Local Farmers Markets
31 & Main Farmers Market
In its second season, 31 & Main Farmers Market is an outdoor market hosted at the Campus Town Clock Tower Square at TCNJ. The Market provides opportunities for residents to access locally grown produce and other food items important to the welfare of a healthy community. It is open seasonally from June 11 through October 29, 2017. Hours: Sundays from 10 am – 2 pm.
Location: intersection of Route 31 and E Main Blvd, Ewing, NJ
Phone: 443 248-6738
Trenton Farmers Market
Our Trenton Farmers Market on Spruce Street has a long history. The facility has indoor stalls with overhead doors and hosts over 40 local vendors. The Market sells fresh meats, baked goods, poultry, plants, flowers, decorations, jewelry and even apparel in addition to the fresh fruits and vegetables from our local farmers. It is open all year. Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9AM to 6PM
Location: 960 Spruce Street Lawrence Township, NJ 08648
Pennington Farmers Market
Active on Saturdays from June to October, 9am-1pm
Location: Rosedale Mills 101 Rt. 31 North, Hopewell Township
Princeton Farmers Market
An outdoor weekly market in the center of downtown Princeton near the library. The outdoor market opens Thursday, May 16th, from 11am to 4pm. They run indoor markets at the library during the winter. Check their website for availability.
Location: Hinds Plaza near the Princeton Public Library
Phone: 551-655-8095 or 609-924-8431
West Windsor Community Farmers Market
The West Windsor Community Farmers Market is an outdoor market located at the Vaughn Drive parking lot of the Princeton Junction train station off of Alexander Road within one mile of Route 1. It currently hosts 15 farms and 10 non-farm, artisan food vendors. It is open Saturdays from 9- 1 during the season until late November. The last Saturday of the 2013 season is November 23rd.
Location: at the Vaughn Drive parking lot of the Princeton Junction train station off of Alexander Road within one mile of Route 1.
Phone: (609) 933-4452 [Manager: Chris Cirkus] and email: email@example.com
Hightstown Farmers Market
Location: Memorial Park (center of town), Hightstown
Open: June – Aug., Fridays, 5pm – 8pm
Robbinsville Farmers Market
Location: Rte. 526 & Hwy 33, Robbinsville
Open: June -Sept, Mondays, 3pm – 7:30pm
Center for Food Safety “a national non-profit public interest and environmental advocacy organization working to protect human health and the environment by curbing the use of harmful food production technologies and by promoting organic and other forms of sustainable agriculture. CFS also educates consumers concerning the definition of organic food and products.”
Edible Jersey Magazine This NJ magazine covers all aspects of our local food, from source to table and highlights all who are involved. “Why? Because [they] believe that an understanding and enjoyment of local foods provide the critical path to a healthier and more sustainable world.”
Home Grown Cow Network A resource for people who care where their meat, poultry and cheese comes from and for local farmers to connect with their customers online.
Jersey Fresh the NJ DoA’s website featuring information on whatever you might need to know about what’s growing in the Garden State.
Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey (NOFA-NJ)
Their mission is to “supporting sustainable food and agriculture in New Jersey through education, technical assistance, and policy action.”
Organic Consumers Association a non-profit 501(c)3 public interest organization that campaigns for health, justice, and sustainability
Slow Food Central New Jersey
What is Slow Food? It is a movement embracing a way of living and eating that is linked with a commitment to community and the environment.
CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture)
What is a CSA? It is a group of individuals who purchase a membership in a local farm in order to obtain a weekly share of its anticipated harvest. Members pay at the beginning of the season and thus provide stability for the farmer and also share in the risk (and benefits) of his harvest. For more details see the following video from YouTube:
Nearby CSAs Include:
(If you know of additional CSAs in our area, please let us know)
Mercer County Park Old Trenton Road, West Windsor 609.509.0817
Appelget Family Farm
135 Conover Rd., West Windsor 609.902.8372
Cherry Grove Organic Farm Certified Organic
Chickadee Creek Farm certified organic and certified transitional* vegetable, flower and herb farm.
Griggstown Quail Farm and Market CSA
986 Canal Road, Princeton 908.359.5218
Honey Brook Organic Farm Certified Organic
260 Wargo Road, Pennington 609.737.8899
Orchard Farm Organics Certified Organic
1052 Cherry Hill Road, Princeton 609.466.1365
Sansone’s Farm Market
245 Lambertville-Hopewell Rd., Hopewell 609-466-1323
Windy Acres Farm
214 Windsor Rd., Robbinsville 609.722.2122
Z Food Farm
3501 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville 609.610.4909
BeechTree Farm – a Hopewell farm that sells their grassfed beef directly to consumers, as well as pork, lamb and free range eggs.
105 Crusher Road, Hopewell. NJ
Blue Moon Acres Pennington Farm that grows organic vegetables with a lovely store for buying local organic produce.
11 Willow Creek Drive, Pennington, NJ 08534
Cherry Grove Organic Farm Grass-fed beef and sheep with an onsite
creamery and cheeses.
11 Carter Road, Princeton, NJ 08540 609.306.5139
Chickadee Creek Farm A certified organic and certified transitional vegetable, flower and herb farm. The transitional label refers to a 3 year process of organic certification.
80 Titus Mill Road, Pennington, NJ 08534 609.462.3854
Lee Turkey Farm Roadside market and Pick Your Own Offerings
Open: May – Dec., Mon – Sat. 9 am – 6 pm, Sun. 2 pm – 6 pm
201 Hickory Corner Rd., East Windsor, NJ
Terhune Orchards Has organic certification by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture for 8 acres of the farm. Lovely farm store and a great farm experiences for the family. Open year round.
330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton, NJ 08540 609.924.2310
Z Food Farm Certified organic vegetables
3501 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 609.610.4909