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In Season: April

April may be the slimmest month of the year as far as harvesting goes here in the Prescott area; however that doesn't mean there aren't fresh, delicious fruits and vegetables at the market. Cool weather crops are still enjoying some cold nights and pretty soon warmer...



It's been a bit crazy at the market lately. Around 9:30am customers start lining up outside of Whipstone Farm's booth, waiting 30 minutes just to make sure they a bunch of asparagus when the bell rings. One customer called it "cutthroat" last week. Watching these...

March Updates

We're hiring! PFM is seeking 2 part-time assistant market managers to help with our summer market. If you or someone you know is interested, please email us a request for information. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and interviews conducted within 2...

Planting Potatoes

Potatoes are amazing. We find endless ways to prepare them: scalloped, fried, mashed, roasted, shredded and the list goes on. They're also one of my favorite crops to grow at home. There's a special anticipation and reward when after watching your plants grow for...

Featured Vendor: The Goat Barn

Kimberly Sharp loves living on a farm. She said people often assume that all of the animals tie them down. Her response is "We don't need to get away; we love it here." Kim and her husband have raised and home-schooled their 5 children on their farm in Prescott...

In Season: March

Spring is officially here and while many of us are basking in the sun, feeling grateful for the changing season, March is a bit of a transition month for our local farmers. Many of the cold-weather crops they planted this winter are dwindling while they hold their...

Fruit Tree Pruning

One of my favorite things to do is prune fruit trees. While some may consider it a chore--and I suppose if you have a full orchard it would feel that way--I find peace and satisfaction in tending to the trees that feed me. For this reason I could get carried away with...

In Season: February

In Season: February

With this warm weather, it's not so hard to imagine plants sprouting up all over the place. Many of our farmers have planted seeds, hoping that this warm spell lasts through the spring. Keep your fingers crossed! Here is what you can expect to find at the market this...

Featured Vendor: Grand Canyon Farms

Grand Canyon Farms is a small operation in Ash Fork. Bill and Mary Henning moved to Ash Fork six years ago from California to start their own homestead. Previous to that Bill was an Army K9 Handler and Supervisor. He attended Cal Poly Pomona and received a degree in...


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