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Reflection on 2 Years of FoodCorps Service

I moved to Prescott back in August 2015 after graduating from NAU. The first thing that I remember thinking when I arrived here was that something must be terribly wrong with my car -- it was making a screeching, high-pitched noise. When I popped my head out the...

Granite Mountain School Builds an Outdoor Classroom

Granite Mountain School Builds an Outdoor Classroom

Have you heard about our in-school education programs? For the past two years, our FoodCorps service member Elena Greenberg has taught in-school classes and after-school clubs on gardening, nutrition, and cooking at Granite Mountain School. After building a thriving...

Where’s the fruit?

Where’s the fruit?

If you've been to a summer farmers market in California, Oregon, Washington or some other lush, temperate local, you probably witnessed an abundance of fruit. When you peruse one of our markets in Prescott, Prescott Valley or Chino Valley, you may have noticed that...

Update: Parking at Yavapai College

Update: Parking at Yavapai College

Hello PFM customers, Thank you for supporting the Prescott Farmers Market on Saturday mornings at Yavapai College. We share this space with neighbors and other events who reserve nearby areas of the college on Saturday mornings. Please note that Parking Lot A is...

Tomatoes

The tomato is the fruit of Solanum lycopersicum—a nightshade plant in the Solanaceae family, which includes eggplant, peppers and potatoes. The tomato is native to South and Central America, where ancient peoples domesticated the wild plants. While the date of its...

Featured Chefs: John Panza & Cassandra Hankinson

Chef John Panza and Cassandra Hankinson of Biga by Senses will be two of the featured chefs at our Farm to Table Dinner on August 27, 2017. PFM Market Manager Kelley Villa sat down with them to chat about why they love local food. Prescott Farmers Market: How long...

When Frost Bites in June

In the early hours of June 12 the temperature dropped unseasonably low, causing frost to occur in parts of Yavapai County. In Paulden at least three of our farmers suffered significant damage to their crops. Both Aguiar and Hernandez Farms estimate that 70 percent of...

Peas

June is prime time to eat peas! Peas are the seeds of the pods of Pisum sativum. The pods are botanically the fruit of the plant and, in the case of snow peas and snap peas, are as edible as the peas themselves. Modern pea varieties originated from the wild pea, which...

Community Seed Exchange

Saturday, June 3 7:30-Noon at the Prescott Farmers Market Everyone is invited to participate in a community seed exchange hosted by the Prescott Farmers Market Education Booth. We will have heirloom, organic, and conventional seed varieties available for give-away,...

Featured Chef: Aimee Novak

Chef Aimee Novak will be one of the featured chefs at our Farm to Table Dinner on August 27, 2017. PFM Market Manager Kelley Villa sat down with her to chat about why she loves local food. Prescott Farmers Market: How long have you been in the Prescott area? Aimee...

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