February is National Heart Healthy Month
Take care of your heart by eating more Fresh, locally grown Fruits and Vegetables.
Food tasting of heart healthy foods On February 15th from 11am-1pm
Open Saturdays 10am-2pm year round
Discover fresh winter veggies, grass-fed beef, Pasture raised chicken, farm eggs, local raw honey, prepared foods, breads, Baked goods, cookies & confections, Microgreens, jams & jellies, pickles, Chinese herbals, herbs, flowers, & more! Plus a variety of handmade artisan wares:Jewelry, soaps, candles, body products, Gift baskets, metal arts, knitted items,Infused olive oil & vinegar items, & more!
Market hours: Every Saturday 10-2, year round. Usually have live music, too!
The Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market is a project of Bastrop Sustainable Agricultural Community (BSAC), a non-profit 501c3 corporation. The mission of the Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market is to create and sustain a market space for small family farmers, ranchers, producers, and artisans, including those who are economically disadvantaged, to sell and promote their own farm and ranch products, artisan wares, ready-to-eat foods and other homemade products in a family-oriented environment. The vendors of The Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market are an enthusiastic and friendly group of farmers, ranchers and artisans. Our market features locally grown food: vegetables, fruits, farm eggs, meats, honey, prepared foods, plus handcrafted artisan goods. Please come visit us soon!
Interested in selling at Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market?
We are looking for new vendors, especially of vegetables and fruits from small family farms.
We are also looking for producers; whatever you can grow in Central Texas! Visit us during market hours (Saturday 10-2) and speak with Market Manager Robert Fajkus directly to discuss becoming a vendor. Our main emphasis is attracting more veggie and fruit growers. Space for added value products and artisan wares is limited at this time.
The vendors of The Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market are an enthusiastic and friendly group of farmers, ranchers and artisans. Our market features locally grown food: vegetables, fruits, farm eggs, meats, honey, prepared foods, plus handcrafted artisan goods. Inside our covered barn, located at 1302 Chestnut St. next to the Convention Center and across from City Hall in Bastrop, Texas. Please come visit us soon! We welcome the Texas Lone Star card for food purchases.
ALL Vendors will need to present copies of all applicable licenses, including sales tax, food handler’s permit, and liability insurance.
Download a PDF Fact Sheet with more information about being a vendor at Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market.
Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market
C/O Dolores Leeper
145 Easley Rd
Smithville, TX 78957