Nicolas Zamora works on coasters with help from Zoe Abeyta at Snell Middle School on Thursday. Zamora, along with other campers, will be selling his products today at the Silver City Farmers’ Market(Press Staff Photo byC.P. Thompson) Today’s Silver City Farmers’ Market will have a few more sellers than usual. Teenagers of Camp Innoventure will sell products they made themselves, hoping to get their money’s worth. Camp Innoventure is offered by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University, in partnership with STEAMing Ahead for Success. According to a press release, Camp Innoventure is “a weeklong summer camp focused on inspiring middle school students to create, market and sell their own product.” The camp was offered in places like Las Cruces, Deming, Alamogordo, Silver City and Bayard. There were 16 kids who attended the Silver City and Bayard camps this past week, said Lydia Hammond, Innoventure deputy director. Camp Innoventure has been in Silver City twice and this is the first time in Bayard.  Each kid decides what they want to make, and it can be anything except food, Hammond said. They can learn from the internet or get help from other campers, while others bring skil...