9 Photos of L.A. Farmers' Markets Over the Years | KCET
9 Photos of L.A. Farmers' Markets Over the Years
California's enviable climate means year-round access to fresh produce, and today's Angelenos have their pick of farmers' markets to patronize on any given day, as well as longtime mainstays like the Farmers' Market at 3rd and Fairfax and the Grand Central Market downtown. In these photos, the city's farmers' markets can be seen evolving over the past century, with many growing from small clusters of trucks or buildings into the grand enterprises they are today.
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