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ALSO: A question not on the form that we’d like to include is, where can customers find you? At the farm only? Any farmer’s markets? Any drops in certain areas of the city? Be specific and we’ll add it below. (Or email any changes or additions to info@NourishingWays.org.)
NOTE: The form at that link is geared toward farmers, so if you’re not a farmer, please just fill out as much as possible that applies to the local food you offer.
Here’s an article you may want to check out: What knowing your farmer looks like.
Know your farmer.
Don’t be afraid to ask questions about how they raise your food.
Listed below are farms/food producers who have filled out our information form.
*IMPORTANT NOTE: showing up in this list only means that they have filled out the form so you can find out more about how they operate. It does not mean that Nourishing Ways of West Michigan or the Weston A. Price Foundation recommends them or that they follow the farming practices we recommend. We are unable to visit every farm or monitor their business/farming practices, so we encourage you to use what you read here to get to know your farmers and food producers better, and be sure to visit them and ask questions, too!
From the WAPF:
The Weston A. Price Foundation does not endorse, certify, or inspect food producers or their facilities, or verify the information they provide. Producers are listed for the convenience of consumers, who should exercise their own judgment as to whether to purchase or consume products from listed producers.
The Weston A. Price Foundation provides lists of producers and guidelines for the purpose of supporting consumer rights to ensure the continued supply of real food products for those who choose them.
- Angelus Farm – Alto (Find them on the farm by appointment due to unpredictable schedules.)
- Bountiful Farm – Sand Lake
- Cairnmoor Farm – Greenville (Find them on the farm for pick-up.)
- Country Winds Farm – Zeeland (Find them on the farm, but note that the milk is only sold via the goat share program. The cheese anyone can buy and they have a refrigerator in the garage with a self-serve system. Also find them at the Holland Farmers Market, Rockford Farmers Market, Kalamazoo Farmers Market, Pentwater Farmers Market, and in South Haven now on Saturdays. Their cheese is sold at Harvest Health Foods and Nourish Organic Market.)
- Crane Dance Farm – Middleville
- Creswick Farms – Ravenna
- Eden Farm / Schmiedicke Farm – Greenville
- Good Land Grower Farm – Greenville (Find them on the farm by appointment.)
- Green Pastures Farm – Coopersville
- Heath Farms: Farmer Bob’s Happy Chickens – Milan
- Love Led Farm – Holland
- Lubbers Family Farm – Grand Rapids (Find them at their farm store – mid-May through October, selling eggs, cuts of meats, honey, and baked goods on Saturdays 10 am – 2 pm. Also find the Little Rooster Bread Company’s fermented breads at the Fulton Street Farmers Market on Saturdays plus many local stores, check www.littlerooster.net for a listing.)
- Natural Way Cheese – Clare
- Provision Family Farm – White Cloud (Find them on the farm, at the Sweetwater Market in Muskegon, Saturday 9-12. They also have monthly to-your-home drop-offs.)
- Regan Family Farm – Byron Center
- Shady Side Farm – Holland
- The Shire Farm – Sheridan
- Six S Dairy – Sand Lake (Milk, meat & eggs, ask about their local drop spots.)
- Springbrook Farm – Marne
- Two Pines Farm – Marcellus (They can deliver to Kalamazoo and occasionally Lansing.)
- Two Sparrows Farm – Eaton Rapids (Our farm is now located in Eaton Rapids but we maintain delivery locations in Grand Rapids, Lowell, Greenville & Rockford. Farm tours are monthly – see website for details.)
- Woodbridge Dairy Farm – Byron Center
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