Learn more about how the Adams County Farmer's Market Association collaborates with local hospitals, restaurants and community organizations to ensure the success of our markets and enable us to expand our core programs.
We work to lower the barriers to food access that low-income families and individuals face. By providing additional support to multiple nutrition assistance programs, we make fresh food more accessible to people from all walks of life. Read below for more details on each program.
Located at 103 Carlisle Street, Gettysburg PA, conveniently located between the Transit Center and parking garage. Market hours: Thursday’s from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday’s from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Adams County may be best known for Gettysburg, one of the most popular small towns in America. But just beyond the battlefields of 1863 are rolling hills of abundant orchards, wineries, dairies and generations of farming communities. Even though we are tops in Pennsylvania for apples and peaches, there’s more growing here than you may imagine. From the freshest fruits, berries and produce to flowers, herbs, vineyards, artesian cheese, farm eggs, pumpkins, homemade soaps, and hand-crafted skincare.
Why shop at local markets? One reason may be that you are looking for more healthy choices for breakfast, lunch or dinner. But beyond that, there are many other reasons to support your local markets.
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