Common Ground’s Mobile Market 2019-09-19T11:05:43-05:00
Common Ground’s Mobile Market

Mobile Market Patrons enjoy fresh food close to home!

The Mobile Market, in operation since is pilot season in 2012, is a farmstand on wheels that brings fresh produce from Connecticut farms directly to New Haven neighborhoods. The Mobile Market visits neighborhoods in New Haven that might not have access to a farmers market or grocery store, including housing authority and senior living sites, during the Summer months.

Common Ground supplies the Mobile Market with fresh produce grown on their farm and other regional farms, as well as student workers from our Green Jobs Corps Program, a youth employment and leadership development program that links students with meaningful, paid work. Community members and our partners make the Market a vibrant part of their neighborhood in the Summer, enjoying cooking demonstrations, greeting other regular shoppers and buying fresh healthy food for their families.

2019 Mobile Market Dates, Times & Locations

Cash • Debit • Credit  • WIC + Senior Farmer’s Market Coupons Accepted • SNAP *Thanks to Cityseed we will match your SNAP $1 for $1 up to $10, your SNAP will go 2x as far!

Cornell Scott Hill Health Center on Columbus Ave. – Fridays
July – September 10:00am-12:20pm
400 Columbus Avenue

Cornell Scott Hill Health Center at Wilmot Crossing– Fridays
July – September 1:30pm-2:30pm
200 Wilmot Road
Behind the Health Center

Newhallville Learning Corridor- 2nd and 4th Thursdays
*In partnership with CPEN + CTNext
July – September
July 11th, July 25th, Aug. 8th, Aug. 15th, Aug 23rd, Sept. 5th, Sept. 19th
5:00pm-7:00pm
Shelton Ave and Hazel Ave.
Family Fitness on the Canal on Saturday, July 27th 10:00-1:00pm

Various Senior Centers and Residences TBD
July – September
Time TBD

The Mobile Market would not be possible without the support of Cornell Scott Hill Health Center, CPEN at the Learning Corridor in Newhallville, CTNext, House of Naan, City Seed, Elm City Communities, the Commission on Aging of the City of New Haven and Massaro Farm.