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Durango Farmers Market kicks off the season
Sophie Montiel, left, talks to Tim Stubbs and Shani Winer, owner of The Pie Maker, a new organic bakery at the Durango Farmers Market.
Jim and Janet Coloff take a look at the gluten-free yellow cake mix for sale at new vendor Kokopelli Baking Co. at the Durango Farmers Market. Owner Amber Davis uses sweet sorghum flour in her mixes.
Nancy Nard of Nancy’s Garden, left, talks with Danna Manganaro and her son, Cooper Manganaro, 5, on the opening day of the Durango Farmers Market. Nard grows vegetables near Cortez and doubled the size of her plantings this year.
A prosciutto and tomato breakfast pizza is served fresh and hot from Fired Up Pizzeria’s wood-fired cart at the Durango Farmers Market on Saturday.
Tad Brown of Fired Up Pizzeria steps in on his day off to stoke the fire at his pizza cart for Durango Farmers Market crowds Saturday morning.
A worker prepares a hot organic bagel sandwich with capers, dill, vine-ripened Colorado tomatoes and wild-caught salmon from The Pie Maker on Saturday at the Durango Farmers Market.

Opening day

Sophie Montiel, left, talks to Tim Stubbs and Shani Winer, owner of The Pie Maker, a new organic bakery at the Durango Farmers Market.
Jim and Janet Coloff take a look at the gluten-free yellow cake mix for sale at new vendor Kokopelli Baking Co. at the Durango Farmers Market. Owner Amber Davis uses sweet sorghum flour in her mixes.
Nancy Nard of Nancy’s Garden, left, talks with Danna Manganaro and her son, Cooper Manganaro, 5, on the opening day of the Durango Farmers Market. Nard grows vegetables near Cortez and doubled the size of her plantings this year.
A prosciutto and tomato breakfast pizza is served fresh and hot from Fired Up Pizzeria’s wood-fired cart at the Durango Farmers Market on Saturday.
Tad Brown of Fired Up Pizzeria steps in on his day off to stoke the fire at his pizza cart for Durango Farmers Market crowds Saturday morning.
A worker prepares a hot organic bagel sandwich with capers, dill, vine-ripened Colorado tomatoes and wild-caught salmon from The Pie Maker on Saturday at the Durango Farmers Market.
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