Certified Arkansas Farmers Market

The Certified Arkansas Farmers' Market, Inc. is a closely governed market network that sells only products from Arkansas farms. It was created in 2008 by local farmers as a way to reduce deception at markets and protect their businesses from unfair practices by wholesalers and resellers. The market observes strict opening and closing times to ensure fair trade for all farmers. There will be no sales before or after market hours.

CAFM operates three outdoor markets in Central Arkansas, and one online farmers market that serves all Arkansas farmers. CAFM utilizes is board of directors and member farmers to inspect each member to verify the source of all the products entering the markets. It is very easy to become a member of CAFM if you are a producer living and growing in Arkansas.

CAFM offers a wide range of local products that includes: pastured and heritage breed meats: heirlooms, certified organic, certified naturally grown, and conventionally grown produce. The Argenta Farmers Market is home to several Community Supported Agriculture program, including the All Arkansas Basket A Month CSA. The Markets opens in mid April and closes in late October. Our online market goes 9 months of the year.

Argenta Farmers Market, Tues & Saturday, 520 Main St., 7 a.m. until 12 p.m. Searcy Farmers Market, Wednesday, Spring Park, (Main St.) 7 a.m. until 12 p.m. Hot Springs Village Farmers Market, Wednesday 7 to 12 a.m. at Paul Bewie Boys and Girls Club Parking Lot.


Listing last updated on Jun 22, 2009

The Certified Arkansas Farmers Market is a fair trade farmers market network that is source verified. We have over 40 farmers who have joined CAFM in the past two years and expect to be a network of farmers markets that serve all Arkansas farmers in multiple communities all over Arkansas. Come watch us grow!

Schedule and Location:

Argenta, 7 a.m. until 12 p.m. 520 Main Street (N. Little Rock)
Hot Springs Village, 7 a.m. until 12 p.m. (Paul Bewie Boys and Girls Club Parking Lot
Searcy, 7 a.m. until 12 p.m., South end of Spring Park (Main St.)

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The extra efforts these farmers make to deliver fresh, healthy food to my table is very much appreciated!!

I support any organization that makes fresh, healthy food available in our urban community and helps local farmers at the same time!

I'm a Jersey girl and Farms are important...period!!! Any and all Farmers Markets deserve support in any way possible! Why not Certified Arkansas Farmers Market!

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