Fresh, healthy and locally grown food is in abundance at the farmers’ markets.
This time of year brings a diversity of vine-ripe produce, including tomatoes, corn, melons, green beans, sweet and hot peppers, eggplant, potatoes, cucumbers, squash, berries, peaches, apricots, and so much more. Come see us every week through Oct. 13 – Tuesdays in Ketchum and Thursdays in Hailey, both from 2-6 p.m.
M & M Heath Organics, owned and operated by Mike and Mary Heath, is located in Buhl and was one of the first farms to be certified organic in Idaho.
The Heaths grow 16 varieties of potatoes, 10 varieties of winter squash, 14 kinds of tomatoes (including seven heirloom varieties) and several types of summer squash, cucumbers, peppers, lettuce, beets, Swiss chard, kale, herbs, onions, fresh beans, dry beans, sunflowers, organic beef, pork and chicken, and eggs. M & M Heath is also producing their own organic seeds and look forward to providing a local source to other growers.
Paul Holle and Kevin Jones are the masterminds and brewers behind Sawtooth Brewery, Ketchum’s only local brewery. This is their third season at the market and they usually have three beers to choose from. With Dave Custer pouring, swing on by his stand and try one to quench your thirst.
The Sawtooth Brewery has a place on Main Street and 8th in Ketchum where there are usually at least eight of their awesome varieties on tap, plus a guest tap to choose from, along with great pub food. They offer a super-friendly environment, rotate their tap seasonally, and have now opened a tap room on River Street in Hailey where they brew their beer.