Every Monday beginning June 1 through to October 12, 2020 from 4-8pm

Loyola Plaza at the Loyola CTA Red Line Station, 6550 N. Sheridan Road in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood


The Loyola Farmers Market seeks to increase the access of healthy, locally grown and produced foods to the community, thereby supporting community members, a local food economy, family farms, and local producers.

Market Information:

The Market accepts the Link Card, Senior Food Farmers Market Coupons and WIC.  These programs align with Loyola’s mission to serve those in need by increasing access to fresh, nutritious, locally grown and produced foods that are affordable.

Link Card users can earn $25 in Link Match currency for every $25 spent per market day!

Support for Link Match is supplemented through grant provided by LINK Up Illinois, a program of Experimental Station that provides grants to Illinois farmers markets to support access for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants to healthy foods. They achieve this through their SNAP support and Link Match. For more information about LINK Up Illinois and Experimental Station, visit their website.

Please note the Loyola Plaza is private property and may not be used for political campaigns or other activities that have not been approved by Loyola’s Community Relations department. Click here for details on the Loyola Plaza Usage Policy.

The Loyola Farmers Market is supported by Loyola’s Institute of Environmental Sustainability, Community Relations, Facilities Management, Campus Safety, Finance, Lakeside Management, and the Experimental Station.

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About the Market:

The Loyola Farmers Market is a direct result of a student project in Loyola’s Solutions to Environmental Problems (STEP) Food Systems course in 2009.

Officially launched in 2011, the goals of the market are to:

  • Increase access of fresh, nutritious, locally grown and produced foods to community members in a densely populated urban setting.
  • To contribute to Loyola’s mission to serve those in need by providing a community gathering place where healthy foods are affordable.
  • To support small growers and families that apply sustainable agriculture and land conservation practices.
  • To support small producers with entrepreneurial spirit.
  • To create a public space where community members can relax and purchase local and seasonal foods, thereby supporting the “farm to plate” lifestyle.

The Farmers Market team and volunteers support the community, growers, and local food!