Dallas Farmers Market

Tracing its history back to the late 19th century when area farmers came together to sell their goods, the Dallas Farmers Market was officially established as a municipally-owned and operated market in 1941.  Today, the market encompasses a 26,000 square-foot food hall and artisanal vendor market, as well as “The Shed,” an open-air pavilion featuring vendors that grow, raise, make, and produce food.  In 2015, the Market opened a community garden to help area residents learn how to sustainably grow their own produce, and plans are now underway to develop a recreational space for futsal (a five-a-side version of soccer) in order to engage the community in health and fitness activities.

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