Zero Waste Tips: Ways to Use ALL of your Produce

Did you know that food waste makes up over 30% of all human waste? This Earth Month, Texas Farmers’ Market is making strides towards our goal of creating a zero waste market and community. One way you can cut down your food waste is by composting it through our FREE community composting program (currently available […]

Zero Waste Recipe: Vegetable Scrap Stock

One of our favorite zero waste recipes is making vegetable stock with our veggie scraps! Collect them in your freezer and use what you have on hand to loosely follow the recipe below. Some of our favorite veggies to use scraps from: Onions, carrots, celery, garlic, mushroom, and various greens like chard, kale, and beet […]

Vendor Spotlight: Bernhardt’s Farm

In 2011, the Bernhardts moved to a family property and started a garden to keep busy. They began growing seasonal varieties of vegetables and small fruits—and a small business! They bring fresh produce and prepared foods like pesto, pickles, and jams made in their commercial kitchen to market shoppers. They strive to use everything they […]

Vendor Spotlight: Indigo Soil

Originally from Lima Peru, Erika is the floral designer behind Indigo Soil, an Austin-based business specializing in succulents, cacti, and plants. Her arrangements include a variety of material including pots from Peru, pots for kids, and unique finds. Indigo Soil makes small and medium arrangements but offers custom arrangements at clients request. Stop by Indigo […]

Vendor Spotlight: Bubbs Seltzer

Bubbs Seltzer is sourced from the heart of the Texas Hill Country. They set out to bring a zero waste product to a notoriously wasteful bottled water industry by offering seltzer delivery in bottles that are returned, washed and refilled by Bubbs for its next fantastic journey. In addition, they make seasonal soda syrups and […]