Boulder County Farmers’ Markets go fallow until spring.
Each year’s early-season downtown Boulder farmers’ market brims with enthusiasm for the coming growing season both for home-grown veggies and for those that vendors will be bringing in until well into fall. And that’s where we are now — well into fall and winding down our expectations of fresh local products every week.
Still, fall markets are simply gorgeous with an abundance of late-season produce, notably squashes of so many shapes and shades. Boulder’s last market of 2017 was today — an opportunity also to stock up on locally produced pantry products. There will be one more market this year at the Boulder County Fairgrounds on Saturday, November 17. Then, it’s adios until April.