Farmers market in full bloom
Photos by Linda Smith Hancharick Radishes, spinach and lettuce were some of the vegetables available at the West Milford Farmers Market on Wednesday. Kittatinny Mountain Farm had plenty of customers. It is a certified organic grower.
Customers take a taste of some local honey at the farmers market on Wednesday.
Radishes and spinach were two of the vegetables in abundance at the market.
J and Kay entertained throughout the day for the opening of the market.
For those who want to grow their own vegetables, plants were available at the market.
WEST MILFORD — The West Milford Farmers Market opened its season on Wednesday. With bright sunshine, mild temperatures and lots of fresh vegetables, flowers and even empanatas, the day was a good start to the 2014 market season. J and Kay provided music for the day. The 13 vendors had plenty of patrons, keeping them hopping throughout the day.
The West Milford Farmers Market takes place rain or shine on Union Valley Road, behind the West Milford Presbyterian Church. The market is sponsored by Sustainable West Milford. For more information, go to sustainablewestmilford.org.
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