KYNETON Farmers Market has launched a new initiative designed to make use of people's excess produce.
A community swap table set up at the monthly market allows people to exchange produce grown in their home gardens for something different.
It's run by Kyneton Transition Hub, Kyneton Edible Gardens and Luckwood Community Food Cycle and supported by the farmers market.
Kyneton Transition Hub's Julie McLaren said the swap was gaining popularity.
"There's a lot of people out there who have excess produce who can swap it and take something else home. This has included rhubarb, Jerusalem artichokes, feijoas, eggs and silverbeet.
"We've had a great response. People are telling us what a good idea it was and have offered to bring produce. It's adding to the community atmosphere we already have. It's something people really appreciate."
The next Kyneton Farmers Market is on Saturday, July 14.