Photos: 2015 Winter Blues Farmers Market

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Lamb is available.
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The civic center was bustling with people happy to see fresh produce and other West Virginia products for sale.
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Greens are produced very well through season extension techniques.
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Farmer Rhonda of Blue Stone Mountain Farm
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Milligan Creek Farm, located in the Greenbrier Valley, had pastured-raised grass fed beef for sale
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That’s a lot of basil!
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Staff from Gritt’s Farm talks with a customer.
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Fall apples are still crisp
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Root vegetables from Spring Valley Farm & Orchard.
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The Spring Valley Farm & Orchard set-up was impressive.
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Kale and carrots
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Tootie Jones of Swift Level Farm talks to customers.
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The Greenbrier Valley Local Foods Initiative
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A new sauerkraut product coming from Pocahontas County.
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Monroe Farm Market talking about root vegetables
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Famous popcorn from Johnny Spangler
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Jeff, of Jeff’s Bread’s, talking to interested customers

On Thursday, February 26th, 2015, producers from all over the state flocked to the Civic Center in Charleston, West Virginia, to sell produce and highlight the incredible potential for season extension in West Virginia. Here are some pictures from the evening.