MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — All this week, the WCCO Morning Show is getting into the spring spirit, which for many means getting into the garden.

People got a taste of spring over the weekend. A number of farmers markets opened for the season, including in Minneapolis.

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The number of farmers markets in Minnesota has grown by 50 percent in the last five years. There are nearly 150 markets across the state.

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And while they are a fantastic place to find fresh fruits and veggies, CSAs — or Community-Supported Agriculture programs — are also on the rise.

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For Monday, Edward Moody visited the program they have set up at Pahl’s Market in Apple Valley and talked with farmer Cole Moldenhauer. You can see more about their set-up in the video above.