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  • Ed
    July 02, 2010 - 13:21

    Interesting, nice to see people back home promoting their own home grown produce, the next time I visit your fair city I will take the time to visit your farmers market, congratulations and keep up the good work.

  • Indoor Gardens
    July 02, 2010 - 13:17

    People grow fresh produce all year long. Indoor hydroponics works very well here, and if this venue were to remain open I bet you would be able to pick up your organic fix 12 months of the year. At least we have little need to visit the poor selection in local stores for our green veggies and strawberries! ;-)

  • liz/aka/jane
    July 02, 2010 - 13:17

    Hansen says it's really all about the food and I agree and if this is the case why not keep it going year round like the Farmer's mrkts in Ch'town PEI and Hfx. NS. People want to come out and meet for coffee and eat something there, with that in mind let's get more food vendors like the Arab man who makes Schwarmas, now that would be busy. People want fresh veggies yes but they want to mingle too, and when the veggies are not in season, they'll still come out to walk around, look at the jewelery and art on display. Also, permanent booths for the vendors are needed, it must be inconvient to lug everything back and forth every week. A place where you could keep a small fridge, hot plate and utensils etc. would go over well with the vendors I'm certain.

  • Ed
    July 01, 2010 - 20:04

    Interesting, nice to see people back home promoting their own home grown produce, the next time I visit your fair city I will take the time to visit your farmers market, congratulations and keep up the good work.

  • Indoor Gardens
    July 01, 2010 - 19:58

    People grow fresh produce all year long. Indoor hydroponics works very well here, and if this venue were to remain open I bet you would be able to pick up your organic fix 12 months of the year. At least we have little need to visit the poor selection in local stores for our green veggies and strawberries! ;-)

  • liz/aka/jane
    July 01, 2010 - 19:57

    Hansen says it's really all about the food and I agree and if this is the case why not keep it going year round like the Farmer's mrkts in Ch'town PEI and Hfx. NS. People want to come out and meet for coffee and eat something there, with that in mind let's get more food vendors like the Arab man who makes Schwarmas, now that would be busy. People want fresh veggies yes but they want to mingle too, and when the veggies are not in season, they'll still come out to walk around, look at the jewelery and art on display. Also, permanent booths for the vendors are needed, it must be inconvient to lug everything back and forth every week. A place where you could keep a small fridge, hot plate and utensils etc. would go over well with the vendors I'm certain.