It’s that time of year. Yes, the farmer’s markets are open for business. You’ll find everything from tomatoes and green beans to fresh bread and homemade jelly — even works of art! Some of the early produce is from out of state, to be sure, but as the season progresses, you can get Olathe sweet corn, Palisade peaches and. eventually ,roasted green chiles. It’s a bounty of flavor and although the prices aren’t always the best, they sometimes do beat supermarket ones. The main thing is, it’s so fresh and local. For a full schedule of Colorado farm markets, visit https://socolo.org/the-2021-guide-to-colorado-farmers-markets/ and scroll down to El Paso county.