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Participating in Connecticut Farmers' Markets
For farmers, farmers’ markets create the opportunity for direct sales, an expanded customer base and higher on farm attendance.  

Contact DoAg for information about participating in one of Connecticut’s farmers markets. Each market is run by a different group or organizations.  In addition to contact information, DoAg can answer commonly asked questions regarding participation in a market.

Farmers' market managers are required to update the market information with the Connecticut Department of Agriculture annually.  Please contact Erin Windham at to do so.


Farmers and Market Masters: It is the time to start or update listing with CT NOFA and CT DoAg’s Farm and Food Guide.  

Click here to update the map with your farm or farmer’s market listing, include available products, CSA information, and other important farm and farm store information for the public.  Your listing will appear as part of the celebration of CT farms on


For information on guidelines to follow at a farmer’s market please review the Farmers' Market Reference Guide.

For information on organic labeling at farmers' markets, please review Organic Labeling at Farmers' Markets.

Still have questions about Connecticut Farmer’s Markets? Contact:

Erin Windham,, 860-519-6083


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