Local Table Farm Guide â FarmersâTM Markets

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

Bedford County

Bedford County Locally Grown

865 Union St.


We are an online market with weekly pickups that include cooperative efforts from local growers, artisans and producers. We offer weekly pickups (after ordering online) of produce, meats, flowers, honey, natural body care and more.

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

Cannon County

Cannon County Arts Center

1424 John Bragg Hwy.


Saturday 6 a.m.-noon

On Saturday mornings 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; it often runs until the farmers sell out.

Contact: Bruce Steelman, 615-563-2554.

Cheatham County

Ashland City Open Air Market

Main St.

Ashland City

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

The Ashland City Open Air FarmersâTM Market is designed to be a place of community and commerce, bringing together local farmers, artisans, organizations and the public. Plans are in the works for a new space in July; check the marketâTMs Facebook page for details.

Contact: Hank Batts, Farm Market Ambassador, 615-792-6722, farmerdude3@hotmail.com

Coffee County

Coffee County FarmersâTM Market

225 East Main St.


Saturday 6 a.m.-noon

The Coffee County FarmersâTM 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 farmers.

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

Contact: tullahoma@locallygrown.net

Cumberland County

Cumberland County FarmersâTM Market

1398 Livingston Rd.



Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 6:30 a.m.-noon

We also 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; and weâTMre 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: Market President Jennifer Bruce, 931-788-2607, jen36@frontiernet.net

Cumberland Sustainable FarmersâTM Market

14 North St. (corner of North and Main)



Thursday 3:30-5:30 p.m.

Cumberland Sustainable FarmersâTM Market (CSFM) 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: Adam Colvin, 866-865-8329, csfm@colvinfamilyfarm.com

Davidson County

Sevier Park

3000 Granny White Pike



Tuesday 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 will be both organic and conventional; offerings include baked goods, gourmet dog snacks, pasta, local honey and more.

Contact: Mary Self, maryself@12southfarmersmarket.com

301B Madison St.



Sunday Noon-3 p.m.

Historic Amqui Station, the train station Johnny Cash saved, is hosting a producers-only farmersâTM market. Enjoy the covered market with air-conditioned restrooms. Open Sunday noon-3 p.m. Items include fruits, veggies, cheese, jams, tortillas, empanadas and more.

Contact: Nancy VanReece, 615-891-1154, nvanreece@gmail.com

Country Crossroads Market

6974 Old Hickory Blvd.

Whites Creek


Second Saturday of every month 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

The market is held the second Saturday of every month beginning during the growing season. The Country Crossroads Market is 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. Mutts welcome.

Contact: Nikkole Turner, 615-598-7389, nikkole.urbanorganix@yahoo.com

Shelby Park The Greenway

1900 Davidson St.



Wednesday 3:30-7 p.m.

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.

Contact: Maggie Odle, manager@eastnashvillemarket.com

5320 Hickory Hollow Pkwy.



Saturdays 9 a.m.- 1 p.m.

We are a casual, open-air, seasonal market in the Antioch business district known as Crossings Nashville. The market offers fresh local produce and artisan crafts that are all handmade, homemade or homegrown within the middle Tennessee area. Contact: Molly Martin, 615-712-5471, crossingsmarketvendors@gmail.com

451 Hogan Rd.



Thursday 4:30-7:00 p.m.

Opening Thursday, June 11 through Thursday, August 27, the Crieve Hall FarmersâTM Market features local produce and artisan products.

Contact: Kate Cortner, kate@fykgroup.com

Fresh Harvest LLC

Trinity Presbyterian Church

Hillsboro Rd.



Wednesday 4-6 p.m.

We are NashvilleâTMs 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.

Contact: John Drury, 931-623-0631, john.drury@att.net

Goodlettsville FarmersâTM Market

Goodlettsville Church of Christ

411 South Main St.



Thursday 3:30-6:30 p.m.

An open-air, seasonal farmersâTM 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 skincare, jewelry and handcrafted items.

Contact: Cheryl Zech, 615-440-7360, cherze@comcast.net

2730 Lebanon Pike



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 and musical entertainment. Monthly events include cooking demonstrations, kidsâTM programs and special musical events throughout the season.

Contact: Frank Trew, 615-696-9447, fm@hipdonelson.com

900 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.



Monday-Sunday 8 a.m.-6 p.m., with varying merchant hours

New this season - a year-round home to producer-only farmers, food artisans, restaurateurs, crafters, and merchants offering a wide-range of items. NFM is also home to over 19 restaurants open to 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Monthly Night Market and seasonal festivals on the third weekend of the month.

Contact: Tasha Kennard, 615-880-2001, farmersmarket@nashville.gov

* Nashville Farmers' Market at Vanderbilt

Corner of 21st and Blakemore Avenues



Thursday 3-6 p.m.

Over thirty local farmers and food artisans featuring their seasonal and delicious products at this producer-only market. The market has relocated to a larger space with plenty of pedestrian access and nearby parking. YouâTMll find fresh, straight-from-the-farm local produce, milks, cheeses, breads, flowers, meats, poultry, eggs and more.Â

Contact: Jolie Yockey, 615-880-2001, farmersmarket@nashville.gov

Richland Park FarmersâTM Market

Richland Park

4601 Charlotte Pike


Saturday 9 a.m.-noon

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

Contact: Eric Smith, 270-457-2847, eric@bugtusslefarm.com

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 NashvilleâTMs premier farmersâTM market.

Contact: Austin Sauerbrei, 940-782-0057, manager@westendfarmersmkt.com

Whole FoodsâTM Green Hills Sidewalk FarmersâTM Market

4021 Hillsboro Pike



Monday 4-7 p.m.

Held Mondays in June through August, a farmersâTM market is set up on the sidewalk outside of Whole Foods Market in the HG Hill Plaza. Supporting local vendors, farmers and community.

Contact: Jennifer Anthony, 615-440-5100

DeKalb County

205 E. Bryant St. (behind DeKalb Ace Hardware)


Saturday 6 a.m.-1 p.m., Tuesday 3 p.m.-6 p.m.

The DeKalb County FarmersâTM Market is open to all Tennessee producers. Located under the new pavilion behind Ace Hardware, the market is open Saturdays and Tuesdays. You can find beautiful, fresh produce grown by local producers, as well as delectable baked goods, handmade soaps and regional art.

Contact: Jeff Cantrell, 615-464-7373

Dickson County

Dickson County FarmersâTM Market

284 Cowan Rd.



Wednesday, Saturday Open at 8 a.m.

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, vwitcher@utk.edu

Franklin County

Franklin County FarmersâTM Market

FarmersâTM Market Pavilion

Dinah Shore Blvd.


Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 6 a.m.-noon

A producer-only market with seasonal vegetables, berries, plants, honey and handcrafted items.

Contact: Cathy Sanders, 931-967-3902

Rooted Here-The South Cumberland FarmersâTM Market & Food Hub

Jess Wilson

39 Ball Park Rd.



Tuesday 5-7 p.m.

We are an online farmersâTM 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.

Contact: Jess Wilson, 931-924-4539, jessandnate@yahoo.com

Giles County

Giles County FarmersâTM Market

1 Public Square

Courthouse Square


Saturday Open 6 a.m.

The market is comprised of local farmers selling fruits and vegetables with occasional baked goods.

Contact: Chamber of Commerce, 931-424-4044

Grundy County

Old Grundy County High School parking lot

14475 Hwy. 41

Tracy City

Thursday 2-5:30 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-noon

Join us Thursday evening and Saturday morning. The market features locally grown and locally made products including produce, eggs, meat, plants, canned and baked goods. We accept EBT/SNAP cards.

Contact: Darlene Seagroves, 931-592-8008, tracycityfarmersmarket@hotmail.com

Hickman County

Centerville FarmersâTM Market

1055 Wades Branch Rd.


Tuesday, Friday 8 a.m.-noon

The market features local produce, meats, baked goods and handcrafts. Call for additional information and directions.

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

Humphreys County

McEwen FarmersâTM Market

Right off State Hwy. 70


Friday 2-6 p.m.

We are committed to providing our customers with the freshest locally grown and harvested produce for a great price. Our food is not only fresher and tastes better, but by buying locally you are supporting the local economy.

Contact: Marty Moore, 931-582-6145

Lawrence County

Lawrence County FarmersâTM Market

Corner of Mahr Ave. and Taylor St.


Tuesday, Friday, 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.

Contact: Calvin Bryant, 931-852-4081, lbryant1@utk.edu

Macon County

Macon County FarmersâTM Market

Key Park

Church St.



Tuesday, Friday, Saturday 7 a.m.-noon

Thursday 3-6 p.m.

This vendor-operated market features local vegetables, fruits and some homemade items. We hope youâTMll drop in and support our local farmers.

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

Red Boiling Springs Community FarmersâTM Market

520 Lafayette Rd.

Red Boiling Springs

Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Barefoot FarmerâTMs produce, as well as other local producers.

Contact: Jeff Poppen, 678-787-0935, jeff@barefootfarmer.com

Marshall County

Henry Horton State Park FarmersâTM Market

4029 Nashville Hwy.

Chapel Hill


Saturday 7 a.m.-noon

Opening Saturday, June 27, Henry Horton State ParkâTMs Garden-to-Table garden, and now a farmersâTM market, connects park visitors to the homestead history of the park and offers park visitors and the local community an avenue for healthy, locally grown produce.

Contact: Mark Matzkiw, 931-364-7724, mark.matzkiw@tn.gov

Marshall County FarmersâTM Market

Rock Creek Park Pavilion

300 Old Farmington Rd.



Friday 6 a.m.-noon

Season begins the first Friday in July. 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 thereâTMs nothing like fresh produce, plants and other hand-grown and homemade items. ItâTMs great to know how your food was produced and who is behind all that hard work.

Contact: Shan Wells, 931-359-1279, shanwells@marshallcountytn.com

Maury County

Columbia FarmersâTM Fresh Market

FarmersâTM Market Pavilion
Riverwalk Park at Riverside Dr.

E. 5th St.


Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7 a.m.-noon

Columbia takes full advantage of surrounding farms and features vendors selling locally grown produce, eggs, meats, honey, jams, herbs and fresh cut flowers, as well as vendors selling handcrafted items and baked goods.

Contact: Columbia Main St., 931-388-3647, colmainst@maurycounty-tn.gov

Spring Hill FarmersâTM Market

Tennessee ChildrenâTMs Home

5350 Main St.

Spring Hill


Thursday 3:30-7:00 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. Vendors are from Marshall, Maury, Williamson, Hickman, Giles and Lawrence counties.

Contact: Sherry Johnson, 931-388-2897, springhillfarmersmarket@gmail.com

Montgomery County

Clarksville Downtown FarmersâTM 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, 931-645-7456, robert.rayburn@cityofclarksville.com

Moore County

Lynchburg FarmersâTM Market

Morehead Pavilion at Wiseman Park Rd.


Friday 3-6 p.m.

We are a small but growing market with a surprising variety of goods. We are open in the Morehead Pavilion in Wiseman Park in downtown Lynchburg.

Contact: Market Manager Shari Dodd, lynchburgfarmers@gmail.com

Overton County

Livingston-Overton County FarmersâTM Market

Corner of University and Spring Streets


Monday-Sunday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

Each day farmers bring into the market a plentiful supply of freshly grown home vegetables and fruits.

Contact: Darius Sims, 931-823-1269

Putnam County

Cookeville FarmersâTM Market

The Downtown Center Pavilion

201 Mahler St.


Monday-Sunday 6 a.m.-6 p.m.

The Downtown Center Pavilion is open every day for local farmers to sell to the public. Vendors sell locally grown produce and some baked goods in the open-air shelter area.

Contact: 931-520-5285

Monterey FarmersâTM Market

Intersection of Holly and W. Depot Streets


Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

This is a unique, open-air market promoting both local home growers and crafters of handmade, homemade products.

Contact: Julie Bohannon, 931-839-2111, depotadm@frontier.com

The Downtown Green Market

First Presbyterian Church

Corner of Dixie Ave. and Broad St.



Saturday 7 a.m.-noon

The Downtown Green Market is a producers-only market. YouâTMll 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 and baked goods. Contact: Randy Dodson, 931-267-9242

Robertson County

Springfield/Robertson County FarmersâTM Market

4635 Hwy. 41 N.

Robertson County Fairgrounds



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: Paul Hart, 615-384-2476, pehart@utk.edu

Rutherford County

LacassasâTM FarmersâTM 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 and crafts. Garden on-site and childrenâTMs activities.

Contact: Richard and Nina Hanson, 931-217-6019, hanson_farms@yahoo.com

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 offer produce, baked goods, fresh flowers and plants, eggs, honey, grain-fed beef and other farm-related products.

Contact: Kathleen Herzog, 615-895-1887, kbherzog@bellsouth.net

Community Center

Lane AgriPark, 315 John R. Rice Blvd.


Tuesday, Friday 7 a.m.-noon

This year, the market celebrates its 40th anniversary of 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.

Contact: Janie Becker, 615-898-7710, jbecker8@utk.edu

Stones River FarmersâTM Market

2250 Rock Springs Midland Rd.




We are a year-round online farmersâTM market. Customers place their orders Sunday and Monday, picking orders 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 items, honey, herbs, fruits, vegetables, cut flowers and skincare products.

Contact: John Erdmann, 615-848-8942, jerdmann58@bellsouth.net

Smith County

Smith County FarmersâTM 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 FarmersâTM Market

160 W Franklin St.

Gallatin Police Department



Wednesday 3-6 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m.-2 p.m.

We offer Tennessee-grown products including produce, flowers and herbs.

Contact: Greater Gallatin, 615-452-5692

Hendersonville FarmersâTM Market

The Streets of Indian Lake

300 Indian Lake Blvd.


Saturday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

The market is open every Saturday at the mall plaza. Fresh Maine lobster rolls and fresh oysters are new to the market this year. Farm vendors sell a wide variety of in-season produce (some organic); locally raised meats and eggs are also available.

Contact: Cheryl Puryear, 615-838-8238, cherylpuryear01@gmail.com

Warren County

Mary Cantrell

100 Market St.



Saturday 6:00 a.m.-noon

The market provides an avenue for local farmers to market their products to area consumers.

Contact: Mary Cantrell, 931-668-4068, jboab@blomand.net

White County

White County FarmersâTM Market

Metcalf Park just off of Hwy. 70 (Bockman Way)


Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 7 a.m.-noon

Just south of the Courthouse in downtown Sparta, White County farmers gather on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays to sell produce, fruits, herbs and more. The market is operated by the White County Agricultural Extension office.

Contact: Scott Swoape, 931-836-3348

Williamson County

East Franklin Farmers' Market

Rock Creek Nursery

4114 Murfreesboro Rd./US96


Saturday 8:30-3:30 p.m.

Farmer owned and operated featuring organic and sustainable farmers.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Contact: James Gardner, gardnergrove21@yahoo.com

Forest Hills UMC FarmersâTM 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 will 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. Over the past six years of this partnership, we have been able to touch the lives of hundreds of Williamson County families who would go without.

Contact: Mindi Godfrey, 619-312-7865, godfreymindi@gmail.com

Franklin FarmersâTM Market

The Factory

230 Franklin Rd.



Saturday 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

The market is 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. Many of our farmers offer bountiful CSA programs.

Contact: Deb Grant, 615-916-1274, deb@franklinfarmersmarket.com

7149 Nolensville Rd.



Saturday 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Fresh local products right here in Nolensville!

Contact: Kasi Daniels, info@nolensvillefarmersmarket.com

Wilson County

Lebanon FarmersâTM Market

4195 Maple St.

200 Castle Heights Ave. N.



We are an open-air, seasonal market with covered pavilion; open year-round from sun-up to sundown.

Contact: 615-443-2839

Mt. Juliet FarmersâTM Market

Charlie Daniels Park

1100 Charlie Daniels Parkway

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: Mt. Juliet City Hall, 615-758-6522, cjkiekens@cityofmtjuliet.org