Support Your Neighborhood Farmers Markets - Buy Your Holiday Meats & Veggies Locally

November 16, 2016
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Rain or shine, small or large: Houston’s farmers markets offer more than a place to buy good local products. The market is a place to meet, sip a coffee, listen to live music and enjoy a made-to-order bite to eat. Best of all, chat with the farmers who grew those fresh vegetables or raised that meat, the artisans who made that cheese, baked that bread, brewed that kombucha, pressed those juices and roasted those coffee beans or the growers who nurtured those seedlings.

When you buy direct from the farmer or artisan at a market, your dollars support their business. Your purchases keep our local economy thriving.

At Historic East End in Houston Farms, Food, Live Music Sundays 10am–2pm, year round 2800 Navigation Blvd., Houston

Farmers Market on Grand Parkway
Your Friendly Neighborhood Farmers Market Every Saturday 8am–noon 1225 W. Grand Pkwy. S., Katy

Finca Tres Robles Farm Stand
Freshest produce in Houston–buy farm direct Every Wednesday 2pm–6pm & Sat 9am–1pm 257 N Greenwood, Houston

Rice University Farmers Market
Real Farmers, Real Food, Real Fun Tuesdays 3:30–6:30pm, year round Entrance 13B off Greenbriar Dr.

Tomball Farmers Market
Home to local growers, craftsmen and artisans Saturdays 9am–1pm, year round 205 W. Main St., Tomball

Urban Harvest EastSide
Largest Farmers Market in Houston Saturdays 8am–noon, year round 3000 Richmond Ave., Houston

WestChase District Farmers Market
Straight-from-the-Farm Freshness Thursdays 3–6pm, year round 10503 Westheimer Rd., one block west of Beltway 8

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