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Vermont Farmers' Markets

If you’re not sure where your local farmers’ market is, or if you plan on driving around the state this summer and want to drop in on a market that is new to you, keep this list as a reference. The markets listed here are members of the Vermont Farmers’ Market Association (VTFMA), whose purpose is to encourage and establish successful farmers’ markets in Vermont. Members of the VTFMA engage in statewide promotion of farmers’ markets, networking opportunities, building a collective voice for farmers’ markets, accessing educational possibilities, and strengthening financial assistance for farmers’ markets. You can learn more about the VTFMA at vtfma.org.

St. Johnsbury Farmers' Market

May 14 to October 29 | Saturday 9am–1pm

Pearl Street
St. Johnsbury

Stowe Farmers Market

May 15 to October 16 | Sunday 10:30am to 3pm

Rte. 108, Mountain Rd.

Townshend Farmers Market

May 27 to October 14 | Friday 4 to 7pm

West Townshend Country Store

UVM Medical Center Farmers Market

May 16 to October 16 | Thursday 2:30 to 5pm

UVM Medical Center Davis Concourse

Vermont Farmers Market | Saturday

May 7 to October 29 | Saturday 9am to 2pm

Downtown Rutland - Depot Park next to Walmart

Vermont Farmers Market | Wednesday

May 11 to October 26 | Wednesday 3 to 6pm

Downtown Rutland - Depot Park next to Walmart

Waitsfield Farmers Market

May 14 to October 15 | Saturday 9 to 1pm

Rte 100, Mad River Green

West River Farmers Market

May 28 to October 8 | Saturday 9am to 1pm

Intersection of Rte 11E & 100N

Whitingham Farmers Market

July 1 to October 7 | Friday 4 to 7pm

Whitingham Municipal Center

Windsor Farmers Market

May 28 to October 15 | Saturday 11am to 2pm

Windsor Town Green, State St.

Winooski Farmers Market

May 29 to October 9 | Sunday 10am to 2pm

Champlain Mill Green, Winooski Falls Way
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