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The number of winter markets across the US has grown along with their summer counterparts. Their growth indicates the establishment of the local food movement. Winter markets have their own set of challenges, particularly in colder states like Ohio. Indoor space is considerably more expensive than parking lots and vacant […]

Winter Farmers Markets Surge

The Farmers Market Management Network of Ohio celebrates National Farmers' Week by highlighting the accomplishments of stand-out markets in Ohio. The Wyoming Avenue Farmers Market is achieving their mission bolstering the local economy, improving community health, and bringing diverse groups of people together through a shared social space. Wyoming Ave. […]

Wyoming Avenue Farmers’ Market

A  recent NPR-Thomson Reuters Health Poll, of more than 3,000 adults across the country reveals insights about their attitudes toward organic food. When it comes to buying produce, 43 percent of people would like to get their fruits and veggies at a farmers market. Supermarkets come in second at 32 […]

Poll Reveals Demand for Farmers’ Market Produce

Randy Blose, executive chef at the Alliance Country Club, will demonstrate how to make pasta primavera al'olio at this week's Alliance Farmers' Market. Blose will use locally grown vegetables and herbs sautéed in olive oil to make the main course dish. This year, the Alliance Farmers' Market is authorized to […]

Alliance, Ohio FM Holds Chef Saturday

By ELIZABETH KERSJES, The Associated Press Updated 12:46 PM Friday, August 7, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio — On a small plot of land owned by Ohio State University, 13 high school students have dedicated their summer vacation to farming. The youths from nearby Metro Early College High School are growing organic […]

High school students learn farming at Ohio State

The Columbus Dispatch ran an article on the growth of Farmers' Markets in Central Ohio.  In spite of a  few misquotes and errors,  it was a positive article. Bumper Crop: Farmers' Markets sprouting up just about everywere.

Farmers’ Markets Get Press