The Georgetown University Farmers' Market was founded to improve access and availability of healthy, fresh food on Georgetown's campus.
We aim to promote the benefits of local and sustainable agriculture, to support local businesses, to encourage a holistic view of nutrition, and to develop a community engaged in these topics.
An on-campus farmers' market means fresh food at your fingertips! Why local produce? It's fresher than the conventional transnational produce found in supermarkets which means it's tastier and more nutritious. We feature a wide range of products, so stop by the market to see what's new!
The Farmers' Market is not-for-profit and we try our best to give back to the community.
We are currently involved with the following organizations:
GSP Grocery Stipends: Every year, we donate to the GSP grocery stipends program so that no students go hungry on campus due to financial strain.
GREEN's Campus Apiary: Bees are awesome and are also an incredibly important part of the environment. We’re very excited to support the hives on campus!
Enjoy your food on the lawn with one of our blankets
Stop by our table (by the large tree in Red Square) to rent one for free!
Wednesdays 11am-4pm Fall/Spring
Fall Season 2019
Every Wednesday from September 4th - November 13th
Meet the Board
GUFM Directors - Milan Dolezal
Project Manager - Olivia Francis-Anspach
Vendor Outreach Chair - David Larsen
Treasurer - Alyssa Kardos
Sustainability Coordinator - Olivia Francis-Anspach
Director of Special Events - Sebastian Bedoya
Board Members - Erin Doherty. Kyle Ratner, Daniel Livingston, Khai Nguyen, Maddy O’Hara, Rose Cheng
The Farmers' Market is entirely student-run! A group of Georgetown University students organizes and orchestrates the market every week. Want to join the board? Applications will be available on our website!