The Orleans Farmers' Market strives to Educate the public and local consumers
about locally grown produce and the farms of Barnstable County.

We have Education Events at the market highlighting local food,
what and when to plant and farms of the past that sustained the local population.

We support the Cape Cod Community 
in their quest for the freshest and most nutritious food.

We bring consumers together with farmers and have food conversations.

We strive to educate the general public about the supply and demand
of the locally seasonal products.

This in turn creates a better understanding
about what is available and when.

By informing consumers about new products,
it encourages people to try new foods,
and increases greater food diversity and better health.

Our market provides support to the following:

Nauset High School Culinary Class-
            thru donations of produce grown by students in The Food and Research Garden
The Food and Research Garden @ Nauset Regional High School-
            by supplying guidance, tools, materials and labor from experienced farmers
Donations to The Family Pantry and local Councils on Aging-
            thru donations of produce grown at the Food and Research Garden

Market vendor space for- 
  •  High School students selling seeds grown in the Food and Research Garden and packaged by students to raise funds for next seasons garden
  • Middle School students selling pea shoots and produce grown in the school greenhouse


Cape Cod's Local Food Magazine
Education