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Farm Photo Essay: Weathertop Farm, Cardo’s Sprout Farm, and D-Bar Farm

In order to learn more about our market’s farmers, their practices, and their dedication to local food, the CFM steering committee and market manager are committed to visiting each veggie producer.  Since the market’s conception in 2003, site visits have helped us build community with our farmers, and just as importantly, they’ve allowed us teach farmers market shoppers about the source of their food. In the past month CFM committee members and staff visited Weathertop Farm, Cardo’s...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 27th

What’s fresh at the market this weekend.

SNAP benefits accepted at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fruits– Strawberries, Blackberries, Peaches

Vegetables– Hothouse Tomatoes- Slicer, Cherry, Grape, & Green New Potatoes Green Onions Leeks Bell Peppers Summer Squash- Yellow and Zucchini Cucumber- Pickling and Slicer Carrot Beet- Golden and...   | Read More

Craft Market this Saturday!

The spring craft market is this Saturday and this year the CFM is partnering with the Coppell Arts Council. More than 30 local artisans and makers will sell their handmade goods, and local entertainers will be on stage.

What’s Fresh May 20

What’s fresh at the market this weekend.

SNAP benefits accepted at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fruit– Strawberries, Blackberries

Vegetables– Hothouse Tomatoes- Slicer, Cherry, Grape, & Green New Potatoes Green Onions Leeks Mini-Bell Peppers Summer Squash- Yellow and Zucchini Cucumber- Pickling and Slicer Carrot Beet- Golden and Red Turnip Broccoli Cauliflower Brussels...   | Read More

Chef Demo this Saturday

Join us this Saturday, May 13th, for a lively demonstration by a local dietitian and Ayurvedic practitioner, Sapna Punjabi-Gupta. This demonstration marks the second of our Market to Kitchen Chef Demo series.

Sapna Punjabi-Gupta will teach participants how to create a vibrant sprout salad that is beautiful, will be enjoyed by the entire family, and it’s loaded with many nutritious benefits.  During her presentation Sapna will teach a combination of the wisdom of Ayurveda, an...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 13th

What’s fresh at the market this weekend.

SNAP benefits accepted at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fruit– Strawberries, Peaches

Vegetables– Hothouse Tomatoes- Slicer, Cherry, Grape, & Green New Potatoes Green Onions Leeks Mini-Bell Peppers Summer Squash- Yellow and Zucchini Cucumber- Pickling and Slicer Carrot Beet- Golden and Red Turnip Broccoli Cauliflower Brussels...   | Read More

Photo Essay: Fisher Family Farm

***When we carefully selected images to share and wrote this article last Friday, no one could have imagined that a tornado would sweep through on Saturday,  April 29th and alter the landscape. Follow Fisher Family Farm on Facebook for updates  and to lend support as they recover from the storm. ***

 

In order to learn more about our market’s farmers, their practices, and their dedication to local food, the CFM steering committee and market manager are committed to...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 6th

What’s fresh at the market this weekend.

SNAP benefits accepted at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fruit– Strawberries, Peaches

Vegetables– Hothouse Tomatoes New Potatoes Summer Squash- Yellow and Zucchini Cucumber- Pickling and Slicer Carrot Beet Turnip Broccoli Brussels Sprouts Lettuce Kale Chard Arugula Collard Greens Bok Choy Mustard Greens Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Micro Greens...   | Read More

A Change in Leadership

For the first time in many years the Coppell Farmers Market will undergo a change in leadership. Members of CFM staff and steering committee are honored to have had the opportunity to work with outgoing committee chair, Karen Pearsall Gillham, for over seven successful years. Incoming committee chair, Peggy Rosson, has been working alongside Karen since January of this year, and the baton was officially passed last Wednesday, April 19th, during a Coppell Farmers Market committee...   | Read More

What’s fresh at the market this weekend.

SNAP benefits accepted at the Coppell Farmers Market.

Fruit– Strawberries

Vegetables– Hothouse Tomatoes New Potatoes Summer Squash- Yellow and Zucchini Cucumber- Pickling and Slicer Carrot Beet Turnip Broccoli Brussels Sprouts Lettuce Kale Chard Arugula Collard Greens Bok Choy Mustard Greens Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Micro Greens (sunflower,...   | Read More

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