What’s Fresh at Trout Lake – July 16th
apricots, basil, beets, beans, bell peppers, blackberries, blueberries, bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, chard, cherries, cherry tomatoes, Chinese lettuce, chives, cucumbers, eggplant, fennel, garlic, green onions, pattypan squash, peaches, peas, plums, potatoes, radicchio, radishes, raspberries, salad mix, strawberries, sunflowers, tomatoes, turnips, wheatgrass, zucchini
We’ve got a Trout Lake vendor that we’re seeing for the first time this season!
Arila Apiary – local honey, beeswax balm and bee pollen
Now is a great opportunity to preserve the bounty of fresh, BC grown summer produce for the winter months. Beets and pickling cucumbers can be pickled, berries made into jams or frozen whole, peaches and apricots canned, herbs dried – the possibilities are endless! If you’re picking up large quantities of produce, come to the red Info Booth to learn about our grocery valet service.
Erin from Stein Mountain Farm will be braiding garlic during the market. Braiding garlic is both beautiful and practical, providing great air circulation for each bulb during storage. Find her on the southeast side of the market to watch this unique skill in action!
GET A COMPLETE LIST OF THIS WEEK’S TROUT LAKE FARMERS MARKET VENDORS HERE.