"Healthy Nevada is excited to help the market grow," Hunt said.
Although she said that the Healthy Nevada project wants to see the market expand, they need community support to make it happen.
She said that feedback they have received shows that the public wants more Saturday morning events and things to do, as well as buy fruits, vegetables and crafts.
Having more fun things for people will increase traffic, she said.
Hunt said that the seven member board that needs to be created would have the responsibility of determining a location for the farmers' market, drawing up the organizations by-laws, finding a market manager, getting necessary insurance, recruit vendors and create a list of craft makers.
Then Hunt said they will need to plan a big kick-off event to open the market for the season.
After discussing possible locations, they broke up into two groups. Producers met with representatives from the state Department of Agriculture, health department and other agencies to learn about the rules that apply to selling at a farmers' market. The two people interested in volunteering to help, Joan Cash and Dann Sutton, moved into a corner to meet with Tricia Bridgewater and John Gulick from Cerner to talk about how possible locations and how to increase traffic at the farmers' market.
Some ideas suggested were including more crafts, music, performance arts, and displays of youth's artwork.
And on special occasions wine-tasting, possibly hosted by a local motel could be held.