AROUND TOWN: Zaklan Heritage Farm market open every Saturday this summer in Surrey

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SURREY — Zaklan Heritage Farm markets are under way in Surrey.

The markets are running Saturdays throughout the summer from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 13278 84th Ave., Newton.

The Zaklan family has been farming their land in Newton for more than 80 years. The fresh fruits and vegetables are produced without the use of synthetic chemicals and are fuelled by organic compost and sustainable soil. There are also nearly 100 laying hens at the farm and their diets are free of corn, soy, and GMO products.

Click here for more information on Zaklan Heritage Farm.



Marie Vezina and her children Aida, Noah, and Colt sip some strawberry peach lemonade.



Amrit Khaira feeds chickens. There are nearly 100 laying hens at the farm and their diets are free of corn, soy, and GMO products.



Danielle Neilson brews locally roasted organic coffee on the farm’s property.



Matthew Dalley, Logan and Darcy Cruikshank say they like helping feed the livestock at the farm.



Gemma McNeill and Doug Zaklan. The Zaklan family has been farming their land in Newton for more than 80 years.

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