GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Their mission is to provide local produce to the community.
This year it's all happening at the Cross Orchards Historic Site located at 30-73 F Road.
Last Wednesday the market started off with just two vendors. Today, six vendors showed up and that number is expected to grow.
"We've done well this morning, our table is pretty bare in spots. We're learning what to bring and what people are wanting." said Betty Dalley, Owner of Raw Local Honey.
"Before summer is over probably by the end of July there will be twice as many out here maybe a few more." said Suzanne Andrew, Owner of Critter Corner.
Vendors who participated came from various different parts of Colorado.
The number of sellers are expected to increase once produce such as apples and peaches are in season.