First Summer Farmers Market of the season held in Morgantown

Monongalia and Preston

MORGANTOWN W.Va – The first summer farmers market of the season was held Saturday morning in Morgantown 

This is held under the pavilion on Spruce Street. 

A wide spread of vendors with a large product variety fill the space every week. 

Everything from ramps, duck eggs, green garlic and many fruits and vegetables are sold. 

Tokens are available for purchase with a credit card at the markets. Vendors accept the tokens just like cash. 

Snap tokens which can be purchased with an EBT card are also available.

“With the locally grown items, you’re supporting the small businesses but also, the locally grown products, they last a little bit longer than what you’d get at kroger for a better price,” said Cat Diehl, Market Manager. 

The Morgantown Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to noon. 
 

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