About Us

The mission of the Midland Downtown Farmers Market is to create a sense of community as well as promote local businesses, artisans, and producers. Our goal is to not only offer an outlet for these products but to also bring the community together for an event that celebrates our local diversity and choice. We congregate in downtown Midland, TX every Saturday from the first Saturday in April until the last Saturday in October.  We also have winter markets that meet on the second Saturday of each month so that you can take advantage of the beautiful year round produce the local farmers grow!

All of our vendors make, create, or raise what they sell, and all are your neighbors. We offer a variety of goods and services including, but not limited to, sustainably grown produce, local honey, locally raised meats, handmade body care products, baked goods, handmade jewelry, all-natural doggy treats, hand-knitted products, pickled and canned products, fair trade organic coffee, and so much more.

Midland Downtown Farmers Scrapbook

Here are links to all the wonderful articles featured in the Midland Reporter Telegram about the market and our wonderful vendors!

Local Farmers Make It Easy To Eat Healthy

MDFM Starts its' second year at the Museum of the Southwest

MDFM Artisan Annelorre Robertson - 52 faces of Midland

Local author Glen Aaron talks about MDFM's Local Authors' Day

Farmers Market debuts in new location

2014 Mdland Survival Guide

Midland Lifestyles August 2014 Dragonfly Farms Article

Farmers market director shares recipes for spring produce

Mobile pizza kitchen brings homemade goodies close to home

Therapy turns to business and community service for Midland woman

Fun At The Farmers Market

Midland bakers relish in making others happy

The Market

Farmers Market collects backpacks for students

Midland educator, author becomes hula hoop instructor

Farmer's market opens for sixth season

Coffee stand emphasizes organics, fair trade

The Midland Downtown Farmers Market with Matt Hanson on Big 2 - August 2,2012

Self-described ‘rambling man’ settles, starts Farmers market

Family now sponsoring 15 Ugandan children through local ministry

Director finds her inner child at Museum of the Southwest

ADDING SPICE TO LIFE   Stanton woman finds true calling in canning

Midland couple finds niche in community through Fair Trade Coffee