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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...

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...


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...

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...

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...

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...

anemones: a winter wonder

anemones: a winter wonder

An elegant bouquet of flowers in the middle of winter? Incredible, I know. I can't get over how stunning these flowers are, not to mention the fact that they were grown just down the road. Shanti Rade, of...

In Season: January

In Season: January

Here we are: entering the coldest part of the year. The good news? Our local farmers are still growing food for us! (applause) Using row covers, hoop houses, and greenhouses, they are able to provide our community with an array of freshly harvested vegetables. By...


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