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After such a beautiful weekend, can we even begin to think about winter? Can we hope for a warm fall with all the snow already… Continue reading
Vendors will continue through October, but market booth closes this Saturday.
Late summer crops are coming in at the Homer Farmers Market.
I have to admit that I start getting a little sentimental around this time of year. I can see by the calendar that we only… Continue reading
I had the joyous opportunity to go berry picking this weekend with some new friends who just moved to town. It is always invigorating to… Continue reading
I tend to walk around the Homer Farmers Market in a daze like a child surrounded by shiny objects. It just so happens that I… Continue reading
I’m lazy — I admit it. It is so seldom that I actually make it to the Homer Farmers Market right at 10 a.m. anymore.… Continue reading
SNAP doubling program makes fresh, locally grown food accessible to everyone.
This manic time of the year is so different from the dark times of the winter when I look forward to curling up by the… Continue reading
I have a friend visiting right now who is on a quest to make salads beautiful. It’s not hard to do at this time of… Continue reading
Services include blade sharpening, canner gauge testing.
Even though the rain came down Saturday morning, the Homer Farmers Market still had plenty of folks streaming in. What is it that will bring… Continue reading
If you can imagine how hard it is to farm, think about how hard it is to get fresh food.
After a cold winter, it has been a cool summer. But even though tourists may be bundling up in down parkas to hang out on… Continue reading
Need a hug? The Homer Farmers Market has them, but veggies go fast.
Food Hub also is an option for locally grown food.
From fresh vegetables to knife sharpening, there’s lots to inspire at the the Homer Farmers Market
New vendors join familiar booths
Changes include new market director, relaxation of COVID-19 safety policies and return of craft and hot-foot vendors.
Last staffed Market is Saturday; no Harvest Party will be held