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Beaver County Residents are fortunate to have access to a number of great Farmers’ Markets that all feature tons of great, locally grown produce, meat, and many other products! For most of the year, residents can find a local Farmers’ Market on any Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday. If you are a stickler for healthy, organic eating, these markets are a great place to start your menu planning based on what seasonal ingredients are available!

Even if you aren’t passionate about organic products, these markets are still a great way to support local Beaver County farmers while at the same time stocking your fridge with plenty of great food! At any of these farmers’ markets, you are likely to find locally grown produce, locally raised meats, local honey, fresh local baked goods, fresh flowers, and even hand-made decorations for your home!

Here are the five most popular Beaver County farmers’ markets:

Ambridge Farmers’ Market 

The Ambridge Farmers’ Market is located right off of Route 65 on 6th Street. It is held every Thursday from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm and its season runs from May through November.

Beaver Farmers’ Market

The Beaver Farmers’ Market is located in the parking lot directly behind the Beaver County Courthouse. It is held every Saturday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and runs from May through December.

Beaver Falls Farmers’ Market

The Beaver Falls Farmer’s Market is held every Monday evening from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Municipal Parking Lot at the corner of 8th Avenue and 12th Street. Its season runs from May through November.

Chippewa Farmers’ Market

The Chippewa Farmers’ Market is held at the intersection of Shenango and Darlington Roads every Tuesday from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Its season runs from May through November.

New Brighton Farmers’ Market

The New Brighton Farmers’ Market is held at the corner of 12th Street and 5th Avenue every Tuesday from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. It runs from May through October.

Andrew is a professional freelance writer and lifelong resident of Beaver County. He created Your Beaver County to promote and showcase all of the positive aspects of our incredible local culture! You can find more of Andrew’s professional information at Brooklyn Content, or you can also follow him on his personal twitter account, @theAndrewSelby.