Masala Musa watches over her business, Umoja Na Uhura World Farm and Store, in April at the Boise International Market at Franklin and Curtis roads. The words mean “unity and freedom.” Musa, who is from Somalia but grew up in Kenya, sold pesticide-free produce from her husband’s garden along with other items. The market burned in September. Umoja Na Uhura is one of a dozen vendors who found a temporary, Saturday-only home this holiday season at Trailhead, 500 S. 8th St.
Masala Musa watches over her business, Umoja Na Uhura World Farm and Store, in April at the Boise International Market at Franklin and Curtis roads. The words mean “unity and freedom.” Musa, who is from Somalia but grew up in Kenya, sold pesticide-free produce from her husband’s garden along with other items. The market burned in September. Umoja Na Uhura is one of a dozen vendors who found a temporary, Saturday-only home this holiday season at Trailhead, 500 S. 8th St. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Masala Musa watches over her business, Umoja Na Uhura World Farm and Store, in April at the Boise International Market at Franklin and Curtis roads. The words mean “unity and freedom.” Musa, who is from Somalia but grew up in Kenya, sold pesticide-free produce from her husband’s garden along with other items. The market burned in September. Umoja Na Uhura is one of a dozen vendors who found a temporary, Saturday-only home this holiday season at Trailhead, 500 S. 8th St. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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