Wychwood Barns Farmers Market is back open every Saturday under NEW MANAGEMENT by The Stop. Also TFMC has partnered with The Stop to bring you curbside pickup! Pickup will be for prepaid orders only and available from 8-noon sharp. Find the pickup area on the East side of the Barns on the Wychwood Ave Side.
ALSO Village Market at Waldorf School will be prepaid orders only every other week starting May 29, June 12, 26, July 10, 24.
Check out the great new blog from Brickworks! Learn about what happens on the farms & in the lives of the vendors you see at the Brickworks each week.
Yes its lockdown time again but FARMERS MARKETS ARE ESSENTIAL AND OPEN! Toronto Farmers Market Collective offers drive up curbside pickup for your convenience.
We have added more local retail shopping options for your convenience
Hummingbird Hill Farms (Palgrave)
100 Mile Store (Creemore)
Feb 28, 2021
Wychwood Barns Farmers Market is TEMPORARILY Closed, it is not closed permanently. As soon as we know more we will let you know. In the meantime please find us just a 2 min walk down the block at St. Michaels Church (611 St. Clair Ave W.) corner of Wychwood & St. Clair.
We have added some new local retail locations in Grey County! Find our Products at:
The Wild Stand, Collingwood
Ravenna Country Market
Surf & Turf Boutique Market, Collingwood
Nov 29, 2020
Farmers Markets have been busy adapting and pivoting in response to public health requirements per Covid 19. We would like to thank you for continuing to support us through all the changes necessary for Farmers Markets to operate safely. This summer Farmers Markets were declared ESSENTIAL by the province and remain one of the safest ways to buy LOCAL FOOD with diligent safety measures in place and a far greater level of traceability than corporate food sources. This past Saturday Farmers Markets moved outside again in response to provincial lockdown measures. We anticipate being outside as long as the weather allows - since we farmers workout side anyway its not a big deal for us.
October 19, 2020
Over the past several months a group of committed Farmers Market vendors established the vendor led TORONTO FARMERS MARKET COLLECTIVE (TFMC). This model was tested in the spring when the farmers markets temporarily closed and was very successful. We have learned a lot and are thankful for our customers who have supported all of us in your commitment to buy local food.
So... STARTING NOVEMBER 7 St Michael’s All Angels Church at 611 St. Clair Ave West (Southeast corner of Wychwood and St. Clair) in Toronto has generously opened its doors to The Stop/Wychwood Farmers Market Vendors to distribute their prepaid pre-ordered products to customers. Please feel free to bring a food donation for their Food Bank when you pickup your order.. Find all the details as they become available here. We will try to keep things as consistent as possible and more details will be available soon so please stay tuned and share this information with your fellow local food supporters.
Locally Look for our items at The Good Family Farms Store in Meaford! Find our lamb as well as their own home grown beef, pork and chicken!
Also find a great selection of lamb at the Sideroad Farm Store near Walters Falls! They grow an incredible selection of veggies and produce their own chicken too! Check out this little gem
Super excited to announce that the Wychwood Barns Farmers Market at 601 Christie St. has reopened! Our first day is August 8, and we will be there every other Saturday thereafter.
June 23, 2020
We are super excited to announce our start at the Village Market at Waldorf (9100 Bathurst St, Thornhill) We will be there 8am-noon every other Saturday starting June 27. Orders Strongly encouraged
Fabulous news for Farmers Markets!
They have been declared ESSENTIAL and we are thrilled to be back at Brickworks starting June 20.
We are also offering our Fresh Ontario Lamb through the Dufferin Grove Farmers Market webstore.
Exciting news for local customers! you can now find our items at Sideroad Farm Store
Find out how you can support Farmers Markets and the local food supply chain in the GTA. Please read this article and contact your local elected official.
Due to the current public health crisis
our regular Farmers Markets have temporarily closed. In these constantly changing uncertain times you can count on us to continue to produce fresh Ontario Lamb for you.
Being on a farm things never stop growing.
We are continuing to raise our lamb & will provide you with cashless, contactless, preordered, prepackaged safe pick up.
Our fellow vendors have invited us to come to their stores to allow you to pick up your orders safely abiding to all public health guidelines. Details are on the home page.
If you are self isolating please inquire about delivery.
THANK EWE for continuing to support small business & supporting local farms producing great food!