Vendors from around the region brought goods to Terrace every Saturday for its Farmer’s Market (Natalia Balcerzak/Photo)

VIDEO: Last Farmer’s Market

Terrace waves farewell to its event, until next year

Oct 27. was the last day of year for the Skeena Valley Farmers Market.

Every Saturday, starting in May, the market provided a venue for local farmers, food producers and artisans to showcase and sell their goods to residents in the area.

READ MORE: Skeena Valley Farmers Market hires its first manager

The market has been around since 1982, where it had a half dozen stands, and has now expanded to over 70 vendors.

The next one will be back up running in the first weekend of May 2019.


 


natalia@terracestandard.com

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