We're big fans of the farmer's market in our city. We're there nearly every weekend of the summer when you can find local produce, eggs, meat, and flowers. During the fall and spring they bring in some stuff from areas that are more temperate weather-wise and we still like to go, it's just different knowing that you're not getting local. And we ask questions to know more about where our food is coming from. If it doesn't say local or homegrown, we ask where it came from. Blueberries from Michigan? Sure. Corn from Indiana? Only if we can't find someone that picked it down the street. We're willing to spend $3 a dozen for eggs from local farms that allow their chickens to roam. At our market you can stop and get a locally roasted cup of coffee from Flying Rhino or a cup of incredible (locally grown) raspberry lemonade from Ackerman Berry Farm. There are also handmade soaps, local honey, baked goods, and candles. We like knowing that we're supporting our local economy wherever possible.