Local Produce Season in Full Swing

Michigan farmer’s markets and farm stands are filling up with locally grown produce. The sweet corn season came a bit later this year, but it’s now in full swing and you can stock up on this local favorite at several area locations.

Hulett Farms, nicknamed¬† “The Corn Man”, is booming with business at their Port Huron farm stand on Pine Grove Avenue. Their tables are full of produce grown at their Capac farm along with fresh baked goods, honey, and locally made tortilla chips.

Tomatoes, peppers, peaches, and green beans are in season now, with squashes and apples coming about mid-September. They will continue to have sweet corn until the supply runs out around Halloween.

Local farmer’s markets are also carrying fresh produce among other treats like baked goods, honey, and farm raised meat.

Vantage Point Farmer’s Market – Saturdays 9-5

Sarnia Farmers Market – Wednesdays & Saturdays: 7 AM – 1 PM

St. Clair Farmer’s Market – Wednesdays 7 AM- 12 PM

Marine City Farmer’s Market – Thursdays 9 AM – 2 PM

Marysville – Fridays 10 AM- 4 PM

Reporting for WGRT – Jessie Wiegand