Green beans, squash and okra were among the homegrown produce for sale recently at the Garrard County Farmers Market. Fresh fruits and vegetables are hard to come by in Lancaster, which has had no supermarket since the last store closed in 2008.
Green beans, squash and okra were among the homegrown produce for sale recently at the Garrard County Farmers Market. Fresh fruits and vegetables are hard to come by in Lancaster, which has had no supermarket since the last store closed in 2008. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Green beans, squash and okra were among the homegrown produce for sale recently at the Garrard County Farmers Market. Fresh fruits and vegetables are hard to come by in Lancaster, which has had no supermarket since the last store closed in 2008. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

No supermarket in a county that raises beef cattle, corn, produce

August 21, 2016 07:28 PM

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