Sunday markets offer plenty to Whidbey Island residents

The Sunday Farmers Markets at the Greenbank Farm have started and this year there are some new and exciting things happening.

The Sunday Farmers Markets at the Greenbank Farm have started and this year there are some new and exciting things happening.

The local farmers, artists, crafts people, gardeners and nurseries, photographers, potters, bakers and florists, food vendors, glassworkers and woodworkers who share their wares will be back, along with the CSA (Consumer Supported Agriculture) “farmers-in-training” that have been growing organic produce in the fields at the farm. In addition, there will be a series of demonstration classes featuring local chefs preparing dishes using organic produce, talks on health benefits of eating organic local produce, sustainable agriculture and energy use and other related subjects. The next market is Mother’s Day, May 10. For more information visit To inquire about being a vendor, contact Colleen Hammer at 360-678-7710, or

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