Every Saturday from 9am-1pm the Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace can be found off of Georgia & Macomb. Each week you can check out vendors such as iGrow, Frenchtown Beez, and Tallahassee Aquaponics Urban Farm!
Tallahassee’s oldest farmer’s market can be found at Market Square—1415 Timberlane Rd—on Saturdays from 8am-3pm, although most of the organic farms leave closer to noon. Saturdays are typically busiest, but some vendors are also present on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Each 2nd and 4th Saturday from March-June and September-December you can find the You Make It You Grow It farmer’s market from 10am–3pm in the Railroad Square Art Park at 602 McDonnell Drive.
During the months of March to November, Saturdays 9am-2pm you can enjoy products from local farmers, artists, crafters, food vendors, and live musicians off of Monroe and Park Ave. This is a great excuse to take some time to go explore downtown!
Every Wednesday from noon to dusk you’ll find the Grower’s Market at Lake Ella behind the Black Dog Café. All of the products are grown by farmers local to the Tallahassee area—which means no re-sellers!
The Red Hills Online Farmer’s Market is a nonprofit that offers products produced or grown within a 100 mile radius of Tallahassee, which can be delivered to your home or a nearby delivery hub. Everything sold on their site comes directly from local farms & producers.
One particularly prominent provider of local goods is Orchard Pond Organics. Their products can be found at a wide variety of locations, including Market Square Farmer’s Market, Lake Ella Grower’s Market, and even local businesses such as Sweet Pea and Liberty Bar. They also offer volunteer opportunities on the farm where you can be compensated with fresh produce!