Pinecrest Gardens Farmer’s Market

A space to talk about climate change, a time to engage with your community, and a chance to be a part of a movement. 

Stop by our tent at the Pinecrest Gardens Farmer’s Market, every Sunday from 
9am to 2pm!

Location: Outside Cortada’s Studio at Pinecrest Gardens’ Whilden-Carrier Cottage

Our Tent

Currently, our tent is focusing on Cortada Projects’ latest participatory eco-art project, Plan(T). At our tent you will learn about what Plan(T) is doing to address the issues of sea-level rise and saltwater intrusion in South Florida. We will be giving out mangrove propagules to all who stop by and come chat with us. These mangrove propagules are for you to plant in your own backyard, along with an elevation-marked flag that you will paint and decorate at our table!

About the Farmer's Market

Pinecrest Gardens Farmer’s Market operates Sundays from 9:00am till 2:00pm every week. You will find the season’s best bounty of fruits, vegetables, honey, flowers, meats, cheeses, and specialty products throughout the year. The market represents a convergence of top local sustainable and organic farmers and food purveyors from the Miami area, Redlands, Homestead, Clewiston, and Ft. Pierce. Furthermore, the market is committed to the artisan food community and to fostering the values of that community at Pinecrest Gardens. The marketplace is not only a vibrant gathering of local farmers and artisan producers, but also independently owned and operated small local food businesses who are committed to the  well-being of the customers they serve.

Make sure to also stop by the Hibiscus Gallery during your visit to Pinecrest Gardens! Here you will be able to see an installation of Plan(T), Flower Force and other projects by local artist, Xavier Cortada.