Farmers' Markets sustain the community -- and good health
Find delicious nutrition at fun, affordable markets Cape-wide
Good nutrition is the foundation of good health. Plant-based diets can help fight inflammation, and chronic inflammation is a contributor to long-term health problems.
Finding fresh produce is easy during Cape Cod summers. Farmers’ Markets are a fun, affordable, sustainable way to maintain good nutrition.
Cape Cod Healthcare takes a direct interest in healthy nutrition, supporting these organizations through our Community Benefits Grants. Our partnerships with non-profit organizations like Sustainable Cape CAPE, which promotes these markets and agricultural education and events across our region, is among the groups who have received CCHC grants.
As summer winds down and fall approaches, take some time to visit local Farmers’ Markets to support area growers, sustainable small business and, of course, the best nutrition and health.
The information listed is subject to change, so it’s recommended that you visit web sites or social media pages for the most up-to-date information prior to your first visit to any listed farmers’ market.
Truro Educational Farmers’ Market
June 14-September 13
Veteran’s Field: 20 Truro Center Road
(next to the Post Office)
Sandwich Farmers’ Market
June 15-October 12
The Wing School
33 Water Street, Sandwich Village
Chatham Farmers’ Market
June 1-October 19
Chatham Local Color Art Gallery
1652 Main Street, Route 28
Wellfleet Farmers’ Market
May 12-October 6
The Grove at the Congregational Church
200 Main Street
Osterville Farmers’ Market
June 18-September 17
Osterville Historical Museum
155 West Bay Road
Provincetown Educational Farmers’ Market
May 22-October 30
Ryder Street next to Town Hall
Shop in person or pre-order online at:f ShopLocalFood.org
On Facebook and sustainablecape.org