Discover insights about pollinating animals, sample an array of honeys, and more at the Pollinator Festival at Urban Harvest Farmers Market on Saturday, May 13, 2023.
The annual Pollinator Festival returns to the Urban Harvest Farmers Market, celebrating pollinating animals with a special festival held during the open hours of the Saturday morning marketplace.
Among more than 100 local vendors and producers doling out goods, visitors can also view honeybees on display in an observation hive and enjoy samples of hyperlocal neighborhood honeys from Bee2Bee.
Plus, you can check out an array of pollinator plants from the Lantrip Elementary Greenhouse, and kiddos can create a paper cup plant starter.
Seasonal samples will also be available from Hive Bee Farm, including local raw unfiltered honey and rye barrel-aged honey in collaboration with William Price Distilling Co.
Learn more about the Pollinator Festival at Urban Harvest Farmers Market.
SNAP Benefits & Double Up Food Bucks
Festival and market-goers who use the Lone Star Card can receive a $1 for $1 match—up to $40—to buy more fresh fruits and vegetables at the Urban Harvest Farmers Market. Basically, anyone who spends $1 on SNAP / EBT will get $1 of fresh produce free. Learn more.
Pollinator Festival at Urban Harvest Farmers Market
- Date: Saturday, May 13, 2023
- Time: Market from 8am to noon; festival from 9am to 11am
- Location: Urban Harvest Farmers Market, 2752 Buffalo Speedway, Houston, TX 77027
- Admission: Free and open to the public. Learn more about the Pollinator Festival at Urban Harvest Farmers Market.
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