FARM FRESH

The Washington Farmers Market was in full swing and buzzing with activity on Saturday, June 15. Leafy greens, radishes, and baskets of beautiful strawberries, like the above grown in Washington by The Traveling Farmer, were in abundance. The weekly market is hosted, rain or shine, by the Judy Black Memorial Park in Washington Depot every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

FARM FRESH

Baskets of luscious locally grown strawberries tempted shoppers at the Washington Farmers Market. These beauties were offered by Ox Hollow Farm of Woodbury. (O’Brien photos)

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