Santa Cruz River Farmers’ Market Hosts “Earth Day Sonoran Supermarket”

Where: NE corner of Speedway and Riverview, west of I-10 between Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind and El Rio Neighborhood Center

Admission: Free and open to the public

The Santa Cruz River Farmers’ Market “Earth Day Sonoran Supermarket” is designed to educate community members about healthy foods that grow in the Sonora Desert.  The “Earth Day Sonoran Supermarket” will feature a kid-friendly presentation of foods native to the desert, offered by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.

Local produce selections at the Farmers’ Market include salad and cooking greens, turnips, beets, leeks, fennel, potatoes, onions, citrus and much more.  Shoppers can also find Sonoran honey, dried beans and grains, free-range beef, fresh eggs, herbal remedies, locally roasted coffee, garden plants and cacti.

The Farmers’ Market accepts credit and debit cards, food stamps, cash, and Women, Infant and Children (WIC) Cash Value Vouchers for fruits and vegetables.

For more information, contact Sara Rickard at (520) 622-0525 x 242.