Westchase District Farmers Market features high quality, locally-grown seasonal fresh foods.
The market also provides a vibrant community gathering place for the Westchase community.
More than two dozen vendors sell agricultural products, including pork, beef, eggs, produce, and cheeses.
Westchase market also features value-added products such as locally-made jams and jellies, honey, specialty soaps, artisan breads and olive oils.
During its first year in 2013, the market was made possible in part by a $65,000 grant through the United States Department of Agriculture’s Farmers Market Promotion Program (FMPP).
The FMPP supports efforts to improve and expand domestic farmers markets and other community-supported agriculture programs.
Work-friendly hours accommodate 8-to-5 employees, carpool parents and residents living nearby who want locally grown produce.
The mission of the Westchase Farmers market includes: