FRESH:  Strawberries, honey, onions, tulips and pickled peppers at the CAFM

  • Kat Robinson
  • FRESH: Strawberries, honey, onions, tulips and pickled peppers at the CAFM

Indeed. The Argenta Certified Arkansas Farmers Market kicked off with nearly a dozen booths selling onions, potatoes, turnips, herbs to take home and grow, fresh eggs (duck and chicken), cheeses, Bibb lettuce, soap, honey, pickled peppers and oodles and oodles of fresh strawberries. Got to share a pint of fresh picked berries from Pine Bluff that were pesticide free. Juicy.

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The CAFM continues throughout the spring, summer and into fall on Main Street in Argenta in the lot across the street from the Argenta Market. Go.

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