Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews will perform at Farm Aid's 2011 concert on August 13 in Kansas City, Kansas. More artists will be announced soon.
Farmers' markets sell fresh, local foods at very competitive prices. Buying food directly from family farmers means that your food dollar not only supports independent businesses, but your food dollar also stays in your local economy.
The Dallas Farmers Market is a one-stop shop for all your produce, meat, floral and specialty-food needs. It is one of the largest public markets of its type in the country, open seven days a week from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, 362 days a year.
Farmers from 150 miles around come to the Dallas Farmers Market, giving you the chance to "buy locally." These certified local producers offer a wide array of seasonal produce, from tomatoes to sweet potatoes, peaches to watermelons. Other produce vendors complement these local offerings, with everything from Mexican avocados to Washington apples.
At the Dallas Farmers Market, you can also find specialty and prepared foods, flowers, shrubs, and trees, and the opportunity to buy produce in bulk. It only takes one visit to understand why the Dallas Farmers Market is the market where the locals go.
For directions, please view this Google map.