Listings in Farmers Markets
Farmers Markets are more than just an important sales outlet for local farmers; they are also a great gathering place for the local community and help to build a sense of place. Please be sure to check for seasonal hours and dates as these may change.
A farmers and crafts market. Patagonia Farmers Market is Thursdays 9-12 in front of Red Mountain Foods. Sonoita Farmers Market-Saturday mornings-opens again soon
Hwy 82 & 83 Intersection
Sonoita, Arizona 85637
The Camelback Market is designed to have a truly "European" flare with customers urged to take their time in wandering the stalls filled with the freshest local produce available, plus imported exotic fruits and vegetables.
3930 E Camelback Rd
Phoenix, Arizona 85018
Gilbert Farmers Market (GFM) features local, chemical free, organic produce from many local farmers, farm fresh eggs, meat, cheese, bread, sweets, coffee and tea, sauces, seasonings and many other locally made artisan products.
222 N Ash St
Gilbert, Arizona 85234
Serving the rural eastside of Tucson and Vail communities since 2001, the Rincon Valley Farmers and Artisans Market has offered locally grown food, handmade goods and plenty of family fun to the area.
12500 E Old Spanish Trail
Tucson, Arizona 85747
Your mid-week destination that connects the East Valley residents with local farmers, and vendors. Open seasonally on Wednesdays from 3pm-7pm.
4450 East Elliot Road, Higley, Arizona
Higley, Arizona 85236
Nestled at the base of the Catalina Mountains’ Pusch Ridge along the Northwest Oracle Road corridor is Steam Pump Ranch where the Oro Valley Farmers Market sets up every Saturday morning in the early dawn hours.
10901 N Oracle Rd
Oro Valley, Arizona 85737
The market is in its 10th year and features more than 100 local growers and specialty food producers. Be ready to find a wide variety of organic and pesticide-free produce, seasonal specialties such as cider and apples, flowers, pork, beef, and more
3806 North Brown Avenue
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
The weekly Nogales Mercado goes beyond food to support the local economy by hosting artisans, craftsmen and other local producers. Most importantly, everyone, including WIC, FMNP and SNAP beneficiaries, can buy locally-grown fruits & vegetables.
163 N Morley Ave
Nogales, Arizona 85621