WASILLAm— Crops are coming into harvest and locals are lining up each week to purchase locally grown produce at the Wasilla’s Farmer’s Market.
“You get to meet the community… Especially when the vegetables come out. People wait for that produce,” The Lead Dog owner Jana Griffin said. “You get a little excited when you get to see the carrots again.”
Griffin was one of the Farmer’s Market food vendors serving out of the parking lot off West Nelson and North Weber Drive, Wednesday, July 21. She said that she has fun being her own boss, getting to work with her son Glacier Morrow, and mingling with the customers and the
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