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Location: The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Road
When: While the Franklin Farmer’s Market is open year round, the summer market is now open through October.
Hours: 8a-1p every Saturday
Shoppers will see 100+ vendors and enjoy special events.
The Franklin Farmer’s Market (FFM) began in 2002 when eight farmers came together to create the the 501(c)(5) non-profit agricultural organization with the mission to keep Tennessee’s beautiful farmlands green and growing. The FFM provides a connection between farmers and the public to create a partnership that assures a more sustainable future for everyone.
With a large base of loyal customers, the Franklin Farmers Market has grown from a summer-only marketplace to a year-round operation and the number of farms participating in the market each year has increased from 8 to over 70 farms.
The Farmers Market at Berry Farms is a Summer market that operates every Tuesday from 4:00 pm-7:00 pm and is located in the Berry Farms Town Center at the intersection of Lewisburg Pike and Goose Creek Bypass.
You’ll find a wide variety of fresh and local produce, meat, dairy, baked goods and more at the Berry Farms Farmer’s Market. The market is a producer-only market, so everything you see is homegrown or handmade. Wondering what’s in season this week? Check out this seasonality chart from Pick TN Products.
The Westhaven Farmer’s Market takes place at Townsend Green (across from the Westhaven Residents’ Club) every Wednesday from 3pm until 7pm.
Location: City Park Shopping Center
When: Now Through Oct 17th
Hours: Thursdays 4pm – 7pm
The Brentwood Farmers Market started June 2018. As a producer-only market, full of fresh produce, responsibly raised meats, fresh baked bread, free-range chicken eggs, local honey, handmade crafts and more!
The Spring Hill Farmers Market sets up each Thursday at Harvey Park in Spring Hill, TN. Live music, family fun, and good homegrown food to eat, this is sure to be a community event that you won’t want to miss.
The Spring Hill Farmers Market is a non-profit event that collects 10% of vendors sales each week and donates it to local charities.
The Nolensville Farmer’s Market is a producer-only market, open on Saturday mornings at the Historic Nolensville School. The NFM Board takes pride in bringing fresh, local food to Nolensville while supporting local farmers and artisans. You will find all kinds of organic or naturally grown produce, several varieties of meat, baked goods, farm fresh eggs, crafts and food trucks!
The Nolensville Farmer’s Market is the brainchild of Dr. Miro Bandalo and several of his patients that were interested in having more local, natural products closer to home. After talking about it for months (and prescribing fresh food diets to his patients) he started to recruit volunteers to help make his dream a reality. After some arm twisting, both figuratively and literally, he was able to put together the founding Board of Directors.
Columbia Farmers’ Fresh Market takes full advantage of surrounding farms and features vendors selling honey, jams, eggs, baked goods cut flowers, locally raised meats, and of course, lots of local produce sold directly by the farmer.
You’ll also find several artisans that produce hand-crafted items such as soaps, jewelry, woodcraft, balms, salves, and skin care