Bring your kids to join our weekly educational program. Kids will use a "passport" to collect stamps for completing activities. When the passport is stamped 6x, kids receive a free farm-to-table meal from a local restaurant.
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Did You Know?
Money spent at the Roswell Farmers and Artisans Market stays within the community, unlike money spent at a chain-grocery store. Growers that sell locally are more likely to employ multiple members of the community than commercial, large-scale growers.
Shopping at the Roswell Farmers and Artisans Market directly benefits our local economy!
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There's plenty of parking available (including handicap parking) at City Hall and the shaded vendor area is a short walk away.
Dogs are allowed the market. With this privilege, we ask that you keep your dog under control, pick up waste, and protect our vendors' products as best you can. Thank you!
How to Pay
Bring both cash and debit/credit. Most vendors accept cards but several farmers do not.
To be an advocate in building community around a local and sustainable food economy. To create a marketplace for purchase direct from the producer. To promote healthy, sustainable lifestyles. - Michael McLane
Food for thought
Don't eat anything your grandmother wouldn't recognize as food. - Michael Pollan
Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education. - Mark Twain
Looking for student interns to get involved. Many opportunities for marketing, social media, teaching exist. A great way to learn about community building and farmers market administration. Community service and resume builder.