The Pine City Farmers Market project is an on-going community food system project designed to provide the structure and space for local farmers, artists, and craft-people to sell their products directly to the public. As a state-sanctioned market, seventy percent of the products sold at Pine City Farmers Market must be locally produced food within a 100-mile radius of Jackson, Alabama. The other 30 percent may be locally produced arts and crafts. This season our market featured locally produced fruits and vegetables, jams, pickles, honey, baked goods, plants, wooden creations, original artworks, and other items. We consider the Market an essential community destination because it located in a low access/low income tract, which is considered a food desert by the USDA. Our weekly market provided a much-needed access point to fresh food within walking distance to many low-income residents. In addition, Pine City Farmers Market participated in activities to promote garden education and community outreach.