Creekside Farm is a family operated farm 4 miles west of town in Goshen. Each season they have maple syrup from the maple woods on their farm. They have an assortment of vegetable plants each spring and offer a full variety of vegetables and small fruits. They also have apple and cider in the fall. Visit their booth year-round on Saturdays or during our Tuesday Market (May-October).
Fish Lake Organic Berry Patch offers an assortment of fruits and vegetables although they are most well known for their berries. Available fresh or frozen, depending on the time of year, Fish Lake Organic Berry Patch has strawberries, red raspberries, black raspberries, blueberries, and gooseberries. Visit their booth year-round on Saturdays and during our Tuesday Market (May through October).
Linda of Ginger Hill Farm has been dehydrating fruits and vegetables for many years and joined the farmers market in 2015. She is passionate about using up produce which might be seconds so it does not got to waste. She offers fruit rolls in a variety of flavors, dried apples, pears, peaches, and pineapple. Ginger Hill Farms also offers dried mushrooms, corn, zucchini chips, and tomatoes. No sugar, no preservatives, and no coloring are used in their products. Visit her booth year-round on Saturdays or during Tuesday Market (May-October).
Lazy T Ranch has been in operation since 2012 growing microgreens, hydroponic lettuces, tomatoes, and seasonal produce. They offer 10-12 varieties of microgreens. They are operating with solar power on their farm and are excited to be at the farmers market each week. Come shop their selection year-round on Saturdays.
Nelson’s Herbs, from Edwardsburg, Michigan, joined the Goshen Farmer’s Market in 2018 because of the way the Goshen area cares for local foods and local farmers. “The city of Goshen is one of the best towns around for supporting local agriculture,” explained Nelson. Typically, Nelson’s booth features vats of still-in-the-soil micro greens stacked high and sold by the ounce, succulent plants grown and propagated by his mother, and occasional features like sunchokes or huge heads of mild roasting garlic. If you are unsure what something might be used for, just ask! Nelson is a bit of a foodie and will happily recommend meal pairings with some of his greens and share his ideas for how to prepare sunchokes (did you know you can substitute them for nuts to make pesto!?).
James and Kate Lind have a 40 acre farm in Three Rivers, MI since the 1996. They coaxed the soil on their farm back to life with homemade compost and have been growing food organically ever since. Sustainable Greens offers a variety of produce but are best known for their salad mix. Come shop their selection year-round on Saturdays and during Tuesday Market (May through October).