In this series, we visit businesses, hot spots, and fun places around the community, telling the story with photographs.

For the latest Kosciusko Photo Tour, Kosciusko Attala Partnership CEO Kel McDowell visited the Farmers Market. At its new location at the intersection of highways 35 & 12, adjacent to the Attala County Coliseum, the Farmers Market is open Wednesdays (8am-12pm) and Saturdays (7:30am-12pm) during the season.

Among other amazing products from local farmers, you can find: tomatoes, English cucumbers, yellow squash, zucchini, collards, mustards, turnip greens, green onions, radish, broccoli, strawberries, basil, dill, thyme, sage, plants, flowers, and even baked goods!

Have a suggestion for a Kosciusko Photo Tour stop? Email Explorer@kapartnership.org and let us know!

All commentary from Kel:

There was an excellent crowd at the Farmers Market this Saturday.

I’m the guy in the blue tshirt. On the other side of the sign is Breck Riley,
host of Breezy101‘s “Good Morning Kosciusko,” who broadcasted live from that day’s market.

Alright, get ready, because a whole lot of delicious is about to come at you:

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Tyderrius Davis, a student and member of
Future Farmers of America (FFA), conducted a survey that morning.

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Farmers Market Director Kenneth Georgia (left) is also an instructor of agriculture at the Career Tech Center, FFA sponsor, and owner/operator of Land Crafters Landscaping. Kenneth is joined here with Alderman Henry Daniel, City of Kosciusko.


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There’s also a whole lot of pretty at the Farmers Market.

The team representing Together on Diabetes, a truly great public health initiative.

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Sallis Honey!

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Ok, some picturesque tomatoes:



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This Kosciusko Photo Tour has been peppered with deliciousness. Until next time…