Two local farmers markets are set to open in the next few weeks. It's just another sign that warmer days aren't too far away.
The Boise and Nampa farmers markets are both opening in April, but they are doing things a little different.
Boise will be operating online.
Shoppers can go to their website starting on March 30 to pick out all their local goods from 7 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
The first pickup date will be Saturday, April 3.
People can then drive up to 1500 Shoreline Drive with their order confirmation and your order will be delivered right to your vehicle.
"The great thing about April is our farmers have really extended both sides of the seasons, so we'll have fresh carrots, salad turnips, salad mix, spinach, we'll have all of the spring greens," said Tamara Cameron, market manager for the Boise Farmers Market.
As for Nampa, they plan on doing the traditional walk-around market at Lloyd Square at the corner of 13th Ave. South and Front Street.
They will have a soft-opening on April 10, and will open to all vendors on April 24.
"We're going to have produce vendors, meat vendors, craft vendors, we've even got special food vendors and food trucks coming on out, we'll have music every weekend," said Bob Wagner, president of the Nampa Farmers Market.
Both markets will be following local health guidelines to keep farmers and shoppers safe.