On Saturday, April 13, the Capital City Public Market will return to Boise to amp up the locavore love fest, setting up shop again on Eighth Street for the 2018 season. CCPM has been providing street space for vendors of fresh fruit, grass-fed meat, made-to-order snacks, local art and more since 1994 from mid-April to mid-December. Over the years the number of local producers has grown steadily, and now the height of market season offers more than 100 spots to shop. The market footprint shifts week to week, but organizers promise that booths will fill Eighth Street from Main to Bannock streets for opening day. If you're on the hunt for something fresh, grab your reusable bag and head over early Saturday morning for the pick of the produce.