Weavers Way Farm Market

About Our Farm Market

7095 Henry Ave.
Philadelphia, PA

Weekly Hours:

Tuesdays 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (10-11 a.m. high-risk shopper hour)
Fridays  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturdays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Closed Friday, November 26 and Saturday November 27.

Last day of the season is Tuesday, November 30.

 

At Weavers Way's seasonal farm market at Saul Agricultural High School in Roxborough, you can find all your local favorites — including Stryker Farms grass-fed beef, Merzbacher’s Philly muffins, Conebella Farm cheese curds, Philly Fair Trade Roasters whole bean coffee, Swiss Villa eggs, Good Host native plants and our farm’s raw honey — alongside seasonally available produce. Located at Saul Agricultural High School, the farm market specializes in produce harvested from Weavers Way Farms, including our on-site Henry Got Crops farm and our Mort Brooks Memorial Farm at Awbury Arboretum.

The farm and market operate in collaboration with the high school and provide educational opportunities for Saul students, who manage the farm along with their teachers and Weavers Way staff. Our nonprofit, Food Moxie, provides a farm education curriculum and hands-on farming experience, teaching students about small-scale, sustainable vegetable production and distribution.

Like the Co-op stores, the market is open to the public — you don’t need to be a member of the Co-op to shop. 

Weavers Way Co-op member benefits also apply at the market, including working member discounts, member-only sales, Food for All discounts, senior discounts and a 5% discount on all Weavers Way Farms produce.

As payment, we accept cash, credit/debit/EBT cards, EasyPay (for enrolled Co-op members), Farmers Market Nutrition vouchers (FMNP) and Philly Food Bucks.

On Tuesdays from 10am - 4pm at the Farm Market, HoweSharp will be available for sharpening of your knives, gardening tools, scissors and more. Prices available here.

We'll also announce operational details and changes in our weekly Farm Market Newsletter — sign up for it here.