Started in 2007, the Frisco Farmers Market continues to grow in popularity.
The market was founded by the Frisco Noon Lions Club for the benefit of our community.
Today, the Rotary Club of Frisco continues the farmers market tradition with proceeds from the market supporting our Frisco community projects - including academic scholarships,
grants for local non-profits and first responder recognition.
We find local growers and ranchers who offer juicy melons, peaches, vine-ripened tomatoes, fresh corn on the cob, meat and lots more.
We also find the best local purveyors of baked and canned goods, honey, olive oil,
soaps, arts and crafts and other artisan products.
The market allows our customers to have access to locally grown,
farm-fresh produce and provides farmers the opportunity to develop
a personal relationship with their customers and cultivate consumer loyalty.
The Frisco Farmers Market was founded:
To give growers and producers in North Texas alternative marketing opportunities.
To promote the sale of Texas grown farm and ranch products.
To improve the variety, freshness, taste and nutritional value of
produce and meats available in the Frisco area.
To enhance the quality of life in the Frisco area by providing a community activity
which fosters social gathering and interaction.
To preserve North Texas' unique agricultural heritage and the historical role
which farmers markets have played in it.
Proceeds from the Frisco Rotary Farmers Market benefit the Rotary Club of Frisco
and their local community support.