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Visit Us At the Farmer’s Market

We’re excited to welcome you to our farmer’s market booth this summer, where we’re proud to offer an amazing selection of fresh and delicious produce that comes straight from our fields to your table.

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Our Products

At our farmer’s market stand, we offer a diverse array of fruits and vegetables. From juicy tomatoes to crisp carrots, succulent squash to flavorful zucchini, we grow a variety of produce that is sure to delight your taste buds. In addition to our fresh fruits and vegetables, we also offer a selection of herbs that can add a fresh and vibrant flavor to your cooking.

One of the many joys of shopping at the farmer’s market is the opportunity to eat seasonally. Each season brings a new variety of fresh and flavorful produce, from sweet peas in the spring to hearty fall roots in autumn. We encourage you to visit our vegetable guide to learn more about the produce we grow and when you can expect to find it at the market. You can also download our guide below to help you plan your meals and make the most of the seasonal bounty.

What will be at Market? Guide

Do you want a sneak peak at what you might find at our market stand this season?
Download our harvest calendar showing when you can expect to find each vegetable at our stand.

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Our Practices

Our commitment to quality and sustainability means that we use organic farming practices whenever possible. We believe in supporting local ecosystems and keeping our soil healthy and fertile for future generations.

But visiting our market booth is about more than just buying produce. It’s an opportunity to connect with the land and the people who grow your food. You can ask us questions about our farming methods and learn more about where your food comes from.

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The Farmer’s Market Experience

Visiting a farmer’s market is not just about buying fresh produce, it’s a unique experience that connects you with the local community. The bustling atmosphere of the market is filled with the smells of freshly baked goods, and the colors of ripe, colorful produce. You can interact directly with the farmers and vendors, ask questions about their products and farming practices, and learn about where your food comes from. The farmer’s market offers a chance to connect with the food you eat and the people who grow it, creating a more personal and meaningful shopping experience.

Farmers Jason and Melissa Hessey

Meet Farmers Jason & Melissa

On our farm, we believe in more than just providing fresh, local produce – we’re passionate about reconnecting people with the natural rhythm of seasonal eating. Our commitment to picking crops at the peak of ripeness means that our vegetables are not only more flavorful, but also more nutritious. Imagine the distinct crunch of spring peas, the juicy sweetness of just-harvested tomatoes, or the irresistible flavor of our famous “candy carrots.” We invite you to come taste the difference of seasonal eating for yourself, and meet the farmers behind the food.

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Visit Us at the Market

We invite you to come see us at the farmer’s market this summer! We’re excited to share the bounty of our farm with you and connect you with the freshest, most delicious produce around.

Saugatuck Farm Market

Tuesdays from 10 AM – 2 PM
June 6 to August 29, 2023
400 Culver St. Saugatuck, MI 49453
Get directions to the Saugatuck Farm Market

South Haven Farm Market

Wednesdays from 8 AM – 2 PM
June 7 to August 30, 2023
539 Huron St. South Haven, MI 49090
Get directions to South Haven Farm Market

UM Health-West Farm Market

Thursdays from 9 AM – 2 PM
June 1 to October 12, 2023
5900 Byron Center Ave. Wyoming, MI 49519
Get directions to UM Health-West Farm Market

We can’t wait to meet you and share our passion for locally-grown, seasonal produce!

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Get our FREE Vegetable Storage Guide

Download our illustrated guide about how to store, how to prep, how to use, and how to freeze more than 40 fruits and vegetables.