Markets are open with safety protocols and social distancing during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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COVID-19 Market Shopping Alternatives

During the COVID-19 crisis, our farmers markets remain OPEN, but we are implementing practices to ensure the safety and hygiene of all shoppers and vendors.

Pre-Order & Pick-Up Options + Farmer & Producer Attendance

In an effort to reduce customers’ time spent at market, better meet demands, expedite transactions, and limit currency exchange, vendors are offering pre-order + pick-up options at market.

View pre-order options, anticipated vendor attendance, ordering deadlines, and other information in this spreadsheet. Be sure to select the tab for your preferred market at the bottom of the spreadsheet. This document is updated on an ongoing basis.

view the pre-order spreadsheet

Local Line

At two of our markets, we are offering one-stop online shopping through Local Line. Order a variety of products from multiple vendors at once for pick-up at the market!

ARLINGTON LOCAL LINE PRE-ORDERS

DUPONT LOCAL LINE PRE-ORDERS

OpenTable

At three of our markets, we are offering timed reservations to enter the market. Reservations are not required, but are encouraged for shoppers who would like to bypass the walk-in line to enter the market. Reservations are limited to one person per party, but you are welcome to bring another person from your household to accompany you. Reserve your shopping times:

ARLINGTON RESERVATIONS

DUPONT RESERVATIONS

MOUNT VERNON TRIANGLE RESERVATIONS

Other Ways To Help

  • Purchasing gift cards from your favorite local businesses is a great way to provide immediate support to small businesses during this crisis.
  • Contribute to American Farmland Trust’s Farmer Relief Fund, which will help directly support farmers impacted by the current crisis.
  • Contribute to the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington’s (RAMW) Worker’s Relief Fund to support restaurant and food service industry workers.
  • Hook Hall: The Petworth neighborhood gem is partnering with their vendors to help our DC community. They are currently seeking volunteers to help prepare and distribute Hook Hall Care Kits.
  • World Central Kitchen is accepting volunteers to help prepare meals for the people of DC. Sign up here.  ​

Find a Farmer or Market

For people looking for ways to buy local food during the Covid-19 crisis, Delmarva GrownFuture HarvestMaryland Farmers Market Association and MWCOG teamed up to create a directory of direct-sales local food resources. View a map here.

​If you need help getting food during this time, check these resources: https://coronavirus.dc.gov/food


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