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Want to learn more about our Mobile Farmers Market?
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In Summer 2020, Urban Harvest launched its Mobile Farmers Market

Throughout the month you can find the Market set up in some of Houston’s least-served and most food insecure communities. Our goal is to give our customers more choice, support their healthy eating, and continue to help build a resilient local food community in Houston.

Everything at the Mobile Market is sourced from local farms and producers and sold at cost to our customers. Moreover, because all our Mobile Markets are Double Up Food Bucks sites, customers who pay with their EBT/Lone Star card receive a free dollar of fresh produce for every EBT dollar they spend at the Market.

East End

Avenue J
New Hope Housing
5220 Avenue J; 10am – 1pm


Lantrip Elementary
100 Telephone Rd.; 2pm – 4pm


UT Physicians – Greens
550 Greens Pkwy.; 10am – 1pm


Avenue Center
3517 Irvington Blvd.; 2pm – 5pm


BakerRipley East Aldine
3000 Aldine Mail Rte. Rd.; 10am – 1pm


Burbank Middle School
315 Berry Rd.; 2pm – 4pm


Clark Park
9710 Clark Rd.; 9am – noon


Northeast Community FM
5425 Troost; 9am – noon


Wesley Community Center
1410 Lee St.; 2pm – 5pm


Baker Ripley Gulfton
6500 Rookin St.; 2pm – 5pm


HOPE Clinic
13930 Bellaire Blvd.; 10am – 1pm

3rd Ward

Blackshear Elementary
2900 Holman St.; 2:30pm – 4:30pm


Trinity UMC
2600 Holman St.; 10am – 1pm

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