Farmer’s markets in Newfoundland and Labrador are sprouting like.. well, like mushrooms after a good rainfall. And that’s great news.

Latest market is the Clarenville Shoreline Farmer’s Market. According to Inga Smith-Bailey, the market will operate for four market days this summer to test the waters.

“If it is a success we plan on holding more markets possibly this fall and definately next year,” says Smith-Bailey. According to Smith-Bailey, the Clarenville Heritage Society has an MOU with the Town of Clarenville to operate the Shoreline Market.

“We are looking for more vendors who would like to help us make the Shoreline Market a success,” she says.

Interested in participating? contact Inga at: newfie_inga at hotmail.com

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