Bringing Our
Community Together

We seek to provide a forum creating cooperation among farmers, other vendors, and our community, while educating consumers, offering a market for farmers to sell their goods, serving as a business incubator for food artisans, and bring together people from the Northwest Louisiana, Far East Texas, and Southern Arkansas region.

Open

Saturdays
June 5th – Aug 28th

Hours

7:30 am – 12:30 pm

Location

Festival Plaza
101 Crockett St.

Parking

Public parking is available on streets at meters (free on Saturdays), behind Riverview Hall, or on the lower level of Festival Plaza adjacent to SciPort. Handicapped parking is available on Commerce St., or in the Overlook Lot close to the pavilion.

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Since 2001

Mission Statement

The mission of Shreveport Farmers’ Market is to encourage a strong local food system; increase sustainability of independent local farmers, ranchers, and food producers; and foster stewardship of land and community through public markets.

Shreveport Farmers’ Market

What We’re Known For

Local

We seek to provide a forum creating cooperation among farmers, other vendors, and our community, while educating consumers, offering a market for farmers to sell their goods, serving as a business incubator for food artisans, and bring together people from the Northwest Louisiana, Far East Texas, and Southern Arkansas region.

Market Gear

 At the Information Tower, we have ice available for shoppers and vendors, and a full array of Shreveport Farmers’ Market branded shirts, hats, and bags to show your support of our market.

Growers-Only Market

All our farmers coming from within a 100 mile radius with only two exceptions, grandfathered in from previous rules. Farmers may supplement, with the manager’s approval, up to 5% of their produce for the convenience of our shoppers. Additionally, traditional Louisiana products like cane syrup, rice, seafood, Satsuma oranges, etc., may be sold with the manager’s approval, if unavailable locally.

SNP, WIC, SNAP

Many of our vendors accept food coupons from the Louisiana Farmers’ Market Senior Nutrition Program and the WIC Program. For participating vendors, look for the yellow CERTIFIED signs. For more information on the Senior program, contact Caddo Council on Aging. We also accept SNAP (formerly Food Stamps.) Just stop by The Info Tower to slide your card, and receive tokens to spend with our many participating vendors. They can be found on your smart phone or computer by visiting “vendors” and sorting it by “accepts SNAP.”

Please Note

  • Only service animals are allowed in the market, but please pick up a nice treat for your pet when you visit. No Pets.
  • Support the candidate of your choice, but please – no electioneering.
  • Distributing flyers is prohibited unless okayed by the manager. Find her at the Info Tower or Desk.
  • There are accessible public restrooms on site, underneath the Spring Street Bridge.