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Clark Park Farmer's Market

(Green Farmers Market)

Baltimore Ave & S 43rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19143
(215) 568-0830
In partnership with The Food Trust, University City District (UCD) organizes and promotes the Clark Park Farmers’ Market to help children, adults and
Local farmers pile tables with an amazing variety of beautiful, locally grown fruits and vegetables. The fresh foods cover the spectrum from affordabl
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Last verified: 10/2/2009

7 Comments about Clark Park Farmer's Market
"Clark Park and University City just feel like a whole different world to me - its just not a part of the city I've ever been really really exposed to," -
"High quality stuff with a range of toxicity (regular to organic), local dairy, meat and eggs, baked goods, a very cool produce stand run by high schoo" -
"I've only been here a handful of times but each time I bought some bang-up zucchini bread and ate it under a tree in the park.  My sole complaint" -
"Minus one star for being so very small. Plus four stars for being practically perfect in every other day.  If you are lucky, you may even get to" -
"My favorite farmer's market in Philly.   Not nearly as over-priced as Rittenhouse or Headhouse or even Piazza, but with a broad selection of ven" -
"Ok, so I know the Clark Park Farmer's Market is fantastic. It really is. But it only gets 3 stars because of how small it is. I'm sorry to snob it up " -
"Perhaps it is eary in the season yet, but the only way I could love the Clark Park Farmer's Market more than I do now is if it were bigger. The far" -
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