One of the things that El Pasoans really like to do during the spring and summer months is go to the various farmers markets around town. Unfortunately, social distancing in the age of coronavirus has put an end to the possibility of strolling the aisles of fresh produce and locally produced goods while enjoying the fantastic El Paso weather. That's the bad news. There is good news about one local El Paso farmers market. They've come out from under the tent and gone online.

The Upper Valley Artists and Farmer Market announced their move earlier this week. It gives their various vendors a chance to still connect with El Paso shoppers but still be able to practice social distancing. To access their online vendors just click here for their website. There are bakers, ceramics vendors, and even artists who are listed on the website. It's a great way to get the things you need for your family, get a little something that might take your mind of all the coronavirus stress.

Please practice strict social distancing measures. The sooner we can all get past this coronavirus outbreak the sooner we can all return to doing things like wandering around El Paso area farmers markets.