The Omaha Farmers Market features produce, herbs, plants, fresh-cut flowers, meats, baked goods, cheese, eggs, prepared foods, crafts, and additional specialty items.
The Market runs on Saturdays and Sundays from May 6 to October 15, 2023. The Holiday Market is December 2-3, 2023.
To learn more about each location, click below:
Omaha Farmers Market History
The Omaha Farmers Market traces its roots back nearly 100 years, beginning at the turn of the last century on the corner of 11th and Jackson Street. This was the site of Omaha’s “City Market,” a very popular farmers market that local residents and grocers relied on for their produce and fresh goods. Until 1964, this was where growers came to sell everything from fruits and vegetables to herbs and honey.
After a hiatus of 30 years, the Omaha Farmers Market was revived in 1994 on the very corner lot where the original market thrived. Fresh, locally grown produce, baked goods and flowers were once again available each Saturday morning from May to mid-October. Today, the Market has expanded to fill 11th Street from Jackson to Howard streets with approximately 100 vendors each Saturday.
Funding and Donations
Consider donating to the Omaha Farmers Market. Your donation will go directly to helping operate the 2021 Omaha Farmers Market and provide an environment for local food producers and artisanal vendors to continue to sell their products, giving the community the opportunity to purchase fresh, local goods.
Become a sponsor
Omaha Farmers Market gives great appreciation to all of our sponsors who assist in making each market a success. For more information on becoming a sponsor, please visit our Sponsors and Supporters page.
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