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ST. Andrews market opens this Saturday, May 2

Please join us at St. Andrews Episcopal Church at 910 Columbia Ave. in Glasgow this Saturday, May 2 from 8am-12pm for the opening of the farmers’ market season. St. Andrews will host a farmers’ market on the church grounds each Saturday in May until the opening of the Bounty of the Barrens Farmers’ Market on Saturday, May 30 when the market will move to the BB&T parking lot on W. Main St in downtown Glasgow. St. Andrews will also be hosting a yard sale on May 2. Be sure to stop by and get your first local products of the 2009 season this Saturday!

Additionally, for those interested in canning and freezing products for sale at the market, there will be a certification class at the Agriculture Extension office (1463 W. Main St. in Glasgow) on Tuesday, May 5 from 6-8pm.

We would also like to thank David Downing and his company, Yellow Berri, for the fantastic new Sustainable Glasgow logo you see at the top of the blog page and the equally fantastic Bounty of the Barrens Market logo on the left side of the page. David has done an incredible job creating local graphics for us. If you would like some local graphics too, you can contact him at

See you all on Saturday!



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