Farm Fresh RI Markets
Fresh food from 90 family farms and producers
to thousands of Rhode Island families.
Weekly Farmers Market Preview
Be in the loop on what's fresh at your neighborhood farmers market.


For daily updates we're doing that Twitter thing.
Sell at our Markets
We're looking for a variety of veggies, fruits, bread, seafood, eggs, meat and prepared foods. Interested? Tell us what you produce!

Summer Mkts: Vendor App / Civic Group App

Wintertime Mkt: Vendor App / Civic Group App

RI Farmers Market Vendor Guide
Volunteer at our Markets
Help out at your neighborhood market. Lend a hand with outreach, set up, clean up and other behind-the-scenes logistics. We're looking for musicians, spoken word artists, chefs, nutritionists and other talented folks. Fill out our volunteer application to get involved.
For Market Managers
RI Farmers Market Manager Guide has ideas, answers and resources as you grow your market.

Starting a New Market? Use these questions to guide your planning.
Our Market Partners
  • Algonquin House
  • Brown University
  • City of Pawtucket
  • City of Providence
  • Hope Artiste Village
  • Hope St Farmers Market Association
  • Providence Foundation
  • Providence Housing Authority
  • Southside Community Land Trust
  • Thundermist Health Center
  • West Broadway Neighborhood Association
  • Wholesome Wave
2014 Farmers Market Programs
Farm Fresh RI operates programs at 8 summer farmers markets and a winter market in neighborhoods across our state, and we facilitate SNAP / EBT acceptance at 8 more. We believe that every Rhode Island family should be able to take part in the fresh bounty of veggies, fruit, herbs, eggs, meats and cheeses produced by our local farmers. And we believe that our farmers are the key to vibrant cities and to vibrant countryside. That's why Farm Fresh RI works to increase access to fresher, tastier food through the 55 farmers markets across Rhode Island. Our markets connect rural and urban communities, and strengthen the environment, health and quality of life of local farmers and eaters.

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Cooking fresh
Healthy Foods,
Healthy Families

Lessons and tips to shop for and cook affordable fresh foods, offered in a three sessions in English and Spanish for parents and kids at five of our summer farmers markets.
Healthy Foods, Healthy Families is possible thanks to the generosity of Blue Cross Blue Shield, Fresh Sound Foundation, van Beuren Charitable Foundation, Seven Stars Bakery and CVS Caremark.

Healthy Servings for Seniors
Six workshops on maintaining a healthy diet emphasizing fruits and vegetables, in partnership with URI Community Nutrition.

RI Harvest Calendar
Learn when fruits and veggies are in season.
More at the Market
Fruit & Vegetable Prescriptions
Our Woonsocket Farmers Market is one of seven pilot sites in the country, targeting young families most at-risk for diet-related diseases. In partnership with Wholesome Wave and Thundermist.

Community Composting at Armory
Thanks to Sidewalk Ends Farm, you can now bring your veggie scraps to the Armory Farmers Market for composting.

More RI Farmers Markets
There is a market every day of the week and in almost every town in Rhode Island. Learn about farmers markets in your area. Find directions, vendors and what to expect.
We accept
SNAP • WIC • Senior Coupons
Credit / Debit Cards • Cash

at all Farm Fresh RI markets.
$2 Bonus Bucks for every
$5 of SNAP spent at our markets
(markets in the green box above)
Learn about SNAP and Bonus Bucks, or ask at the market info table.
The Bonus Bucks program is possible thanks to the generosity of Wholesome Wave, Citizens Bank, June Rockwell Levy Foundation, The Rhode Island Foundation, Bank RI, the City of Providence, Frederick C. Tanner Memorial Fund, Feinstein Foundation, and individual donors. Donate to the Bonus Bucks Fund.

Our Market Standards

Our goal is to foster markets with a diversity of locally grown and produced foods that are accessible to all segments of the population and unrivaled in quality and freshness.

Farm Products
Produce, Honey, Maple Syrup, Eggs, Dairy, Meat, Flowers, Fiber:
Over the course of the farmers market season, 80% of what you sell must be grown on your own farm. 100% must be sourced from farms in RI, MA, or CT. We require the display of the farm and state origins of the purchased food.
Artisanal Products
Bread, Coffee, Chocolate, Jams, Pickles, Non-Farm Dairy, Soap:
Must be crafted in RI, MA or CT and made with local ingredients if those ingredients are available from farms in New England. We require the display of the farm and state origins for the locally sourced ingredients. Must be made in a kitchen licensed by the RI Department of Health.
Prepared Foods
Sandwiches, Salads, Pastries:
Must be made in a kitchen licensed by the RI Department of Health. Vendors must sell at least one item with ingredients grown in RI, MA or CT. We require the display of the farm and state origins for the locally sourced ingredients.