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Featured Vendor: two bites bakery

Allee Steinberg has been baking and gardening since she was a teenager. After 40 years as a dental hygienist, she retired and, as she says, “went to the dark side”--baking and selling sweets. Allee and her husband Al moved from northern Illinois to Chino Valley in...

In Season: June

We're entering a bountiful (and hot!) season here in Yavapai County. Our farmers in the Verde Valley have a head start on those here in the Quad-cities which means a wider variety of summer crops. Below are the fruits and vegetables you will find at the farmers...



Kohlrabi, Brassica oleracea, is an alien-looking vegetable. Also known as “cabbage turnip” from the German words Kohl meaning cabbage and Rabi meaning turnip, kohlrabi is a botanical variety of cabbage that was bred to have a bulbous stem. At first glance, it appears...

Summer Slaw

Last week we were fortunate to have colleagues from Yavapai County Community Health Services whip up a healthy delicious slaw for market-goers. It was a hit with many people stopping by for a second taste. Each taster was given one ticket to vote: love it, like it or...

Featured Farmer: Windmill Garden

Frank Geminden and his wife, Karen, tend an orchard of 175 pecan trees and about 600 feet of native blackberries along the Verde River in Camp Verde. Frank and Karen fell in love with the area when they visited Frank's parents 23 years ago. They packed up their life...

In Season: May

The summer season is gearing up and looking great. Here is what's fresh at the market right now: arugula asparagus  (limited) basil beets bok choy broccoli (limited) broccolini carrots chives cilantro cucumbers dill floral salad mix frisee grapefruit (limited) green...

Last Harvest

Miller Valley Elementary garden club students celebrated the end of a great school year with a garden harvest party. During the last week of school, garden club students were excited to see what the seeds they planted in March had become: food! Their garden beds were...


In May and June most of our farmers have fresh beets on display at the market and they tend to sell out fast. Why? Because beets are best right now. In Yavapai County, fresh beets, Beta vulgaris (also known as “beetroot”) are generally in season from April to...

Spring School Gardens

Spring is here and school gardens are flourishing. Prescott Farmers Market’s FoodCorps service member, Samantha Turner has helped students plant gardens at Mile High Middle School and Washington and Miller Valley Elementary Schools. FoodCorps is a nationwide...


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