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Clover Valley Farm Trail Launches Season Two

Duluth Township, Minn. –– A group of 10 locally-owned, small farms located between Duluth and Two Harbors will launch season two of the “Clover Valley Farm Trail” on May 26. The trail, modeled after Bayfield, Wisconsin’s, “Fruit Loop”, provides farmers with the opportunity to sell items commonly found at farmers markets directly from their farms.

Fresh produce, plant seedlings, baked goods, crafts, and other items will be sold from self-serve farm stands.

Justin Osadjan, the event co-founder and participant, expressed excitement about sea­son two of the farm trail, “The overwhelming response to the farm trail in year one proved that this concept can be a hit in this area. Dozens of local residents and tourists were able to enjoy the foods and goods grown and created by our small farmers. We anticipate season two being even busier. This has been very rewarding for consumers and farmers alike.”

Event organizers have described the trail as a place, “where a farmers market meets a Sunday drive.” Participating farms are lo­cated in or near a historic farm community named Clover Valley. The area is known for its fertile soil and a gently rolling landscape with Lake Superior as a backdrop.

The Clover Valley Farm Trail is open Sundays from noon to 5 p.m., May 26 through early October. Some farms have additional hours and activities, which can be found on their farm websites. More information about the trail and a map can be found at clovervalleyfarmtrail.com. Printed information can be found at local tourist information hubs.

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