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You will find farmers with fruits and vegetables, gardeners with fresh flowers and plants, and makers of all sorts of edible home goods from yummy desserts to local raw honey and homemade sauces and jellies. Open: Every Saturday, rain or shine; mid-April through mid-October.

This farmers market has taken root under an old oak tree in the Historic Downtown Alpharetta.

Call to find out about the current assortment of local specialties, vegetables, organic food, crafts and fruits. Calhoun Produce is the place to come for good family fun-and it’s educational too! Your neighbors will be bringing an over supply from their garden, and you will meet the farmers who grew your food. Highway 41-North Cordele, Georgia 31015Cotton Mill Farmers’ Market offers 20 produce and food vendors, artisan vendors, vegetables, fruits, live plants, herbs, cut flowers, ornamentals, free range eggs, local grass-finished beef, lamb, pork and chicken, soap, james and jellies, breads and pastries, granola, honey, local goat milk cheese, shade grown, fair trade, organic coffee, pottery and rustic furniture. It is a market that supports local farmers by offering them an in-town location to sell their products. Our vendors include local farmers, ranchers, fisherman, nurserymen, bakers, cheese makers, and specialty foods producers. Phone: 229-391-3966 - Location: Downtown Tifton on the Train Museum platform on Tift Avenue at 3rd Street. We offer a wide range of seasonal vegetables, fruits (including hard to find heirloom varieties), locally produced honey, and free-range eggs and meats.

Come see the farm market and experience a day in the country. Open: Saturday Mornings from 9 am until Noon in May and throughout the growing season. (Across from Charm House), downtown Clarkesville, GA 30523. Phone: 706-649-7448 - Address: 318 10th Avenue, Columbus, Georgia 31901Cordele State Farmers Market - Watermelons, cantaloupes and some local retail fruit and vegetables are featured at our Cordele Farmers' Market. Our produce vendors grow with Organic Methods and some are Certified Naturally Grown.

The Atlanta Market also has a restaurant, welcome center and USDA Federal-State office.