Observations of the many benefits of the Thornton Farmer's Market.
After that surprise spring snowstorm early April, it's nice to finally hear the familiar hum of lawn mowers, and the most welcome sign of spring, tulips and daffodils dotting the local landscape. And for the serious gardeners, signs for local native plant sales! Every gardener knows that the best plants are the tried and true plants grown in... Continue Reading →
There is nothing better than the smell and taste of freshly sliced tomatoes on a hot July afternoon. And, there is no reason anyone should have to eat tasteless, faded pink tomatoes this summer when local farmers are brimming with "fresh-from-the-field" offerings. With so much farming going on in our own back yard, it's easy to find anything from corn to kale... Continue Reading →