The Athens Farmers Market is an organization of local farmers, craftspeople and volunteers working to make locally grown and sustainably produced food and craft available for the good of all.
The Athens Farmers Market exists to foster a dynamic economic and educational connection between community members, farmers, and artisans by providing a marketplace for food grown locally using sustainable farming methods and for locally produced hand crafted goods and prepared foods.
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Saturdays at Bishop Park: 8am - noon, April 5th - Dec 20th
Wednesdays at Creature Comforts Brewing Co: 4pm - 7pm, April 9th - Oct 29th
We accept credit, debit and EBT cards, as always, double the value of EBT dollars!
Here's what our farmers and food purveyors are bringing to market in November
Produce: arugula, beets, bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, eggplants, herbs, garlic, green onions, kale (many varieties), kohlrabi, lettuces (mixes, head lettuces), mushrooms, peppers (sweet & hot), potatoes, pumpkins, radishes, rutabaga, salad mixes, sunchokes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, turnip greens, winter squash (many varieties)
Veggie and herb plants for your garden
Meats: Pastured heritage breed pork, beef, and chicken!
Eggs: from happy pastured chickens
Coffee: fresh brewed coffee and roasted beans
Dairy: Hard cheeses made from local milk
Floral: Bouquets, Arrangements, Single Stems
Prepared Foods: Bagels, Baguettes, Breads (many organic varieties), Biscuits, Chai Tea Mix, Cookies, Dips, Granola, Honey, Honey Popsicles, Indian foods, Jams, Juices (cold pressed), Marmalades, Meal Kits, Middle Eastern foods, Muffins, Pasta, Pastries, Pestos, Pickles, Preserves, Ravioli, Seasonings, Soups, Syrups, Vegan foods, Wheat (locally grown and milled)