The Berkshire Grown 2021-2022 Winter Market Season was a success! Watch for news about the 2022-2023 season beginning November 2022.

Great Barrington Winter Farmers Markets
New Location!! Housy Dome, 1064 Main Street, Housatonic, MA 01236

Third Saturdays Monthly November 2021-April 2022

November 20 & December 18, 2021 and January 15, February 19, March 19, & April 16, 2022

Click here for more information on the Berkshire Grown Great Barrington Winter Farmers Market.




Williamstown/North Adams Winter Farmers Markets
Greylock WORKS, 508 State Road, North Adams, MA 01247
Sundays from 10AM-2PM

November 21 and December 19, 2021

Click here for information on Vendors, pre-orders and more at the Berkshire Grown Williamstown/North Adams Winter Market.

The indoor winter markets will feature the abundance of local grown and produced foods found in the Berkshires. The offerings of local producers range from greenhouse tender greens and plantings,  winter squash, greens, and root crops, to apples, pasture raised eggs and meats, cheeses, honey, and maple syrup, as well as baked goods, jams, ferments, marinades, and cider. Come meet your local farmers and support the local food economy.

During the January 15 market at the Housy Dome, we  strongly encourage pre-ordering your goods through What’s Good and picking the items up curbside at the Exit Door. Everyone is required to wear a mask and follow social distance guidelines inside and outside the market.

Admission is always free. SNAP/HIP and benefits are accepted at all markets. Market Match helps boost food budgets by matching the balance on SNAP shoppers’ EBT cards. At the Berkshire Grown Winter Farmers Markets, we accept SNAP and HIP and provide a 100% for match the SNAP balance on your card, up to $25. Visit the Market Managers for EBT, tokens and maps. See you at the Market!















Thank you to Massachusetts Department of Agriculture for support of Berkshire Grown’s Winter Farmers Markets and the production of our 2021 video.


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