Peaches, sweet corn, golden apples and pears at Glenwood Farmers Market |

Peaches, sweet corn, golden apples and pears at Glenwood Farmers Market

Sam Silvius
Glenwood Springs Farmers Market
Post Independent
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Contributed photoKaleb Walker shows off his king salmon catch in the waters off the coast of Alaska. These beauties are now offered in portion-sized packages at the Kaleb's Katch booth at the Glenwood Springs Farmers Market, open 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado – As August sweats its way into September, the Alberta peaches and Bartlett pears are brimming under the Forte Farms canopy along with the sounds coming from Banjo Joe at the Glenwood Springs Farmer’s Market.

After a summer run in Alaska, Kaleb Walker of Kaleb’s Katch is selling halibut and king salmon in portion-sized packages at his booth. Enjoy the fantastic taste of sustainably caught wild salmon and hear Walker’s wonderful stories without leaving the county.

Pappardelle’s Pasta brings us frozen ravioli, sauces and pesto to help us navigate our way into the school year.

DeVries brings us the sought-after Olathe sweet corn, Ginger Gold apples as well as fresh-frozen pie cherries.

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Palisade apples are featured in the delicious apple fritters offered by Savory Hearth Bakery, alongside the delightful carrot cake.

Kuhn’s Peach Valley CSA brings its harvest of organic peaches, cucumbers and green beans for all.

As always, the barbecue brisket and pork sandwiches offer a satisfying ready-to-eat or take-home meal.

New at Mesa Forge and Farm are shelled pecans. These, along with the Bright Lights Swiss chard and Green River melons, are this week’s top picks.

Please feel free to stop by and locate the additional locally produced offerings that are to be found at the Glenwood Springs Farmers Market.

The market is open 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at the Rite-Aid parking lot in the 1500 block of Grand Avenue.

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