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March 17, 2009

Extension helps Raleigh land a new farmer's market


People in North Raleigh will soon have a new place to go for fresh produce and local goods.

The North Carolina Cooperative Extension and an advisory board of local residents have decided to develop a community farmer's market at Falls River Town Center off of Durant Road.

The extension surveyed about 4,000 neighbors about the idea, and discovered overwhelming support for a market.

Read more from NBC 17.

Posted by Suzanne at March 17, 2009 09:50 AM