Gratitude for our farmers

At this time of the year, we take a moment to be thankful! We are grateful to the farmers who collaborated with us and provided us with food they lovingly grew. Thanks to them, we were able to preserve over 12,800  pounds of fruits and veggies this harvest season, all grown sustainably, and all prepared by hand. Thanks to these farmers, we can offer over 24 different fruits and vegetables in this year’s CSA.

We highlight a couple of our farms on the “Meet the Growers” page, but here is a complete list of who grew what for Locavorious, and some notes on their practices.

Who Where What How
Ann Arbor Seed Company Ann Arbor butternut squash organic
Brookside Farm Ypsilanti sweet corn Non-GMO, conventional
Coblentz Acres Homer eggplant, tomatoes, green beans Certified Organic
Daisy Farms Dowagiac strawberries conventional
Felzke Farms DeWitt strawberries conventional
Goetz Family Farm Riga a lot of vegetables Chemical free for most produce
Grandview Orchards Watervliet asparagus conventional
Green Bush Farms Belleville rhubarb organic
Green Things Farm Ann Arbor tomatoes organic
K & K Farms Coloma peaches, raspberries, blackberries IPM, uses organically approved sprays, MAEAP certified
Keep Growing Detroit Detroit eggplant organic
Leduc Blueberries Paw Paw blueberries conventional, but MAEAP certified
MSU Student Organic Farm Holt raspberries Certified Organic
Northstar Organics Frankfort tart cherries Certified Organic
Persall Family Farm Waterford, ON edamame Non-GMO, conventional
Pleasant Hill Organic Farm Fennville blueberries Certified Organic
Pregetzer Farm Market Munith broccoli conventional, tried to reduce chemical inputs
Tantre Organic Farm Chelsea a lot of vegetables Certified Organic
Wasem Fruit Farm Milan rhubarb conventional
Wilczewski Greenhouses Howell cauliflower natural practices, chemical free for most
Zilke Vegetable Farm Milan green beans organic


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