Franklin Township

Community Farmers Market

The 2020 Franklin Township Community Farmers Market will return for its FOURTH season with its mission of supporting Franklin Township and New Jersey agriculture! The Market, with its carefully curated mix of produce and specialty vendors, was the 2017 winner of the Healthier Somerset Award!

Market visitors can buy Jersey Fresh from local merchants, learn about local farms and specialty vendors, and discover where all these Jersey-based products are sourced.


June 13th - September 5th

10AM – 2PM

Municipal Complex Field

(Corner of DeMott Lane and Amwell Road)

This year, the Market will have themed days that will promote local organizations, community groups and fun activities in and around Franklin Township. You can find the themed day schedule here.

Calling All Vendors!

The Farmer Registration is now open online for the 2020 Franklin Township Community Farmers Market Season!

Farmer Registration Form: 

You will find the pertinent information and necessary forms for participation.  Opening day is Saturday, June 13th. The 14-week market will run each Saturday (10:00am – 2:00pm) through September 12th**.  

**September 12th is Franklin Day, held at Colonial Park. If enough interest is shown, the Farmers Market will be moved to Franklin Day for the last day of the Farmers Market. If not, the last day of the Farmers Market will be September 5th.

Please review this application package in its entirety, specifically the Market Guidelines. Incomplete applications will not be processed. The checklist, application and all required documents must be submitted by March 1, 2020 (payment and insurance documentation will not be due until after the vendor has been notified of approval).

Mission Statement: The Franklin Township Community Farmers Market (FTCFM) is dedicated to promoting and encouraging the successful development of local agriculture by providing a produce marketplace where consumers from Franklin Township and the surrounding areas can have access to quality locally-grown or prepared foods and agricultural products. Such a marketplace offers a forum for citizens to better understand the uses and benefits of those foods and products and the value of the agricultural community. It will educate consumers and schoolchildren about the benefits of small independently owned farms and help build a greater sense of community for the whole population.


Buy Local. Buy Fresh.