A Farmer’s Market In Rialto?


Yes everyone Rialto has a Farmers Market that opened up July 18th and runs from 10am to 2pm. It was a small but nice beginning to the Farmer’s Market they had some quality vendors and most were right here from Rialto or very close.

Rialto is lucky to be in the place it is because southern California has an awesome opportunity for extended growing seasons. When its hot it pumps up our peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers and almost all fruit. and in the fall and winter we rarely ever see real freezing temperatures and when we do simple vented sheeting domes help hold off the frost.

So it would make sense to buy local fruits and veggies that grow year round. Everytime my wife and I visit a local town we make a strong effort to buy at the local cities Farmer’s Market.

Small Farmer’s are the REAL small business and brings a little bit of balance to the hustle and bustle of a busy american life. Plus fruits and veggies bought at these markets are healthy, tasty and less expensive that big store chains. Plus you get to know a community by the people at the Market that live in the city.

This first Farmer’s Market did just that gave people the ability to connect with local government officials in a relaxed atmosphere and connect with each other. It’s good to meet the People of Adams Acres and hear from them why their fruit is so sweet and juicy.

City Clerk Barbara McGee said that she plans to grow the list of vendors every week and bring in new and innovative tastes for the city of Rialto.

You ask how can I help? You can help in many ways first of all come out. Be there and help create a buzz about the Market. Second spend some money buy some of your households fruits and veggies at the Market, give your family that fresh from the vine taste. Third Tell people you know people who make their own bread, prepared meats, own veggies and in September the plans are to add other types of vendors.

So if you run a local group or charity put up a flyer, post it on your facebook or twitter page, if you live in a HOA or Association post on public boards and above all else give the city feedback so that they can make this Market what the PEOPLE WANT………………………

Print this picture and take it to Adams Farms on Cactus or to their stand at the Farmer’s Market. Let them know Rialto Now sent you!!!!!!!!!!