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Video by Spencer Lee
The Santa Monica Farmer's Market will celebrate 30 years with a food festival in September.

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Santa Monica Farmer's Market to Celebrate 30 Years

Third generation farmer Irene Irebe.
Photo by Saba Hamedy
Third generation farmer Irene Irebe.

Posted Aug. 12, 2011, 6:14 am

Spencer Lee / Videographer

Since 1981, farmers have gathered in Santa Monica to give people the freshest food available. Today, the city's farmer's markets take place about four times a week at four different locations.

From September 14-18, the Santa Monica Farmer's Market will host the Good Food Festival and Conference, a chance for farmers to learn about the future of the market and how they can keep up the tradition.

For more information on the event, go to

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Aug. 12, 2011, 6:57:30 pm

eddie said...

first of all i want to say your vegtables are to high for the poor people i live close to virgina park in santa moncia and i never get a chance to buy from farmers market, also your fruit is to high seems to me you catering to only the middle class in this commuity PLEASE THINK ALSO OF THE POOR PEOPLE WE NEED AND WANT TO EAT GOOD FOOD TOO

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