Zainab Al-Mehdar Clarendon May 28, 2022 Looking for a different location to sell his flowers and produce, one farmer decided to start selling them on his own farm, and little by little more vendors joined him and it grew from there. “This is the only farmers market that’s actually at a farm so when people come here they see the peacocks, they see chickens, the cows, you know. They have a farm visit here. So it’s . . .
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