Blog

Local Learners, Student Groups, & Non-Profits Invited

Did you know that the CFM hosts a young learner or student group, and a non-profit organization every week? Learn how to get your group involved!

Every farmers market day one booth is reserved for a Coppell- based, registered 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization*, as well as young learners with an entrepreneurial goal or a student group who is raising awareness or funds for a cause.

*Non-Profit organizations can use the space just...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 25

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUITSStrawberries *+ Peaches*SUMMER VEGGIESTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber *+Summer Squash (zucchini, yellow)*+ Green Beans *+New...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 18

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUITSStrawberries *+ Peaches*SUMMER VEGGIESTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)*Summer Squash (zucchini, yellow)*+ Green Beans ...   | Read More

Pictures from Food Day

A tremendous THANK YOU to all who participated in Food Day for Kids! What a wonderful community we have!

The Coppell Farmers Market is open year-round. Market staff visits all farms on a regular basis with the mission to ensure fruits and veggies are grown by the seller. The CFM is located at 768 W. Main St. in Old Town Coppell. Open 8am-Noon.

What’s Fresh May 11

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUITSStrawberriesSUMMER VEGGIESTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)*Summer Squash (zucchini, yellow)*+ Green Beans *New Potatoes...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 4

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

ROOTSBeets *+Carrots *+Turnips *+Radish *+ OTHERAsparagus+Tomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)*Green Beans *Green...   | Read More

What’s Fresh April 27

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

ROOTSBeets *+Carrots *+Turnips *+Radish *+ OTHERTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)Green Onions*+Broccoli *Mushrooms:...   | Read More

What’s Fresh April 20

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

ROOTSBeets *+Carrots *+Turnips *+Radish *+ OTHERTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Green Onions*+Broccoli *Mushrooms: Oyster, King Trumpet...   | Read More

FOOD DAY for KIDS

Saturday, May 4th from 8am-noon

Food Day for Kids is a market day dedicated to teaching young learners the importance of farming in our daily lives.

ACTIVITY SCHEDULE:

Sing Along for Young Children (10:00 – 10:30 am)Farm Animal Petting Zoo (8:00 am – noon)And a $3 Veggie Voucher for the first 300 learners to complete all the hands-on learning stops in our Food Day Passport! Veggie Vouchers can be redeemed for any fruit or...   | Read More

What’s Fresh April 13

SNAP accepted at our market.

VENDOR LISTING + MAP

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

ROOTSBeets *+Carrots *+Turnips *+Radish *+CUT FLOWERS & PLANTSCut Flower Bouquets (Ranunculus) +Vegetable Seedlings +Herb...   | Read More

Be the first to know

sign up for our newsletter.