National Farmer’s Market Week: August 4-11

This is a quick post to celebrate National Farmer’s Market week and share some photos from my local market:

Farmer's Market in June: it can be crowded if you don't get there early. This was at 9:45 AM.

It can be crowded if you don’t get there early. This was at 9:45 AM on market day a few weeks ago.

Local farmer's market: on some Saturdays we have an art market too.

On some Saturdays we have an art market too.

There are lots of good things at the farmer’s market —

Vegetables at the local farmer's market: August selection.

Vegetables of course!

Sprouts from Red Earth Organic Farm at the local farmer's market.

Sprouts… (Red Earth Organic)

Mushrooms from 5th Kingdom at the local farmer's market.

Mushrooms…(5th Kingdom)

May bouquets at the local farmer's market.

Plants and flowers: here’s a selection from May.

The Producers, from Hometown Honey: local honey at the farmer's market.

Local honey: and here are the producers from Hometown Honey.

I bought JB Farm Fresh eggs at the local farmer's market -- here are the producers (which came first?)..

(JB Farm Fresh Eggs) More producers: I bought eggs not hens, but which came first?

Soap from The Herb Garden at the local farmer's market.

Soaps from The Herb Garden: and look, there’s a “no packaging” option.

Shea butter from Just Butter at the local farmer's market.

Luscious shea butter…from Just Butter.

Thank you farmer’s markets everywhere for giving us a chance to shop locally.

(Not to mention a chance to reuse egg cartons)

Do you have a favorite local market?

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