A Growing Trend

For many decades, the Downtown Farmers Market in Eau Claire, Wis., was held in a parking lot. The city fathers then decided to build an elegant “home” for the market that would shelter the vendor displays and create an aesthetic landmark of exposed timber for a community gathering place. Phil Johnson, Superintendent of Eau Claire Parks, says the use of glued laminated timber was a key factor in solving a problem that afflicts many farmers market pavilions–bird roosting. The unique …


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