About Us

About Us



Farmers Market Partners is located at 2700 Lake Olympia Parkway Business Center, Missouri City.

We are a Farmers Market Management Company with a mission to partner and support local farmers, producers and specialty vendors who have talents to help us build a stronger local food movement.  Our purpose is to grow a diverse local food culture by maintaining an authentic space for all people to share community and healthy lifestyles while providing a sustainable living for producers who steward the earth. 

We have also assist other Farmers Markets with our expertise so they may thrive and keep the wonderful traditional of Farmers Markets alive. 

Additionally we have partnered with non-profit organizations in support of their great causes.

Farmers Market Partners - Partnering With Your Health.

Our Community



Our "Farmers Market by the Lake" is located within the sub division of Lake Olympia, a stunning lakeside community within Missouri City which values the environment, is supportive, respectful, open-minded, and creative. We value a strong, diverse, and connected community. We believe that all people deserve access to good produce. We value openness, honesty and transparency, education and growth. 

We are a community who is proud to say we have our own Farmers Market in Missouri city - lakeside and as such we will travel by boat, golf cart, walk and bike it to support our market.

Come and visit our wonderful active lakeside community right here in Missouri City on the first and third Saturday of every month from 10am-2pm.

Young Sprouts Club


Our Young Sprouts Club mission is to inspire children to take part in their local food system and put a focus on the future generation of great farmers and entrepreneurs who want to get an early start. 

We are looking for young growing minds to start their own Lemonade stand. Participation is free and anything they earn they keep. 

We have also recently partnered with FBISD and private schools where the  children are able to come into the market and sell the vegetables they have been cultivating via their school vegetable gardens. 100% of the revenue goes back to the school.