The Farmer’s market at Anderson Plaza was an event where students gathered to sup- port small local businesses and get educated on the campus wide push for sustainability.
The Creighton Students Union and the Office of Sustainability formed a committee for the first time this year to bring back an event that much of the student body thought highly of.
“In the fall of 2019, CSU put together a farmer’s market and it was a huge success,” said CSU president Parker Rieffenberger.
“We couldn’t have picked a better day for this, it’s beautiful outside,” Rieffenberger continued. April 23 was a sunny day without a cloud in the sky for most of the afternoon.
Taylor Wiley, a sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences, said, “I came down to get some fresh air and fresh food, and I found both.”
There were six vendors, a mobile boutique and two food trucks at the farmer’s market.
Lauren Beth’s Popcorn offered freshly popped kettle corn. Scott’s Pico sold premium blend salsa.