From Plow to Plate

 Saturdays, 7:30-11:30


The Historic Longview Farmers Market is 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 Market

If there is rain, please call 903-746-2708 to confirm that we are open.

The good news is that the Historic Longview Farmers Market opened on May 2 with a few restrictions.  Please respect these so we can remain open until things return to normal.  Out of an abundance of concern for our loyal customers, farmers and vendors will be wearing face coverings.

1) Social Distancing. Please watch for markings on the parking lot to ensure distancing.  If rain washes the lines away, please respect the 6 feet of distancing.
     a.  There will be spaces marked in front of each vendor.
     b.  There will be spaces marked in the middle of the market for waiting until space is available at your next vendor.

2)  Please bring an assortment of cash to minimize interactions; some vendors do accept credit cards.

3)  Face masks are requested.  If not for yourself, please think of others.

4)  There are no tables, chairs, or on-site refreshments at this time.


The 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.  All farmers and vendors are vetted!

The Historic Longview continues to expand to meet your culinary and dietary desires with fresh locally grown produce, pastured meat and eggs, international specialities, a wide variety of artisan baked goods, ready to serve foods, gourmet ice cream, vegan, and gluten free foods.

At the market:

  • Tomatoes
  • Green tomatoes
  • Strawberries
  • Peaches
  • Salad greens
  • Cucumbers
  • Radishes
  • Bell peppers
  • Green onions
  • Onions
  • Yellow squash
  • Pattypan squash
  • Zucchini
  • Eggplant
  • Kale
  • Collards
  • Swiss chard
  • Green beans
  • Purple snow peas
  • Cabbage
  • New potatoes
  • Pain au levain
  • Multigrain bread
  • Bauguettes
  • Honey spelt bread
  • Morning buns
  • Breakfast breads
  • Cinnamon rolls
  • Walk to school cookies
  • Locally roasted coffee
  • Jams and jellies
  • Preserves
  • Relishes
  • Pickles
  • Local honey
  • Salads
  • Dips
  • Ice cream
  • Fresh goat cheese
  • Aged goat cheese
  • Yogurt
  • Free range eggs
  • Maine-Anjou grass fed beef
  • Free range pork, lamb and chicken
  • Peppered bacon
  • Angus/Wagyu beef
  • Chicken bone broth
  • Beef bone broth
  • Lasagne
  • Indian foods

Home, Gifts and Crafts:  Handmade soaps, soy candles, bug repellant, hand sanitizer, fabric face masks,  aprons, bibs and more!

Musician tent: Jeremiah 
Musician tent sponsored by Eric Bartlett and Saf-T-Box

For more information on the market, call 903-746-2708.