Juneteenth, Justice, and You: Reclaiming the Narrative
Chef Phil Jones of Detroit explains his connection to Juneteenth, and how local food systems are an active form of resistance to celebrate on this holiday.
Celebrating Michigan Fish Producers with a Bounty of Local Seafood
Ready to eat local fish? Use this resource from the Michigan Sea Grant, originally printed in the 2022 Local Food Guide.
The Latest National Food Hub Survey Report Out Soon!
The National Food Hub Survey Report shows that 91% of food hubs are breaking even or better. Learn more!
Remembering the People Along the Way
Explore the costs behind every bite of local food at FOLK Detroit in our 2022 Local Food Guide cover story.
Grow Your Future: the Great Lakes Incubator Farm
Are you ready to start your sustainable farming business? Apply to the Great Lakes Incubator Farm in Traverse City!
Gratiot Central Market
Learn more about the history of Gratiot Central Market in Detroit, and the Bedway family that owns it today.
Dive Deeper into the Work of Food with Traverse City’s ‘Taste of Work’
Join filmmakers Robert George and Becky Tranchell for the Community Forum surrounding their docuseries ‘Taste of Work’ on November 9th in Traverse City
It’s Crunch Time in the Place Where Apples Love to Grow
The 2022 Michigan apple harvest is underway – with 29.5 million bushels on their way to markets and grocery stores near you!
What is a Food Co-op?
Michigan has a number of local food cooperatives (co-ops). Learn about their history, structure, and how to join your local food co-op.
Get to know the Michigan Food Hub Network
What is a food hub? Food hubs manage connections between local producers with buyers. The Michigan Food Hub Network connects Michigan’s hubs for a stronger local food system.