Summer People’s Market week six showcases natural beauty

The 2019 People’s Market brought to you by Wind River Capital Management

The summer People’s Market is in full swing. Join community members, vendors, and entertainment from 4-7 p.m. Stock up on all things local: groceries, art, beverages, snacks, and even a bike light. That’s right, the first 50 people to come to the Slow Food table will receive a FREE Buckrail bike light. Here’s your guide for this week’s market:

Remember that the People’s Market is a zero waste event. Don’t forget to bring your own cup! (16 oz or smaller)

Featured Vendor of the Week: 

Photo: Shannon Corsi

“I Love Natural” hand-crafts natural body & home care items for the whole family without any chemicals, preservatives, or additives including soaps, bug spray, lip balms, hand salves, and body scrubs! Their soap is made with locally harvested Elk & Deer Tallow, local beer and dried herbs and botanicals grown in their own garden. In addition to all of your body care needs, be sure to grab a jar of their delicious Pickled Asparagus and Elk Tallow from their People’s Market booth!

Featured Nonprofits of the Week:

Stop by our nonprofit booths this week to find out about: Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling who works to reduce Jackson Hole’s consumption of resources and landfill-bound waste through creative educational and awareness-raising activities ~ and ~ Leave No Trace who focuses on educating people—instead of costly restoration programs or access restrictions—as the most effective and least resource-intensive solution to land protection.
Musician(s) of the Week:

Photo c/o Brian Ernst

Brian Ernst Music is a live looping multi-instrumentalist. He uses open tuned and lap guitars with didgeridoos, beat-boxing and many other small percussion instruments to create upbeat acoustic, soul roots music  —  with passion and purpose.

Featured Sponsor of the Week:

Terra Firma Organics saves thousands of tons of organic waste from the Jackson Hole landfill every year and turns that waste into innovative products that help improve the environment. They continue to bring the latest technology, research, and recycling practices to continue making Teton County the leading recycler in the state.

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