Fresh Locally Grown Foods

Support Local Farmers and Eat Fresh Locally Grown Foods

The Granville Farmers Market
• Location: Main Street and Broadway
• Time and Dates: Saturdays, May  – Oct., 8:30 a.m. - noon.
• Note: Please check calendar to review dates when the Market is moved to St. Edward's Catholic Church.
• More Info:
• Map: Click for Map

The Granville Tuesday Farmers Market
• Location; Ross’ Granville Market
• Time and Dates: Tuesdays, June  – Sept., 3 – 6 p.m.
• Contact: Jerod Long, Market Master, 614-905-6196 or

The Granville Winter Farmers Market
• Location: Granville Elementary School
• Time and Dates: Saturdays, Nov.  – Feb., 9:30 a.m. - noon.
• Contact: Jerod Long, Market Master, (740) 334-4388 or

The Johnstown Farmers Market
• Location: Bigelow Park on the Square
• Time and Dates: Saturdays, June 11 – Sept. 10, 9 a.m. - noon.
• Contact: Gordon Cromwell, (740) 817-1378 or 
• Website: 
• Map: Click for Map

The Newark Farmers Market
• Location: Canal Market District, 24 East Canal St Newark, Ohio 43055 PARKING 53 South 2nd St Newark, Ohio
• Time and Dates: Farmers Market Hours 4-7 PM Tuesday & Friday Arts & Craft Market Hours 10-4 PM 2nd Saturday of the Month (July-October)
• Contact: 740.404.1475.
• Website: 
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The Pataskala Farmers Market
• Location: Veteran’s Green, Rt 310 and Front St Pataskala, OH 43062
• Time and Dates: Fridays, June 3 – Sept. 18, 4 – 7 p.m.
• Contact:  
• Website:
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Community Supported Agriculture

Wouldn’t it be great to have access to fresh food grown by people in your community and not in a factory 1,000 miles away?

The fundamental idea of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is not new. Farmers sold directly to the consumer long before industrial agriculture took over. Essentially, as a member of a CSA you become a “share-holder” of the farm by purchasing a share (or half-share) directly from the farmer. In return, you receive a predetermined amount of produce (or other items such as eggs, maple syrup, honey, meat, grains, flowers, etc.) each week during the growing season. Baskets can be picked up straight from the farm or delivered to your home or local farmers market.

Many of us do not have the time or resources to grow the amount or variety of food that a CSA can provide. These farmers are your neighbors and care about the food they produce and its impact on your health and the earth.

Some CSA’s even require volunteer hours in addition to the payment. This is a great way to connect with the food you eat. Many children think food comes from the grocery store. There is no longer a connection to farms, animals and the earth. There is nothing more rewarding than being a part of the food you eat.

Please use the contact information below if you have interest in a particular CSA. If you know of a CSA that is not listed please contact Nicole Smith, or (740) 349-6497.

Bird’s Haven Farms, Granville 587-1100 or

Easy Acres Co-Op Farms, Thornville 246-6575 or

Flying J Farms, Johnstown 967-4030 or

Front Axle Farm, Johnstown 967-0870 or

Garden on the Square, Newark 334-2087 or

Garden Patch Produce, Alexandria 924-4331 or

Harder’s Harvest Farms, Utica 616-2115 or

Spring Hills Farm, Newark 404-5897 or

Terravita Farms, Newark 745-5410 or  

Grow Your Own Food


Backyard Gardens

Gardening can be a great way to enjoy the outdoors, get physical activity, beautify the community, and grow nutritious fruits and vegetables.

Get Information and Assistance

OSU Extension office in Licking County can provide advice on growing healthy foods National Gardening Association: Website
Buckeye Yard and Garden On-Line: Website
Family Gardening: CDC Website