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Locally grown, locally sold.


Our Indoor Winter Market will run every third Saturday of the month from January - April. We feature fresh and locally grown produce, honey, vegan treats, body products, prepared food, and more! Markets will also include live music, swapping events, and family-friendly activities on a rotating basis. Details specific to each market are available on the corresponding event page.  


We look forward to seeing you this winter at Plant Chicago:

4459 S. Marshfield Ave!


Note: The exact vendor lineup may change from week to week. Please check our Facebook events page for the most up to date vendors and activities!

Farmers, fresh produce, and preserves:
Bee-utiful Honey 

Cedillo’s Fresh Produce 

Lowest Hanging Fruit

Soap + Body products:

Soap Junkii LLC

Cookies, ice cream, and baked goods:

Little Mama's Cookies


Zeitlin's Delicatessen



Ola Verde Cafe

Sauces and Spices: 

Chill & Go

Keep It Savory Salt Company

JDKKBK, INC. (Quarter Mile Hot Sauce) 

Crafts, jewelry, and more:

Bee-utiful Candles

Prepared food:

Bravo Vegan Cuisine
El Hongo Magico



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

Fill out this form. 

Link Match

Our farmers market accepts and matches Link purchases on produce up to $25. 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.


Music and Family Activities
 On any given Saturday there may be live music, cooking demonstrations, and education activities. Families are welcome to explore our yard and meet our chickens, fish, and bees. Please check our Facebook events page for details week to week!

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. .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. 


Experimental Station

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