When you come to the Manistique Farmers’ Market this afternoon, these are the farmers and cottage food producers you will meet:
- Indian Lake Candles and Honey – Ed & Jan Wright. Honey, flavored honey, and beeswax products.
- Kurly Kale Acres – Barbara Collins. Kale, rhubarb, raspberries, snap peas
- Bella Farm – Steve & Sandee Uecke. Swiss chard, green onions, beets, beet greens, herbs, eggs, wild blueberries, carrots, broccoli, green beans, zucchini, raspberries, breads, pies, cookies and more
- Bear-A-Villa Farm – Rick Nims. Eggs, rhubarb, ground flours, peas, radishes, tomatoes
- Collins Farm & Mill – Belinda Collins. Flour tortillas, kidney beans, wheat berries, sunflowers, flower bouquets, garlic scapes, beets
- Rondeau’s Ruff Acres – Janet Rondeau. Blueberries, raspberries, (possibly still some wild asparagus), baked goods and jams
- Grandview Farm – Donna & Jim Foote. Homemade pasta, jams, granola, swiss chard, spinach, green beans, summer squash, onions, raspberries, Elvis bread and other baked goods
- Jim & Linda’s – Jim Koeune & Linda Kumm. Sweet corn, Michigan cherries, green beans, yellow wax beans, zucchini, cucumbers, #7 pickles, cabbage
- Double JJ Ranch – Grace Jones. Variety of baked goods (cinnamon rolls), beets and other produce
- High Post Farms – Matt & Brenda Miotke (+ Valerie). Ground beef, beef sticks, radishes, onions, lettuce, tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, eggs
- John Matchinski - John is new to the market this week, and will be bringing fresh, locally grown broccoli (stop by and welcome him – Fuchsia canopy)
- Miss Theresa’s Garden – Theresa Miller. French and Italian breads, herbs, bagels, homemade pretzels, fresh produce.
- Tammy Vincent and Mindy Moore – variety of baked goods and jams
Come join us this afternoon from 4-6pm for the Manistique Farmers’ Market – the happiest place to be on a Wednesday afternoon!
Bonus market this Saturday, July 21st from 9-11am. Come to the market and then head up to the Schoolcraft County Fair 10am-8pm on Saturday.