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Tesoro Viejo kicks off 2021 certified Farmer’s Markets Feb. 28

MADERA – Tesoro Viejo – Madera County’s newest, award-winning master-planned community – announces the second season of its certified Farmer’s Market which begins on Sunday, February 28 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The Farmer’s Markets will be held in Tesoro Viejo’s Town Center, located at 4150 Town Center Boulevard in Madera, east of Highway 41 just minutes north of Fresno.

The Sunday certified farmer’s market is twice a month and runs from February 28 through December 5. It features local farmers, ranchers, artisan food producers and handmade crafts with local fresh produce and unique, one-of-a-kind gifts.

“We are pleased to provide our community and surrounding area access to healthy, local food and also support local artisans,” said Robert McCaffrey, CEO of Tesoro Viejo Development.

“Visitors will find an assortment of seasonal local grown fruits and vegetables, honey, jams, fresh cut flowers, delicious pastries and breads, and one-of-a-kind gifts and jewelry – it’s a wonderful way to spend a family day.”

The line-up of farmers and vendors for the 2021 certified Farmer’s Markets include:

Farmers:  Bee Happy Farms, Beef Boutique, Mao Farms, Country Nerd Farm, Olds Family Farms, Top of the Hill Jams, Brio Boon Urban Farms

Vendors:  Yellow Brick Bakery, Tasty Morsels, Luvme Sparkle, Sierra Nevada Salves, She Wolf Customs, Lunar Mermaid, Tattered Farms, Top Drawer, Crocker’s Creations, Wreaths by Julia.

The public is welcome and asked to practice social distancing and wear a mask.  For a full list of dates visit the Tesoro Viejo website at https://tesoroviejo.com/events/

The community of Tesoro Viejo is a partnership between The McCaffrey Group and Lyles Diversified, two trusted local family companies with deep roots in California’s Central Valley. Together, they are crafting a 21st century community that is grounded in local heritage and tradition, energized by modern neighborhood design principles, and poised to grow and evolve gradually over time.

For more information, visit www.tesoroviejo.com

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