Floyd Lamb State Park Farmers' Market
The Floyd Lamb State Park Las Vegas Farmers' Market has a number of local organic farmers located in and around Las Vegas allowing you to buy directly from the farmers themselves. Please feel free to talk with vendors about their farming methods and tips for growing your own if you grow fruits and veggies.
You have to tell the City Park worker at the entrance gate that you are only going to the farmers' market so you aren't charged the park entrance fee. This event is free and open to the public.
It's Local! The vendors offer locally grown organic, sustainable, delicious veggies and fruits, greens, herbs and juices.
Dates are from May through December on every first and third Saturday
Hours are from 10 AM to 2 PM
Contact for this Farmers' Market is Ginger Johnson at [masked] who can be reached at[masked]-CORN (2676).
The web site for this event is http://www.LasVegasFarmersMarket.com
This is a non-host event, meaning that you will be on your own to browse the farmers' market at your own pace. Do not expect for someone to be there from our meetup to greet you. Shop any vendors you like and leave whenever you are ready. Please note that some farmers start to pack up and leave up to a half hour early.
If you have growing questions , you may ask the friendly and knowledgeable people from the UNLV co-op of growers. They are a free service to us Southern Nevada locals. If you can't make the farmers' market to talk with them in person, their Home Gardening Help Line is[masked].
Learn more about growing your own organic greens and other fruits and veggies from Las Vegas Raw Vegan Meetup member John Kohler online at http://www.GrowingYourGreens.com .
What people are saying about Las Vegas area Farmers' Markets:
"Bought some nice veggies...! Thanks!" Debbie
"This is the best farmer's market in the Vegas area that I've been to. It's worth the trip." Tahirih
"Wonderful event. Thanks for organizing it." D
"Thank you sooooo much for letting us know about this Market! It was great to meet all this nice people who still care about to make the Earth (and us) healthier! Tunde