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We believe that everyone should have access to fresh, sustainably-grown produce at an affordable price.

We provide our neighbors with several convenient ways to share in the farm’s harvest. We also offer subsidized prices and accept payments through various food and nutrition incentive programs. While we give particular consideration to Franklinton, some of our distribution efforts also extend into the Greater Columbus area. For more information, contact us at


CSA - Weekly Produce Bag program

The CSA Weekly Produce Bag Program provides a weekly share of fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the Summer, Fall, and Winter growing seasons. It is modeled as a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. Those who live, work, or play in Franklinton are eligible to participate. We offer a subsidized price for a select number of shares and accept payment through SNAP.

**please note - we deliver, but only within Franklinton - if you live or work outside of Franklinton and need to pick up your share you may do so Thursday afternoon at our office at 867 W Town street STE A. We donate all unclaimed shares the following day**

Fall Basket

Franklinton Farms’ Fall CSA Weekly Produce Bags will run 6 weeks, with deliveries each Thursday from October 17 to November 21. We offer two share sizes and a sliding scale for payment: full price large bags are $20/week, and full price for small bags is $14/week. For those who self identify as low income, we're happy to offer half priced shares: $10/week for large bags and $7/week for small bags, and for folks with EBT we offer 75% off: $5/week for large bags and $3.50/week for small bags. Participation is capped at 40 members.

Produce will vary week-to-week, and the following will likely be included across the 6 weeks: Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Peppers, Kale, Lettuce, Bok Choi, Microgreens, Cabbage, Kohlrabi, Turnips, Radishes - including Watermelon Radish, Purple Daikon, Celeriac, Rutabaga, Basil, Parsley, Lemon Verbena, Sage, Chives, Winter Squash - Acorn and Sweet Dumpling.

Register at this link or sign up in the form below. The embedded form below is finicky with mobile devices, please click this link to access the form if you can’t access the embedded form below.

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Farmers Markets

Attending farmers markets gives us the opportunity to share our food throughout the Greater Columbus area. It also allows us to spread the word about the farm and how people can get involved in what we are doing in Franklinton. Finally, attending farmers markets helps us to generate financial resources needed to operate the farm and pay people a fair wage.

Worthington Farmers Market

The Worthington Farmers Market is one of the largest in Central Ohio and features products from more than 70 producers. The summer market is located in Old Worthington at 644 N. High Street and is open Saturdays (8:00am-12:00pm) from May to October. The winter market is located in The Shops at Worthington Place at 7227 N. High Street and is open Saturdays (9:00am-12:00pm) from November to April. We accept SNAP and Senior Farmers Market Coupons.

Columbus Public Health WIC Market

The Columbus Public Health WIC Farmers Market offers fresh fruits and vegetable to low-income households from across Columbus. The market is open one day a week for three weeks at 240 Parsons Avenue from July to August. We double SNAP dollars through the Veggie SNAPS program and accept Senior Farmers Market Coupons and WIC Farmers Market Coupons.


Farm Stand

The Franklinton Farms’ Farm Stand is permanently hosted at its new location in our Learning Garden, at the corner of Hawkes Ave and Town St. We are open mid-May through sometime in November on Thursdays 3:00-6:00pm. We accept cash/card/check/EBT/Senior Farmers Market Coupons/WIC Coupons. We have a sliding scale price structure, and our produce is discounted by 50% for those on a tight budget. We offer 75% discounts for produce purchased with EBT (Food Stamps/SNAP)


Produce donations

Many of our neighbors regularly receive food assistance from local churches and other nonprofit organizations. These institutions provide healthy snacks, food boxes, and community meals as ways to address food insecurity in the neighborhood. We provide free produce for use in many of these important community food programs.