I fail to see how any of these relates to our children's more healthy lifestyle, (or) are local or educational for our kids in our rural community.
Except for a couple of local growers like the Webb and Jelich ranches, all I can ascertain is that most of the merchandise offered is there for personal financial gain, encroaching upon, rather than enriching the quality of life in our town.
I really wish someone would define "local produce," which was repeated multiple times at the Portola Valley meeting as the purpose of this Farmers' Market.
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