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Updated: Jun 27, 2019

Pam Benike describes how diversification and best practices have led to success on her five (going on six!) generation family farm. View the feature here:

Prairie Hollow is a long-time vendor with our market, and Pam was the Market Manager in the late 1990s! The family is known at the market for their diverse CSA share offerings, fresh produce throughout the winter, and farmstead cheese.

Pam is also a mentor to new farmers and market vendors. She offers coaching to new vendors each season and is the author of Behind the Table: A Guide for Farmers Market Vendors, available on Amazon.

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