City Farms Markets: Community-Run | Urban & Regional Growers | Fresh Food for All

City Farms Markets are a network of community-run farmers markets in New York City that support both urban growers and regional farmers and serve low-income communities. In 2014, there are 28 City Farms Markets in Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan and Queens.

Each City Farms Market is started and managed by members of their own community who want to bring fresh, affordable food to their neighborhoods. The Network is managed by Just Food, providing member markets with training and resources, networking opportunities, cooking demonstrations by Just Food Community Chefs, network vendor and market insurance, and more.

2014 City Farms Markets

The Heights Community Farmers Market (Thu, Morris Heights/University Heights)
Kingsbridge-Riverdale Farmers Market (Sun, Kingsbridge)
La Familia Verde Farmers Market (Tue, East Tremont/Crotona)
The Market at Bissel Gardens (Wed/Sat, Wakefield)
Mott Haven Farmers Market (Wed, Mott Haven)
South Bronx Farmers Market (Sat, Mott Haven)
Taqwa Community Farmers Market (Sat, Highbridge)

Edible Schoolyard Farmstand (Wed, East Harlem)
Grassroots Farmers Market (Tue/Sat, Harlem)
PS11 Farm Market (Wed, Chelsea)

BSCAH Edgemere Farm Market (Sat, Far Rockaway)
Pomonok Community Farmers Market (Wed, Flushing)

Bushwick Farmers’ Market (Wed/Thurs/Sat, Bushwick)
East New York Farm Stand (Wed, East New York)
East New York Farmers Market (Sat, East New York)
Hattie Carthan Community Market (Sat, Bed Stuy)
Hattie Carthan After-Church Market (Sun, Bed Stuy)
Malcolm X Blvd Community Farmers Market (Sat, Bed Stuy)
Marcy Plaza Community Farmers Market (Wed, Bed Stuy)
PS 295 Farmers Market (Thu, Greenwood Heights)
Saratoga Farm Market (Sat, Bed Stuy)
Urban Oasis Farmers Market (Wed, Flatbush)
Walt L. Shamel Farmers Market (Sat, Crown Heights)
Youth Farm Market (Wed, Flatbush)

Click here for a detailed list of our 2014 Markets!

Benefits are welcome and incentives are available at all City Farms Markets. Use you EBT/SNAP, FMNP (WIC & Senior) and WIC Fruit & Vegetable Checks. Inquire about Health Bucks or Fresh Connect Checks.

How can I join an existing market?

Our City Farms Markets provide opportunities for gardeners to sell their produce. In addition, City Farms Markets rely heavily on volunteers, and are always looking for volunteers to help run their market.

If you are a farmer looking for a farmers market, visit our farmer webpage.

How can I start a City Farms Market?

Starting a farmers market is a lot of work and a lot of fun! To start a City Farms Market, you must have: 1) a committed group 2) community gardeners interested in selling their produce 3) support of your community. The City Farms Program hosts a training program for groups that meet those 3 goals and want to start a farmers market.

To apply for the Market Training Program in 2015, contact or 212.645.9880 x237.