Food prices around the world are on the rise, hitting consumers in their pocket books. But some local vendors say they may have an answer. The Farmers Market. Open for business and its not just produce for sale at Evansvilles Farmers Market along Sycamore and Second Street. This is the place to find local farmers like Roger Huff trying to make a few extra bucks. Huff says his top sellers are rhubarb and tomatoes. He sold about 30-pounds of rhubarb. "I like the farmers market, all home grown stuff makes it nice, might as well support local people instead of who know where" Dave and Pat Eagers say they have been coming to Evansvilles Farmers Markets for years. They say for them its not as much about saving a few pennies as it is helping out local farmers. Rain or shine, fresh produce, flowers, herbs and baked goods will be sold every Friday from 7:00 until 2:30 through the end of September. For vendors interested in taking part in the Farmers Market, they can register for free by going to downtownevansville.org.