Originally reserved for college athletes to help them maintain proper conditioning, training tables don’t have to be reserved only for campus football players anymore. Play a key role in keeping your family healthy and eating well with a visit to one of these nine local farmers markets as we close out National Farmers Market Week.
- Drop into the Kalamazoo Farmers Market at Mayors’ Riverfront Park for something fresh, green, and locally grown.
- The fruits of South Haven’s labor are evident at the Farmers Market of South Haven celebrating the importance of agriculture to the local heritage.
- Stroll the grassy knolls to select local produce, flowers, and baked goods at the Marshall Area Farmers Market. If you leash up Fido, your dog can enjoy this pet-friendly market too.
- With a history dating back to the late 1800s, Festival Market Square in Battle Creek houses vendors in a covered walkway for all-weather accessibility on Wednesdays and Fridays.
- Vendors share tips for cooking or planting as you browse jams, fine pastries, and cut flowers at what has become a Saturday tradition at the St. Joe Farmers Market.
- Showcasing products from Michigan and adjacent counties in Indiana and Ohio, the Paw Farmers’ Market regularly features homemade baked goods, unique crafts, and delicious, local produce and is open for business on Sundays.
- Experience the soul and charm of the Vicksburg Farmer’s Market through delicious food and great music on Fridays.
- Rain or shine, the food is always fresh and health of the community top of mind at the Portage Farmers Market.
- At the Texas Township Farmers’ Market─“Fresh on Q!”─the community gathers to celebrate fresh, local foods and the rich agricultural diversity of southwest Michigan.