Brisk Sales at the Suffield Farmers Market

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Randy Johnson looks over his beautiful tomatoes at the Maplewood Farms booth.

Suffield’s Farmers Market has been doing a thriving business this summer, in part because other markets have chosen not to open and also because people are looking for delicious and local fresh summer produce, which can be found in great variety at the Market. Come to the town’s lower green on Saturdays between 9 a.m. and noon to buy something special; support our local farmers and wear your mask. 

Photos by Kathy Dunai 

Marjorie Begin smiles happily at the Merry Mite Wild Garden booth.
Ted Drunowski of Bielonko Farms shows corn in his hands and on his great mask.
Kacy Colston waves from Suffield’s 350th anniversary booth.
Donna Dunai tends to another customer at the Cupola Hollow Farm stand.
Julie Harrison, the Garden Fairy, brought plenty of flowers to the Market.
Mike and Elizabeth Mosher offer ripe produce from Mosher Farm.

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