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Farmers market back to Badaro as of December 9


The Farmer’s market will return to the Badaro neighborhood of Beirut on December 9, following a 2-week closure due to the coronavirus pandemic and will be open to market goers every Sunday thereon at 9 am at Saint-Sauveur School, Museum Street. The market showcases goods by local producers, individuals and rural cooperatives, basically organic and chemical-free products, in addition to the traditional mooneh items. Besides, the weekly event includes children-targeted workshops and activities aimed at raising awareness among kids on environmental issues, like for example teaching them how to recycle or up-cycle trash and junk. This market, to remind, is organized by the Badaro Urban Farmers association, which is a gathering of enthusiastic individual concerned with promoting green businesses. (For more details on the event, kindly refer to the link below: (Al Akhbar, December 3, 2020)

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