Pulaski County Farmers' Market

Photo by Paul Hettinger
Now is a great time to visit the Pulaski County Farmers’ Market in Francesville and Winamac as fresh produce is being sold. Not only do the vendors offer produce but also barbecue sauce, headbands, coffee, honey and cookies. 
Pulaski County Community Development Commission Project Coordinator Krysten L. Hinkle introduced West Central fourth-grade students to the idea of a farmers’ market on May 17. Hinkle was joined by organic farmer Michelle Martin, Pulaski Memorial Hospital CEO Tom Barry Jr. and communications director Brian Ledley.
Fourth-grade Pulaski County students recently learned how a farmers’ market not only offers organic goods but also helps the local economy.  Students recently learned how a farmers’ market works and that Pulaski County offers a market in both Winamac and Francesville during the growing season. ...
The Pulaski County Farmer’s Market started off small and grew during the first season.
Positive things are happening in Francesville and this summer could be a time for several events.  Along with the UpTown Project hosting monthly events, the town will be the site of the Pulaski County Farmers’ Market twice a month.   The idea of a farmers’ market began more than two years ago and...
The Pulaski County Farmers’ Market kicked off the first official market on Saturday. The market is held in the Winamac municipal parking lot at the corner of Logan and Main streets. Although there were only a few vendors during the first event of the season, organizer Krysten Hinkle said there was a nice crowd of people who visited.
See more photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.

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