SOUTH DUNDAS — With summer quickly approaching, the Morrisburg and Iroquois Plazas will be busy with vendors and customers of the Farmers Market. The South Dundas By-Law Enforcement Department is looking for feedback from the public on how to improve the 2018 season.
“We recognize that vendors at the Farmers Market provide a valuable service to the community,” said Don J.W. Lewis, Director of Building, Planning & Enforcement. “We want to take a fresh approach in 2018. We have been proactively working with vendors, and we want hear suggestions from the public on how we can continue to improve the Farmers Market.”
The Morrisburg and Iroquois Farmers Market are open on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Vendors can sell locally grown produce including but not limited to vegetables, fruit, flowers, honey, eggs, and locally made handcrafted products including but not limited to baked goods, crafts, and woodworking items. All products must be produced in small batches in non-commercial operations.
“The 2018 Farmer’s Market has an exciting season ahead, and we know our vendors have a lot of quality products in store for residents and visitors,” added Mr. Lewis.
Residents can submit their comments and suggestions to By-Law Enforcement Officer Justin Elliott at email@example.com by June 29.