On two acres of farmland in Cranston, Teo and Margarita’s forests of kale and collard greens thrive alongside patches of sweet and hot peppers, bees swirl around their nearby hives, and … Read More →
Farmers markets play an important role in increasing the availability and accessibility of local foods. They offer more places for local farmers and producers to sell their products, and invite the local community to gather over a variety of delicious, fresh foods in their own neighborhoods.
We operate farmers markets primarily in areas with limited access to fresh food — connecting eaters with a reliable source for nutritious, locally sourced options. Learn more about our Providence Year-Round Farmers Market and our Six Seasonal Farmers Markets, which run Spring through Fall.
Entered the local economy through our markets
Spent on fresh produce by SNAP/EBT shoppers
Local farmers/producers sold their produce
*Metrics represent farmers markets we operate, years 2007-2021.