The Fayetteville Farmers Market starting something new this year.
Organizers are hosting a winter market every Saturday through March at the Botanical Gardens.
The new event started on December 15th and now 4 weeks later.
About 20 vendors are set up ready to sell their homemade products.
"Arkansas is amazingly diverse and has a long season for produce growing so this allows those vendors to have the chance to make it in the winter and gives our meat and egg vendors a chance to market to consumers that miss them when they're not open," says Teresa Maurer, a manager at the Farmers Market.
The Winter market run now through March 31st every Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
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