Fall 2019 Updates
Changes are coming to Double Up sites across the state! As the season shifts from summer to fall, several farmers markets, farmstands, and CSAs are opening, closing, or changing their hours. Find out what’s happening with your favorite local Double Up site by connecting with them directly, and check out the info below — then share with a friend!
The following markets are now closed for the summer season:
Coffee Pot Farms’ farmstand season is nearly over, but stay tuned to their Facebook to see where they are headed.
BRAND NEW this season, the Spaces of Opportunity Farmers Market will be open on October 5 from 8am-12pm at 1200 W. Vineyard Rd. in South Phoenix.
You can catch Uptown’s Wednesday market from 9am-1pm in central Phoenix. As always their Saturday market is open, now with extended hours from 8am-1pm.
The Capitol Farmers Market will re-open for the season on November 7, open from 10:30am-1:30pm.
The details for a new Sun Produce Coop FarmRaiser program (CSA) launching at Metro Tech High School will be announced this month.
The dates for Ajo Farmers Market and Cafe are to be announced - stay tuned to their email newsletter for more details.
Quite a few markets are changing their hours!
The Prescott Farmers Market will be staying at Yavapai College for the winter season, instead of moving to Prescott High School. Their hours will change to 10am-1pm starting on November 9 (closed Nov. 2).
The Ahwatukee Farmers Market is now open 9am-1pm at the Ahwatukee Swim and Tennis Center.
The Roadrunner Park Farmers Market is now open 8am-1pm in Phoenix on 36th St/Cactus.
The Santa Cruz River Farmers Market is now open 3-6pm at el Mercado San Agustin.
The Nogales Little Mercado is now open 3-6pm at their temporary location at 250 N. Grand Ave.
SITES HOLDING STEADY
No changes reported for the winter season:
United Food Bank - Help Yourself Purchase Cooperative (food bank), Mesa
Best Farmers Market (grocery store), Phoenix
Community Food Bank Farm Stand, Tucson
Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market, Phoenix
Farm Express (mobile market)- 50 stops around Phoenix and Tempe
Flagstaff Local Market & CSA (grocery store), Flagstaff
Mountain Park Health Center (Baseline Clinic) - Our Harvest/Nuestra Cosecha Market (farmstand), Phoenix
Sierra Vista Farmers Market, Sierra Vista
Bashas’ Diné Market (grocery store), Window Rock