Local Agriculture Events in Northeastern Massachusetts

We’ve gathered information on classes, Farmers’ Markets, workshops and more!

Farm Spotlight

Towerhill Farm
276 Ames Street Lawrence MA 01841
(978) 688-2878

Lynn Central Square Farmers’ Market

Lynn Central Square Farmers' Market Mt. Vernon St. & Exchange St., Lynn

The Lynn Central Square Farmers' Market operates at Mt. Vernon Street and Exchange Street. Thursdays, 11am-3pm - July to November


Framingham Farmers’ Market

Framingham Farmers' Market Village Green at Framingham Center, Framingham

Farm fresh produce; grass fed beef, pork, poultry, eggs, fresh fish, breads, local wine, various artists and assortment of food artisans. June-October: Thursdays, 12-5:30pm  


Melrose Farmers’ Market

Melrose Farmers' Market Bowden Park, 167 West Emerson Street, Melrose

The Melrose Farmers’ Market is one of the longest running farmers’ market in Massachusetts.  The farmers’ market provides fresh, in-season vegetables, fruits, meats, fish, bread, and food grown and produced... View Article


Belmont Farmers’ Market

Belmont Farmers Market 10 Chaflin Street, Belmont

'A fun & welcoming weekly community event. Great local food and much more: Storytime, performances for kids and grownups, community information, and chats with friends and neighbors. Thursdays, 2pm-6:30pm -... View Article


Cape Ann Farmers’ Market

Cape Ann Farmers' Market Harbor Loop, Gloucester

Cape Ann Farmers’ Market has over 40 vendors, live music, education, children’s activities and more. The market supports small local farmers, fishermen, and food producers. They partner with local non-profits... View Article


Medford Farmers’ Market

Medford Farmers' Market 2501 Mystic Valley Parkway, Medford

The Medford Farmers’ Market strengthens the diverse community through access to fresh, healthy, and local food direct from local farmers & producers. Thursdays, 3 pm to 7 pm – June... View Article


Salem Farmers’ Market

Salem Farmers' Market 25 Memorial Drive, Salem

The Salem Farmers’ Market is a tradition that dates back to 1634. With its peak around 1930, where more than 40 vendors sold goods in collapsible wooden stalls, an estimated... View Article