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    Sunday, December 12, 2010

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    Jtool4

    Thanks Bonnie!!!! We love our customers too!

    Bonnie

    Almost forgot to mention...this young market is in the top 20 farmers markets in the country and top 5 in Virginia according to American Farmland Trust.
    http://www.americanfarmlandtrust.org
    Saratoga Market in NY is also in the top 20 in the US...

    Terri McCallister

    Hey Bonnie--That looks like a great Farmer's Market! Our outdoor Farmer's Markets on the Cape are seasonal (at least the ones I am aware of) I wish ours were year around like yours!!

    Bonnie

    Thanks for your comments Terri! Check out a new winter farm market on cape cod:
    http://www.farmfresh.org/food/farmersmarkets_details.php?market=397
    It's in Marsten Mills on Cape Cod..
    Let me know how it is...

    Suvir Saran

    Bonnie - a great post, again. Did I doubt it? Nope. Never.
    Farmers markets are indeed about people and the community.
    As far back as 1993 when I first came to the US and made my home in NYC, I remember the farmers market (Union Square) was a place where I felt so at-home.
    More so than most places.
    The farmers market at Union Square was very small and not as popular as it is today.
    It has been amazing to see the market grow. The city change.
    And most importantly see the effect that one market made on the lives of the people of this great city.
    How wonderful to see farmers markets flourishing across the country and slowly but surely bringing us back to the neighborhood or regional market, and more importantly back into the kitchen and at the table.

    Thanks for sharing your adventures and finds. Looking forward to reading more.

    Terri McCallister

    Bonnie--That Marstons Mill Farmers market starts in Feb. I'll check it out and let you know.
    I'm still hoping for a CSA spot as well.

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