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Photo gallery of September's farmer's market on Prince Lawn



Local farmers display their fresh fall produce including apples, zucchini, tomatoes and onions. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

The University Advising office took it upon themselves to promote the Academic Majors Fair that took place Sept. 30, on Prince Lawn from noon until 3 p.m. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

Lucid Coast Candle Company emphasizes its use of 100% vegan soy wax for their handmade candles. Their candles are also smoke-free and eco-packaged to reduce waste. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

Both students and faculty were encouraged to visit the farmer’s market to promote sustainability and local businesses. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

Caspin Coffee offered $5 cold-brew coffee and chai tea lattes with free flavor shots for people attending the market. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

Finishing off some summer seasonal favorites, local farmers brought in fresh blackberries and Tartarian cherries. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.


Hanging Basket Company offers a variety of houseplants. These plants range from succulents, ferns, cacti and aloe vera. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

Some fall favorite vegetables including eggplants, red and yellow potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions and cabbage. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

Along with offering fresh fall produce to the attendees, some vendors offered hot boiled peanuts too—a southern classic. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

Samson Glass is known for its intricate glass figurines, jewelry, and various mini sculptures. A popular item were small glass sculptures resembling tidal waves. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.


Students flocked to each of the tents—even using reusable bags and totes to promote sustainability. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

From 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on select days, students and staff are welcome to peruse vendors at the Farmer’s Market sponsored by Sustain Coastal and the Waccamaw Market Cooperative. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

The Power of Elderberries offers a variety of Elderberry related products including syrups, candles and honey. Elderberries are a proven superfood meant to support the immune system. Photo courtesy, Katie Stoneking.

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