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Farms, Farmers' Markets, & Alternative Enterprises

Due to COVID-19, please note that the following information about farmers markets and resources may have changed.


  • Red Hills Online Market: In the Northwood Center near the intersection of N. Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. and Tharpe St., where customers can pick up their pre-sold orders on Thursdays from 3 to 6 p.m. The Red Hills Online Market is the market of the Red Hills Small Farm Alliance (RHSFA). The RHSFA is a 501c3 non-profit that was established to help small farmers within 100 miles of Tallahassee. Veiw the Red Hills Small Farm Alliance website for more information.
  • Southside Farmers Market: 2301 Pasco Street, near the Walker-Ford Community Center, every other Thursday seasonally, from 3 to 7 p.m.

Additional Resources Connecting Food and Agriculture to the Community:

  • Leon Fruit and Nut Exchange is an urban gleaning program in Leon County that hosts seasonal fruit and nut harvesting events of produce that would otherwise go to waste and makes it available to those in need.
  • Second Harvest of the Big Bend is a food bank that distributes millions of pounds of food annually to hungry families in 11 counties in the Big Bend Region of Florida.
  • Damayan Garden Project is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded to increase food security for low-income families in the Tallahassee area.