Northwest Detroit Farmers' Market

The Northwest Detroit Farmers' Market operates every Thursday from 4PM till 8 PM June through mid-October in the parking lot of the North Rosedale Park Community House. It regularly hosts 10-15 vendors that sell locally grown produce, locally produced baked goods, spices, Michigan honey, granola, hand-blended teas and more!

A variety of seasonal produce fresh from the fields is always available along with an assortment of other enticing homemade goods, such as cookies, breads, pies, hand-blended teas and honey. We also have some flowers and bedding plants.

The focus, however, is on fresh, nutritional offerings because the Market serves an area lacking traditional sources of fruits and vegetables. As a result, the Northwest Detroit Farmers' Market draws a faithful contingent of farmers and shoppers alike, transforming it into a welcoming and fun space every Thursday evening.

Listing last updated on Jun 24, 2014

The Northwest Detroit Farmers' Market accepts 'plastic' -- you can use your credit or debit cards, as well as your EBT or Bridge card. A wooden token system allows everyone to shop conveniently for the wonderful fresh food available at our market. We also accept Project FRESH coupons and Market FRESH coupons for delicious, locally grown Michigan produce.



Schedule and Location:

North Rosedale Park Community House
Every Thursday, 4 PM -8 PM
18445 Scarsdale St. (near Glastonbury and Bretton Dr.)
Detroit, MI 48223



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It is a local community Farmer's Market servicing our community and brings in local and other Michigan farmers and gardeners, bakeries, etc. It helps to limit the gas we might spend on going to a Farmer's Market that is further away.... [more]


Great local produce and a fun little market in a business area that is suffering from the down economy. Excellent baked goods, meats, fresh vegetables and coffee are offered each week.


BECAUSE IT'S A "NEIGHBORHOOD" ACTIVITY...NOT ONLY DO I GET FRESH VEGETABLES, BUT I'VE SEEN OLD FRIENDS AND I GET TO TRY NEW ITEMS...LIKE SWEET POTATOE COOKIES...MMMMMMMMM

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