What’s in that Greenhouse?
Curious about what’s in those big white structures when you pass by a Northern Michigan farm? Learn more about why Z&N Farm, Lakeview Hill Farm and TLC Farms use greenhouses and hoop houses.
Crop Spot: Blueberries
“Southwest Michigan has the perfect climate for growing blueberries,” says Joan Donaldson of Pleasant Hill Farm in Fennville. “Historically, the area was called the Fruit Belt of Michigan.”
Think Past the Beef: Meat in the Upper Peninsula
Have you tried lamb, goat or rabbit? Check out what these Upper Peninsula growers have to say about these options for a delicious plate!
Fresh Food Connections: Growers Making Food Accessible in Michigan
Learn about Michigan farmers making fresh food more accessible to SNAP-eligible communities through their online ordering systems.
Stay Warm with Michigan Wool: Shady Side Farm
Mike Bronkema and his family raise grass-fed sheep for wool in the Holland area. Learn more about wool production in Michigan!
Taste the Terroir in Alpena’s Newest Cidery
Presque Isle Farm is open for business in downtown Alpena! Try their cider made from only Northern Michigan apples.
Know Your Farmer: Providence Organic Farm
Providence Organic Farm’s story begins with living soil and partners Andrea and Ryan Romeyn. Today, the farm is a hub in Central Lake, with a CSA and even Mexican food pop ups.
Know Your Farmer: Nebula Farms
Find out how and why Nebula Farms intentionally raises their beef completely on pasture — and see details about their grass-finished beef CSA!
Spring Watchlist: Strawberries, Rhubarb, Asparagus
Farmers across Michigan talk about their first Spring and early Summer harvests, from rhubarb to asparagus, and strawberries.
Know Your Farmer: Superior Mycology
Superior Mycology started with Amy Bachhuber and Rohn Sorensen’s love of mushrooms – and eating them year round! Use their recipe for Oyster Mushroom Stew with your local finds.