The Food Trust’s Palmer Park Farmers’ Market Moves Into NKCDC Garden Center
By Philadelphia Generocity
This week, the New Kensington Community Development Corporation announced that they’ll be making room in their Garden Center for The Food Trust’s Palmer Park Farmers’ Market.
Starting June 7th, Farm to Families and The Food Trust’s market will be at one convenient location — on the corner of Frankford and Berks.
Learn more: http://www.generocity.org
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