Farmers markets : breathing new life into old institutions
Note:In Public Management -- Vol. 76 - no. 1 (January 1994).
Summary:Good food markets--those selling primarily food, with some food-related merchandise--still have special place in the life of a community. Although no longer all (or even most) of their vendors are farmers selling home grown products, such markets can bring vitality and a sense of the nation's farming heritage that often is lost to busy urban centers.