Due to the COVID-19 concerns, many markets have decided to temporarily close their locations or make changes to their operations. Please see below for a list of changes to markets near you. If you know of any changes or temporary closures that are not listed below, please let us know by email: FFMA@foginfo.org
Alachua County Farmers Market remains open
Cape Coral Farmers Market remains open with 43 vendors still attending
Frenchtown Farmers Market remains open
Jacksonville Farmers Market remains open regular hours, 7 AM to 6 PM, every day of the week.
St. Petersburg Saturday Farmers Market has opened an abbreviated market (click on link for more info!)
Union Street Market in Gainesville will be open at the Alachua County Administration building & a small group of vendors with CSAs are meeting in the parking lot of Hospice Attic on Thursday afternoons from 3-6 to allow for quick pick up. See their Facebook page for more details
CLOSED (although many markets have alternative ways to purchase produce. Follow the links below to find out more):
Atlantic Beach – the city has shut down all parks which will affect markets
Audubon Farmers Market is closed until further notice
Bradenton Farmers Market is closed until further notice
Brevard County Farmers Market is closed through April
Dania Beach PATCH Farmers Market closed until further notice
High Springs Farmers’ Market closed temporarily until further notice
Newtown Farmers Market in Sarasota is closed through mid-April
Orange Park Farmers Market closed until April 5th, 2020
Punta Gorda Farmers Market is closed until further notice
St. Augustine Farmers Market closed until April 1st, 2020
Urban Oasis Project Market (Miami) closed
Winterpark Market closed
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