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Tuesday Market for June 6, 2017- Rain or Shine!



Your hardy farmers aren’t deterred by the rain and you shouldn’t be either! Tuesday Market is rain or shine and you can be too! 

Plants are still stealing the show at the market. From old favorites to interesting choices like those pictured above: tomatillo, calla lily and cucamelon at Old Friends Farm.

When you buy plants at Tuesday Market you can be sure about what you’re getting. You can feel good knowing that from seed to market, your plants are the highest quality. Below, Crabapple Farm tells customers about their growing practices. 

If anything, this cool, rainy weather is good for cooking!

Quiches, soups, panini, omelets, rice bowls… There are so many fresh choices right now.

Find your inspiration at Tuesday Market, go home and make some culinary magic!

Tuesday Market accepts SNAP benefits and will be matching SNAP purchases up to $10 while we wait for vendors to have the ability to accept the new HIP benefit at the market.
HIP is a three-year program which will match SNAP recipients’ purchases of local fruits and vegetables at participating farmers’ markets, mobile markets, farms stands, and CSAs. The HIP benefit will provide $40-$80 per month to SNAP users, depending on household size. Customers can learn more about this exciting new local food benefit by stopping by the purple market tent at Tuesday Market or by clicking HERE
Find all of these folks at Tuesday Market on 6/6:
Tart Baking Company
Sawmill Herb Farm
Old Friends Farm
Cricket Creek Farm
Beets & Barley Catering
Red Fire Farm
Laughing Tomato Pizza
Hart Farm
Wild Rose Farm
Garce Hill Dairy
New England Wild Edibles
Red Barn Honey
Justamere Tree Farm
Crabapple Farm
Wingate Farm
Sage Meadow Farm


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