San Marcos, TX Farmers Market

Have we told you lately, how much we love being a part of the San Marcos, Texas community? One of the real joys of being a part of this business community is the encouragement we receive from other local businesses. This is perhaps shown best every Saturday, all year round, at the San Marcos Farmer’s Market which happens on San Antonio St. between LBJ and Guadalupe Streets from 9am-1pm.

Here you’ll see the true heart of the city as local vendors bring their premium goods to the San Marcos square. You’ll often see the same familiar businesses each week and sometimes see a few new friends join the ranks of the best vendors in Central Texas. Find out more about this great group of venders here:

Some of the Farmers Market vendors are Red Bud Roasters & Terracycle, follow their links below!

RED BUD ROASTERS – a local Mom and Pop shop in San Marcos, TX, founded in 2010 by Austin and Mary Van Zant, longtime residents of the Hill Country area. The redbud tree is one native to the area and was chosen as our name and logo to represent us as a local business. Our coffee comes from Costa Rica, Bolivia, Sumatra, Ethiopia Yirgacheffe, Nicaragua, Colombia, and decaf from Mexico. It’s all fair trade, organic, shade grown, and 100% Arabica. Find out more here:

TERRACYCLE- items to collect and bring to the San Marcos Farmers Market to support Edible San Marcos fundraising efforts for local school gardens – all empty plastic bottles and cans, chip bags, Scotch tape, Kashi boxes, drink pouches, personal beauty containers, plastic cereal bags, Elmers glue, Huggies diaper wrappers, candy wrappers, used cell phones, pens/highlighters, lunch kits, Neosporin tubes, cookies wrappers, energy bar wrappers, Colgate packaging, cheese wrappers/bags, used inkjet and toner cartridges, tortilla bags, Solo Cups, used electronic equipment, used computers, used cameras, Colgate Wisp packaging, wine corks, Dropps pouches, GoGo Squeeze pouches, gum packaging, jewelry, yogurt containers, wine pouches, Sprout baby food pouches, Revolution Food packaging and graphic calculators. Find out more here: Terracycle Campaign’s Facebook page




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