Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi Farmers Market’

Will Scarborough helps farmers get produce from their field to your plate

by Clay Chandler Published: May 25,2012

Tags: agriculture, Mississippi Farmers Market, Will Scarborough

Will Scarborough is the general manager of the Mississippi Farmers Market. The market, operated by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce, sits in an 18,000-square-foot building on High Street. It is open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Q — Take us through a typical day for you when the […] [...]

Our homegrown commodity

Aside from politics and sports talk, there is little question that the conversation in Mississippi always comes back to food and where to get a taste of some homegrown country goodness. Mouth-watering fresh fruits and vegetables are produced abundantly in a state known first and foremost for agriculture and one has to look no further […] [...]

On the comeback trail

by Laura Smith Published: September 26,2010

Tags: Mississippi Farmers Market, Richard Butler

National economy has more and more people shopping at their local farmers market In the early part of last decade, the Mississippi Farmers Market had become more commercial than local: vendors were buying produce wholesale and reselling at the market. Other problems plagued the market, as well. The location was in a bad part of […] [...]

Combined farmers market gets good reviews

by Wally Northway Published: November 9,2009

Tags: farmers market, Greater Belhaven Market, Mississippi Farmers Market

Leaders mull about whether relocation will be permanent   Betty Girling could not have been happier with her experience at the Mississippi Farmers Market in Jackson on Oct. 24. That day marked the first time that the Mississippi Farmers Market and the Greater Belhaven Market offered a joint event. “I thought it was great — […] [...]

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