Farm to Table – A Guide to the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market

August 18, 2012 | Categories: Farmers Market | Tags: ,

As the summer sun fuels our local farms, customers gather around the two blocks of stands on Pollasky. At 5:30 p.m., the announcement is made and the farmers market proceedings begin. The street is filled with the bright colors of produce and the sounds of happy shoppers.

Locally sourced food is a big deal in Old Town Clovis and throughout this unique area you’ll find restaurants that offer locally grown ingredients. There is great pride in knowing the source of the food we prepare as the cycle from farm to table is completed.

With the help of Uhuru Network, we recently created a video which explores the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market and highlights the great produce provided by our valley farmers.

We would like you to join Chef Nathan Copeland of Victoria Rose Restaurant as he shops at the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market and shares some great tips along the way.

Video Details
Title: Farm to Table
Description: A Guide to the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market
Produced by: Uhuru Network LLC

2 thoughts on “Farm to Table – A Guide to the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market

    1. Hi Dick,

      We always we welcome input from folks, so thank you for your inquiry. For the past two years we have attempted to keep the “growers” portion of the Market running. As it turns out, it doesn’t work. We thought people would continue to come out on a Friday night to get their fruits and veggies but there are some factors that make the Market dwindle down to “zip” by the end of October. First and foremost, the produce you seek becomes sparse or unavailable. Most of our growers are spring/summer crops and their growing season stops or slows down in October. Along with high school football and cold weather it impacts attendance. So, through the winter months we recommend visiting the Vineyard at Shaw and Blackstone on Saturday mornings and then join us again in mid May. See you in the spring!

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