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Farmer’s market back to Badaro


The Farmer’s market returned to the Badaro neighborhood on Sunday, November 8, and every Sunday thereon from 9:00 am at Saint-Sauveur School Museum Street after it was temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic and dire economic conditions in the country, Al Akhbar reported. The comeback is the result of collaboration between individuals and rural cooperatives. It allows market goers to get organic and chemical-free products, besides traditional mooneh items. Noting as well, that the market is popular for children-targeted workshops and activities aimed at raising awareness awareness among children on diverse environmental issues. This part is organized by the Badaro Urban Farmers association, which is a gathering of individuals concerned with promoting green businesses and community spirit building. For more on the subject, kindly refer to the link below: ( (Al Akhbar, November 7, 2020)

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