Tuesday, September 29th

The Jackson County Farmers Market will begin selling fresh produce and other handmade items on Diploma Drive, next to the Lunda Community Center, on June 7.

Thanks to Together for Jackson County Kids, UW Extension, Jackson County Public Health, Lunda Community Center, Black River Memorial Hospital and members of the Master Gardener Program, the Jackson County Farmers Market had a very successful 2017.

Some Farmers Markets don’t require produce and crafts to be grown or made by the vendors themselves.

Every vendor at the Jackson County Farmers Market grows or makes the items sold at the market.

Market manager Ron Gososke said, “We want the customers to know where their fruits and vegetables are coming from.” He added: “Customers not only are able to purchase good quality food, they help support our local farmers who raise the crops. It’s a win-win.”

New to the market this year are $100 voucher booklets.