The new face of the Edmonds farmers markets

Artists and crafters will not be included for now

Series: Coronavirus | Story 111

Last updated 4/17/2020 at 2:15pm

Brian Soergel

From 2018: The Garden Market in Edmonds.

As we face the new reality of a future in a time of COVID-19, communities around the state and country are looking for ways for farmers markets to continue to bring fresh, locally grown produce and products to their communities.

The simple reality is that farmers markets will have to change in many ways to keep both the customers and vendors safe while maintaining social distancing and healthy habits.

The Edmonds Historical Museum has brought the Garden Market and the Summer Market to the downtown community for more than 25 years, and looks to continue working with the Snohomish County He...

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