Farm markets practice patience

The trickle-down effects of a rainy spring are being felt by farm markets in Door and Kewaunee Counties. As orchards and other crop farmers w ere a couple of weeks behind, that wait was passed down to the farm markets selling the products on their shelves. The late harvest of local cherries and fruit from Michigan brought with it many questions for Wood Orchard Market owner Crista Kochanski. She chose to take a positive approach to the issue.

Apple fans will have a similar wait ahead of them according to Kochanski, who says their early producing varieties at Wood Orchard are a couple of weeks behind schedule.

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