The Pocahontas County Farmers Market has three great locations throughout the county. Our Green Bank Market, located in the parking lot of Henry\u2019s Quick Stop, is open from 3 to 6 p.m. every Wednesday. Our Linwood Market, located in the parking lot of the Linwood Library at base of Snowshoe Mountain, is open from 3:30 to 6 p.m. every Friday and our Marlinton Market, located near the First Avenue Mini Park, is open 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. \r\nWe have many hardworking, dedicated members of the Pocahontas County Farmers Market. \r\nThis week Sandy and Fane Irvine will have yellow squash, lettuce, Asian greens, red kale and hopefully beets. All their produce is grown on their local farm. Sandy also has the best sweet breads you\u2019ll find in Pocahontas County.\r\nTolly Peuleche of Hidden River Farm also offers a wide variety of fresh produce. She will have some strawberries, lettuce, onions, eggs and herbs at this week\u2019s market.\r\nApril Moncrief has the coolest, most colorful tie dyes you will ever see, and she plans to have baked goods, eggs, flowers, fruits, herbs, jams, jellies, plants, prepared foods and produce at the market. \r\nRenee Picarsic and Pete Spang have a huge selection of artisan breads, including Honey Oatmeal, Rye, Tomato Basil, Molasses Oatmeal and Honey Whole Wheat. They will have produce this week, as well.\r\nJoe and Sue Laskey offer beautiful hanging baskets, flowers, perennials and plants. They also have some fruits, herbs, jams and jellies. \r\nDoug Bernier has been involved with the Farmers Market since its very beginning. He offers freshly ground flours, molasses, flowers, fruits, plants and produce. \r\nKelly Buzzard offers hand dyed yarn, handknit hats and jewelry. \r\nBruce Carr sets up at the Marlinton Market and offers the fresh coffee everyone needs in the morning. He has prepared foods, produce and handcrafts. You can also find Pat Robert\u2019s fine arts at his stand. \r\nScott and Lindsay Hayes with Maple Mountain Farm are a one stop shop. They have a little bit of everything and are dedicated to being organic. Throughout the season they will have baked goods, eggs, fruits, herbs, amazing wood-fired maple syrup, some meat, plants, prepared foods, produce, hardwood charcoal and soap. \r\nJo Debra Gandee with the Linwood Emporium sets up at the Linwood Market and has various starter plants. Within the next few months she will have cabbage, beans, corn, peppers and lettuce to name a few. \r\nDee Hill offers handmade purses and fresh baked goods. She has some of the best old-time recipes at the market. Some of her breads include; salt rising, dilly bread and pumpkin breads. \r\nRenae Jordan offers a selection of refreshments, flowers, plants, books and crocheted items.\r\nTrevor Jordan sets up at the Marlinton Market offering eggs and granola. He also has some baked goods, fruits, jams, jellies, meat, plants and produce. \r\nRegina Lucas has strawberries, rhubarb, eggs and starter plants from her greenhouse.\r\nMary Mann and Burl Burns with Three Oaks Longhorns have some of the best meat in Pocahontas County. Stop by the Marlinton Market for a variety of amazing meats including NY strip, ribeye, sirloin, roasts, filet mignon and burgers. She also has handcrafted ceramics.\r\nPhyllis McCall offers a wide variety of jams, jellies and jewelry, and plans to have some baked goods, candies, flowers and plants. \r\nMatthew and Stacy McCarty with Big Rock Farms feature pasture raised chickens, frozen to preserve freshness. They also have sausage, ham and lard. \r\nBen and Linda Raugh with Little Levels Greenhouse have everything to suit all your planting needs. They offer a huge variety of plants including 23 varieties of heirloom tomatoes. Ben is the first to bring in the season\u2019s cauliflower and broccoli. \r\nPocahontas County FFA has a wide variety of plants and flowers. All proceeds support the PCHS FFA \r\nStop by any of our three locations and pick up a PCFM cookbook, tote and T-shirt! All proceeds support the Farmer\u2019s Market. \r\nWe will continue to accept SNAP, senior vouchers and WIC. SNAP can also be used to purchase vegetable plants and herbs. Senior vouchers\/WIC will become available after July 1.