Cortez Farmers Market returns, with coronavirus restrictions

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Cortez Farmers Market returns, with coronavirus restrictions

Summer event reopens Saturday, with less community gathering
The Cortez Farmers Market kicked off Saturday morning amid high winds.
The Cortez Farmers Market will proceed as expected this season, with some social distancing precautions in place and masks worn by customers and vendors.
Barbara Lynch, who grows produce in McElmo Canyon, has seen an abundant crop of spinach this season. In coming weeks she expects to have lettuce and bok choy to sell too.
Bessie White, who founded the Cortez Farmers Market over 40 years ago, grabs a tent pole amid high winds Saturday.

Cortez Farmers Market returns, with coronavirus restrictions

The Cortez Farmers Market kicked off Saturday morning amid high winds.
The Cortez Farmers Market will proceed as expected this season, with some social distancing precautions in place and masks worn by customers and vendors.
Barbara Lynch, who grows produce in McElmo Canyon, has seen an abundant crop of spinach this season. In coming weeks she expects to have lettuce and bok choy to sell too.
Bessie White, who founded the Cortez Farmers Market over 40 years ago, grabs a tent pole amid high winds Saturday.
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