Shao Shan Farm is one of just two vegetable growers at the hobbled Point Reyes Farmers Market, which lost producers in recent years and now faces a tough season, with sales crimped by the pandemic and the wildfire. But the challenges don’t end there.    David Briggs
The Point Reyes Farmers Market opened under blue skies this weekend after a four-week hiatus, but the improved weather doesn’t spell the end of the market’s struggles. Covid-19 has dealt a significant blow to an already-thin market, and supporters are pondering a way to strengthen business, with

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