The Magic of Farmers’ Markets

The local farmer’s market offers patrons fresh, seasonal foods and a feeling of community that is often lacking at large supermarkets.



The second edition of “It’s a Long Road to a Tomato,” by Keith Stewart, has been updated with five new essays about life on the farm.
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Lower-income women, infants and children, and seniors, all of whom may be nutritionally at risk, can participate in the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), established by the USDA in 1992.
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