Our Farmers Market Returns May 15
The wait is over! The Harvest Green Farmers Market returns from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 15, and we can’t wait to dig into those farm fresh veggies.
The Harvest Green Farmers Market will be every third Saturday of each month rain or shine at 8939 Harlem Rd, Richmond, TX 77406, opposite to Messina Hof. Which means you can do your grocery shopping at the market then stop off for a glass of wine.
Each month will have a theme. As the first market takes place in May, we are incorporating our two favorite things — Moms and flowers. Be sure to bring the kids so they can create a special flower-related gift for her. Our playground and maze are open to young guests and anyone can tour our working farm.
What's New at the Harvest Green Farmer's Market?
The market focuses on local and sustainable products, including the fresh vegetables and herbs grown on our very own Village Farm. In addition, you’ll be able to pick up eggs and meat from Wheeler Family Farm and Statkar Farms, as well as Nando’s Honey and Young Hustler’s Coffee. Also on hand will be:
Come out this month and bring our farm to your table. You’ll be supporting local farms and small businesses as well as doing something great for your family! If you can’t make it this month, upcoming dates are June 19, July 17, Aug. 21 and Sept. 9. Don’t forget to stop at the ATM as not all vendors accept credit cards. See you and your canvas tote bags there!
About Harvest green
Welcome to Harvest Green, a 1,300-acre master-planned community and agri-hood offering new homes for sale in Richmond, Texas. As the first Houston-area development centered on a community farm and resident CSA (community supported agriculture), we're excited to have been voted "Master Planned Community of the Year" by the GHBA in 2018 and a Top-Selling Community in the Nation in 2019 and 2020! At our new homes in Richmond, TX, just-picked produce locally harvested within the community, neighborhood gatherings give residents a chance to form friendships over casual wine dinners, and children gain an appreciation for the environment as they watch crops grow. Harvest Green shows you the difference between living and living well.