USDA Summer Farmers Market 12th Street and Independence Avenue SW Washington DC 20250

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USDA Summer Farmers Market 12th Street and Independence Avenue SW Washington DC 20250

USDA Summer Farmers Market 12th Street and Independence Avenue SW Washington DC 20250

USDA Summer Farmers Market 12th Street and Independence Avenue SW Washington DC 20250
USDA Summer and Winter Farmers Market Locations, Wasington, DC
There are about 34 other Washington DC farmers market locations. For directory and map of markets in the District of Columbia see link at page bottom
First Lady Michelle Obama at Washington DC farmers market

USDA SUMMER Farmers Market Location
USDA parking lot, corner of 12th Street & Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, District of Columbia 20250

Federal/State government building grounds, located outside in parking lot

County: District of Columbia

SUMMER Market Schedule 2015:
Every Friday starting May 1st and ending October 30th, Time: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Open rain or shine!
Closed July 3rd

Nearest Metro:
Smithsonian (Orange/Blue/Silver Line). See for more public transportation options.

Special Attractions:
Live entertainment every Friday during Summer season, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

DC Central Kitchen’s Truck Farm mini-garden in the bed of a 2002 Dodge Ram pick-up
The Truck Farm was a part of the USDA farmers market every Friday as well as summer youth events hosted by the People’s Garden and Capital Area Food Bank.

USDA National Headquarters People's Garden
Location: USDA HQ, 1400 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250 United States

Video: 2013 USDA Farmers Market Opens

WINTER Market Location
1400 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, District of Columbia 20250

Federal/State government building grounds, located inside the South Building
(right across the street from the summer location)

*Note: A Government ID is required to enter the building

County: District of Columbia

WINTER Market Schedule:
Season 1 - 12/04/2013 to 05/21/2014
Wednesdays 10:00 AM-2:00 PM
(NOTICE: update pending from USDA, dates and hours of operation for current season may have changed from above info.)

More information about the USDA WINTER Farmers Market in Washington DC

Contact Information:
Annie Ceccarini, Manager
Phone: (202) 577-7462
Information for prospective vendors and participants

Interactive DC Farmers Market Location Map Showing the USDA's Summer & Winter Markets
Click map pins to see more details for each...

Get directions to the USDA Summer Farmers Market in Washington DC

Interesting gallery of images from the USDA Summer Farmers Market in Washington DC taken during the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) celebration of National Pollinator Week Festival, outside USDA Headquarters at Jefferson Ave. and 12th Street in Washington, D.C., on Friday, June 19, 2015. The Pollinator Festival is held in conjunction with the publicly accessible USDA Farmer’s Market and USDA Farmers Market at Night. The festival includes activities and exhibits about honeybees, native bees, bats and other
pollinators. Where would we bee without 'em? ;^)

USDA Certified Organic Producers: Y

Number of Vendors?
More than 30 vendors offer fresh fruits and vegetables, an assortment of baked goods, meats and cheeses, plants and cut flowers, seafood, and other delicious breakfast, snack and lunch options weekly.

Learn more about the interesting Vendors and attractions to be featured at the USDA Summer Farmers Market in Washington DC

Payment Types / Federal Nutrition Benefits:

Credit or Debit: Y (Some or all market vendors will accept credit and/or debit cards)

WIC Cash Value Voucher: N
The market also is a distributor of DC Produce Plus checks. Customers can swipe your EBT card at the information booth and receive tokens to spend with vendors. Spend your WIC or Senior Checks at a vendor booth.

More details about DC Farmers Market Nutritional Assistance / Payment Options

Product Availability
Check here for an updated list of available produce at the USDA Farmers Market in Washington, DC

Fresh produce availability at USDA Summer Farmers Market in Washington DC

Baked goods: breads, pies, etc.; Bedding plants; Canned or preserved fruits/ vegetables: jams, jellies, preserves, salsas, pickles, dried fruit, etc.; Coffee and/or tea; Cut flowers; Dairy products: milk, cheese, etc.; Eggs; Fresh and/or dried herbs; Fresh fruits; Fresh vegetables; Grains and/or flour; Honey; Juices and/or non-alcoholic ciders; Maple syrup and/or maple products; Pet food; Poultry/ fowl meat and products; Prepared foods (for immediate consumption); Red and other non-poultry meat and products; Soap and/or body care products; Olive Oils, Kettle Corn and variety of popcorn flavors;

Bakedgoods: Y
Cheese: Y
Crafts: N
Flowers: N
Eggs: Y
Seafood: N
Herbs: Y
Vegetables: Y
Honey: Y
Jams: Y
Maple: Y
Meat: Y
Nursery: N
Nuts: N
Plants: Y
Poultry: N
Prepared: Y
Soap: Y
Trees: N
Wine: N

Data Last Updated: 4/29/2015
Page Last Updated: 9/15/2015

Data was provided by the USDA National Farmers Market Directory maintained by AMS Marketing Services. This information is subject to change, and accuracy is not guaranteed. Please contact the market to directly verify any details before making your trip.

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Opening Ceremony 2013: USDA Summer Farmers Market in Washington DC
by: Washington DC Farmers Market Goer

Here's an image from the 2013 opening ceremony of the USDA Summer Farmers Market located on 12th Street and Independence Avenue SW Washington DC 20250.

Opening ceremony usda summer farmers market washington dc location

USDA acting Deputy Secretary Michael Scuse rings the bell during the opening ceremony which was held indoors due to rain.

Mr. Scuse said this was the eighteenth year of the USDA's DC summer farmers market, and that in those years since its opening there has been a 300% growth rate in total USA farmers market locations.

There are now nearly 8,000 total farmers markets located across all 50 U.S. states and territories.

This rapid growth rate of public green markets exemplifies the growing public awareness and demand for farm fresh, healthy, affordable, local foods.

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