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What’s Fresh September 22

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market. 

Vendors are vetted to ensure they grow and produce what they sell. Ask the farmers to learn about their growing practices, or visit the Meet Our Vendors page.

Vegetables

Fruits and VegetablesJujube Fruit Cantaloupe Muscadine Grapes Winter Squash (butternut, spaghetti Sweet Potatoes Radish Long Beans (similar to green beans) Cucumber (pickling and slicer) Summer...   | Read More
Farm to Table dinner

Call for Volunteers: Farm to Table Dinner

Help us support farmers, local food, and sense of community!

The Coppell Farmers Market is seeking volunteers to assist with the sold out Fall Farm to Table Dinner on October 13th. 

Volunteers will be provided with dinner. Training is provided and NO DISHWASHING involved!

About the Dinner: 120 guests enjoy a seven course meal prepared by local chefs and culinary students. This outstanding culinary experience will...   | Read More

Picture Yourself at the Coppell Farmers Market

Through the month of September, the Coppell Farmers Market is participating in “Picture Yourself in Old Town Coppell”, a campaign where participant photographs will be uploaded to digital billboards on SH121 and SH114!

Explore the city, and #VisitOldTownCoppell! Visit each of the nine photo stops in Old Town, take a photo and upload it to your social media sites with the hashtag #visitoldtowncoppell to win a prize and a chance to be on a billboard.

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What’s Fresh September 15

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market. 

Vendors are vetted to ensure they grow and produce what they sell. Ask the farmers to learn about their growing practices, or visit the Meet Our Vendors page.

Fruits and Vegetables

Jujube Fruit Cantaloupe Watermelon Muscadine Grapes Winter Squash (butternut, spaghetti Sweet Potatoes Radish Long Beans (similar to green beans) Cucumber (pickling and slicer) Summer Squash (yellow...   | Read More

What’s Fresh September 8

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market. 

Vendors are vetted to ensure they grow and produce what they sell. Ask the farmers to learn about their growing practices, or visit the Meet Our Vendors page.

Fruits and Vegetables

Jujube Fruit Muscadine Grapes Cantaloupe Watermelon Cucumber (pickling and slicer) Summer Squash (yellow crookneck, zucchini, patty pan) Eggplant Tomatoes Peppers (sweet + hot) Okra Peas (black eyed...   | Read More

Garden Time for Kids Schedule: August-October

ABOUT GARDEN TIME FOR KIDS: During this weekly program at the CFM Learning Garden visitors will learn what’s growing and taste test in season vegetables.

WHEN: 10:30-11:15am every market Saturday

LOCATION: The Coppell Farmers Market Learning Garden is located near the splash pad, right next to the flagpole.

ACTIVITY SCHEDULE: 

August 25– Dragonfly...   | Read More

Cheesy Baked Eggplant from Pinch of Yum

“These little eggplant pizzas are baked slices of breaded eggplant topped with marinara and melted cheese. Simple, healthy, delicious!”– Pinch of  Yum See the Recipe.

 

What you’ll need from the Coppell Farmers Market:1 large eggplant 1 carton of eggs 1 ball of Jersey Girl Dairy’s mozzarella cheese toppings: fresh arugula or greens, sweet pepper, sausage, bacon, olives, etc.

Farmer Update: Late-Season Yields

For vegetable farmers in our region, September yields can be the lowest of the year. We’re lucky to have a good selection of growers at the Coppell Farmers Market this month. Visit on Saturdays for all your grocery needs, including: milk, eggs and bread, and take note that a bigger harvest will return in late October (when cool-weather crops come in).  See the whole list of available goods (updated weekly).

The Coppell Farmers Market fulfills grocery needs year-round. Market...   | Read More

New Farm Alert!

Tree Folk Farm joined the Coppell Farmers Market in early September. The farm specializes in mushroom production and grows vegetables, too, on their 1.3 acre property in Denton, TX.

“We are a diversified farm growing mushrooms, vegetables, fruits, and trees. We practice ecological farming with no till garden beds, only organic approved pest sprays, and homemade compost from veggie scraps, manure, crop residues, and spent mushroom substrate.”

— Matt and Andrea...   | Read More

What’s Fresh September 1

SNAP Benefits accepted at this market. 

Vendors are vetted to ensure they grow and produce what they sell. Ask the farmers to learn about their growing practices, or visit the Meet Our Vendors page.

Fruits and Vegetables

Jujube Fruit Cantaloupe Watermelon Cucumber (pickling and slicer) Summer Squash (yellow crookneck, zucchini, patty pan) Eggplant Tomatoes Peppers (sweet + hot) Okra Peas (black eyed and purple...   | Read More

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