Greenbelt Farmers' Market Network - Now Online

Jun 05, 2020   •   Food & Farming , News

Your Local Farmers Markets Now Online! 

The Greenbelt Farmers Market Network is a network of over 85 markets that span Southern Ontario. Funded by the Greenbelt Foundation for almost 10 years, this network works to build social and economic opportunities for the Greenbelt's farmers and producers. With support from the Greenbelt Foundation, the network is moving to online sales to ensure farmers have an online market place and that Ontarians are still able to access fresh, local food.

Use the list below to find the closest market to you. Simply click on the market and you will be taken directly to their online store.

Shop, pick up & enjoy!

     
                                                


Find your market 

  Barrie Farmers Market              Bradford Farmers Market       

Cobourg Farmers Market             Dufferin Grove Farmers Marke

Cabbage Town Farmers Market                  Erin Farmers Market

Elora Farmers Market                   George Town Farmers Market  

                          Evergreen Farmers Market         Flesherton & District Farmers Market                      

     Grimsby Farmers Market                 Junction Farmers Market             

       Newmarket Farmers Market               Owen Sound Farmers Market     

Orangeville Farmers Market                Leslieville Farmers Market     

      Rockwood Farmers Market                  Thornbury Farmers Market             

   UFT Scarborough Farmers Market             Wiarton Farmers Market                

         

Markets will be added on an ongoing basis so be sure to check back.      

The Greenbelt preserves 750,000 acres of some of Canada’s most productive farmland. As a working landscape, the Greenbelt is fundamental to our region's food security and sovereignty. The Greenbelt Foundation's strategic investments in local food and agriculture will continue to be imperative to rural economies, particularly as we strive toward economic recovery during and post-COVID-19.          


Let's support our farmers this season!