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Local dad and daughter retell their memories of their Moscow Farmers Market, Tyler works for the City of Moscow and provides a unique perspective on the impact of the Moscow Farmers Market on Moscow and the Palouse region.
Interview with Harry Lockwood about how the business has changed over the years, and how he managed the transitions with his father’s passing and son Steve’s joing the business.
Walking and Community at the Fon Du Lac Farmers Market in Milwaukee, WI
One Small Step conversation partners Lynne Bird (70) and Peter Mader (69) discuss their earliest memories of social issues, race in the United States, rural life, reproductive rights, and issues important to them in their Wichita, Kansas community.
Glass artists, Mary and Jack, talk about how the Moscow Farmers Market helped them incubate their business and the ripple effects that had, including the revitalization of Palouse, Washington, a neighboring small town; the restoration of stained glass in some...
University of Idaho students, Zach and Lennon, talk about their experiences and impressions at the Moscow Farmers Market.
Livi talks about accessibility of local foods, farmers markets, and moving to a new city one day.
The TAMAYO's lovingly restored this building. "As the restaurant grew we kept renovating, but the beautiful bar and bowling alley are intact." Combine the love of renovation, cooking, and community and you have the making of a town gem. Careful...
A Marketside Chat with Moscow, Idaho chef and restaurant owner, George Skandalos. As a chef shopping at the Moscow Farmers Market, George talks about the vibrancy of the market and its contribution to the community. George also tells the story...
Myran, forager and vendor, talks about the spirit of the Moscow Farmers Market.
Spouses Jenn Collins (48) and Brad Barnes (51) sit down for a conversation about their lifestyle as small scale farmers. They discuss their simple living ethos and their favorite parts of farming, as well as the importance of community gardens...
Former Moscow Farmers Market manager, Kathleen Burns, joins us for a Marketside Chat about tradition, change and the future of the Moscow Farmers Market.
Jenny Ford, director of the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Visitor's Center, talks about how the Moscow Farmers Market contributes to Moscow, Idaho's vibrant downtown corridor.
Friends and colleagues John Hutchinson (58) and Kate Wofford (45) share a conversation on their careers as conservationists, the milestones they've achieved, and the work that's up ahead.
Semolina talks about her family's introduction to the Moscow Farmers Market, memories of coming to the market as a young girl, voting on the design of the playground in Friendship Square and what she loves about visiting the market when...
Mackenzie has been coming to the Moscow Farmers Market for a couple of years. Mackenzie talks about the market's vibrancy, inclusiveness and how she believes it will continue to grow.
Jamie Hill, operations manager at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center, talks about her role as a Moscow Farmers Market Commission member, market relations with downtown businesses and what makes the market always interesting.
Friends Brenda Teals (82) and Patty Jo Austin (80) share and recall memories of their lives and time in Moses Lake, Washington. They also talk about their experiences as educators and their involvement in the Columbia Basin Allied Arts and...
Lonna Nachtigal interviews Liz Dwyer about her calling to farm and overcoming challenges, both personal and environmental.
Spring Marketside Chat with Denise and Linda about their Moscow Farmers Market experiences and memories.
A conversation with local residents, Colette DePhelps and her daughter, Raven DePhelps, about their Moscow Farmers Market traditions.
Bobbi and Sandra talk about why they come to the Moscow Farmers Market and how the market is part of local culture and local history.
Isaac and I talk about his relationship to local food as an Ann Arbor native.