Farmer's Market

The City of Groton's Farmer's Market is held every first Tuesday in July through the end of October from 3-6 pm at Washington Park.
We are currently planning for an open-air market in a limited capacity for the 2020 season due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic per the State of CT Department of Agriculture. Based on guidelines and need, the market structure may be modified to a pre-order, pickup only market. Please contact the Market Manager at with any questions or concerns.     

Mission Statement: 
The mission of the City of Groton farmer's market is to provide a venue in our neighborhood park of The City of Groton for local farmers and artisans to sell their produce and products directly to the diverse and integrated community in southeastern Connecticut. Our aim is to make accessible, affordable, healthy, locally produced food available to our community in Groton. 

Market Guidelines: 
The City of Groton Farmer’s Market is primarily an agricultural market but also provides a variety of local baked goods, seafood/fish, meats, poultry/eggs. Grown products sold at the market must be grown in Connecticut Foods and food products must be identified as organic, or not, and include place of origin. All meats, poultry and seafood will come from local sources.
Click here to download the complete packet for Farmer's Market Vendors interested in joining us at Washington Park this summer. 
Click here to register and pay online to be a vendor. (You will need to create an account before you will be able to register)