Find Your Favorite Farms

Hometown Food Guide Map & PDF Print out

Looking for local food in the Columbus area? You've come to the right place.

Once the Co-op doors open, you'll be able to find local food featured in our full service grocery store. Until then, we're working hard to connect our 1000+ members with nearby farms and farmers. We hope this Guide will be a useful community resource that promotes farms and helps more people eat more local food.

 Print out the guide by downloading here. It lists all of the farms from the map and a basic description of what food they produce and how to find it. Put this on your refrigerator or in the car so you always know where to find local food.



Farmers, How to Get on the Guide

We definitely want to add you to the Guide. Take 3 minutes, contact us with your information and we will add you. 

Please include the following:

Farm name
Phone number
Terms (Cash, Check, SNAP, etc)
Photo(s) of your farm, products, or logo. 


Contact or call Liz at (317) 258-5217.


Farmer's Markets in the Area:


Columbus Farmer's Market
Brown Street
Sat, 9am-12:30pm, May-Sept

Columbus City Market
Fairoaks Mall, Sat, 
9:30am-12:30pm, June-Mid-Sept

Columbus City Winter Market
Fairoaks Mall
Sat, 9:30am-12:30pm, Dec-April

Cummins Mid-Week 
Farmer's Markets
Jackson Street, Weds, 4-6pm,
Columbus Engine Plant
Weds, 2-4pm, 

Seymour Farmer's Market
Walnut Street
Sat, 8am-Noon, May-October

North Vernon Farmer's Market
City Park, Shelterhouse #2, Tues, 
Thur, Sat, 7:30am-1pm, Apr-Oct

Shelbyville Farmer's Market
Shelbyville Public Square
Saturday, 8am-Noon, May-October

Hope Farmer's Market
On the Square, First Fri. of May, 
June, Aug; Every Friday in July
Nashville Farmer's Market
51 SR 46
Sunday 11-2, May-October
Bean Blossom Farmer's Market
St. David's Episcopal Church
Friday 4-7, June-October
Want to add your market? Contact or call Liz at (317) 258-5217.


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