Inclement Weather Update:

Due to inclement weather, Northern Liberties and Clark Park Farmers Markets will be opening 1hr delayed Saturday, February 17th to allow for safe travel and snow removal. 

Saturday 2/17 markets will now open at 11:00am.

Farm-fresh produce, in your neighborhood

At the peak of the growing season, The Food Trust’s Farmers Market Program operates a network of farmers markets in Philadelphia, including Clark Park Farmers Market, Philly’s oldest year-round market, and Headhouse Farmers Market, one of the city’s largest outdoor markets.

All of our markets accept SNAP/EBT and P-EBT, Food Bucks (fruit and vegetable coupons), and WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) checks. Farmers and vendors accept cash, with many able to accept credit, debit, and pre-orders. The Food Trust Farmers Markets make fruits and vegetables more affordable to everyone.

Vendor Information

Explore our markets!

The Food Trust’s farmers markets offer local produce, meats, dairy, dry goods and more in neighborhoods across the city. We accept cash, EBT/P-EBT, Food Bucks and WIC/senior checks, and many of our vendors also accept credit/debit. Check out our individual market pages below, or download our 2023 Farmers Market Guide for easy reference.

There is so much to discover in your neighborhood.

Currently open:

Our Partner Markets

Throughout the year, The Food Trust works with partner farmers markets to ensure Food Bucks can be redeemed, even when our staff is not on-site.

For information about Fitler Square Farmers Market, please visit Brogue Hydroponics at, visit them on Instagram or email For pre-orders and home delivery information, email

Or, click here to find more locations to redeem your Food Bucks, including local corner stores and supermarkets.



Are you interested in becoming a market sponsor?

Click here for more information, or contact Elizabeth Weihmann, Senior Manager of Development and Communications ( or 215‑575-0444, ext. 118).

Meet the Farmers Market team


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