Farmers Market Opens For Business

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Elias Gomez of Chimayo was selling red and yellow sweet cherries at the Española Valley Farmers Market. Photo by George Morse with the Valley Daily Post.

Farmers Market Opens For Business

Staff Report

The first Española Valley Farmers Market of the 2016 growing season was held June 13 on Railroad Avenue in Espanola. The Farmers Market is held every Monday from now until late October and features local products from throughout the valley. Demonstrations on how to cook with a traditional horno oven will also occur throughout the summer, as well as occasional musical performances during market hours. The Española Farmers Market also accepts EBT and offers special discounts for EBT users.


Bill Orr of Lyden was selling chokecherry jelly, greens and dill at the Española Valley Farmers Market. Photo by George Morse with the Valley Daily Post.


Gabriella Silva of Española talks to customer Heather Heydorn at the Española Valley Farmers Market. Silva sells lotion bars, scrubs teas and jewelry made from rose buds. Photo by George Morse with the Valley Daily Post.


Ricardo Z. Sanchez  of Alcalde was selling local, raw honey from RZs Bees at the Española Valley Farmers Market. Photo by George Morse with the Valley Daily Post.

 

 

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