Is there anything better than farm-fresh Michigan produce?
From apples to cherries to asparagus to corn, Michigan is one of the most agriculturally diverse states in the nation, and boasts a robust farmers' market systems as well.
Michigan is home to hundreds of seasonal markets in every part of the state, from quaint roadside stands on scenic back roads to the 250+ vendors at Detroit’s Eastern Market. You don’t have to look very hard to find a stand stocked with Michigan’s bounty.
To ease your search, check out this directory from our friends at the Michigan Farmers Market Association. You can refine your search by county and city to make finding a local market a snap.
With markets opening statewide as various fruits and vegetables come into season, now is a great time to hit the road and find some of Michigan’s seasonal best.
The 2018 farm market directories are available at county Farm Bureau—and Farm Bureau Insurance—offices statewide.