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Vendor Spotlight    Vendor Dir​​​ectory    Products     Recipes    CSA ​​Information

The Ann Arbor Farmers Market has 115 vendors and is a producer-only market, featuring local products from Michigan and Ohio. As a 103 year old market, and the second oldest continously operating public market in Michigan,  we have many 3rd and 4th generation farms that participate. At market you will find seasonal fruit, vegetables, eggs, pastured meat & poultry, fish, cheese, herbs, cut flowers, seedlings, bedding plants, house plants, hanging baskets, bread, baked goods, jam, hot sauce, pickles, spices, beverages, prepared foods, artisan products, and much more! Check out our vendor directory and vendor spotlights for more info. If you are looking for a specific vendor on a market day, call the market office at (734) 794-6255​​ or check our social media feeds. 

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Vendor​ Spotlight​: Baseline Farm

John Cox started Baseline Farm in Dexter, Michigan in 2016 with 30 head of cattle. Today he has over 170 calves, steers, and bulls. His cattle are 100% grass-fed, pasture raised, and hormone free. They eat standing forage for the entire outdoor season and are fed hay during the dead of winter. The ecological practices of Baseline Farm all starts with growing good grass. John rotates his cattle from pasture to pasture, ensuring rest and regrowth between grazing. In this way he is able to sequester carbon, regenerate soils, and raise healthful and flavorful beef. You can find Baseline Farm at almost every Saturday market or connect with John directly at Read more about Baseline Farm here.​​

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Vendor​ Spotlight​: Odd Brothers Cider

Established in January 2019 after brothers Dusty and Derek Sherman began curiously brewing in their Homer, MI basement, their mission is to cultivate craft ciders that anyone can love. They use Michigan apples in their diverse array of brews and partner with local artists to design their can labels. Odd Brothers recognized from the start the potential farmers markets have for reaching new consumers, and joined our market in early 2022. The Michigan Small Winemakers License is essential to any small wine, cider, or mead maker looking to sell their products at farmers markets, from their own facility, or wholesale to retailers. Securing this license is a lengthy process, which requires additional City approval to sell at our market, so we were ecstatic when Odd Brothers joined us. Their presence at Ann Arbor Farmers Market allowed Odd Brothers to forge retail relationships in the Ann Arbor area, swiftly boosting their popularity and demand. Unfortunately for us, and fortunately for them, in late 2022 Odd Brothers began producing more than the MI Small Winemakers License allows (50,000 gallons per year). This means that their business has grown too big to continue as our vendor and their last market with us was in December. We will certainly miss them but we wish them success in their future “odd" endeavors. You can find their ciders in Ann Arbor at: The Grotto, HopCat, Plum Market, Everyday Wines, Arbor Farms Market, Blue Front, Produce Station, and A&L Wine Castle. Find more info at:

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Vendor D​irectory

Check our vendor directory for more info about market ​vendors and what their products.​ Contact vendors directly for most current list of products offered.


​Search by Product

Click on the category below to see which vendors carry each product, and the varieties they have to offer in the 2022 season!

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                                             BAKED GOODS  Baked Goods.jpg                                          Prepared Foods.jpg  HOT FOODS​ 

                                   DAIRY, MEAT, & EGGS   Meat and Poultry.jpg                                          Flowers and plants.jpg  FLOWERS AND PLANTS​​​

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View Michigan Farmers Market Association Seasonality Guides​ for what is available in our state.​

                                                                      ​Seasonal Recipes:​         

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​​​​                                                 Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs)

A CSA, or 'community supported agriculture,' is a subscription or membership to a farm to receive produce or other farm products on a regular basis. The customer enters into a relationship with that farm to get a weekly box or prepaid card for a share of their veggies (or fruit, meat, eggs, flowers, or prepared foods). Several vendors offer CSA programs and offer pickup at market, so it's easy to find a program that's right for you!

Updated 2023 Info Coming Soon. CSA Fair at Market in April. To view a list of 2022 CSA farms and their contact info, click here: Updated​ 2022 CSA Info

If you are a City of Ann Arbor employee interested in participating in the workplace CSA Program, click here: City of Ann Arbor Workplace CSA program

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