This small farmers market was well suited for the commuinity. All produce was locally grown. One customer walks one mile to get to the market each week. She buys produce for her son so he can, “eat fresher foods.”

Growers were accepting NY State Farmers Market Nutrition Program checks, worth $4 each. In return for using the checks at the Farmers’ Market, the vendor gives them a $2 Farmers Market Health Bucks coupon to bring back to the market.

Growers offered Mexican herbs, including purslane (thought of as a weed in Southeastern Ohio), cilantro, flatleaf parsley, pipicha (a cilantro alternative), and more. Mint, basil, rosemary and other herbs were offered at $2/bunch. Produce offered included sweet corn ($5/dz), tomatillos ($2/lb), radishes, carrots (yellow and orange), eight ball zuchini, lettuce, cabbage, leaks and more.