Spend a morning at the farmer’s market in northern Michigan and you’ll see how lucky we are to live in Michigan. But the farmer’s market certainly isn’t just for farmers anymore. It’s a gathering place. It’s where locals and visitors meet the growers and makers.
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Did you know…
Michigan agriculture is leading the nation in many ways. Here are a few fun facts about how we rank:
- Fourth in the country as a net exporter of hops
- Third in the nation for the number of farmers markets (300+)
- Second most agriculturally diverse state in the Country, next to California
- First in the Country for the production of blueberries, tart cherries, dry black-beans, picking cucumbers and squash
Picked and Processed
- Upward of 1 billion pounds of sugar is produced annually in Michigan
- Thanks to our local farmers, we are the nation’s leading producer of potatoes for potato chip processing
Buy Michigan Made
The best part about farmer’s markets is the opportunity to buy local. Whether we’re talking fruits or vegetables, beer or wine, soaps or lotions, salt or sugar, buying locally-produced goods supports the area economy.