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Neighborhood Markets bring the farm to you.

Our Neighborhood Markets bring an affordable farm stand to where people live, work, and visit, making shopping for fresh fruits and vegetables affordable and accessible for residents experiencing food insecurity. We visit six neighborhoods throughout Northampton every week during the summer and fall.

Customers can sign up for a reduced-price farm share and/or purchase fruits and vegetables without committing to a share. Farm shares last 8 or more weeks and, for customers who have SNAP, Free & Reduced Lunch, or live in subsidized housing, the cost is 75% off market value. When paid for with SNAP, Shares are eligible for a HIP reimbursement. Share members can pick their favorites from a variety of seasonal produce items each week, including fruit and sweet corn, and anyone can purchase these items with cash or SNAP.

In addition to fresh produce, we also offer recipes and samples to inspire meal ideas.

Schedule

Wednesdays:

  • Northampton Senior Center: ended for the season
  • Jackson Street School from 3:00 – 4:00 pm
  • Hampshire Heights from 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Thursdays:

  • Ryan Road School from 2:45 – 3:45
  • Florence Heights from 4:00 – 4:45
  • Meadowbrook Apartments from 5:00 – 6:00

How to participate:

Application forms can be downloaded below. Visit us at the Market to sign up, or contact Michael with questions. Application forms:

View or download the Neighborhood Markets Farm Share application – ENGLISH or Neighborhood Markets Farm Share aplicación – español

Market Locations

Grow Food Neighborhood Markets Map

Partners

The majority of produce sold at our Neighborhood Markets is purchased from Crimson & Clover Farm. Additional produce is purchased from local farms through an innovative partnership with River Valley Coop, which allows us to access their broad network of local suppliers at no additional markup.

Funders

In addition to our procurement partnership, River Valley Coop is also the lead business sponsor for Neighborhood Markets. Their support – both financial and operational – makes this program possible. Additional support is provided by Cooley Dickinson Hospital, and the Whiting Street Fund from the City of Northampton.

Cooley Dickinson Hospital
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