Chelsea Farmers Market Vendors

Saturdays

Chelsea Farmers Market Vendors AppEvery week from May through October, our full season vendors will be at the farmers market in downtown Chelsea, MI, ready to greet you with what’s fresh.

SATURDAY VENDORS (below) | WEDNESDAY VENDORS


affeathermationsAffeathermations

Joan Hutchinson
Ann Arbor, MI
joanhutchinsonA2@gmail.com

Earthwork crafts and publications. Affeathermations can be found at the Ann Arbor Art Market on Sundays in the off season.


Back to Basics Healthy Solutions

Baked goods, gluten free


Blue Moon Signsbluemoon2

Nick Shanks
(734) 475-1125
Chelsea, MI

Nick has 25 years of experience making hand-painted vintage signs, perfect for decorating the house. Does custom work.

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Duane Bordine
(734) 645-6267
Stockbridge, MI

Sells fresh cut flowers and plants, such as snap dragons, dahlias and zinnias. They give out rewards cards – buy 4 flowers or plants and get the 5th plant half price! At the market most Saturday’s.


Bean Creek Cooking Company

Betty Rupley
(517) 918-54328
breakinawaycafe@gmail.com

Baked goods, caramel corn, trail mix


Bristle’s Handmade and Homegrownbristle's

Anna Bristle
(269) 426-0686
Chelsea, MI
abhandmade@hotmail.com

Sells knitted items, such as hand towels, dish cloths, scrubbies, and “kitty nippers” (for cat nip). Also sells popato bags, jar mixes filled for easy-soup and cookies. Also sells some produce, typically asparagus, rhubarb, tomatoes, raspberries (black/red), peas, carrots, green beans, or cucumbers. Special orders available for knitted items! At the market most Saturdays; local from Chelsea.


Brieland-Shoultz Farmsbrieland-shoultz

Greg Shoultz
(734) 834-3301
Chelsea, MI

Sells jams and soap, and every now and then produce and eggs. Soaps are goats milk based, available as scented and unscented, and are floral shaped. Local from Chelsea; at the market every other week.

BS Designs


Calamity Jane

Mini hostas, plants


Chandra June Jewelrychandra june

Chandra June
Ann Arbor, MI
(734) 649-5918
chandrajune@ymail.com

Makes handmade jewelry using genuine gemstones, crystals, brass, sterling and upcycled vintage jewelry for parts. Turns them into unique necklaces, earrings, keychains, and anklets. At the market every Saturday. Also check out her Facebook page at Chandra June, and her etsy account: chandragemsandjewels.


Cork and Palette


Country Hills PotteryCountry Hills Pottery

Maureen Lochey
lochey@wildblue.net

Wheel-thrown and hand-built stoneware pottery.


Dancy’s Fancy Butter

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Anna and Freddie Dancy
(517) 740-1250
Jackson, MI
mail@dancysfancybutter.com
www.dancyfancybutter.com

Makes gluten free flavored butter using fresh herbs and fruits. No preservatives. Comes in 6 flavors: Herb, Garlic, Lemon Pepper, Brown Sugar and Cinnamon, Honey and Cinnamon, and Strawberry.


Dave’s Honey

David Jebb
djebb09@hotmail.com

All natural honey products


Debbie’s Bead Designs

Debbie Diedrich
(734) 645-9499
Riga, MI
debbie.diedrich@gmail.com

Makes hand-strung or woven jewelry, incorporating Swarovski crystals, into necklaces, earrings, bracelets and anklets. At the market every Saturday.

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Elder Woodselder woods

Larry & Sally Sivrais
Chelsea MI 48118
(734) 604-9650

Makes Great Lakes solar light birdhouses – everything incorporates Petoskey stones! Represents the lighthouses on the Great Lakes; makes wonderful gifts! At the market most Saturday’s.


Elysium Soap


Fluffy Bottom CreameryFluffy Bottom

Artisanal cheese and yogurt


fresh.fresh

John LeBlanc and Ryan Irwin
1576 Windy Ridge Ct
Saline, MI, 48176
(734) 904-1582 (John)
(734) 255-8898 (Ryan)
freshroasting@gmail.com
freshroasting.com

Locally roasted coffee beans. They are a micro-roaster out of Saline, Michigan that prides itself on affordable, quality coffee. Carries 4-6 varieties at a time made from premium beans. The quality of our cup starts with making sure the farmers are getting fair wages and ends when the last sip is gone. At the market every Saturday.


Frog Hollar Farms, LLC

Judy Jackson
(734) 678-6033
16505 Wolf Road
Manchester, MI
(734) 428-7332
Charles Jackson: charfie@ameritech.net
www.froghollarfarms.comIMG_2978

This small produce farm has been in business 15 years selling primarily vegetables, specializing in tomatoes, peppers and cabbage! Just began growing strawberries. They accept all of our Assistance Programs coupons! Check them out or like them on Facebook.


Goetz Family Farmgoetz2

8852 Goetz Rd
Riga, MI 49276
(419) 367-0269
farmerjon@live.com
sites.google.com/site/goetzgreenhouse

Produce


Heaven’s Gate Soy CandlesHeavens Gate

Ryann Eff
(419) 392-3040
Lambertville, MI
Email: heavensgatesoy@gmail.com
Instagram: heavensgatesoy
Environmentally friendly and a renewable resource, our 100% soy burns slower, cooler and cleaner than paraffin or blended wax candles.
Using pure soy wax, Heavens Gate Soy Candles are jarred because of their softness, which results in a candle that burns much longer and produces and incredible “scent throw” (pure soy grabs fragrance better than any other wax mixture).
Each of our hand-poured candles are unique creations and are made in Michigan!

Herbology Organics

Essential oils, tea and dried herbs

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H & H Sugarbush, LLC

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Kirk and Michelle Hedding
Chelsea, MI 48118
(734) 323-5378
heddingk@gmail.com
www.hhsugarbush.com

H & H Sugarbush, LLC is a family-run business, and we have been making maple syrup on our Washtenaw County farm since 2007. The farm itself has been family-run for well over 100 years. Every spring we tap maple trees throughout the woods, hand collect the sap, and boil all of our syrup in a sugar shack right outside our house.


Heim Gardens

Mary Heim
17650 Heim Road
Chelsea, MI, 48118
(734) 735-2589
mryheim@aol.com
www.heimgarden.net

Heim Gardens grows perennials, annuals, hanging baskets and have a large selection of planters to choose from. We will also custom fill your planters. In the garden we grow cut flowers, tomatoes, green beans, asparagus, squash, radishes, onions, leek, cabbage, peppers, pumpkins, strawberries, raspberries, spinach, lettuce, herbs, gourds, sweet corn, peas rhubarb, flower baskets and much more.


HumusFalafil

Falafil sandwiches, Hummus, baklava


Kapnick Orchards

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Scott Robertello
Britton, MI
kapnicks@tc3net.com
www.kapnickorchards.com

Asparagus, Strawberries, Cherries (sweet & sour), Red Raspberries, Black Raspberries, Peas, Beans, Blueberries, Potatoes, Apricots, Plums, Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Apples and Squash. Baked Goods & Apple Butter.


Kristie’s Creations


La Baguettela baguette

Suzanne Murray and Lisa Carolin
Ann Arbor, MI
(734) 253-2193
painfrancais@gmail.com
labaguettea2.com

Suzanne is a retired French teacher and Lisa is a retired journalist – turned baker! They specialize in baguettes, brioche, madeleines, and a rye sesame bread.


Lands of Bru-Garick

Eggs, produce, hand sewn bag

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Merkel Gardens & Greenhouses

142 Van Buren
Chelsea, MI, 48118
(734) 433-1378
bill@merkelgardens.com
merkelgardens.com

We currently operate four greenhouses and grow many varieties of annual and perennial plants. We sell both hanging baskets and flats. We also fill customer furnished pots complete with dirt. Our produce includes everything from basic vegetables to many exotic Asian vegetables.


Mostly Green AcresMostly Green Acres

Beef, chicken, pork, eggs, turkey, tomatoes, beans, pumpkins. soy free, organic fed, free range chicken eggs, and whole chicken of the same quality as well as 100% grass fed beef


Myer Jam


Renovatio Woodworks renovatio

Matt Millar
(734) 475-0985
1016 Sugarloaf Lake Rd
Chelsea, MI 48118
mmillar@wccnet.edu
www.etsy.com/shop/RenovatioWoodworks
www.renovatiowoodwork.weebly.com

Repurposes old metal and wood into artistic functional furniture. At the market every week, currently searching for a permanent place to set up his wood shop!


Robin Hills Farmrobin hills farm

Mitzi Koors
(517) 914-1052
contact@robinhillsfarm.com
www.robinhillsfarm.com

Sells seasonal veggies (130 varieties!). Farm works according to organic guidelines. The farm is an educational and fun location where they give farm tours, classes and events. You can even go fishing and hiking! The farm will be fully open next spring for all events. At the market every Saturday.


Stamatopoulos and Sons

Olive oil


Stone Hearth Breads and Bakerystonehearth

Adam Ulbin, Sr.
(517) 592-4411
309 S Main St
Brooklyn, MI 49230
aulbin@bignet.net

Our bakery specializes in crusty, artisan breads made from scratch without preservatives. Makes 55 different varieties of breads, including flavors like Rosemary Herb, Spinach Feta, Polish Pumpernickel, Red Raspberry Dark Chocolate, Peach Pecan, Apple Cinnamon, and much more. At the market every Wednesday and Saturday. Stone Hearth Breads and Bakery has a retail store in Brooklyn and sells at the Ann Arbor Westside, Adrian, Ypsilanti, Jackson, and Chelsea Farmers’ Markets.


Tantré Farmtantre

2510 Hayes Road
Chelsea, MI, 48118
(734) 475-4323
tantrefarm@hotmail.com
www.tantrefarm.com

Tantré Farm has been a certified organic farm since 1993. It is located 9 miles southwest of Chelsea, Michigan on 40 acres of woods, wetlands, and cultivated farmland. We grow a wide variety of certified organic vegetables, berries, herbs, mushrooms, and cut flowers. We also offer various CSA produce share membership options. See our website for more detailed information.


Waterloo Tree Farm “The Barn”

Tables and chairs made from reclaimed barn wood


Thistle Blossom Herbals


Two Track Acres

11845 Orban Rd
Grass Lake MI 49240
Stephanie Willette
twotracksacres@gmail.com
(616) 734-9123

Pasture raised pork and chicken

Two Tracks has chicken, pork and turkey available for sale at the farm during the off season.
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Wholly Unrefined

Wholesome baked goods made without gluten, dairy & egg, and refined sugars.  So tasty you will not believe it’s healthy.