Farmers Market

Downtown Greenwood Farmers Market

The Downtown Greenwood Farmers Market is open from mid-May through the end of October on Saturdays from 8am-Noon at the Railspike Park Pavilion, located at the corner of Johnson and Main Street.  The Farmers Market is managed by the City of Greenwood and is a Mississippi Certified Farmers Market.

The 2018 Market will open at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 26 at the Railspike Park Pavilion on the corner of Johnson and Main Street. 

Be a Grower or Vendor

The market is open to grower and vendors of the following items:

Food Items: baked goods, berries, bread, canned goods, cheese, coffee, dressings, dried fruits, eggs, fruit, honey, jams, jellies, meat, milk, nuts, pasta, sauces, seafood*, spices, tea, and vegetables.

Non-food Items: art, bird feeders, bird houses, candles, flowers, plants, pottery, seeds, soap, and other garden- and kitchen-related items.

Vendor fees are offered on a weekly, monthly and seasonal basis and include a table and two chairs. The 2018 Vendor Form will be available March 15. If you are interested in being a vendor, please contact Market Co-Manager Beth Stevens ASAP to put your name on the vendor list. We anticipate a high vendor participation rate this year, and we want to make sure we can accommodate everyone. You can call her at 662.453.4152 or email her at 

Farmers Market Core Values

The Core Values of the Downtown Greenwood Farmers Market are as follows:

  • Sustainability: Operate the farmers market with a team of energetic and dedicated volunteers to ensure financial solvency, organizational efficiency, and long term viability.
  • Economic Development: Attract a diverse and loyal clientele of customers, residents, and visitors to the farmers market and to other businesses in downtown Greenwood.
  • Community Engagement: Create a vibrant community gathering place in downtown Greenwood by fostering interaction among all segments of Greenwood’s diverse community.
  • Health & Wellness: Offer a diverse selection of healthy and nutritious foods and educate the community about active living, nutrition, and the importance of eating locally.
  • Economic Vitality: Afford local food growers and producers a viable and profitable location to sell food, plants, and related items.
  • Fairness & Authenticity: Instill trust in market customers by encouraging sustainable and organic methods of production and requiring vendors to produce and source what they sell with integrity.