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From savoring produce at the peak of freshness to meeting the people who grow your food, there are countless reasons to learn to live like a locavore. Taste real flavors, buy in season, support family farmers, nourish yourself, and know where your food comes from by navigating our sustainable food landscape at these area farmers markets in Southern Indiana.

Through exploring the colorful array of vendors’ tables, you’ll meet generations of farmers including Sherrill and Paul Mayse, the owners of Mayse Farm Market, who grow produce on 70 acres with crops including strawberries, sweet corn, tomatoes, pumpkins, and more. You can taste the care Jacob Carneal of Jake’s Happy Hens provides for his chickens when you try a dozen of his farm-fresh eggs. Get to know Bud Vogt of Bud’s Farm Market, who is known for growing the best tomatoes in Southern Indiana, and his many fellow agriculturalists cultivating real flavors.

Downtown Evansville Farmers Market
Located at the corner of Sycamore and Second streets, Evansville

River City Mercantile
223 Main St., Evansville

St. Mary’s Market Days
3700 Washington Ave., Evansville

Franklin Street Events Association Franklin Street Bazaar
2000 W. Franklin St., Evansville

Historic Newburgh Farmers Market
1 E. Water St., and 9 W. Jennings St., Newburgh, IN (Old Newburgh Lock and Dam)

Warrick County Farmers’ Market
Located on the corner of Second and Main streets, downtown Boonville, Indiana

Mount Vernon Farmers’ Market
126 E. Third St., Mount Vernon, IN

New Harmony Farmer’s and Artisans Market
406 Tavern St., New Harmony, IN

Wadesville Farmers Market
7238 HWY 66, Wadesville, IN

Rockport City Park Farmers Market
930 Fairground Drive, Rockport, IN

Pumpkins and More Farm Market
8641 E. CR 1720 N., Ferdinand, IN

Heichelbech Park Farmers Market
Medcalf Street (SR 62) and Wallace Street, Dale, Indiana

Henderson Farmers Market
381 Sam Bell Way, Henderson, KY

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