Review of Bastrop 1832 Farmers Market by TexasRealFood
The Bastrop 1832 market is a project of Bastrop Sustainable Agricultural Community (BSAC) and is on a mission to promote small family farmers, ranchers, producers, artisans, and the economically disadvantaged to sell their own farm and ranch products, artisan wares, ready-to-eat foods and other homemade products. The market’s efforts include various side projects such as scheduled events for cooking demos and recipe handouts, pet adoption events 3-4 times a year, Change for Food which raises much-needed funds for the hungry, drop-off points for non-perishable canned goods to help feed the hungry and for plastic bottles and aluminum cans for recycling, and even a book exchange program. Find the usual freshest produce and the best artisan crafts the area has to offer and enjoy the occasional featured live music in a covered indoor setting year-round. They welcome food purchases using Texas Lone Star Cards.