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San Marcos Farmer’s Market

We provide an outlet for Central Texas farmers and artisans to market their fresh, homegrown crops and homemade products to local consumers.

Membership is available to Central Texas producers who meet the criteria established in the association by-laws and who have been approved for membership by the Board of Directors.

Why choose to eat local?
Fresh, healthy food.
Staying healthy is easy when it’s enjoyable, and fresh food just tastes better.
Endless variety!
Selection changes with the seasons at the farmer’s market, providing you an opportunity to try something new… and to diversify your diet in the process!
Stay connected to the land.
By eating locally grown food you will learn about seasonal availability, and San Marcos’ unique agricultural climate.
Join a community.
“Eating Local” is more than just buying groceries. It’s a chance to engage and support your community.
Support the local economy.
By eating local you not only support the farmers who grow your food, but the San Marcos economy as a whole.
Help keep San Marcos Beautiful.
Farms are beautiful. Future generations won’t be able to drive through the hills filled with farmland if we don’t support them today.
Our vendors
Get to know your Community
River Bottom Farms
River Bottom Farms

River Bottom Farms is located just east of the city of San Marcos. All produce is grown using 100% organic products and sustainable practices.

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Redbud Roasters
Redbud Roasters

Freshly roasted, fair trade, organic, shade grown, and 100% Arabica coffee. A longtime vendor at the market, and a San Marcos staple.

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Suzi’s Naturals
Suzi’s Naturals

Suzi's Naturals sells organic and natural bath and body products, teas, tinctures, vegetables, fruits and herbs. Find hand made gifts of feathers, jewelry, succulents or many other treasures.

Emadi Acres
Emadi Acres

Emadi Acres Farm and Orchard specializing in fruits and vegetables and pasture raised eggs.

Meraki Shoppe
Meraki Shoppe

Emma Adams, a Texas State University student, started Meraki Shoppe in her dorm room. Now after a few years, Meraki Shoppe offers original art, specialty baked goods, and other unique items all made here in San Marcos, TX by Emma herself.

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Kitchen Gardens
Kitchen Gardens

Culinary herbs, colorful gourd, heirloom tomatoes, flowers, salad greens, cooking greens, and much more from the garden. Other products include granola, granola bars as well as Jams, Jelly and fruit from the orchard. Kitchen Gardens is 1 acre carved out of the rocky hill country in San Marcos, Tx. Owned and operated by Susan and Bobby Warren.

Birdies Farm and Flowers
Birdies Farm and Flowers

Birdie's Farm & Flowers sells Teas, Tisanes, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Tacos, Empanadas, Canned Items, Soaps and Candles.
We believe sharing Gods Good Gifts is a service and are pleased to offer some of those treasures with love and health in mind.

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Genfan Family Farm
Genfan Family Farm

Genfan Family Farm is a small farm located in Martindale, Texas providing fresh, homegrown produce at the San Marcos Farmers Market each Saturday. We also specialize in honey, eggs, and flower bouquets.

Graber Girls' Goodies
Graber Girls' Goodies

A pair of sisters selling baked pies, sweet breads, cakes, bars, and cookies.

Radient Rae's
Radient Rae's

Handmade items created with lots of love and a little light of the world. Raechel specializes in ceramics, also enjoys making jewelry out of natures stones. She also dabbles in several other art forms.

Nature Folk Art
Nature Folk Art

Hand carved canes and Christian plaques.

Daniel Velazsquez
Daniel Velazsquez

Bountiful produce and bouquets year round.

Caskey Orchards
Caskey Orchards

Owner operated Texas grown peaches Mid-May to mid-August. Sold exclusively at San Marcos Farmers and Barton Creek Farmers Market. Cliff Caskey, producer.

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Green Space, TX -- Natural Foods & Juices
Green Space, TX -- Natural Foods & Juices

Offering cold-pressed juices and real fruit smoothies.

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Nature in Glass

Created Stained glass art work since 1980. Markets glass wind chimes and handmade glass jewelry. Plants and vegetables when available.