About Us

Founded in 1980, the Market is a non-profit organization offering baked goods, produce, fruit, prepared foods, and flowers to patrons from all economic, social, and ethnic backgrounds.

Our Market mission is to provide a vehicle for independent vendors to survive large agribusiness competition, while making available a variety of produce, meat, bread, and plant selections to an under-served city community. Our vendors provide an opportunity for farmers to sell their products directly to the public, and for the public to benefit from access to fresh food that they would not otherwise have available to them in the immediate area. All funds collected from Market vendor spaces fees and membership donations are put toward market expenses. Any profits after expenses are paid are donated back to the community in the form of annual grants to local nonprofits.

Market Location and Hours


The Farmers Market is located in the parking lot at the intersection of E 32nd Street and Barclay Street in Baltimore, MD.
Vendor Map


Open every Saturday from 7:00 am to 12 noon, all year long!

Community Grants

The Baltimore 32nd Street Farmers Market is now accepting requests for grants. Grants are considered in amounts up to $500 for local nonprofit organizations.

To apply, compose a cover letter explaining the need for a grant for your organization. Include any additional information on your organization, its programs/activities, and/or a brief financial statement if possible that support your application. Send the completed request by email or by regular U.S. mail. Do NOT mail in requests that require a signature for delivery. Send to:

32nd Street Farmers Market
c/o Vernon Marc Rey
221 Ridgemede Road #303
Baltimore, MD 21210

The deadline is January 7, 2019, after which requests cannot be considered.

Grant Application Guidelines

No Dogs Please

We love your dogs too, but as per Baltimore City health regulations, please keep them home. Per Article 10, Section 101, subsection I, paragraph 1 of Maryland law, any owner leaving a dog tied up and unattended on or around the market can be ticketed by the police.

EBT and ATM Services Available

EBT Wireless Machine

The market has acquiried an EBT wireless machine that allows us to accept Independence cards for those in the SNAP program. It also allows us to take any debit card from our customers. SNAP (Formerly food stamp) participants will swipe their cards and receive $1 tokens in exchange to spend at qualifying vendors.

ATM Service

Any customer will be able to swipe a debit card in multiples of $5 for a small convenience fee of $2.50 and receive $5 Tokens that can be spent anywhere and for which cash change can be given.