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A Stroll Through the Area's Must-Visit Farmers Markets

A Peek at Our Community's Open-Air Markets and What Makes Each One Unique

There’s just something about the Spring air that begs for a stroll along the aisles of a farmer’s market. For some, it’s the draw of fresh produce while others find the eggs to be the item of desire. And for others still, it’s simply the contagious energy that comes with neighbors connecting with their farmers and their food. Whatever the desire, The Woodlands area boasts an impressive variety of markets, each with its own unique style. 

- The Montgomery Farmers Market -
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Weather Dependent.
www.montgomeryfarmersmarket.com

Showcasing a collective of vendors that satisfy a rigorous application process, the Montgomery Farmers Market is intent on empowering its visitors with the knowledge needed to shift away from the Truckitarian model of the modern food supply chain. Focused on creating the space for neighbors to establish long-term, collaborative relationships with farmers, the Montgomery Market is unique in more ways than one. If the idea of a food revolution resonates, this market is a must see. 

- The Theiss Farms Market on Rayford Rd. -
Open Daily from March to mid-December.
www.theissfarmsmarket.com/rayford-location

Continuing several generations of family farming, the Theiss Farms Market on Rayford houses the second storefront location for the Theiss family. Daily, this conveniently located market offers an open-air, family-owned alternative to the larger grocery stores for items like fresh produce, eggs, honey, and just about anything gardening related.

- The Farmers Market on Tamina -
Every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rain or Shine.
www.farmersmarketontamina.com

Uniquely situated in the Culinary Courtyard of Magnolia, the bustling Market on Tamina has consistently provided a vibrant atmosphere for all to enjoy since 2016. Visitors of this boutique market are greeted by excited, eager, and friendly vendors. Including non-profit pet adoptions, seasonal and holiday market specials, and monthly live music, this neighborhood market effortlessly invites its visitors to come shop, eat, and stay awhile. 

- The Woodlands Farmer's Market at Grogan's Mill -
Hours Depend on Time of Year.
www.grogansmill.org/fmabout

Sponsored by the Grogan’s Mill Village Association, The Woodlands Farmer’s Market has shared local produce, prepared foods, and artisan goods with its neighbors since 2008. As the Grogan’s Mill Village Association’s philanthropic programs utilize and distribute the market’s proceeds to generously pour back into the community, the market has created a beautiful relationship between its vendors, its visitors, and the community at large. 

- The Tomball Farmers Market -
Every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rain or Shine.
www.tomballfarmersmarket.org

Nestled within Tomball’s historic old-town square, the Tomball Farmers Market has been providing local, seasonal and artisanal goods to its community since 2008. Although it has expanded from its original size of six vendors to an impressive nearly 60 vendors, it still boasts a grassroots vibe. Including options from farmers, craft vendors, cottage food vendors, and pre-prepared foods, Tomball Farmers Market is robust in its offerings.

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