Farmers’ Markets and CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) are a great way to get delicious food and help local farms, and there is even a delivery option (scroll down). If you’re a parent there is an added bonus in teaching your kids where food comes from (hint: the answer is not the grocery store).

Farmers’ Markets

Downtown Plano Farmers’ Market
North parking area of the Plano Municipal Center on Municipal Ave. and Ave. K.
Sundays 10am-3pm, year round (starting April 30, 2017). It’s recommended that you park at City Hall

West Plano Farmers’ Market
North (food court) parking lot of Willow Bend Mall (6121 W. Park Blvd) Saturdays 9am-2pm starting July 1, 2017.

Frisco Rotary Farmers’ Market
4th Street between Main & Elm, Frisco
May 6 – October 21, 2017
Saturdays 8am-1pm or sell out

Coppell Farmers Market
768 W. Main St, Coppell
Saturdays, 8am-noon (alternating Saturdays in the winter)

Four Seasons Markets
Campbell Market: 677 West Campbell Rd, Richardson
Carrollton Market: 2722 N Josey Ln, Carrollton
Belt Line Market: 101 S Coit Rd, Richardson
Saturdays 10am-2 or 3pm

McKinney Farmers Market
Corner of Anthony & McDonald, McKinney
Saturdays 8am-noon starting April 1, 2017
Craft demonstrations, live music, face painting and pony rides are always a treat and available every Saturday.


Squeezepenny Farm
(currently changing webhosts, Facebook page)

Fisher Family Farm & Ranch
pick-up sites in North Dallas, Allen and Coppell

Harvest to House
home delivery

Walnut Creek Farm
pick-up in Frisco

Delivery Service & Stores

Harvest to House
a farm in Ponder, TX with delivery service to the area. Fruits, vegetables, poultry, beef, eggs and more.

Lavon Farms
3721 N. Jupiter Rd, Plano
Lavon Farms was once home to over 200 cows. Today you’ll find a few cows and a small store. Stop by and buy some drinkable yogurt, raw milk and grass-fed beef.

Profound Microfarms
lettuces, herbs and microgreens.Home delivery and online sales coming mid-2017. Check their Facebook page for their farmers’ markets schedule.