Fresh Foods, Natural Products at Bi-Weekly Farmers Market

The Killam and Bassette Farmstead of South Glastonbury, Conn. sells fresh fruit and homemade fleece scarves and hats at the third annual Wesleyan Farmers Market held Sept. 10 at the Usdan University Center courtyard.

The Killam and Bassette Farmstead of South Glastonbury, Conn. sells fresh fruit and homemade fleece scarves and hats at the third annual Wesleyan Farmers Market held Sept. 10 at the Usdan University Center courtyard. The market will be on campus every other Wednesday throughout the fall semester.

Adrian Rothschild ’12 taste-tests a few breads at the Wave Hill Breads of Wilton, Conn. tent.

Adrian Rothschild ’12 taste-tests a few breads at the Wave Hill Breads of Wilton, Conn. tent.

Yulhee Cho ’11 and William Schragis ’12 sample various goat milk cheeses sold by Beltane Farm in Lebanon, Conn.

Yulhee Cho ’11 and William Schragis ’12 sample various goat milk cheeses sold by Beltane Farm in Lebanon, Conn.

Lilah Sloane ’11 offers a “free hug” to Bill Kaplan ’09 during the market. Sloane plans to offer free hugs at every farmers market. The Wesleyan Farmers Market will continue throughout the fall from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Usdan University Center courtyard on Sept. 24; Oct. 8 and 22; and Nov. 5 and 19. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)

Lilah Sloane ’11 offers a “free hug” to Bill Kaplan ’09 during the market. Sloane plans to offer free hugs at every farmers market. The Wesleyan Farmers Market will continue throughout the fall from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Usdan University Center courtyard on Sept. 24; Oct. 8 and 22; and Nov. 5 and 19. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)