[VIDEO] Take A Look Around The State College Farmers Market
Every summer and fall, a farmers market takes over Locust Lane twice a week. The market welcomes farmers from around the area, and they bring a variety of seasonal produce and other goods like flowers, jams, and bread.
It’s a great way to take a break from the bland dining hall fare and instead #EatLocal. It’s an even better way to get to know the area surrounding campus. I know it’s hard to believe, but there’s actually more to Central Pennsylvania than just Penn State. You can see for yourself by talking to one of the farmers who come to do business like Barry Moser of Moser’s Garden Produce. More often than not, they make for some pretty interesting conversation.
Take a look (Video by Noah Rogers):
The State College Farmers Market is held every Tuesday and Friday from May until November on the 100-block of Locust Lane.
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