Pittsburgh Farmers' Markets
A great source for fresh and local food in Pittsburgh
The Farmers Market season starts in late May and runs through late November. The markets are a wonderful way to get delicious, healthy and local food at affordable prices. Buying at Farmers Markets is also an easy way to support local farms, local jobs and local food. You'll find everything from fresh produce to baked goods, prepared foods, fresh flowers and other specialty items. They are wonderful community events and are fun for the whole family.
Pittsburgh currently has over a dozen markets and numerous farm stands located throughout the city.
Several Pittsburgh farmers markets also now accept food stamps and debit or credit cards! At the East Liberty Market, North Side Market, and Farmers@Firehouse market, look for the tent with the Just Harvest sign.
Don't live in the city? Check out one of the 50 + farmers' markets in the greater Pittsburgh area.
Penn's Corner Farm Alliance, a farmer cooperative of over 30 farms in southwestern PA
Pittsburgh Area Farmers' Market Resources:
The Pittsburgh Post Gazette has published a complete list of the Pittsburgh Area Farmers Markets
Pittsburgh CitiParks Farmers Markets map, vendor profiles and vendor updates
Pennsyvlania Farmers Markets map, vendor profiles and vendor updates
Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture's, PASA, Buy Fresh Buy Local also provides information about local food, events and other resources
Local Harvest not only makes searching for nearby Farmers' Markets, CSAs, Farms and other sources of local food easy, it also provides useful descriptions of each market
Edible Allegheny has another easy-to-use list organized by county with links to each market's website