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    Cowgirl Chocolates

    Palouse Region and Moscow

    Cowgirl Chocolates are sweet and spicy gourmet chocolates for adventurous chocolate lovers and packaged as unique beautiful gifts for any and all occasions.

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    Dale’s Saturday Farm Market

    Palouse Region and Potlatch & Harvard

    May - mid October, Saturdays 8 am - noon. Junction Lumber Hardware & Supply

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    Dog Bark Park

    Camas Prairie and Cottonwood

    Stop by Dog Bark Park and say "hello" to chainsaw artists Dennis and Frances, known for their whimsical wooden carvings of dogs. You can even stay in the most unique bed and breakfast, the "big dog,"...

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    Grangeville Farmers Market

    Camas Prairie and Grangeville

    June - October (except for Border Days), Saturdays 8 am - noon. Crafts, Food, and Music. Heritage Square, Grangeville

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    Harvest Ridge Organics

    Lewis-Clark Valley and Lewiston / Clarkston

    Locally grown organic whole grain, hard red wheat, flour and oats - available for purchase at Lindsay Creek Vineyards.

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    Hay’s Produce

    Lewis-Clark Valley and Lewiston / Clarkston

    Fresh produce, local and from the surrounding areas - honey, huckleberries and other specialty products, and regional wines.

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    Kamiah/Kooskia Farmers Market

    Kamiah / Kooskia and Upper Clearwater River Corridor

    May - October, Saturdays, 8 am - noon. Hwy 12 Long Camp RV Park.

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    Kaufman Farms

    Lewis-Clark Valley and Lewiston / Clarkston

    This small family farm produces delicious sweet corn sold at Lewiston Farmers' Market.

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    Lewis-Clark Valley Wine Alliance

    Lewis-Clark Valley and Lewiston / Clarkston

    The first vineyards in the Lewis-Clark Valley were planted as early as 1872. The Lewis-Clark Valley AVA is home to 16 vineyards growing more than 81...

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