We take great pride in the freshness, color, and variety of our vegetables, and offer an array of products that are unavailable elsewhere such as zucchini blossoms, shell beans and okra. Moreover, customers often get very excited about finding foods from their childhood; it has been one of our greatest joys to provide that sense of satisfaction to our customers. Friendly market banter frequently sparks meaningful conversations about people’s different experiences and the role that food plays in our lives.
Saturdays 7:00 am - 1:00 pm, April 27 - November 9
This is a terrific grower-only market founded in 1972 on Gothic Street, in downtown Northampton.
Wednesday from 2-6pm May 1 to October 16, N. Pleasant & Triangle Streets
Wednesday Market at Kendrick Park is a new farmers' market in Amherst. An amazing lineup of farms plus fabulous food trucks, live music and more! Kendrick Park is a great shady spot for kids to play and adults to catch up just steps from UMass and downtown Amherst.
Tuesdays 12:30 - 6:00 pm May 7-October 29
2nd and 4th Saturdays 10am-2pm November-April (Monkey House)
Right inside Forest Park on Sumner Avenue in Springfield. No fee to enter park for market customers. Map this market.
The Forest Park Farmers' Market is one of the Valley's premier markets featuring a diverse selection of local fruits and vegetables plus grass-fed beef, glass-bottled hormone-free milk, farmstead cheeses, organic artisan bread, pork, honey, kettle corn, and more!
Saturdays 8:00 am - 12:30 pm May-October
Court Square between Town Hall and the Town Common in downtown Greenfield. Map this market.
The Greenfield Winter Farmers Market runs the first Saturday of the month December-March at Greenfield High School, 1 Lenox St.
Founded in 1975, the Greenfield Farmers' Market has recently grown into a Franklin County destination offering a full array of local vegetables and fruit as well as pasture-raised beef, lamb, pork and eggs, farmstead chevre and organic cows' milk cheese and yogurt, wood-fired organic sourdough bread, maple syrup, honey, cut flowers and bedding plants, wool and fleece, jams and pickles, crepes, live music and handmade artisan crafts.
We'll be back at the 15th annual North Quabbin Garlic & Arts Festival, Saturday and Sunday October 5 & 6, 2013 at Forsters Farm, 60 Chestnut Hill Rd. in Orange. We'll be selling garlic for eating and planting plus a gorgeous spread of fall vegetables. We'll also be doing a cooking demonstration of one of our favorite garlic recipes on Saturday 9/29 at 2:30 p.m.! Map this festival.