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Sat: 9am–1pm
March to December

 

Farmers Market

33 Herff Road
Boerne, TX 78006

(830) 331-8713

Join us for Saturdays at the Farm!

Herff Farm is the perfect Texas Hill Country destination for your Saturday!  Located just a mile from Historic Downtown Boerne and 45 minutes from downtown San Antonio, the Farmers Market at Herff Farm is an open-air farmers market on the historic Herff Farm.  You can buy products directly from local growers, ranchers and crafters on a beautiful historic German farmstead in the Texas Hill Country.  Explore our fenced gardens, pollinator meadow, and trails, and see the historic limsestone Herff House.

We have events and programs throughout the year during the market including Yoga and Barre-Blend outdoor fitness classes, a monthly gardening workshop, Little Explorers outdoor adventures for young children, guided hikes, live music and more!  See our calendar for a full list of programming.

 

 

 

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Visit our Farmers Market for a Unique Hill Country Experience

At the Cibolo we believe that living close to the land and knowing the source of our food and goods can create a future where sustainable living is not just an idea, but a way of life. We want to create a community of people connected to nature so that we can join together in caring for our environment.

Whether you want to hike the trails, do your shopping in the open air, get gardening inspiration, take classes on growing your own food, or get new recipe ideas, the Farmers Market is here for you.

Workshops & Events

Check out our calendar for outdoor learning and community connection opportunities:

  • Gardening Workshops
  • Homesteading Workshops
  • Festivals
  • Community Events
  • Yoga and Wellness

Are you interested in being a vendor?

Contact our Market Manager Gerald Schroeder at gerald@cibolo.org or call (830) 431-1351.

For any additional information contact us at nature@cibolo.org or call (830) 249-4616

Meet Your Vendors

Our vendors are what make the Farmers Market at the Cibolo special. You’ll soon find your own favorites at the market that you can’t live without. Expect to find produce, farm-fresh eggs, local sustainably raised meat, wine, baked goods, preserves and pickles, locally roasted coffee, and more. Here’s who’s selling with us:

CC Lone Star Leather

Cook Land and Cattle Co.

Crazy Lady Farm

Fleur Botanicals

Have Spade Will Travel

Holly Avila

Innovative Industries LLC

Lee Witherow

Little Gretel

Mud Magic Art

Quantum Coffee Roasters

Sun Seasons Farms

The Betsy Blue Farm

The Natural Epicurean

Wahoo Seafood

Wrens Garden

ZooZoo’s Sweet Treats

The Love of Baking

Atomic Sweets

Patricia Fields

Cibolo Creek Kitchen

Singing Water Vineyard

About Herff Farm

Herff Farm was founded by German freethinkers in the 1850s. It was originally a sheep farm, and later became an apple orchard until widespread droughts in the 1950s. In 2007, the Cibolo Center for Conservation purchased the farm and brought it back to life. Now, it is a carefully managed slice of wild Texas Hill Country, right in the heart of Boerne.

Learn more about the 30-year story of the Cibolo Center for Conservation and historic Herff Farm.

More Information

Becoming a vendor

Thank you for your interest in selling your homegrown products at the Cibolo. The first step is to contact the Farmers Market Manager Gerald Schroeder at gerald@cibolo.org to find out if your products are eligible. We require organic practices, and you are responsible for having your Food Handler’s Permit, and all other permits and applications in order with Brenda Bell, the Kendall County Health Inspector.

For a full list of rules and regulations, click here.

Filling out an application

If you have spoken with the Farmers Market Manager Gerald Shroeder, have read through rules and regulations, and think you are a good fit to be a vendor at the Cibolo, please fill out this application.

The market season

The market is open from the first Saturday in March to the second weekend in December for in-person shopping.