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Stop by Spring Hill Farms booth Sunday, August 11, 2019, to see and pet the Khaki Campbell ducklings (the same breed that produces their delicious duck eggs)!

Farmers Market Produce

Bay Area Farmers Market relies on SMALL-SCALE LOCAL FARMERS to provide SEASONAL PRODUCE to its customers. We do not allow produce that has been purchased from produce distributors (warehouses) to be resold at Bay Area Farmers Market. We feel strongly that the consumer has the right to make informed decisions about the produce they purchase, by talking directly to the farmer or the farmer's knowledgeable employee. We do allow our farmers to purchase produce directly from other reputable Texas farmers to sell to BAFM customers, with complete transparency as to the source of the produce. Due to many circumstances out of our farmers' control, there are times during the year that they may have little, or even, no produce to bring to the market. We ask for our customers' understanding and patience during those times, and know that with the next season, they'll once again be able to enjoy our small farmers' produce and show their continued support of our Texas farmers!

COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS

BAFM is held in Harris County's jurisdiction and follows Harris County's and the State of Texas' guidelines and orders relating to Covid-19.

BAFM appreciates everyone's cooperation and willingness to take the appropriate measures to reduce the spread of Covid-19, while at the market. Please help us operate BAFM safely by following these requirements and guidelines:

1) Do not attend the market if you feel ill or if you know that you may have been exposed to Covid-19.

2) Face masks or appropriate face covering (covers the mouth and nose) are currently required to be worn by vendors and BAFM visitors, in compliance with Harris County Judge Hidalgo's order, effective June 22, 2020, and Governor Abbott's Executive Order, effective July 3, 2020.

3) Stay at least 6 feet from others (including vendors). There should be no less than a 6 foot space all around you.

4) Do not touch and handle vendors' products.

** Visit readyharris.org for more information regarding current Harris County orders and https://gov.texas.gov/ for more information regarding Governor Abbott's executive orders relating to Covid-19.

BAFM management and its vendors want to thank you for your continued support. Like so many small businesses, Covid-19 put a serious dent in our livelihoods. Your cooperation, patience and continued support mean the World to us, especially during these trying times! Together, we will get through this! πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š