Emmett and Lini believe in creating products from scratch using organic fruits, vegetables and organic and culinary herbs. They host overnight visitors for farmstays and hold special events at Anjali Farm that highlight the importance of agriculture and eating local foods.
The Dunbars plan to be at the Ludlow Farmers Market every Friday through Columbus Day weekend.
"For a market in its second season, it's got more high quality vendors and variety than many other new markets," according to Emmett. "It draws locals and tourists, has plenty of shade and lots of parking. And where else could you find fruits, vegetables, local meats, knitted Frisbees, frozen pizza, vegetable sushi, stuffed quail, fishing lures made of spoons and the best croissants you've ever tasted in Vermont?"
Check It Out: Ludlow Farmers Market is located on Route 103 south of Ludlow on the lawn of Okemo Mountain School. It is open every Friday, 4-7 p.m. through summer and early fall. Anyone interested in signing up to be a vendor, do a demonstration, or play music at the market, should contact Jerry Milligan at 802-734-3829 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.