Red Stick Farmers Market

The Red Stick Farmers Market is a producer only market with over 50 vendors that has been in operation for fifteen years. Open on Saturday mornings from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm in conjunction with The Main Street Market which is a six day a week public marketplace located on the first floor of the Galvez Garage in downtown Baton Rouge. Our Saturday vendors consist of Louisiana small family farmers and local artisans. Items available for purchase include: Fresh fruits and vegetables, Angus beef, poultry, farm fresh eggs, dairy products, fresh baked goods, fresh cut flowers, seasonal plants, native Louisiana wines, spices, sausage and cheese.

The Red Stick Farmers Markets accept SNAP Benefits, WIC and senior citizen coupons.

The Red Stick Farmers Markets are operated by BREADA (Big River Economic and Agricultural Development Alliance).

Listing last updated on Feb 24, 2012

Over 50 vendors. Open every Saturday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.



Schedule and Location:

Every Saturday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Located on 5th Street between Main and North Street Downtown Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802.
(Over 50 vendors)

Every Thursday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm,
7248 Perkins Road.
(5-20 vendors - depending on season)


(seasonal)
Tuesdays from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm,
Unitarian Church 8470 Goodwood Blvd.
(5-20 vendors - depending on season)



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The farmers at Red Stick farmers market are SO nice! I love chatting with them, and it feels SO good to support true family businesses.


The Red Stick Farmers Market is genuinely diverse in terms of food and vendors, accessible to anyone due to its location downtown, fresh, local, and truly important to Louisiana's health, economy and well-being.... [more]


The Red Stick Farmers Market is more to me than simply a place to buy healthy local foods. It's a soothing experience. Nothing relieves stress and takes your mind off the work week better than biking with friends to the farmers market, finding an uncommon fruit or dish to eat for lunch, talking to the vendors about what they love to grow, learning new ways to cook from the demonstrations, and seeing all of the positive energy radiate from everyone there.... [more]

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