The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and WIC were at the Market this Wednesday, along with 14 vendors. Although it rained during the beginning of the Market, the sun eventually came out to greet everyone visiting the Market. NRCS was at the market to poll the customers and vendors at the Market regarding sustainable practices that conserve agricultural resources. Customers were able to pick up a variety of produce, including tomatoes, peaches, onions, cucumbers, squash, okra and eggplant, to name a few items. More produce can be found at the Sunday Market this weekend, 9AM-12PM. See you there!
We hope you made it out this weekend to the Market…we had Elaine & Cross Country Trio providing amazing music for the Market this weekend. You can listen to them again in the Market album. This time of year is prime produce time! Grapes, sweet corn, cantaloupe, flowers, green chili, cheese and meat can be found at the Market, along with much, much more. Our Wednesday Market is still happening, so if you need just a couple of items, come stop by our smaller, mid-week market, 3PM-6PM. Next Sunday, come get a breakfast burrito and take advantage of the booming Market!
Great mid-week Market this week – there were tons of veggies to choose from. Customers left with flowers,honey, onions, green beans, squash, cucumbers and, last but not least, corn! If you made it out, thank you for supporting local agriculture, and we hope you found what you were looking for. This upcoming Sunday we will have musical guests Eileen and the Cross Country Trio. We’re also sure there is a breakfast burrito with your name on it! See you Sunday at 9AM!
Thank you, THANK YOU to the Corrales Tractor Club for making this year’s Historic Tractor Show a great success! We had a total of 8 tractors at the Market today, as well as 42 vendors and great music by Zoltan Orkestar. We hope you enjoyed the Market as much as we did. The Apple Tree Cafe was busy all morning, and vendors were happy to see so many people out and about at the Market. Fruit was the big thing at the Market this week – vendors had grapes, watermelon, peaches, blackberries, raspberries, cantaloupe, honeydew, and apples. The flowers are in full bloom as well, cosmos, giant sunflowers, and zinnias were at the Market today as well. Thank you to everyone that came out to the Market this weekend, it was fantastic to see the community supporting local agriculture!