Smiley Market hopes to act as entryway into Durango’s marketplace

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Smiley Market hopes to act as entryway into Durango’s marketplace

New farmers market may expand in the future
The Smiley Market is one of three new farmers markets in Durango. Max Kirks, left, owns High Pine Produce and manages the market. He describes it as an entry point for farmers interested in getting into Durango’s marketplace.
Max Kirks and High Pine Produce bring assorted vegetables to the Smiley Market on Tuesdays. In addition to two produce stands, customers can also currently find eggs, meat and flowers at the market.
Gracie Timmerman owns Nova Fields, which is in its first year. Both Nova Fields and High Pine Produce are participants in the Old Fort Market Incubator Program.

Smiley Market hopes to act as entryway into Durango’s marketplace

The Smiley Market is one of three new farmers markets in Durango. Max Kirks, left, owns High Pine Produce and manages the market. He describes it as an entry point for farmers interested in getting into Durango’s marketplace.
Max Kirks and High Pine Produce bring assorted vegetables to the Smiley Market on Tuesdays. In addition to two produce stands, customers can also currently find eggs, meat and flowers at the market.
Gracie Timmerman owns Nova Fields, which is in its first year. Both Nova Fields and High Pine Produce are participants in the Old Fort Market Incubator Program.
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