A little bit of garden lore … | Did You Know…

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By Himanee Gupta-Carlson A little bit of garden lore … Friends of the Market volunteer Mary Peryea, whose story about creating a pollinator friendly garden is featured in this coming Friday’s Saratoga Today, also shares this story about her efforts to try growing zucchini, in a moderate way: “I must admit that I purchased a […]

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Building a Bee Garden through Trial and Error

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By Mary Peryea Last fall I moved from an apartment in Tupper Lake, surrounded by flower beds that I had planted over several years, to a home in Saratoga Springs that was devoid of a garden. I was determined to remedy that situation, so I transplanted some of my perennials to my new home. I […]

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Wed, Sept 14: Market Activities

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Music: Pam & Dave Tisch

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Sat, Sept 10: Market Activities

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Music: Er Go Blue (SaratogaSounds); Guest Table: Food Pantries for the Capital District

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Wed, Sept 7: Market Activities

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Music: Bluegrass Jam Hosted by Alan Epstein; Guest Table: Saratoga County Children’s Service

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Sat, Sept 3: Market Activities

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Music: Running the River

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Wed, Aug 31: Market Activities

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POP Club: Serendipity Arts; Music: T&T; Guest Table: CCE – Master Gardener

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Sat, Aug 27: Market Activities

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Music: LifeLine; Kid’s Activity: 123 Go Kids!

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Wed, Aug 24: Market Activities

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Musician: RiverJack Z; Guest Tables: Saratoga County Children’s Service, CCE – Master Gardener, Saratoga PLAN; Market Event: SEED EVENT with Nancy Castaldo

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Bitter Chard | Did you Know…

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By Himanee Gupta-Carlson Do you know …   What the term “bolting” means? Many customers asked our Friends of the Market volunteers at the Saratoga Farmers’ Market what the term meant after spotting our food fact on bolting Swiss chard. I like to think of bolting as running amok. In gardening terms, bolting is sort of […]

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