Shreveport's Fall Farmers' Market will be back open this Saturday at Festival Plaza.
It runs each Saturday through November 21 with locally grown, and home-made foods. Fall crops include a variety of vegetables including winter squash, loads of greens, and some of the best sweet potatoes in the world.

Farmers and artisans sell local produce, herbs, plants and fresh cut flowers, canned goods, honey, and baked goods. Other treats include grass-fed meats, wine, coffee, and arts and craft items.

You'll also be able to pick up some great homemade soaps, decorated gourds, and primitive paintings. Some vendors are state approved to accept Farmers' Market Nutrition Program Coupons for seniors.

The market is family-friendly and you might want to visit each Saturday because the produce, plants, and specialties will change as different fruits and vegetables reach their peak this fall.

The market happens "rain or shine."