From Plow to Plate

Best Times for the Market Run:

Male Participants
1. Andrew Jones 18:01
2. Conrad Deller 18:06
3. Jose Soto 18:56
4. Alejandro Mondragon 19:13
5. James Beard 21:12
Female Participants
1. Paola Orona 25:45
2. Jessica Stewart 26:08
3. Lucero Gomez 26:51
4. Natalie McLanahan 27:39
5. Jenny Vestal 29:11

Wednesday 7:30-11:30

Located on Hawkins Parkway at the Good Shepherd Institute for Healthy Living. Map & Directions

Every Wednesday & Saturday, now through November 22!

Saturday 7:30-11:30

Located at the corner of High and Cotton Streets, on the site of the former Kelly Plow Works. Map & Directions

Vegetables at the Historic Longview Farmers MarketThe Historic Longview Farmers Market, a project of Preservation Longview, provides local residents and visitors the opportunity to buy locally grown produce directly from the farmers as well as other local farm and specialty products--no products in the market are purchased wholesale and resold.

The Historic Longview continues to expand to meet your culinary and dietary desires with even more gourmet, gluten-free and vegan foods in 2014. 

This Week at the Market

Both the Saturday and Wednesday markets are open 7:30-11:30 and will continue through November 22, 2014.

On October 4, these items will be at the market:

  • Tomatoes
  • Heirloom Tomatoes
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Jalapenos
  • Variety of Summer Squash
  • Variety of Cucumbers
  • Sweet Onions
  • Red Potatoes
  • Pumpkins
  • Free-range Eggs
  • Free-range Beef
  • Free-range Lamb
  • Pastured Pork
  • Pastured Chicken
  • Peppered Bacon
  • Sausages
  • Local Honey
  • Jams
  • Jellies
  • Preserves

For the home: Handmade jewelry, handmade soaps, shea butter lotions, salt scrubs, soy candles, natural bug repellent,  greeting cards, wood pots and tops, wood rolling pins and other items.

For more information, call 903-746-2708.