7 Best Farmer’s Markets You Must Visit in Lincoln, Nebraska

Wonderful places to get fresh, local produce, meat, flowers and more

Published: February 8, 2023

There are benefits to buying local, fresh produce in Lincoln, Nebraska. Local businesses not only pay their employees, but they also spend money at other local businesses. That means by buying local, you help create jobs for your friends and neighbors, contribute to improved public infrastructure, and invest in your community both socially and economically.

Farmers’ Markets are wonderful places to get fresh, local produce, meat, flowers and more.

Haymarket Farmers’ Market

The Haymarket Farmers’ market is designed to promote and provide opportunities for Nebraska farmers to market and sell fresh, high-quality produce direct to the consumer. In addition, the Haymarket Farmers’ market also provides an opportunity for local Nebraska-based bakers and crafters to display and sell their value-added products directly to the consumers. The Farmers’ Market aims to foster a sense of community and promote a positive image of Haymarket’s historical and cultural heritage.

Sunday Farmers’ Market at College View

Sunday Farmers’ Market at College View provides access to high-quality, fresh food produced with integrity by local family farmers and producers, bringing value to our community’s social, environmental, and economic fabric.

In 2005, Kevin Loth and Charuth van Beuzekom of ShadowBrook Farm and Jim Caruso of Caruso-Rozzano Farms recognized that Lincoln-area farmers needed a Sunday market. The Old Cheney Road Farmers’ Market came to life from that grassroots conversation. They began attracting customers from all over the state.

In 2018, the Market moved to the College View neighborhood and took the new name Sunday Farmers’ Market at College View.

ShadowBrook Farm & Dutch Girl Creamery

Shadow Brook Farm and Dutch Girl Creamery is a 34-acre, diversified farming operation nestled on the southwest edge of Lincoln. They are committed to sustainable farming practices and are devoted to being good stewards of the land. They sell from the farm at Shadowbrook Country Market and at farmers’ markets, retail stores, and restaurants in Lincoln Nebraska, since 1996.

East Campus Discovery Days

The East Campus Discovery Days and Farmers Market at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is a fun, family-friendly event for all ages. It’s more than a farmer’s market. It’s more than a science day. Come for the hands-on, science-focused fun. Stay to enjoy live music and food trucks. Shop at our farmers market and vendor fair. Enjoy a scoop of ice cream at the newly renovated UNL Dairy Store. Take in the beauty of the Backyard Farmer garden. Activities are free, and food and crafts are available for purchase.

Kelly’s Produce

This open-air market is one of the best places to get fresh produce, meat, baked goods, honey and more in the Lincoln Nebraska area. Head over to 48th Street and look for the pink sign that reads Kelly’s Produce & Meat Market.

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