DEARBORN − Some of Michigan’s best and abundant local offerings will be at the Fall Season Farmers Market, which continues from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in Greenfield Village.
This event takes place in the Village Pavilion and is free with village admission or membership to The Henry Ford.
Patrons can choose from a diverse array of grains and baking mixes; organic breads; farm-fresh produce; pumpkins; meats; honey; apples; peanut and nut butters; heirloom beans; handmade soaps and creams; dairy products; jams; preserves and more.
The event also features a selection of mint products from Crosby Mint Farms, the oldest mint farm in Michigan. Patrons can peruse the products from the Garden Gate Farm, with seeds dating back to the Civil War, and try some of the Traffic Jam and Snug’s award-winning cheese.
Farms and small businesses from across the state represent a wide variety of products available at this year’s market. Vendors include Hannewald Lamb Co., West Wind Milling Co., Ernst Farm, Tabone Orchard, Avalon International Breads, Oliver Farms, Hampshire Farms, Grass Field Cheese, Todosciuk Farms & Greenhouses, Eat Local Food, Flower Child Herbs, Better Bee Honey, Chartreuse Tea, Greenfield Village Herb Society, Graye’s Greenhouse and Doodles Sugar Bush. New vendors to this year’s lineup include Willow Brook Farm and Naturally Nutty Foods.
Village admission tickets cost $22 for adults, $21 for seniors (ages 62 and older) and $16 for youths (ages 5 through 12). Children 5 and younger and members are free. For more information call (313) 982-6001 or go to thehenryford.org.