Overwhelming Rainfall Totals Won’t Affect Kickoff Of The Superior Downtown Farmer’s Market
Six days of rain resulted in 5+ inches of rain in the Northland, but that won't affect the much anticipated Superior Downtown Farmer's Market.
Of course, some farmers will see a change in their crops and they are still battling frost warnings in the evenings, but you'll still see the fruits of their efforts all summer long in the North parking lot of the Superior Public Library at the corner of Belknap and Ogden. Here's a little of what you can expect.
You'll be able to get your fresh flowers, vegetables, home-baked goods and more, every Wednesday from 11a-2p throughout the summer at the Superior Downtown Farmer's Market. It's always a good feeling when you can give your family fresh, locally grown veggies!
The kick off should have lettuce, kale, Chinese cabbage, scallions, baked goods, condiments, and plants (both vegetable and flowering). Every Wednesday, you'll see the supply, variety and choices grow.