Eat local and fresh for better health and support local organic growers every Saturday morning at the farmers market out front of the Gila County Historical Museum and Chamber of Commerce.
Handmade soap, local honey, fresh apricots, loofahs, beets and greens and the season’s first squash were available last Saturday, along with potted tomatoes and other plants ready to transplant into your own kitchen garden.
Peter Bigfoot brought fresh apricots from his Reevis Mountain Ranch; artisan bread was available, too - baker Bert Archer brought fresh loaves from his Superior-based ovens, where he producing multi-grain bread, ciabatta, focaccia, raisin, pecan and cinnamon bread. Be there Saturday at 8 a.m. for first pick of the fresh loaves while supplies last.
Farmers Market organizer Holly Brantley welcomes new producers and growers to sell weekly in Globe, and also at new twice-a-month Friday markets that have expanded to Superior and Dudleyville.
For details call Holly at 928- 701-3097 or connect at facebook.com/gmfm2011
Superior’s Farmers Market repeats on the second and fourth Friday starting at 4 p.m.
Another new farmers’ market in Dudleyville at the Multi-Generational Center repeats on the first and third Friday each month from 9 a.m. ‘til noon July 19.
Producers, growers and anyone with questions is welcome to call Holly Brantley 928-701-3097 or Shelbi Lindesmith 330-592-4842 for vendor information.
Follow all three farmers markets at facebook.com/CopperCommunitiesFoodHub