Bentonville Farmers Market Saturdays, 7am to 1pm. April 24th through October 30th. The Downtown Square.
Fayetteville Farmers Market – Downtown Fayetteville
Saturdays, 7am to 2pm. Tuesdays and Thursdays 7am to 1pm. April through November. The Fayetteville Square.
Fayetteville Farmers Market at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks
Saturdays 7am to 12 noon. Wednesdays 4pm to 7pm. April through November. Botanical Garden of the Ozarks.
Eureka Springs Farmers Market
Pine Mountain Village, 2075 E. Van Buren St. Eureka Springs, AR 72631. Tuesdays and Thursdays 7:00AM- Noon, April-November. The market has between 12 and 20 vendors featuring locally grown and organic produce, pasture raised poultry and eggs, organic beef, bakery products, hand milled soaps and beauty products, and hand-made, farm-based crafts.
Gravette Farmers Market
Saturdays, 9am to 1. May through
September. 110 Park Dr in Old Town Park.
Green Fork Farmers Market
Wednesdays 4pm to 7pm. Year Round. In the Breezeway at Nightbird Books, 205 W. Dickson St. Pre-orders encouraged.
Madison County Farmers Market
Tuesdays and Saturdays, 7am to Noon. May through October. The square in Huntsville, AR.
Rogers Farmers Market
Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7am to 1pm, Mondays, 4pm to 7pm. May through November. Corner of Elm and Arkansas in Historic Downtown Rogers.
Siloam Springs Farmers Market
Tuesdays and Saturdays, 8am to 1pm. April to October. City Park in Downtown Siloam Springs
Springdale Farmers Market
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 7am to 1pm. May through October. On the Memorial Walk at the Jones Center for Families, Hwy 265 and Emma Ave, Springdale.
West Fork Farmers’ Market
Saturdays, 7am to Noon. April through 1st frost. Wednesdays 3pm to dusk, June through Sept. Mondays, 3pm to dusk, July through August. Downtown West Fork at the corner of Highway 71 and Campbell Loop, next to the city Administration Bldg.
Winslow Farmers Market
Saturdays 9am-noon. Beginning in April. Downtown Winslow at the Train Depot.
Wren Thicket Farmers Market Saturdays 9am to 12 noon. Year round. Fayetteville Firefighters’ Association building at 1041 South School Street in Fayetteville.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
What is a CSA? It’s a way to get primo produce while insuring your local farmer customers and capital. To join a CSA you generally pay an annual fee before the season begins to reserve your share. This helps your farmer plan their production and provides cash to get the crop planted. If a farmer both provides a CSA and produce at a farmers’ market, CSA subscribers get first dibs! CSA are usually the best deal for farmers and customers.
Here’s a list of CSAs in Northwest Arkansas:
- Cobblestone Project – The Farm
- Dripping Springs
- Northwest Arkansas Local Harvest CSA
- Summer Kitchen Family Farm
- Sycamore Valley Farm
You’ll find even more local CSAs at www.localharvest.org. Simply search for your area by entering your zip code or city in the search box to the right on their CSA information page.
If you notice that an area market or CSA is missing, please let us know!