Hensley’s Farms

Hensley’s Farm from Winterset is nutrient rich and chemical free. Their vegetables are a feast for your eyes and your taste buds. Family-owned and operated since 2009, Hensley’s Farm gives you all the produce you need, without having to go the store. Take a look at what’s in season from Hensley’s Farm,

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Beaverdale Streetscape Project

The Beaverdale Neighborhood Association joins the market to promote the Streetscape project. A $75.00 donation lets you personalize a brick that becomes part of the new streetscape at Urbandale and Beaver Avenues. This is a great way to participate in the Beaverdale community. You can learn more

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Freedom for Youth Coffee

Freedom for Youth is a nonprofit selling coffee and potted plants at the Beaverdale Farmers Market. Michael (pictured right) roasts direct trade coffee. Including Organic Guatemalan and Sumatra. They sell hot or iced coffee for $1.00 per cup at the market. A fantastic beverage and a great

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Father’s Day Gifts at The Beaverdale Farmers Market

It’s not raining!  So, we give you any another reason to get out and enjoy the weather. Tonight is the second Beaverdale Farmers Market. There is a 30% chance of rain at 4pm, but we have our fingers crossed. Tonight would be the perfect opportunity to bring the

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The Best Is Yet To Come, Fresh Produce!

A May snowfall and a cool June delayed harvest of a great variety of Iowa produce. Vendors hand select fresh produce for opening day: asparagus, spinach, kale and onions, and will have more each week.  Prepared food vendors are using fresh ingredients, such as the Local Yocals’

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Beaverdale Farmers Market, The First Day

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Did you brave the rain yesterday for the start of the 2013 Beaverdale Farmers Market? Vendors and the community enjoyed live music from Rob Lumbard, fresh produce, and prepared food vendors at Boesen’s Field yesterday. If you missed us yesterday, that’s okay. See what you missed and

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