LA CROSSE, WI - Local food vendors aren't letting the cooler weather stop them from doing business.
The Cameron Park Farmer's Market moved it's tables indoors on Saturday to the Myrick Park Eco Center in La Crosse.
The winter market has fewer vendors but similar products.
More than 20 vendors are selling a variety of produce, meat, crafts and baked goods, all made within 100 miles of La Crosse.
In their fifth year of holding the market indoors, organizers say it's a great way for people to support the local economy year round.22779546
"This is a wonderful way for vendors and our community to kind of connect. Our vendors have a product that is really high quality, and it's local and when people come down to the market they support the local economy," said Farmer's Market Manager Nell Saunders-Scott.
The next farmers market will be held next weekend at the Eco Park.
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