessee producers. Located under the new pavilion behind Ace Hardware. You can find fresh produce grown by local producers, in addition to delectable baked goods, handmade soaps and regional art.

Contact: Jeff Cantrell, 615-464-7373

Dickson County

Dickson County Farmers' Market
284 Cowan Rd.
Wednesday and Saturday, 8 a.m. until gone

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 Extension-Dickson County, 615-446-2788,

Franklin County

Franklin County Farmers' Market
Dinah Shore Blvd.
Farmersâ€TM Market Pavilion
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 6 a.m.–noon

We are an open-air, producers-only market running through October.

Contact: Cathy Sanders, 931-967-3902

Rooted Here-The South Cumberland Farmers' Market & 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, 931-924-4539,

Giles County

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

Open every Saturday morning until everything is gone through November on the south side of the courthouse in downtown Pulaski. The market is comprised of farmers selling locally grown fruits and vegetables with occasional baked goods.

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

Grundy County

Tracy City Farmers' Market
14475 Hwy. 41 (Old Grundy County High School parking lot) Tracy City
Thursday, 2–5:30 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–noon

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, 931-592-8008,

Hickman County

Centerville Farmers' Market
Riverfront Park Pavilion
Hwy. 100
Tuesday and Friday, 8 a.m.–noon

Just 1/2 mile from the Duck River, the market features local produce, baked goods and handcrafts through the end of October. The market has around 17 vendors that 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

Humphreys County

McEwen Farmers' Market
Bradford St.
Behind Exit Realty on Hwy. 70
Friday, 2–6 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. Youâ€TMll find recipe cards to inspire trying different types of foods. Stop by and check out this new community event. All products are raised and grown in Humphreys County.

Contact: Marty Moore, 931-582-6145,

Lawrence County

Lawrence County Farmers' Market
Corner of Mahr Ave. and Taylor St.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, 7 a.m.–noon; Thursday, 3–6 p.m.

The market carries locally grown produce, baked goods, novelties and plants from a variety of farmers, resellers and vendors. The market is open through November.

Contact: Calvin Bryant, 931-852-4081,

Macon County

Macon County Farmers' Market
Key Park
Church St.
Lafayette Monday–Saturday, 6 a.m.–6 p.m.

This vendor-operated market features local vegetables, fruits and some homemade items through October.

Contact: Macon County Chamber of Commerce, 615-666-5885.

Red Boiling Springs Community Farmers' Market 520 Lafayette Rd.
Red Boiling Springs
Saturday, 11 a.m.–3 p.m.

Locally grown organic and sustainably grown produce, fruits, eggs and more.

Contact: 678-787-0935

Marshall County

Marshall County Farmers' Market
300 Old Farmington Rd.
Friday, 6 a.m.–noon

Come out and help support your local small farmers and your local economy. The more we support each other, the faster we will all recover. And there's nothing like fresh produce, plants and other hand-grown and homemade items. It's great to know how your food was produced and who is behind all that hard work.

Join us across the street from Rock Creek Park in the pavilion on Farmington Road. Fridays from 6 a.m. until noon. Happy shopping!

Contact: Shan Wells, 931-359-1279,

Maury County

Columbia Fresh Farmers' Market
Farmers' Market Pavilion
Riverwalk Park at Riverside Dr./E. 5th St. Columbia
Tuesday and Thursday, 3:30–7 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m.–noon

Columbia takes full advantage of surrounding farms and features vendors selling honey, jams, eggs, hand-crafted 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,

Spring Hill Farmers' Market
Tennessee Children's Home
5350 Main St.
Spring Hill
Thursday, 3:30–7:00 p.m.

Enjoy the petting zoo and live entertainment each week. Most everything is from the local Marshall, Maury, Williamson, Hickman, Giles and Lawrence areas.

Contact: Sherry Johnson, 931-388-2897,

Montgomery County

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

Approximately 60 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.

Contact: Robert Rayburn, 931-645-7476,

Moore County

Lynchburg Farmersâ€TM Market
Wiseman Park
Moorehead Pavilion
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: County Director Larry Moorehead, 931-759-7163

Overton County

Livingston-Overton Farmers' Market
University and Spring Streets
Monday–Sunday, 7 a.m.–5 p.m.

We are open through October of each year. 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 Farmers' Market
Downtown Center Pavilion
201 Mahler St.
Monday–Sunday, 7 a.m.–5 p.m.

The Downtown Center Pavilion is open every day for local farmers to sell to the public. During the season through October, 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

Monterey Farmers' Market
Intersection of Holly and W. Depot Streets Monterey
Monday–Saturday, 7 a.m.–5 p.m.

We are an open-air market promoting both local home growers and crafters of hand-made, homemade products.

Contact: Julie Bohannon, 931-839-2111,

The Cookeville Downtown Green Market
First Presbyterian Church
Corner of Dixie Ave. and Broad St.
Cookeville Saturday, 7 a.m.–noon

Located on the corner of Broad Street and Dixie Avenue, one block west of downtown, is a producers-only market. Youâ€TMll find all locally grown, all-natural seasonal produce. In addition to farm-fresh produce, local farmers will be selling their naturally raised meats (beef, chicken, pork), eggs, fresh cut flowers and milk shares, as well as artisan products and baked goods.

Contact: Randy Dodson, 931-267-9242

Robertson County

Springfield/Robertson County Farmers' Market 4635 Hwy. 41 N.
Robertson County Fairgrounds
Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–noon

100% 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. You know when you buy at the market that you are supporting the person that has grown the items for you.

Contact: Paul Hart, 615-384-2476,

Rutherford County

Lacassas' Farmers' Market
7684 Barlow Lane
Saturday, 8 a.m.–noon

We are a producer-only market selling honey, produce, soaps, milk, baked goods, grass-fed beef, pastured chickens, eggs, feed, crafts, garden on-site and children's activities.

Contact: Richard and Nina Hanson, 931-217-6019,

Murfreesboro Main Street Saturday Market Public Square
Inner Circle of Courthouse
Saturday, 8 a.m.–noon

Downtown Historic Murfreesboro hosts the Main Street Saturday Market. Vendors will offer produce, baked goods, fresh flowers and plants, eggs, honey, grain-fed beef and other farm-related products.

Contact: Kathleen Herzog, 615-895-1887,

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

The market celebrates its 40th anniversary this year supporting 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 Rutherford County community. Free classes on a variety of subjects are offered every market day. We accept credit, debit and EBT payments.

Contact: Janie Becker, 615-898-7710,

Stones River Farmers' Market
2250 Rock Springs Midland Rd.

We are a year-round farmersâ€TM market and customers can join anytime. Orders are placed Sunday and Monday, picking up on Wednesday in Murfreesboro and Thursday in Nashville and Christiana. 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.

We accept credit, debit and EBT/SNAP.

Contact: John Erdmann, 615-848-8942,

Smith County

Smith County Farmers' Market
155 Gordonsville Hwy.
Ag Expo Park
South Carthage

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.

The Gallatin Farmersâ€TM 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 through September 26 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, 6:00 a.m.–noon

The market offers local produce through the end of November.

Contact: Mary Cantrell, 931-668-4068,

Williamson County

East Franklin Farmers' Market
Rock Creek Nursery
4114 Murfreesboro Road/US 96
Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Farmer-owned and operated, featuring organic and sustainable farmers.

Contact: James Gardner,

Forest Hills UMC Farmers' Market
Forest Hills United Methodist Church
1250 Old Hickory Blvd.
Saturday, 8 a.m.–noon

We are open Saturday mornings under the 200-year-old oak tree on the lawn of Forest Hills UMC. We have weekly music and lots of activities. The other story is our continued relationship with Feed America First. In lieu of charging our market participants, they agree to donate fresh products/produce weekly to Feed America First.

Contact: Mindi Godfrey, 619-312-7865,

Franklin Farmers' Market
230 Franklin Rd. (The Factory)
Saturday, 8 a.m.–1 p.m. (November/December, 8 a.m.–noon)

We are one of the largest assemblies of Tennessee farmers in the state, with a large selection of organics, grass-fed beef, produce, fruits, dairy, baked goods and flowers from local Tennessee farms. We are a producersâ€TM market of real local farmers, bakers and handcrafted artisans. Come visit and get to know your local farmer.

Contact: Deb Grant, 615-916-1274,

Nolensville Farmers' Market
7149 Nolensville Rd.
Nolensville Saturday, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

We offer fresh agricultural products right here in Nolensville.

Contact: Kasi Daniels,

Wilson County

Lebanon Farmers' Market
4195 Maple St.
200 Castle Heights Ave. N.

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

Contact: 615-443-2839

Mt. Juliet Farmers' Market
Charlie Daniels Park
1100 Charlie Daniels Pkwy.
Mt. Juliet
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.

Contact: CJ Kiekens, Mt. Juliet City Hall, 615-758-6522,