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FARM FRESH: Wesleyan's Long Lane Farm Club hosted the Wesleyan Farmers Market April 4 inside Beckham Hall. More than 15 local vendors attended, selling cheese, fresh herbs, flowers, bakery items, eggs, honey, wheat grass, granola, juice, yogurt and more.

Pauline Lord, owner of White Gate Farm in East Lyme, Conn., sold fresh organic produce at the farmers' market.
Maple Lane Farms from Preston, Conn. provided samples of black currant juice to market attendees and sold half-gallon jugs on site.
At left, Glenn PenkoffLedbeck, co-owner of Three Sisters Farms in Essex, Conn. sold organic honey, beeswax candles, hand-crafted soaps and skin products at the market.
Tressa Eaton, left and Ellie Wiener co-coordinated the event. The students say the purpose of the Wesleyan Farmers' Market is to introduce Wesleyan students, faculty, staff and the Middletown community to locally-grown food and artisan products. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)