Fromme Family Farming

Photo by Traci Westcott/The Herald
Scott Fromme, right, watches his daughter, Mariah, plant lettuce seedlings in their family garden at their home in Jasper on Monday. The Frommes decided to sell their excess crops a few years ago, and from there have turned their hobby into a business, selling fresh vegetables at the farmers market. Both Scott and Mariah work full-time jobs, but spend about three to four hours together in the garden at night. “It’s not about the work,” Mariah said, “but the quality time we get to spend together.” 

 




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