Salem Farmers Market puts its focus on winter
On Sunday, however, market volunteers, vendors, and customers focused on the end of a successful summer and fall season and looked forward to a full winter schedule.
The winter market isn’t the only good news for the coming months, Lang said.
By being on-site every week, Mahoney said his farm will be able to provide the fresh, raw dairy products on weeks when the market isn’t open.
For Layla Saad and Anne Lin, volunteers at the market from Windham High School, the market is a good opportunity to work outside and learn about the value and importance of locally grown food and products.
Selectmen voted against allowing the signs, with some board members claiming the market is a for-profit business.
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