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SFM Newsletter July 4th

We hope you will consider taking time out of your busy holiday weekend to celebrate our local farmers this 4th of July Sunday by shopping the farmers market where you will find all of your picnic and bbq needs. There is truly something for everyone’s holiday feasting from veggies to meats and, yes.. nothing like grilled peaches.


Stick around for a while and join us for a preview of this season’s Peace Town with Jim Corbett and friends taking the stage for a special musical treat.


It’s never too late to plant a garden.. there are still lots of veggie, herbs and native plant starts for your latest garden project.


Make sure to bring your favorite kitchen and gardening tools!  Edgeworks will be at the market street side!


This Sunday’s adventure into the land of local veggie offerings features field cucumbers and heirloom tomatoes not to mention.. lettuces, microgreens, spinach, tot soi, bok choy, mustard greens, kales, collards, swiss chard, napa and other cabbages, salad radishes, turnips, carrots, beets,  leeks, potatoes, mushrooms, broccolis, cauliflowers, green beans, red onions, green garlic, summer squashes, hot house tomatoes and cucumbers herbs and so much more…


Don’t miss stone fruit season with peaches, nectarines, sweet cherries and for you berry lovers.. organic strawberries!!  .. berries, pluots, mulberries and citrus too!!


Don’t forget the Flowers!!


Look for farmer inspired products like organic nut butters, almonds and walnuts.  You will also find meats, cheeses, olive oil, wines, vinegar, dried fruits, olives, honey, herbal teas, jams, hot sauces and pesto, breads, pastries and other homemade treats are just some of what you will find at the market.


We really appreciate your continued support.. we are working hard to keep our market strong and our community programs going.  Please consider donating.  Special thanks for the donations that keep coming in through the market’s GoFundMe campaign.


Thank you for supporting your local small farmers especially now when they need you most.  The drought and extreme temperatures have had a devastating impact.


In community,



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