The weather has turned autumn-like and the days are getting shorter. However there is so much good food at the market right now. Squash has transitioned from summer (zucchini) to fall (pumpkins and delicata) and even winter (acorn, butternut, kabocha). There are still berries to be had. And don’t forget that we have cheese, honey,… Continue reading Week 15 – Changing Seasons
Do you grow your own veggies and fruit at home? We have just the contest for you! Bring one home-grown ugly produce to display at market and see how ugly yours are compared to other market patrons! And of course a we have a vendor category. Let’s see just how ugly some of our own… Continue reading Week 13 – Ugly Produce and Kasey Kahne Day
Alison Morrow returned to Enumclaw to do a feature story on young Owen Suhoversnik and his farming aspirations. Owen got to assist in the pig birthing process his first time at our President Lisa Smith’s L & B Mini Ranch. Lisa’s husband Burt did a great job highlighting the how many plateau area farmers are… Continue reading L & B Mini Ranch featured on KING5News
As you know, many hands makes light work. We have a small but mighty group of volunteers that have helped us run the market so far this year, but we need more. Market season goes all the way through September and summer is long and (usually) hot. If you are looking for some volunteer opportunities,… Continue reading Call for Volunteers
The 157th King County Fair kicks off on Thursday morning at 10:00 am over at the Enumclaw Expo Center. If you hit the fair early, be sure to stop by the market on your way home to pick up some fresh local produce. We will have a few vendors missing this week, but don't let… Continue reading Week 6 – King County Fair Week!