2018-10-12 / Front Page

Market science



Liz Doyle, above, apprentice at Frith Farm in Scarborough, rearranges the farm’s wares on a drizzly morning Sunday, Oct. 9, where she and owner Daniel Mays sold their crop of fruits and vegetables during the Scarborough Farmers Market in the town hall parking lot. The market features a collection of homemade goods and foods from local farms and vendors, such as the collection of breads and English muffins from Sweet and Savory Bakehouse in Standish. The market began in June and will continue every Sunday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. until the end of October. (Abigail Worthing photos) Liz Doyle, above, apprentice at Frith Farm in Scarborough, rearranges the farm’s wares on a drizzly morning Sunday, Oct. 9, where she and owner Daniel Mays sold their crop of fruits and vegetables during the Scarborough Farmers Market in the town hall parking lot. The market features a collection of homemade goods and foods from local farms and vendors, such as the collection of breads and English muffins from Sweet and Savory Bakehouse in Standish. The market began in June and will continue every Sunday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. until the end of October. (Abigail Worthing photos)

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