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Who Cares for School Gardens in the Summer?

Even though school is out for summer, learning is still in for Prescott students! Our FoodCorps service member Elena worked with several enrichment classes at Lincoln Elementary School and Granite Mountain School to teach about gardening, nutrition, and our food...

Garlic

Garlic

Garlic (Allium sativum) is a bulbous plant native to central Asia whose cultivation started more than 5,000 years and is popular in cuisines around the world. It is closely related to onions, leeks, and shallots—all of which share the same genus: Allium. The ancient...

Featured Vendor: La Piña Sabrosa

Herminia Hernandez and her family have been cooking delicious Mexican food at home for years and now are cooking for their community as well. Herminia and her husband, José Luiz and their daughter, Geraldine and son, Arlin are La Piña Sabrosa--an authentic Mexican...

Double Up Food Bucks AZ

We are thrilled to announce that the Prescott and Chino Valley Markets will begin participating in Double Up Food Bucks AZ (Double Up AZ) next month. Double Up AZ is a program that allows SNAP recipients to receive additional money to spend on AZ-grown fruits and...

Swiss Chard

Chard, Beta vulgaris, (also commonly called Swiss chard) is a leafy green whose veins and stems come in a variety of vibrant colors. It belongs to the same subspecies as beets but has a slightly milder, less earthy taste than beet greens.Chard originated in the...

broccoli

Broccoli is a cultivar of the species Brassica oleracea, or wild cabbage, whose flowering head is consumed in many food cultures across the world. Wild cabbage originated along the coast of the Mediterranean and was domesticated at least 2,000 years ago. This...

bok choy

Bok choy (aka pak choi), Brassica rapa, is a type of Chinese cabbage. Records show that the Chinese have been cultivating the vegetable since the 5th century AD. It wasn’t introduced to the United States until early in the 20th  century. Bok choy prefers mild to...

Featured Vendor: Backyard Bounty

Have you ever planted a fruit tree -- then been both overwhelmed and delighted by the large amount of ripe fruit on the tree? Backyard Bounty is here to help. Backyard Bounty operates with two individuals and one truck. Sarah Teal Axelrod and Armand Ignelzi are based...

Radishes

The radish (Raphanus sativus) is a member of the Brassicaceae family. Its relatives include kale, broccoli, turnips, and horseradish. The name “radish” comes from the Latin word for root, “radix.” The spicy or peppery flavor of radishes comes from their skin. Radishes...

Featured Vendor: Yavapai College

Rich Peterson has come a long way from bringing excess crops from his home garden to the market. After getting his start at home with the mantra: "If some is good, more is better," Rich now supports horticulture science students of Yavapai College by bringing the...

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