Farmers Markets

DC Greens:  How To Farmers’ Market in DC


Table of Contents

Map of Greater DC Farmers Markets
List of Greater DC Farmers Markets
Farmer Market Organizations
Food Assistance Programs for Farmers Markets
Humane DC Map of Higher Animal Welfare Sources at Farmers Markets



Map of Greater DC Farmers Markets


Arcadia Mobile Markets Maps

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List of Greater DC Farmers Markets

Arcadia Mobile Markets
Farm-stands-on-wheels that distribute local, sustainably produced food to underserved communities in the Washington, DC area Check out this link for more info and locations of all their mobile farmer markets.

Stationary Markets

Ward 1

Adams Morgan Farmers Market – 18th St NW & Adams Mill Rd NW

Columbia Heights Farmers Market –  14th St NW and Park Road NW

Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market – 3200 Mt Pleasant St, NW

14 & U Farmers Market – 14th and U St NW

Farm’s Market at LeDroit Park – 3rd St NW & Elm St NW

Ward 2

By the White House Farmers Market – 810 Vermont Avenue NW

Capital Harvest Farmer’s Market – 1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW

City Center DC Farmers Market –  1098 New York Avenue NW

Dupont Circle Farmers Market – 1500 20th Street NW

Foggy Bottom Farmers Market – 901 23rd Street NW

Georgetown University Farmers Market – 37th St. and O St NW

Georgetown Farmers Market – 1044 Wisconsin Avenue NW

Glover Park Farmers Market – 1819 35th St NW

Penn Quarter Farmers Market – 801 F Street NW

Shaw Farmers Market – 925 Rhode Island Ave NW

USDA Farmers Market – Independence Ave SW & 12th St SW
 Rose Park Farmers Market – 1401-1499 26th St NW

Ward 3

Chevy Chase Farmers Market – 5601 Connecticut Ave NW

Cleveland Park Farmers Market – 3400-3500 Connecticut Ave NW

New Morning Farm Market at Sheridan School Yard – 36th St & Alton Place, NW

Palisades Farmers Market – 48th Place NW & MacArthur Blvd NW

UDC Farmers Market – 4340 Connecticut Ave NW

Ward 4

Petworth Community Market – 9th St NW & Upshur St NW

14th and Kennedy Farmers Market – 5501 Colorado Avenue, NW

Ward 5

Bloomingdale Farmers Market – 1st & R Streets, NW

Monroe St Farmers Market – 716 Monroe St NE

PCDC Edgewood Farmers Market – 680 Rhode Island NW

Rhode Island Row Farmers Market – 2350 Washington Pl NE

Ward 6

Capitol Riverfront Farmers Market – 200 M Street SE

H Street NE Farmers Market – 800 13th Street NE

Mt. Vernon Triangle Farmers Market – 499 I Street NW, Washington

Southwest DC Farmers Market – 4th and M st SW

Watkins Farmers Market – 1300 E St SE

Ward 7

Kenilworth-Parkside Farmers Market – 750 Parkside Place NE

Minnesota Ave. Farmers Market – 3924 Minnesota Avenue NE

Open Air Farmers Market – Benning Rd NE & Oklahoma Ave NE

East Capitol Farmer’s Market – 5901 E Capitol St SE

Ward 8

Ward 8 Farmers Market – 555 Newcomb Street SE

Greater DC – Virginia


Del Ray Farmers Market – 203 East Oxford Avenue, Alexandria

Four Mile Run Farmers’ & Artisans Market – Four Mile Run Park at 4109 Mt Vernon Avenue

Old Town Alexandria Farmers Market – 301 King Street

Old Town North Farmers’ Market – 901 N Royal St, Alexandria

West End Farmers’ Market – 4800 Brenman Park Drive, Alexandria


Arlington Farmers Market – 14th St N & N Courthouse Rd, Arlington

Columbia Pike Farmers Market – 2611 Columbia Pike, Arlington

Rosslyn Farmers Market – 1800 N. Lynn Street, Arlington


Ballston Farmers Market – 901 North Taylor Street, Ballston

Crystal City

Crystal City Farmers Market – 1965 Crystal Drive, Arlington

Falls Church

Falls Church Farmers Market – 300 Park Ave. Falls Church


Mosaic Central Farm Market – 2910 District Ave., Fairfax

Greater DC – Maryland


Bethesda Central Farm Market – 7600 Arlington Rd. at Old Georgetown Rd, Bethesda

Montgomery Farm Women’s Cooperative Market – 7155 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda

Pike Central Farm Market – 910 Rose Ave., North Bethesda

College Park

University of Maryland Farmers Market – Cole Student Activity Building – UMD, College Park

Silver Spring

Downtown Silver Spring Farm Market – 890 Ellsworth Drive, Silver Spring

Takoma Park

Crossroad Farmers Market – Anne St (between University Blvd & Hammond Ave) Takoma Park

Takoma Park Farmers Market – Laurel Avenue, Takoma Park

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Farmer Market Organizations

Farmer Market Managers

Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food and Agriculture

Community Food Works

Common Good City Farm

DC UrbanGreens

ECO City Farms


Markets and More

Takoma Crossroads Community Food Network


Ward 8 Farmer’s Market

DC Garden Organizations that Vend at Farmers Markets

Good Sense Farm

Little Wild Things City Farm

Owl’s Nest Farm

Up Top Acres

Farmers Market Advocates

D.C. Farmers’ Market Collaborative

DC Greens

DC Hunger Solutions

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Food Assistance Programs for Farmers Markets


Food Assistance Programs 

Produce Plus
D.C.’s city-wide farmers market food access program. Customers receiving any federal benefit (SNAP, WIC, TANF, SSI Disability, Medicaid, Medicare QMB) can get $10 to spend on produce up to twice a week.

Produce Rx
Doctors in D.C. write prescriptions for fresh fruits and vegetables that can be redeemed for free produce to help at-risk patients manage diet-related chronic illnesses.

SFMNP (Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program)
he SFMNP provides fresh fruits and vegetables to senior citizens of the District of Columbia who are eligible for and participate in the CSFP/Grocery Plus. The program expands the awareness and use of farmers’ markets, and also supports and promotes the daily consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables.

WIC Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program
The WIC Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) allows WIC participants to use their WIC Vegetables and Fruit Cash-Value Check (CVC) to buy fresh, locally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs from approved farmers’ market vendors.

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – SNAP/Food Stamps
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) is the new name for the federal Food Stamp Program. The Districts’ SNAP program helps low-income residents and families buy the food they need for good health. You can apply for benefits by completing a State application form. Benefits are provided on an electronic card that is used like an ATM card and accepted at most grocery stores and some farmers’ markets.

Opportunities to Help Food Assistance

DC Greens Farmers’ Market Brigade Trainings
Do you love farmers’ markets? How about meeting your neighbors, and giving back to your community? Volunteer with us through the Farmers’ Market Brigade to support the city’s Produce Plus program! There are over 30 farmers’ markets and multiple roles for you to choose from, and we need everyone on deck to help us support D.C. residents who struggle to afford fresh, healthy produce.
For all updates and opportunities with us, please read below:

  • Sign up for a Farmers’ Market Brigade Volunteer training
  • Apply to become a Volunteer Leader with the Brigade
  • Provide Language Interpretation at D.C. Farmers’ Markets
Farmers’ Market Brigade volunteers help distribute Produce Plus checks at participating neighborhood farmers’ markets in DC.

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Humane DC Map of Higher Animal Welfare Sources at Farmers Markets

Below is a map created by Humane DC to map out all the higher animal welfare (such as local 100% grassfed pasture raised farms) sources of meat, dairy and pet food at farmers markets, CSAs, and Buyers Club in the Greater DC area.

To learn more about the inhumane treatments of factory farms and all the amazing available alternatives, with higher levels of animal welfare, in the greater DC area from farm home deliveries, farmer markets, CSA, buyers clubs, grocery stores, restaurants and all the vegan options in DC, please click the link below:

Humane DC


Green – CSA pickup sites only from humane farms (Must sign up in advance)
Orange – Farmers market stands from humane farms
Red – no humane vendor info yet
Grey – Buyers club pickup sites
Blue – Options that need followup for more details

* Please visit each farm website for updates and instructions before visiting any site


Regardless of where you shop always look for the highest animal welfare option

Humane Farm Animal Care

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