What’s Fresh

What’s Fresh June 1

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUIT

Peaches*+Strawberries*+Blackberries +Blueberries+

ROOTS

Beets *+ Radish...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 25

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUITSStrawberries *+ Peaches*SUMMER VEGGIESTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber *+Summer Squash (zucchini, yellow)*+ Green Beans *+New...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 18

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUITSStrawberries *+ Peaches*SUMMER VEGGIESTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)*Summer Squash (zucchini, yellow)*+ Green Beans ...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 11

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

FRUITSStrawberriesSUMMER VEGGIESTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)*Summer Squash (zucchini, yellow)*+ Green Beans *New Potatoes...   | Read More

What’s Fresh May 4

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

ROOTSBeets *+Carrots *+Turnips *+Radish *+ OTHERAsparagus+Tomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)*Green Beans *Green...   | Read More

What’s Fresh April 27

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

ROOTSBeets *+Carrots *+Turnips *+Radish *+ OTHERTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Cucumber (greenhouse)Green Onions*+Broccoli *Mushrooms:...   | Read More

What’s Fresh April 20

SNAP accepted at our market.

Vendor List and Site Map

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

ROOTSBeets *+Carrots *+Turnips *+Radish *+ OTHERTomatoes (greenhouse slicer & cherry) *+ Green Onions*+Broccoli *Mushrooms: Oyster, King Trumpet...   | Read More

What’s Fresh April 13

SNAP accepted at our market.

VENDOR LISTING + MAP

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

ROOTSBeets *+Carrots *+Turnips *+Radish *+CUT FLOWERS & PLANTSCut Flower Bouquets (Ranunculus) +Vegetable Seedlings +Herb...   | Read More

What’s Fresh April 6

FRUITS & VEGETABLES:  OUR FARMERS USE EITHER SUSTAINABLE (+) OR CONVENTIONAL (*) GROWING PRACTICES. Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

ROOTSBeets *+Carrots *+Turnips *+ Radish *+CUT FLOWERS & PLANTSCut Flower Bouquets (Ranunculus) +Vegetable Seedlings +Herb Seedlings+Landscaping Plants +GREENSGreen Cabbage*Asian Greens+ Micro Greens...   | Read More

What’s Fresh March 23

Use What’s Fresh to make your grocery list. SNAP accepted at our farmers market.

 

 

Our farmers use either sustainable (s) or conventional (c) growing practices.

 

Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

Beets (s) (c) Carrots (s) (c) Turnips (s) Radish (s) (c) Cauliflower (c) Broccoli/Broccolini (s) (c) Green...   | Read More

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