My grandparents made a living selling garden fresh fruits and veggies as well as meat they had raised themselves just a couiple of miles away from Nuuni Cunni (in Keysville). This feels like a family tradition because of that. Not to mention that it functions as a gathering place for the valley, something that has been sorely missed since the modernization of the post offices. On top of that, check out the number of kids at the market helping sell, set up, tear down, etc! It's called rebuilding our community and the frosting on the cake is we all get to eat better as well.