5 Michigan Food Systems Organizations You Should Know
Michigan is home to multitude of organizations dedicated to creating a stronger local food system. Learn more about the 5 we work with the most!
On Farm Fun in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula: Slagle’s Family Farm
Stop by Slagle’s Family Farm near Iron Mountain, MI for seasonal flavors from the new farm kitchen, and buy fresh produce and soap while you’re there!
Know Your Farmer: Whitney Creek Farm
Whitney Creek Farm in Ironwood, MI raises animals from Berkshire hogs to Icelandic sheep in an ethical manner that promotes good land stewardship.
Local Foodie Tour: Lansing
Find our picks for a Michigan capital food tour – from coffee from Blue Owl to stouts from Ellison Brewery and Spirits, and everything in between.
Fighting Food Insecurity with a Fresh Food Box
The Fresh Food Box program fights food insecurity in Ypsilanti and Detroit by partnering SNAP recipients with local growers. Learn more on the blog!
Crop Spot: Ground Cherries
Have you ever had ground cherries? These flavorful fruits pack a tropical punch with notes of pineapple, tomato, and grape.
5 Must-Visit Fall Farm Events
Want to connect with your local food sources this Fall? See our choices for fun events and great eats on the farm throughout Michigan.
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Q&A with Presque Isle Farm Cider
Presque Isle Farm in Posen, MI has recently expanded into cider-making, bringing home plenty of GLINTCAP gold and silver awards!
Farm to Early Care and Education: Creating the Connection
MI Farm to Early Care and Education (ECE) is working to make connections between healthy eating and local food at an early age for a healthy community!