Lowell Farmers' Market

Since 1979, CTI has sponsored the Outdoor Farmers’ Market in downtown Lowell which offers fresh, locally grown produce from area farmers. Open every Friday from early July through late October, the Farmers’ Market provides the residents and visitors of Lowell an opportunity to purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, homemade preserves, and even homemade crafts from local farmers and artisans.

Contact: Rachel Chandler, Special Projects: rchandler@comteam.org

Website: Lowell Farmers’ Market

Organizational Focus

  • Sustainable Neighborhoods
  • Local Economy
  • Community Health, Social Equity & Justice
  • Food Access and Culturally Appropriate Food
  • Youth Programs
  • Urban & Regional Farming

Projects and Initiatives

The Lowell Farmers’ Market supports regional farmers and the local economy by providing a retail space and outreach support for farmers from the local community who grow culturally diverse produce. The market also supports efforts to increase food access and knowledge of healthy food through on-site nutrition education and food workshops, including food preservation and preparation.


  • New Entry Sustainable Farming Project (World PEAS Food Hub)
  • Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)
  • Mill City Grows


  • Local Farmers
  • Food Distributors
  • Restaurants
  • Youth Programs
  • Volunteers
  • Neighborhood Organizations
  • Immigrant and Refugee Communities

Geographic Scale:

Household, Neighborhood, Municipal, Regional


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