Good Nutrition is Good for Franklin County

Farmers Markets

Farmers markets give you access to locally grown produce and provide farmers with locations to sell their product directly to consumers. Farmers markets can provide a sense of community connectivity as well we provide benefits to both farmers and consumers. There are over 20 farmers markets throughout Franklin County.

Affordable food and some accept food assistance

Support Ohio family farmers and the local economy

Buy fresh fruits and vegetables in peak harvest

High nutrition content and tasty flavors

Experience with family

Feel more connected to your community

Know where your food comes from

Promote humane treatment of animals

Learn cooking tips, recipes and meal ideas

Protect the environment

You can buy more than just produce

Farmers Market Finder

Use this tool to find a farmers market near you!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

About CSA

CSA allows city residents to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown locally by regional farmers. When you become a member of a CSA, you’re purchasing a “share” of fruits and vegetables from a regional farmer. Weekly or bi-weekly your farmer will deliver that share of produce to a convenient drop-off location in your neighborhood. Shares vary in size and many CSAs also offer the option of other items including eggs, meat and cheese.

Why Choose a CSA?

Many folks just want to experience truly fresh and healthy food. Members join for many reasons including benefits to their health, sustainability through reducing the miles that food travels (your average vegetable travels over 1500 miles before it’s consumed) and the way the food is grown and to support the local economy. Many of our families enjoy the community environment where like-minded people share recipes, ideas and experiences, as well as sharing the fruits and vegetables!

CSA Finder

Use this tool to find a CSA in your community!

Food Assistance

Food assistance helps families stretch their food budgets to buy healthy food. The program is designed to increase nutritional levels and safeguard the health and well-being of Franklin County residents. Ultimately, food assistance helps families meet their basic needs while adults work toward financial stability.