In the Traders Point area of Indianapolis, set back from the road and hidden between silos and barns you’ll find the wonderful Farm to Fork Farmers Market bustling with locals. Residing on the property owned by Normandy Farms, this quaint little market founded by Maria Smietana (the Market Master) is the only chemical-free farmers market […]
Shopping at farmers markets is a great way to live healthily and give back to the community. You'll find everything from fresh produce to baked goods, spices, jams & jellies, meat & poultry, collectibles, souvenirs and more at local farmers markets. Below are the latest headlines.
Now is a great time to take a stroll through one of the city’s most historic buildings and connect directly with 55 local farmers and producers. It’s the Indy Winter Farmers Market and it’s taking place at the Indianapolis City Market in downtown Indianapolis now through April 27, 2013. Choose from a wide array of products, […]
The Broad Ripple Farmers Market is an annual Summer tradition in Indianapolis, featuring locally grown fresh fruits, vegetables and more. Run by a group of Indiana farmers and growers, the Broad Ripple Farmers Market has high standards that connect Hoosiers with the very best locally grown and produced foods. Starting in the beginning of May […]
Lots of Hoosiers living in Indianapolis and the Central Indiana region talk the talk when it comes to the environment. But buying fresh, organic produce, meat and other items from your local Farmers Market is one of the best ways to put your money where your mouth is, and really walk the walk. Winter or […]
Shopping local is one of the best way to support Indianapolis business. And buying locally grown food is one of the first steps toward sustainability. The freshest ingredients are always the things that have traveled the least. Binford Farmers Market on Indianapolis’ northeast side aims to help Indianapolis people connect with each other and local […]
The Indianapolis City Market goes all the way back to 1821, when its original building was constructed for a central town marketplace in what is now bustling downtown Indianapolis. It grew in size and stature, attracting merchants from various different cultures to sell their farm-bought produce and meats in the precursor to today’s big grocery […]