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Farmers Markets

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Arlington // Saturdays, 8am-12pm

Gracing the intersection of N. Courthouse Rd. and N. 14th Street, adjacent to the Arlington County Courthouse parking lot, the Arlington Farmers Market has given Arlingtonians access to the freshest locally-grown foods featuring produce, meats, cheeses, milk, honey and pasta since 1979. Operating year-round, this market allows the good people of Northern Virginia to get their locally roasted, fresh-brewed and whole-bean coffee nearly every Saturday of the year. 

    

 

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Columbia Heights // Saturdays, 9am-1pm

Founded in 2010, the Columbia Heights Farmers Market is operated by Community Foodworks and takes place on the Civic Plaza at 14th St and Park Road NW. Over the past five years it has become one of the most successful markets in Washington, DC and is the location where Community Foodworks launched its first food access programs, enabling thousands of low-income customers access to healthy, local food and made the market one of the most diverse and inclusive in the city. We are proud to deliver fresh, quality, craft-roasted coffee each week during the CHFM season.

    

Rhode Island Row // Saturdays, 10am-2pm

2350 Washington Place, NE.

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Shaw // Alternating Sundays, 10am-2pm

925 Rhode Island Avenue, NW.

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USDA Farmers Market // Fridays, 9am-2pm

Located in the USDA Headquarters parking lot on the corner of Independence Avenue and 12th Street SW, the USDA Farmers Market is the Department's own "living laboratory" for farmers market operations across the country. The market supports the local economy, increases marketing opportunities for farmers and small businesses, provides access to an assortment of local and regionally sourced products, and increases access to healthy, affordable food in the District of Columbia's Ward 2.

Now in its 22nd year, USDA’s farmers market is a living demonstration of USDA’s dedication to supporting local and regional food systems and increasing consumer access to fresh, healthy foods in our community.

 

 

 

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