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Support Your Local Williamson County Farmers Markets!

Support Your Local Williamson County Farmers Markets!

It’s important to know where your food is coming from. Thankfully, Williamson County is not short on farmers markets! Keep reading to find out more about your local farmers markets and where you can find them throughout the year.

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The Franklin Farmers Market 

230 Franklin Rd

Saturdays 8 a.m.- 1 p.m.

In 2002, Franklin consumers took control and started to question where their food was coming from. This local food movement inspired 8 Franklin farmers to come together and create The Franklin Farmers Market! This non-profit agricultural organization’s mission was to keep local farmlands growing and assisting Middle Tennessee’s financial and environmental economies. 

The Franklin Farmers Market was a huge hit! Thanks to community support, the farmers market went from being a summertime marketplace to a year-round event with over 70 participating farms. This farmers market continues to develop a connection between the residents of Franklin and their local farmers, ensuring that farmland will remain productive and sustainable. 

Now, in 2022, you can find The Franklin Farmers Market every Saturday morning, behind The Factory at Franklin, hosting numerous vendors selling not only fresh produce and baked goods, but also handcrafted items and local art! The Franklin Farmers Market proves the importance of contributing to your community and offers the perfect opportunity to support your local farmers, kitchens, and artisans. 


Nolensville Farmers Market

7248 Nolensville Rd

Saturdays 8 a.m.- 12 p.m.

The Nolensville Farmers Market takes place every Saturday morning at the Historic Nolensville School. This producer-only market offers a place to shop locally and enjoy some live music while meeting others in the community! 

The Nolensville Farmers Market was created by Dr. Miro Bandalo after speaking with his patients about wanting local, organic products to be more easily accessible. Once he was able to recruit enough volunteers and assemble the founding Board of Directors, the Nolensville Farmers Market was born. 

This farmers market periodically hosts fun events, like the Sunday Fall Harvest Supper coming up next month! With sourced foods from local kitchens, you can enjoy this five course dinner on November 13th at the Pork Belly Farmhouse.

Get out there and support your local Nolensville vendors and artisans!


Thompson’s Station Farmers Market 

4683 Columbia Pike

Tuesdays 4 p.m.- 7 p.m. (May-Oct.)

Located at Homestead Manor, this mid-week farmers market brings together the small community of Thompson’s Station in a big way! Promoting community and local homegrown foods, this farmers market runs May-Oct. every year! Daniel and Kasi Haire run the Thompson’s Station Farmers Market as well as being on the Board of Directors for the Nolensville Farmers Market. Make sure to check out this farmers market when it opens back up in May 2023!


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