Photos from Mesa Farmers Market here.
4700 E. Warner, Phoenix (just west of 48th St. behind Blockbuster)
Includes produce, food products, information booths, and crafts.
Mill Avenue Farmers Market
24 E 6th Street in Tempe
Sundays from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Local produce, food and craft vendors
Trilogy at Power Ranch Farmers Market
Tuesdays from 9:00am to 11:30am
Produce, breads, gluten free products, and dog treats. Put on by Green Bee Produce.
Thursdays from 4:30 to 7:30pm
Indoor farmers market on a farm. In addition to local produce, eggs, etc, there will be hay rides, a petting zoo, horse riding, and other activities.
Located at Superstion Farm, 3440 S Hawes Rd in Mesa
Downtown Chandler Farmers Market
Thursdays from 3 pm to 7 pm at Dr. A.J. Chandler Park
Local, organic produce and other food and craft items.
Live music the second and fourth market of each month.
Mesa Farmers Market
Friday 9 am to 12pm at the Rendezvous Green, 263 N. Center St. in Mesa
Every 2nd and 4th Friday look for the Shine Bus at the south end of the market for cooking demonstrations, nutritional & fitness nformation, kids activities, and more.
McClintock Fountains Farmers Market
Summer hours are 7:00am to 11am (I don't know when the times change)
Old Town Scottsdale Farmers Market
8:30am to 1pm on Saturdays in downtown Scottsdale, E. 1st St. and N. Brown Ave
Features local produce, eggs, meats, and more. Go here for info on gardening classes available at the market and here for general market info.
Gilbert Farmers Market
Saturday 9am to 1pm at 222 N. Ash St. in Gilbert (next to the water tower in downtown Gilbert)
On May 7th summer hours will begin: 7:00am to 11:00am
Queen Creek Farmers Market
Second Saturday Mornings through July (May 14 and June 11 from 8am til noon, and July 9th from 7am til 11am)
Queen Creek Library, 21802 S. Ellsworth Road
Find fresh produce, unique home items and creative gifts
Tempe Farmers Market (permanent location open daily)
805 S. Farmer Ave in Tempe
Open daily from 8am to 10pm
In addition, the MacDonald Street Farmers Market that is in conjunction with MAC Fest will be going on one last time before summer and the Fountain Hills Farmers Market is open on Thursday, the last time before summer. ASU's Farmers Market will hopefully be running again in the fall.
Shift Arizona suggests an easy way to start buying local if you're not use to it or if you're on a budget. Just start with 10% of your food budget--spend 10% of what you already spend on food locally and you can feel good about where your money is going.
p.s. If you like this info, share it with your friends!
UPDATE: Solera Farmers Market in Chandler has been removed from this list because they no longer have a farmers market.