How Much Do You Know About Farmer's Markets?
Farmer's Markets generate $1.5 billion nationwide in 2015, according to the USDA.
Here's whats in season:
Fall- apples, asian pears, pumpkins, squash
Winter- blood oranges, bok choy, brussel sprouts, chestnut
Spring - artichoke, asparagus, radishes, garlic scapes
Summer- watermelons, avocados, peaches, blueberries
Farmers Markets create year-round opportunities for farmers & ranchers. The # of winter markets nearly tripled since 2010.
Spending money at a farmer's market keeps your money feeding into the local economy.
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