The fall season is a busy one at our local farmersâ€TM markets, but some stay open longer in the season than others. Please check your marketâ€TMs closing date and if youâ€TMre still hungry to shop local why not try out another market for late fall and winter shopping. Cannon County
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, baked goods and some fresh plants. Contact: Bruce Steelman, 615-563-2554
Riverbluff Park
Saturday 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
The market is designed to be a place of community and commerce, bringing together local farmers, artisans, organizations and the public. The market is open every Saturday through mid-October. Contact: Sandy Cannon, 615-613-3893,
Contact: Lucy Deal, 931-728-7624
Thursday 4–5:30 p.m.
We connect local farmers and customers year-round with the convenience of online ordering of the fresh products of our area. Although not a true cooperative, we use cooperative efforts to achieve steady and dependable means of supplying the highest quality produce and other products. Contact: Linda Reed, 931-273-9708
Thursday 4:30–5:30 p.m.
We are Tullahomaâ€TMs source for locally grown food. We are an online farmersâ€TM market where you can order from your home or office on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday until noon and pick up your order on Thursday. Contact: Fuel So Good Roasters,
Wednesday 11 a.m.–2 p.m.
The open-air market is right off of Highway 70 North, adjacent to the Cumberland County Fairgrounds. Farmers sell locally grown goods through October. Contact: Jennifer Bruce, 931-788-2607,
Thursday 3:30–5:30 p.m.
We provide the greater Crossville, Tennessee, 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: Steve Colvin, 866-865-8329,
Tuesdays 3:30–6:30 p.m.
Open through October, the market is a producers-only market that features all local produce, meat, dairy and value-added items. Contact: Mary Self, Sunday 2–4 p.m.
Farmersâ€TM market serving West and North Nashville, open until Sunday, October 9. Contact: 615-605-0517, Wednesday 3:30–7 p.m.
Open through October, you will find locally grown, mostly organic, seasonal produce at the market. The family-oriented market also includes loads of entertainment and education, including local music, chef demonstrations and community outreach events. Contact: Leah Benjamin, 615-474-2633,
Wednesday 4–6 p.m.
Fresh Harvest provides a yearlong, 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. You are directly supporting a local farmer or producer. Contact: John Drury, or Tally May,
Thursday 3:30–6:30 p.m.
We are an open-air market open through October carrying local and organically raised meat, a full line of produce, fruit, eggs and honey. Artisans have crafts products that are handmade in Tennessee only. Contact: Cheryl Zech, 615-440-7360,
2730 Lebanon Rd.
Friday 4–7 p.m.
This is a producers-only market in the heart of Donelson, with fresh local produce, meats, poultry, cheese, breads and much more. Open through October, each market includes artisan vendors, musical entertainment. Contact: Frank Trew, 615-696-9447,
Monday–Sunday 8 a.m.–6 p.m., with varying merchant hours The market is a year-round home to farmers, food artisans, restaurateurs, crafters and merchants offering a wide range of items. NFM is also home to more than 16 restaurants and shops including craft brew pub, the Picnic Tap; locally made goods shop, Batch Nashville; and others. NFMâ€TMs 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,
Friday 3:30–6:30 p.m.
The North Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market is hosted the at Davidson County Farmersâ€TM Co-op. Open through October, all vendors will be local producers or artisans offering PickTN products. There will also be local food vendors and musicians weekly. Contact: Nikkole Turner, 615-598-7389,
Saturday 9 a.m.–noon
Serving West Nashville and Sylvan Park, the Richland Park Farmersâ€TM Market features local food and artisan producers. Contact: Leah Benjamin, 615-474-2633,
Monday 4:00–7:00 p.m.
Open through Monday, September 26, this local market in the Antioch area connects local products with local customers on the beautiful campus of the Southeast Community Center. Products are all handmade, homemade and homegrown. Contact: Molly Martin, 615-712-5471,
Friday 5–7:30 p.m.
Located in the heart of Bellevue at the Red Caboose Park, the market will be open through October 14. The park has restrooms and a large playground for the kids to enjoy while you shop. Contact: Jeremy, Saturday 6 a.m.–1 p.m., Tuesday 3–6 p.m. Open through November, you can find beautiful, fresh produce grown by local producers, in addition to delectable baked goods, handmade soaps and regional art. Contact: Eddy Ray, 615-597-6340
Saturday 8 a.m.–noon
Our producer-only market is open on Saturdays year-round. 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. Contact: Vickie Witcher, 615-446-2788,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 6 a.m.–noon Located in Winchester along the main street, Dinah Shore Blvd., this is an open-air, producers-only market running through October. Seasonal vegetables, honey and handcrafted items are offered. Contact: Elaine Weaver, 931-703-5866
39 Ball Park Rd.
Tuesday 4:30–6 p.m.
We are a year-round, 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. Contact: Jess Wilson, 931-808-3004,
Saturday 6 a.m. until farmers run out
Open through November on the south side of the courthouse, the marketâ€TMs farmers sell locally grown fruits and vegetables with occasional baked goods. Contact: Chamber of Commerce, 931-424-4044
Thursday 2-5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m.-noon
Open through 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, 931-592-8008,
Tuesday, Friday 8 a.m.–noon
The market features local produce, baked goods and handcrafts through the end of October. Contact: Troy Dugger, AgExt, 931-729-2404
Wednesday 3:30–6:30 p.m.
In addition to farm-fresh produce and fruit, we also have local honey, fresh eggs, goat milk soaps and lotions, flowers and other wonderful local products through the end of October. 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 goods and canned foods, to name a few, through the end of October. You'll find recipe cards to inspire trying different types of foods. Flowers and plants will be available, as well as some worm castings. Contact: Marty Moore, 931-582-6145,
Friday 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
We are open Monday–Sunday through October when producers are present. Most farmers show up on Fridays. Contact: Cynthia Zeitz, 931-268-9437,
Thursday, 3–6 p.m.
Located at the corner of Mahr and Taylor, the market carries locally grown produce, baked goods, novelties and plants from a variety of farmers, resellers and vendors through November. The late season farmersâ€TM market may only be on Saturday until produce lasts in the fall. Contact: Calvin Bryant, 931-852-4081,
This vendor-operated market features local vegetables, fruits and some homemade items through October. Contact: Macon County Chamber of Commerce, 615-666-5885
520 Lafayette Rd.
Red Boiling Springs
Saturday 9 a.m.–noon
Friday 6 a.m.–noon
Come out and help support your local small farmers and your local economy through the end of October. Plus, thereâ€TMs nothing like fresh produce, plants and other hand-grown and homemade items. Contact: Ariel Borne, 931-359-1279,
Saturday 7 a.m.-noon
Open through October, the market 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,
Saturday 8 a.m.–1 p.m.
Open through the end of October, the market features local fresh produce, baked goods, home decor, seasonal flowers and more. 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 through the end of October. 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 through the end of October. Contact: LaDonna Hix, Roberts Street Café, 931-403-2825,
Monday–Sunday 7 a.m.–5 p.m.
Overton Farmersâ€TM Market is open through October. Each day farmers bring into the market a plentiful supply of freshly grown vegetables and fruits. Contact: Darius Sims, 931-823-1269,
Monday–Sunday 7 a.m.–5 p.m.
The Downtown Center Pavilion is open every day through October for local farmers to sell to the public. Vendors sell locally grown produce and some baked goods in the open-air shelter area. Contact: Rick Woods, UT Ext., 931-520-5285
Monday–Saturday (Wednesday and Saturday are the best days) 7 a.m.–5 p.m. Open through the end of October, we are unique in that the open-air market promotes both local home growers and crafters of handmade, homemade products. Contact: Julie Bohannon, 931-839-2111,
First Presbyterian Church
Cookeville Saturday 8 a.m.–noon
A year-round market 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, eggs, flowers and milk shares, as well as artisan products, flavored vinegars, body products  and baked goods.  Contact: Deborah Wolfe   931-858-8406 Saturday 8:30 a.m.–noon
We offer a venue for farmers in Robertson County to reach the public with their food products. Open through September 24, you know when you buy at the market that you are supporting the person behind the table that grew it for you. Contact: Paul Hart, 615-384-2476,
Contact: Rachel Heggen, 615-793-6295,
Public Square
Saturday 8 a.m.–noon
Downtown Historic Murfreesboro hosts the Main Street Saturday Market. The market sets up shop every Saturday through the end of October. 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,
Murfreesboro Tuesday, Friday 7 a.m.–noon
Market vendors hail from more than 20 Middle Tennessee counties and sell a wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables, meats, eggs, baked and canned goods, flowers, plants and more through the end of October. We accept credit, debit and EBT and offer free classes every market day covering gardening, sustainable agriculture and cooking demonstrations. Contact: Nina Hanson, 615-898-7710,
We are a year-round farmersâ€TM market. Customers place their orders Sunday and Monday and pick up on Wednesday. Our farmers/producers are located in the Middle Tennessee region and sell baked and processed foods, meat, poultry, eggs, dairy items, honey, herbs, fruits, vegetables, cut flowers and skincare products. Contact: Ashleigh Newnes/Tracey Burks, 931-952-1224,
South Carthage
The covered pavilion is open to local farmers only through end of October. Contact: Ronnie Bussell, 615-489-2524
Saturday 7 a.m.-2 p.m.
Through the end of October, the market offers Tennessee-grown products including produce, flowers and herbs. Contact: Donna Belote, Greater Gallatin, 615-452-5692
300 Indian Lake Blvd.
Saturday 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
Local and Middle Tennessee farmers set up through September 24 with a wide array of seasonal vegetables, fruits, honey, dairy items and flowers, and organic and naturally raised eggs, beef, chicken and pork. Contact: Cheryl Puryear, 615-838-8238,
Wednesday and Saturday 6:00 a.m.–noon The Warren County Farmersâ€TM Market will be open on Wednesdays and Saturdays through the end of October. Contact: Mary Cantrell, manager, 931-235-1542
Third Friday each month 4–7 p.m.
The Green Market is a fun, vibrant, musical downtown evening event where neighbors can enjoy a market with locally grown produce, poultry and meats along with vendors of locally made soaps, honey, breads, wood and leather crafts and much, much more. Contact: 615-477-8801, Fall Nov-Dec 9am-1pm
Our 15 year-old, year-round producer only market has the largest assembly of Tennessee farmers providing organic, seasonal produce, grass-fed beef, chicken, pork, lamb and bison and over 12 vegetable and meat CSA programs. Farm grown plants, herbs, local artisans, prepared foods, food trucks and live music with 8 food related family events and festivals.  Contact: Amy Tavalin, Saturday 8:00–noon
The year-round Nolensville Farmersâ€TM Market is both an online and weekly market offering local produce, meats and artisan products. Contact: Kasi Daniels, 615-794-8267,
Homestead Manor
Wednesday 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Open through the end of October, the market features local food and crafts for local shoppers. Contact: Steven Bailey, Lebanon
We are a year-round, open-air, seasonal market with covered pavilion open from sunup to sundown. Contact: Lebanon Mayorâ€TMs Office, 615-443-2839
Saturday 7 a.m.–2 p.m.
Local farmers are at Charlie Daniels Park on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday through October. Contact: CJ Kiekens, The Mt. Juliet City Hall, 615-758-6522,