Pearland Old Townsite Farmers Market

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Times: Every 2nd and 4th Saturday each month.  8am – 12pm

Location: Pearland
Address: Zychlinski Park,  2243 Grand Blvd. Pearland, TX 77581
Phone: 281-804-4211
Websitewww.pearlandoldtownsitefarmersmarket.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Pearland-Old-Townsite-Farmers-Market

Vendors: www.pearlandoldtownsitefarmersmarket.com/2014-season-vendors.html

Local Honey, Farm Fresh Veggies, Free Range Eggs, Grass-fed Beef, Locally Roasted Coffee, Homemade soap and lotions, Fresh breads, and much much more! We offer a Gardener’s Corner that is provided by the Pearland Old Townsite Farmer’s Market in order to allow local families and farmers an avenue for them to sell their extra produce when they do not yield enough harvest to make a booth lease possible.

Items allowed to be sold:  Produce, herbs, vegetables, flower and herb transplants, and seedlings. (plants must be in 1/2 gallon or smaller pots and no more than 12 inches tall)

How to participate in the Gardener’s Corner: You will need to make a reservation by the Friday before your chosen market day. Reservations can be made by emailing Cassie Mitchel (281-804-4211) : info@bayareahomesteading.com

Kingwood Farmers Market

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Times: Every Thursday 2pm – 6pm

Location: Kingwood
Address: Town Center Park – 8 North Main Street Kingwood, TX 77339
Phone: (713)-628-1886 (Tony Austin – Coordinator)  (713)-4194574 (Mike Ibanez – Market Manager)
Email: info@towncenterevents.com
Website: www.towncenterevents.com/farmersmarket
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kingwoodfarmersmarket

List of Vendors: www.towncenterevents.com/farmersmarket

The Chamber of Commerce brings the Farmers Market to Kingwood  Town Center Park every Thursday from 3pm – 7pm. Come and visit the certified vendors to buy locally grown and produced fruit, vegetables, and such delicacies as Indian food, jellies, and jams, artisan breads, olive oil, goat cheese, lavender, jerky, sugar-free desserts, orchids, and many others.

Feast of Artisans Farmers Market

Times: Every 2 Weeks on Friday 4pm – 9pm (Brewery is open till 10pm)

Location: Southern Star Brewing Co.
Address1207 N. FM 3083 East Conroe, TX  77303feast
Phone: (713) 992-5983
Email: lorraine@feastofartisans.com
Websitewww.feastofartisans.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Feast-of-Artisans

Events: www.feastofartisans.com/events

Vendors ( The list is ever expanding): Allida’s Bare Bones and Big RocksBits & BobsBravado SpiceCassia AromaticsFais Do-Do MacaronsFrozen BlissGulf Coast Urban FarmLove & KindnessNisha’s Quick-n-Ezee Indian FoodPaula ArtSalinas SalsaSam WishSt. Fairstead Farm, Sugar Skull Sweets, Tejas ChocolateTexas Beard CompanyTexas Hill Country Olive Co., The Eclectic Studio & GalleryThe Purple PolliwogTrois Laurent PatisserieVirtue Coffee

 

Imperial Sugar Land Farmers Market

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Times: Saturday’s from 9am – 1pm (rain or shine)

Location: Sugar Land
Address: 198 Kempner St. Sugar Land TX 77478
Phone: (281) 677-7996
Email: imperialfarmersmarket@gmail.com
Website: www.imperialsugarland.com/farmersmarket
Facebook: www.facebook.com/FarmersMarketAtImperial

Vendor Listwww.imperialsugarland.com/farmers_market/Farm_Vendor

When is a tomato not just another tomato? When it is available for purchase fresh from the field at a neighborhood farmers market. Residents of Sugar Land and beyond can enjoy the freshest-tasting produce, view one-a-kind arts and crafts and interesting artisan finds at the Farmers Market at Imperial, located at Highway 90 at Brooks Street (198 Kempner St in Sugar Land). Presented by the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, each Farmers Market at Imperial will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. rain or shine, year round. 

Imperial Sugar Land features wine, produce, breads, meats, crafts, salsas & hot sauce, and more!

Urban Harvest Farmers Market

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Websiteurbanharvest.org/home 
Facebookwww.facebook.com/UrbanHarvestHouston

Location & Times: Several around the greater Houston area

Contact: 

713.880.5540      info@urbanharvest.org       Urban Harvest 2311 Canal Street, Suite 200  Houston, TX 77003

Sow the seeds for a garden and you may be surprised at what grows alongside the vegetables and fruits. Little minds sprout and flourish. Friendships blossom. Communities thrive. Harvest the garden and it nourishes the body and mind, provides revenue, and instills respect for a greener, sustainable environment.

From this simple concept grew Urban Harvest, a nonprofit organization with three hardworking programs at its core: Community Gardens, gardening and youth Education, and Farmers Markets. Urban Harvest inspires and empowers people of diverse backgrounds to grow and share healthy foods, in the process enriching the city we all call home.

The Urban Harvest Farmers Markets bring the bounty of the garden to Houstonians several times a week year round, rain or shine. Growers offer locally produced vegetables, fruits, farm products, dairy products, prepared foods, cut flowers and plants. Our colorful markets support a number of family farms and boost the income of small growers from the area. Even school groups, community gardeners and backyard gardeners have the opportunity to sell their products and learn about market gardening with the Houston Regional Market Growers Co-op.

Sweet Magnolia Pickins Farmers & Artisans Market

Every 1st & 3rd Sunday from 11am-3pmWicker basket with assorted organic vegetables and fruits isolated on white

Location: Corner of 1488 & Fm 1774 Magnolia TX 77354
Phone: (936) 206-8595
Emailinfo@sweetmagnoliapickins.net
Websitewww.sweetmagnoliapickins.net

List of Vendors:  www.sweetmagnoliapickins.net/vendors.htm

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Magnolia-Farmers-Artisans-Market/240268125935Market

Manager: Charles Henderson
Dragon Weyr Farms
18940 Julie Ln. Magnolia, TX 77355
832-934-2648

The Magnolia Farmers & Artisans Market is held every 1st and 3rd Sunday from 11-3pm at the intersection of 1488 and 1774. We’re a small, but growing market with local homegrown and homemade foods and one of a kind artists handmade products.

In 2009 the inspired vision of a handful of Magnolia citizens came to fruition when the Magnolia Farmers Market, known as Sweet Magnolia Pickins, was established with the aid of the Magnolia 4B Community Development Corporation.  Magnolia 4B turned it over to the manager of the market, Charles Henderson, in April of 2013.

Join us 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month from 11:00 am till 3:00p.m. at the intersection of FMs 1488 and 1774.  With the support of the greater Magnolia area it continues to grow and to offer local residents a fresher higher quality local option to the industrial food system and a chance to buy one-of-a-kind hand made products from local artists around the area. The strength of this market is a testament to the strength of the Magnolia area.To learn more about the products available and the farmers and other producers who bring them to market, please see our Vendors page.  If you are interested in becoming a vendor, you can find all the fees, rules, and application form on the rules page.

Galveston’s Own Farmers Market

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Sundays: 9am – 12pm (June – September)                                                                                   9am – 1pm (October – May)

Location: Galveston
Address: 2508 Postoffice Street Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: 832-819-1561       Email: gofarmersmarket@gmail.com
Website: www.galvestonsownfarmersmarket.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/GalvestonsOwnFarmersMarket

Galveston’s Own Farmers Market brings locally grown produce, prepared foods,   and edible farm products to residents of Galveston and the surrounding areas every  Sunday morning. We strive to foster a greater sense of community; all while  supporting farmers + producers, and connecting individuals with their local food economy. nterested in becoming a vendor? Download the application/rules at http://www.galvestonsownfarmersmarket.com/vendors/ and email it to us at gofarmersmarket@gmail.com.

Vendor List:

Moon Dog Farms, Proverbs Farm, Pure Beeing, Winter Family Farm, 3rd Coast Kombucha, Island Aquaponics ,CoCreative Organics, Paleo Cottage Nut Butters, Pine Valley Produce, Oasis Juice Bar, TexaSelect Farms, Seeding Galveston Community Garden, From our Cottage Bakery to You Tortillas, Galveston Bread, Sandbar Scones, Bob’s Salsa with a Kick, Jackie’s Gourmet Pickles & Jams, D&M Gourmet Foods Olive Oils & Vinegars

Monthly: Law Ranch

Seasonal: Wilson Blueberry Farm, Humble Camp Peach Farm