What is Available at Market


Farmers markets have been a way of life in the Klein community since the first settlers arrived. It was a way to sell excess vegetables and a way to make a living and support their families. 

Jump ahead 150 years and not much has changed. Our farmers market is made up of small local area vendors that are doing the same thing. Finding a way to support their families and contribute to a healthier lifestyle. 

Won’t you visit our local market? We are the only market situated on 20 acres of grass and shade trees. Not to mention that we are also a real working farm. Can other markets make the same claim? 

Fresh Roasted Coffee

Since market days are early we needed to make sure we provided a local coffee vendor. These organic coffees help increase biodiversity, reduce deforestation,  pollution and many social ills. 

Leather Goods

Looking for something different from food? How about custom made leather goods. Key rings, bracelets, phone cases, knife sheaths, journals, even bottle and can holders. You have to check out Fred’s Custom Leather 

Vendors for Every Need

From locally made goat milk soap, to freshly made tamales and salsa, to locally grown produce, we have something for everyone at our monthly farmers market. We have between 15-20 unique vendors. 

Produce Galore

We have some tof the freshest produce all grown right here locally.In many cases these vegetables are harvested the day of market first thing in the morning. Can your grocery store say the same?

Frequently Asked Questions

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All of our Farm Market vendors that make a consumable product locally. That could include pre-packaged food, produce, locally grown flowers, soaps/lotions, or snack mixes.

Regular Vendors

  • Chef Driven Produce

    Urban farm located in Spring, Tx. We follow organic and permaculture principles growing a wide variety of specialty produce year round. Chef Driven Produce Farm Facebook

  • Howling Mad Hot Sauce

    We are a Texas Based, Family Operated Business. We are dedicated to sustainability and grow many of our peppers using organic methods. We source the ingredients that we don’t grow locally and organically whenever possible. We also have many seasonal sauces that are only available at markets in and around the Houston area Howling Mad Hot Sauce Web page

  • Stoneham Farm

    Growing Elephant Garlic, Texas Olive Oil, spices, and some of the sweetest honey.

  • Cafe Zun Zun

    Roasted Coffee beans right from Cypress, TX. Organic coffees and teas that suit every taste bud. Working with farmers to improve farming practices. www.cafezunzun.com/

  • Fred's Custom Leather

    We started leather working as a hobby in early 2017. After getting laid off/retiring in late 2017 we decided to make this our full time business. We are having lot’s of fun learning about leather working and meeting great customers. Fred’s Custom Leather was named after our Labrador Retriever, who, sadly, passed away at the end of 2017. Fred's Custom Leather Webpage

  • Artisian Woodworks of Magnolia

    Custom made wood crafts. Including but not limited to dollhouses, trucks, feeders, birdhouses and anything else you can think of made of wood. Facebook Page

  • Occasional Chefs

    The Thick and Hearty Buc’s Saucey Sauce is made to go on any poultry, pork, beef, or seafood. Try it on your favorite smoke sausage. Locally produced and made. Occasional Chefs Facebook Page

  • Bedias Creek Farm

    We will not compromise our standards of maintaining a holistic farm that will support healthy livestock in a low-stress environment. This means letting cows be cows! Our herd grazes on grass and other forages their entire lives, without growth hormones or antibiotics. With our protocols they rarely become ill but, if they do, we treat them compassionately and they are removed from our grass-fed program Bedias Creek Farm

  • Grand E Tamales

    GrandE Tamales, LLC is a family owned business offering hand crafted tamales with authentic Mexican flavor at local farmer’s markets and select H.E.B. Stores in the Houston, TX area. The menu offers traditional meat tamales, vegetarian tamales, vegan tamales, and dessert tamales. In addition, you can find Specialty Mexican Dishes, Salsas & Desserts. GrandE Tamales Webpage

  • Tejas Treasures

    We offer Tumblers, Paracord Handles, Paracord Bracelets, Dog Collars, Dog Leashes, Key Chains and customized paracord items. Tejas Treasures Facebook Page

  • Mary's Kitchen

    Homemade cinnamon rolls and German cookies Jean's Sweets Facebook

  • Texas Pioneer Creations

    Soaps (traditional, goatsmilk, olive & coconut oil, alcoholic), beard/mustache waxes & conditioners, liquid soaps & shampoos, solid lotions, lip balms, spritzers, smelly jelly (air fresheners that look like jelly). We also carry hand crocheted soap socks that were made by a SMP customer. http://texaspioneercreations.com/

  • Sassy's Pantry

    Homemade snack foods like cinnamon apple chips, addictive goldfish, and pickles

  • Chocolates by Jeanne

    Homemade candy just like the old days. Chocalates by Jeanne Facebook

  • Pain Train

    Locally made salsa. www.paintrainsalsa.com

  • Lynnes Bakery

    Ooh -Wee gourmet cupcakes 21 flavors

  • Manzioni Bakery

    Every and each of our cake is homemade, respcting the taste that comes from the original recipe of my family. We use only first quality ingredients, no preservatives or colorantes added. Chose our crostata, the cake of our tradition or taste the explosion of sensations with our tiramisu’. There is no love more sincere than the love of food. www.manzionibakery.com/

  • Marchese Sausage Company

    Marchese Italian Sausage is made with pork, beef and Johnny’s special blend of Italian spices. The sausage contains no artificial preservatives or MSG. It is fresh frozen to preserve the authentic flavor and provide a longer shelf life. Our sausage is no longer made at home, but is produced in a USDA inspected and approved sausage plant in Houston not far from the location of the original cafe in the Houston Heights. http://marchesesausage.com/