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FARMERS MARKET

Locally grown, locally sold.

THE SUMMER MARKET

Our outdoor market runs from June 4th to November 5th and features fresh and locally grown produce, microgreens, baked goods, honey, flowers, vegan treats, body products, and more! It also includes prepared food, live music, and family-friendly activities on a rotating basis.

 

Catch us this summer at Davis Square Park (the corner of 45th and Marshfield)!

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OUR VENDORS - 2022

Back of the Yards Coffee – Locally roasted coffee beans and brewing equipment
Bee-utiful Honey – Local honey and beeswax candles 

Cedillo’s Fresh Produce – Organically grown produce, herbs, and flowers

Clay Chikas

Little Mama's Cookies

Lowest Hanging Fruit

Piel Bella By Jazz - Handmade cosmetics and lotions

Quarter Mile Runnin’ Sauce HOT – Hot sauces

Smart Cookie Vegan LLC

Soap Junkii – Homemade soaps for sensitive skin

Tarot by Laura González - Tarot consultations

Tinyshop

Interested in becoming a vendor at Plant Chicago's market?
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Link Match

Our farmers market accepts and matches Link purchases on produce up to $25, thanks to funding from Experimental Station. This means Link card holders can purchase up to $50 worth of produce for just $25!

Community Composting

Drop off your food scraps for free! Plant Chicago will make sure they are hauled to a local composting facility.  

Firehouse Marketplace

Plant Chicago's indoor retail marketplace is is open during the farmers market as well! The Firehouse Marketplace features local products from businesses that are embracing circular practices. See the products.  

Chicago Farmers Market Collective

Plant Chicago is a member of the Chicago Farmers Market Collective (CFMC)! We meet with other Chicago market organizers to share best practices, resources, and knowledge. This group has been especially impactful during the COVID-19 pandemic. More about CFMC.

In The News

ABC Chicago, WTTW, and WGN all wrote about Plant Chicago’s role in our local food system’s response to COVID-19. More media coverage. 

SUPPORTED BY

USDA

Experimental Station