Our mission is to connect Central Ohio communities with regional farmers and food producers in vibrant, inclusive marketplaces. We're working to build a thriving regional food system where food producers earn a decent living, farmland is kept in sustainable production, and everyone has access to healthy local foods.

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May 19 – October 20

4 -7 pm

Dawson Ave at E Main St, 43209


May 18 – October 26

4 -7 pm

2850 Tremont Rd, 43221


April 30 – November 19

9 am -12 pm

3535 N High Street, 43214

Closed for the summer.


Get your shoes in the dirt this summer during the 2022 Sustainable Farm Tour and Workshop Series!


Explore more than 30 farm tours, workshops, and special events offered by the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association, Agraria Center for Regenerative Practice, Central State University Extension, and Common Greens.

All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise indicated in the series brochure.

(Photo credit: Dana Hilfinger)

We believe everyone should have equal access to food that is raised ethically, supports land and people they know, and improves the overall wellbeing and resilience of the community they are a part of. 

All Common Greens markets proudly welcome Ohio Direction Card (SNAP/EBT) shoppers, and offer a dollar-for-dollar match up to $25 per visit, putting more fruits and vegetables into the hands of our neighbors that need them most.

Are you a community partner interested in becoming more involved in your community, connecting with conscious buyers and making a difference locally? In 2021, Common Greens operated 95 market days, hosting 100+ small farm and food businesses and 1,800 weekly shoppers. Over $95,000 in SNAP benefits and healthy food incentives were redeemd at our markets. 

We are currently seeking sponsors and supporters to help us continue our work in 2022. Please click here to review our available sponsorship opportunities, and thank you for helping us build a thriving local food system in central Ohio!

COVID-19 Update

We ask that you help us maintain a safe and enjoyable shopping experience at the market by:


  • Staying home if you have a fever or feel sick.

  • If the marketplace is crowded, please hold longer conversations outside market boundaries.

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