Farmlands Market facilitates circle of giving

Jessica Landstra stands in front of her business Farmlands Market, which opened June 30, 2014, as a response to Creswell not having a chain grocery store. Landstra started the business when she was 20 years old. ALIYA HALL/THE CRESWELL CHRONICLE

When Jessica Landstra was 20 years old, she filled a void in the community by establishing the Farmlands Market. Although she said the job started accidentally, she has grown it exponentially since it started.
After Mayor Dave Stram informed Creswell Residents that the population wasn't substantial enough to . . .

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