Urban Harvest’s Houston Farmers Market Program continues to champion the vision that started it all: support fresh, real food – and those who grow and raise it. All farmers, ranchers and food vendors in our market come from within 180 miles of Houston, offering the freshest, local produce and meats available.

2752 Buffalo Speedway Houston, Texas 77027

Fill out our Vendor Interest Form to see if you qualify.

Read the market’s Rules and Regulations, and other fine print.

Discover just how local our vendors really are!

Support our farmers and vendors at the Urban Harvest Farmers Market

Urban Harvest’s Saturday Farmers Market started in 2003 with seven vendors, providing an outlet for community and backyard gardeners to sell fresh produce harvested directly from theirown soils. Today, many of our original vendors – including Animal Farm, Atkinson Farms, and Wood Duck Farm – are now part of one of Texas’ largest farmers markets, today supportingover 100 local Houston farmers market vendors.


All farmers, ranchers and food vendors in our market come from within 180 miles of Houston, offering the freshest, local produce and meats available. Our prepared and hot food vendors source at least 51% of their ingredients from local farms and growers, providing additional
economic support to producers and building a more interconnected local food system.”

Urban Harvest’s Houston Farmers Market Program continues to champion the vision that started it all:
support fresh, real food – and those who grow and raise it.

We Dig Houston. Discover just how local our vendors are!

About
Saturdays, 8am – 12pm, Year round, rain or shine

Location
St. John’s School
2752 Buffalo Speedway
Houston, Texas 77098

Free Parking
Parking entrance on Buffalo Speedway. Please park in the garage. We have 500+ parking spots!

Amenities
SNAP, Credit Cards accepted by 95% of vendors, ATM onsite by coffee booth.

No Pets Policy Strictly Enforced

Would your company be interested in sponsoring the market? Email tyler@urbanharvest.org, for info.

Grow Resilience with Urban Harvest:

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