For a healthy body and soul, South Florida features plenty of Farmers Markets providing people with delicious and fresh fruits, vegetables and more.
Miami residents will soon see a myriad of white tents take over the streets of Downtown. No, it’s not another Occupy movement; it’s the Downtown Farmers’ Market.
Residents who live near Miami neighborhood of Little Haiti will now be able to get fresh fruits and vegetables grown on local farms.
Almost 65 percent of adults in Miami-Dade County are obese or overweight. Make Healthy Happen Miami is working to educate neighbors by providing fresh food and healthcare in neighborhoods that desperately need it.
Timothy Drayton may be the proudest renter in Homestead. Considering not so long ago he was laid off, evicted, and forced to sleep with his family in his car he certainly has some a long way.
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A former landmark in Davie, Batten’s Farm, has been revitalized and will re-open for business on Friday under the name Batten’s Farmers Market and Davie Agri-Tourism Center.
A former landmark in Davie, Batten’s Farm, is about to be revitalized. Batten’s farm, which shut down in 2008, was known for its fresh strawberry fields, milkshakes and U-Pick tomatoes, but a new farmers market will soon open on the old 10-acre site.
A peaceful demonstration was held this afternoon at the site of the former Roots in the City Farmers Market in Overtown after the market was shut down last week by Miami’s code enforcement office.
Students at Palmetto Elementary want to help you get your green on by providing healthy vegetables, fruits and other garden goodies for sale in their new Farmers Market.