The Woodlands residents can visit several local farmers markets each weekend. From jams and jellies to fresh produce and eggs, each market features multiple vendors for guest to consider. Markets are held regularly on Saturdays on Sundays.
Theiss Farms Market
The Theiss family has been producing vegetables and other farm and ranch products for more than 158 years in Spring and the surrounding area. The market’s Rayford Road location opened in 2008, and the Stuebner Airline Road location started in the late 1970s. Both markets are open seven days a week during most of the year, offering freshly cut corn daily. The markets also offer fresh fruits and homegrown vegetables, along with jellies, jams and pickles.
2008 Rayford Road, Spring
17045 Stuebner Airline Road, Spring
The Woodlands Farmers Market at Grogan’s Mill
Originally founded as the Grogan’s Mill Farmers Market, this market is pedestrian- and bike-accessible and features only products made in commercial kitchens or grown by the vendors selling them. Profits from the market go to benefit the Grogan’s Mill Village Association’s philanthropic programs, including local scholarships for Conroe ISD students. The market often features food trucks, live music, demonstrations and free samples.
7 Switchbud Place, The Woodlands
Farmer’s Market on Tamina
Owners Jennifer and Craig Lobel opened the market in October 2016 next to The Culinary Courtyard on Tamina Road. The Farmer’s Market on Tamina offers food, farmer and artisan vendors with multiple ready-to-consume food options, Jennifer Lobel said. The market features live music once monthly, signature items from bakery vendors and a specialty themed market each month. The market features a complimentary mimosa that goes with the season each Saturday.
Southwest intersection of FM 1488 and Tamina Road
Worth the trip
Tomball Farmer’s Market
Tomball Farmer’s Market
The Tomball Farmer’s Market on Main Street maintains a 51 percent ratio of farmers to other vendors, President Michelle Bundy said. Each vendor is sourced within a 150-mile radius. Farm vendors often include nontraditional farmers, such as jam and jelly vendors, soap made from goat and cow milk, olive farmers and salsa made from homegrown peppers, Bundy said. The market also features educational, community service and nonprofit vendor spaces. The market is open on Saturdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. www.tomballfarmersmarket.org