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Farmers Market


The Navasota Farmers Market is currently held on the THIRD Saturday of each month from 9AM--2PM in Blues Alley. Parking is available around the pavilion at Mance Lipscomb Park and the public parking lot next to the Visitors' Kiosk, located at the corner of Washington Ave and Farquar St. (Time and place is subject to change as needed)

You are welcome to set up at these locations every Saturday following the same guidelines, but these alternate Saturdays will not include City advertising.

Mission/Vision Statement

Navasota Farmers Market is a cooperative effort of local farmers, vendors, artists, and families dedicated to providing the highest quality food and handmade products to our community. We envision a healthy community nourished by sustainable food systems providing economically viable opportunities for agricultural vendors, food producers, and artisans. We uphold the age-old tradition of allowing the consumer to meet the producer while encouraging the production and consumption of agricultural and handmade products in the Brazos Valley, particularly in Grimes County and Navasota. Maintaining a diverse mix of products offered for sale at the Navasota Farmer’s Market will provide direct marketing opportunities for growers, specialty food vendors, and artisan vendors alike.

The Navasota Farmer’s Market is more than just a place of business; it is a mutually beneficial and sustainable community gathering space.

The goals of the Navasota Farmer’s Market are to:

  • Act as a grassroots marketplace for local growers, producers, artisans and vendors
  • Educate and inform the community on sustainable local food systems
  • Support sustainable farm operations and thriving local economies
Why it benefits the Navasota community:
  • Strengthens the local economy/revitalization of Historic Downtown Navasota by redirecting consumers’ food dollars to local growers and producers
  • Provides a beneficial community gathering space and marketplace for vendors, downtown merchants and shoppers while also acting as an incubator for independent, seasonal micro businesses
  • Educates the community about local growing conditions and food crops, as well as sustainable organic growing practices.

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