Even though winter is here not all farmer's markets have shut their doors.
Traditionally farmers markets are held outside during the warm months. However, at the Granville Winter Market the shopping is all done inside so people can enjoy their local farmers market all year round. Which is a great way to buy fresh in* season vegetables.
"Well we have a lot of sweet potatoes right now and we'll be able to store those probably through February the way things are going right now...
With summer and the prime growing season fast approaching, week two of the Wednesday Zanesville Farmers Market was held Downtown Wednesday. It takes place every Wednesday from 4PM to 6:30PM outside the Muskingum County Welcome Center through the month of October.
Though it is still early in the produce season, Mark Barnhart, farmer of 32 years and President of the Wednesday Farmers Market told us what visitors from around the area were able to purchase this week.
For most cities the season for having farmer's markets is over, but in Granville the event carries on.
For the third season, the Granville Indoor Farmer's Market has taken place at Granville Elementary School. At the market there are a variety of fruits, vegetables and meats for people to purchase. Owner of Hiland Naturals Farm says that customers enjoy coming to his stand because he is a Non GMO certified establishment, which he says is better than simply organic labels because it can...
The summer drought has taken a toll on farmers, but even with rain in the weekend forecast, farmer Mark Barnhart says it's too little too late to help summer produce, which has affected consumer turnout.
"This market is down dangerously low to sustain it." said Barnhart. "We need to get more people here on Wednesdays'. I don't know how long we'll run it, it depends on how long we have produce."
While farmers have seen a decrease in their crop yield,...
Downtown Zanesville will be full of activity this week, featuring unique tastes and sounds.
A Taste of Zanesville will kick off Wednesday afternoon with about 35 local businesses taking part in the event. The day will include art displays, demonstrations, and activity for kids taking place throughout the downtown area. Downtown Manager Dana Matz said, the day originally served as a bridge between pottery festivals and has been a success ever since.
The final outdoor Farmers Market of the year in Dresden is Thursday afternoon. It will also include a community wiener roast for those who attend. Organizers say there is still plenty of late fresh produce, pumpkins, home-baked goods, meats, eggs, cider, donuts, kettle corn and crafts. There will also be events for children to enjoy like a hay maze and bounce house. The final farmers’ market is Thursday at the Dresden Swim Center Parking lot from 4:00pm to 7:00 pm.