Plant It Forward farms are selling fresh produces directly on-the-farm at their neighborhood Farm Stands. You can stop by during Farm Stand hours to buy freshly harvested produce from your friendly neighborhood farmer.
If you’d like to stop by and see one of their farms, Plant It Forward recommends that you visit during Farm Stand hours and meet one of their farmers.
SNAP, credit, and debit accepted!
PLANT IT FORWARD WAREHOUSE
4030 Willowbend Blvd, Houston TX 77025
For more information, visit plant-it-forward.org.
The Rice Farmers Market is open every Tuesday, rain or shine, from 3:30 PM until 6:30 PM at Entrance 13B off of 5600 Greenbriar Dr. Parking is free. The Rice University Farmers Market supports activities, goods and services that promote community education about the benefits of eating fresh, locally produced food. No cash? Not a problem. The market has tokens that can be purchased with a check and used for purchases with our vendors. If you would like to become a vendor, please check out their Rice Farmers Market Rules and Rice Farmers Market Online Application.
All About Central City Co-Op
In September 2001, Jennifer Georgantas and Pat Greer dreamed of a community of people joining together each week around healthy, earth-friendly food. This dream became a reality 15 years ago with the founding of Central City Co-Op, Houston’s very first organic co-op.
Organic Produce, Organic Community
Our mission is to support sustainable, chemical free farming practices through offering both 1) sustainably raised local and 2) certified USDA organic national produce and farm goods to our community at the fairest prices possible.
Everything we carry on our shelves and stock in our shares is either locally, sustainably grown by farmers we know or is nationally-certified USDA organic. Both are great options for you and for our planet!
Central City Co-Op also provides a space for individuals to come together as a community. We support every member of our community in their journey to learn more about where their food comes from, how it’s produced, and how the local economy is impacted by food choices.
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Visit us in every Wednesday inside Kindred Church at 2515 Waugh Drive. Take a tour with a volunteer to see us first hand!
Shop with us in our open market on Wednesday, or pre-order a share on our online store (by 6 pm Sundays for Wednesday pickup).
Non-members can pre-order their first share in person on Wednesday with the members-only 10% discount (one time only). After that, individuals must become a member to receive the discount.
Learn even more about Central City Co-Op in our FAQs.
The public can enjoy a variety of locally prepared ready-to-eat or packaged to-go foods, pick up farm-fresh weekly groceries and at the same time support sustainable food, all amidst Houston’s dramatic downtown urban setting. The City Hall Farmers Market will feature more than 30 vendors (located along both sides of City Hall’s reflection pool), including local fresh produce grown by local farmers, cheeses, breads, roasted coffees, and a variety of prepared meals, as well as food trucks.
Downtown dwellers and employees are encouraged to walk, take Greenlink (the downtown shuttle) or ride a bike via Houston Bike Share. Garage Parking is located at 400 Rusk or metered street parking is available.
Every Thursday, rain or shine, from 2 pm to 6 pm (3 pm to 7 pm during Daylight Saving Time), Lake Houston Area residents visit Kingwood Town Center Park to pick up produce, fresh bread, homemade soaps, herbs, flowers, plants, Indian food, and more from Kingwood Farmers Market.
The Kingwood Famers Market makes our community stronger because shoppers have the opportunity to meet the faces behind their food and vendors get chance to meet and connect with the communities they nourish.
For information on becoming a vendor email Mike at [email protected]
The Westchase Farmers Market will open on Thursday, October 24. Sponsored by the Westchase District, the market will operate on Thursdays from 3-6 pm (4 to 7 pm during the summer months) in the parking lot of St. Cyril’s of Alexandria Church, 10503 Westheimer (at Rogerdale), just a few blocks outside the Beltway. For more information, go towww.westchasedistrict.com or contact the market manager, John Carey ([email protected]
This the same market that you knew as The LaCenterra Farmers Market!
The Farmers Market on Grand Parkway gives local vendors and farmers a place to come together and celebrate good, hard, honest work – the work done by the hands of our neighbors. Come out and help us grow.
Interested in becoming a Vendor? Download the application.
Please the submit the application by email to: [email protected] or mail to: 1895 Barker Cypress Road #6107 Houston, Texas 77084
To follow up on application, please call 832 878-9806.
For more information, visit farmersmarketongrandparkway.com.
The Urban Harvest Eastside Farmers Market bring the bounty of the garden to Houstonians every Saturday year round, rain or shine, 8-12pm. Growers offer locally produced vegetables, fruits, farm products, dairy products, prepared foods, cut flowers and plants. The Urban Harvest’s colorful market supports a number of family farms and boosts the income of small growers from the area. 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.
Due to City Health ordinance, dogs are not allowed at the Urban Harvest Eastside Farmers Market.
March 24, 2018 – 18th Annual Fruit Tree Sale
The Woodlands Farmer’s Market at Grogan’s Mill was established in 2008 as “The Grogan’s Mill Farmer’s Market,” a weekly community event sponsored by the Grogan’s Mill Village Association. The Market is open Saturdays from 8 am – 12 pm at the Grogan’s Mill Center. The market typically closes only one Saturday during the year, the Saturday between Christmas and New Year’s Day. If you drive to the market you will find the village center has plenty of parking. If you choose to walk or ride your bike, it is located just off of the Mill Bend Trail with direct access under Grogan’s Mill Rd.
The Market adheres to high standards requiring that all agricultural and artisan vendors grow or produce the good they sell. Each of the prepared food vendors is required to use a commercial kitchen when preparing their product.
Profits from our Market are returned to the community through the Grogan’s Mill Village Association’s philanthropic programs. These programs include but are not limited to, college scholarships from, support of CISD schools and Good Citizen Awards.
Clearlake Shores Farmers Market has a unique diversity of seasonal fresh fruits, nuts, beans and vegetables from Frobergs Farm and Georgias Grassfed Beef/Farm to Market, eggs and delicious canned and baked goods from Alvin’s Joyful Noise Farm, homemade preserves, salsa and hot sauce(Texas Select), delicious spice blends for seasoning(Salt-Spices and More), fresh served cottage foods from Mexico(Mama Lupes), Columbia/Paraguay(Kapau Empanadas) and India(Nisha’s), ready to make Beer Bread, Brenham Kitchen hand blended Fruit and Nut mixes, home-made tortilla chips by “Vees Chips”, locally produced honey(Tom’s Honey), organic beverages at the Organic Juice Bar, Organo Gold Coffee, Organic Teas(Tea Solutions), local handmade crafts and artisan soaps, including cutting-boards(Re-leaf), jewelry, organic/naturally grown fruit trees and vegetable transplants, butterfly/hummingbird host and nectar plants, organic gardening supplies from Faith’s Garden Shed “Naturally” or Grace Outdoors and so much more!
For updates, visit Clearlake Shores Farmers Market Facebook’s Page.