A Colorado businessman is on a mission to start selling marijuana right next to potatoes, tomatoes and bread at farmers markets and his inspiration comes from Seattle’s own NW Cannabis Farmers Market.
Washington state lawmakers passed more than 330 bills. Many of those laws take effect at the end of July. So as you get ready for Fourth of July cookouts and family gatherings, consider this roundup of pending Washington legislation.
Some local area farmer’s markets are getting ready to close for the season. If you’re wanting local produce or arts and crafts, best get out and shop soon!
Ready for fresh fruits and vegetables? Artisan breads, honey, homemade arts and crafts? Area Farmer’s Markets are getting ready to open next week with a bounty of good things to eat and bring home.
Spring in the air, days are getting longer, and it’s time for Seattle area farmer’s markets to begin again!