Winter Farmers Market Vendors
Check back in September for information on the Winter Market in 2021.
4245 Rogers Highway
Kapnick Orchards has been a family owned business for many years. It was founded in 1958 by Robert and Gertrude Kapnick and Charles and Janice Kapnick. Our farm market, near Tecumseh, was first opened in 1961. In 1975, Charles and Janice purchased the market from Charles' parents Robert and Gertrude Kapnick. Currently the market is operated by Sharon and Bruce Shaffer and Scott Robertello, who purchased the farm from Janice in 2001. Sharon is the daughter of Janice and Charles. In 2011, Kapnick Orchards celebrated their 50th anniversary. During the fifty years, Kapnick Orchards has seen many changes. It was transformed from a one room store to the larger operation of today.
Some of their produce includes: 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 are also available!
Golden Fleece Farm, LLCBrett and Barb Seabury
4608 Sylvan Rd.
Grass Lake, MI www.goldenfleecefarm.com
Although not born into a family of farmers, but the start of their farm in 1975 came from the love of being outdoors and animals. It has always been important to them to have good quality food that is natural as possible, without hormones pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides. Besides having an organic vegetable garden and producing grass fed lamb products including chops, steak, shanks, stew, shish kabob, sausage, and eggs, they have raised goats, sheep, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese and a Suri llama.
In the off-season, Golden Fleece Farm meat can be purchased at the Saline winter market and Argus Farm Stop in Ann Arbor
Suzanne is a retired French teacher and Lisa is a retired journalist – turned baker! They specialize in baguettes, brioche, madeleines, and a rye sesame boules, tartlettes, and gluten free chocolate chip cookies. Look for them Saturday as well!
Marks Farms and Greenhouse
In the off-season, Marks Farms and Greenhouse products winter markets in Ypsilanti on Tuesdays at the Corner Brewery, Allegiance Hospital in Jackson on Thursday mornings, and Saline on Saturday mornings. They'll be selling fall/winter vegetables, along with fresh evergreen wreaths, grave blanket and pillows, cemetery pieces, roping and centerpieces.Deb Marks
7290 Laberdee Rd.
Britton, MI www.localharvest.org/marks-farms-greenhouse-M56134
Hanging baskets, herb plants, strawberry plants, succulents, assorted vegetable plants.
Stonehearth Breads and BakeryAdam Ulbin
305 S. Main St.
Our bakery is celebrating its fifth year in business this year, and specializes in crusty, artisan breads made from scratch without preservatives. 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.
Shoreline Wild Salmon
Our fishing business is based out of Pelican, Alaska. We are a small team dedicated to providing hook and line caught wild salmon from the coast of Southeast Alaska. We aim to expand our presence to communities in Michigan and increase accessibility of wild and sustainable salmon, as well as provide educational opportunities regarding the health benefits of the fish that we offer.
It is our hope to bridge the gap between Alaskan fisherman and the consumers of Alaskan King and Coho varieties by sharing our resources, as well as our own stories and experiences with our customers.
We are proud to bring the world’s best salmon to individuals and families across the country.
Marie Rose - from Saline, Michigan
Para Para Creamery
Po Erlich uses traditional cheese making processes in a modern facility, from pasteurized cow's milk from his wife's family farm - Steffey Family Farm. The cheese is antibiotics-free, rBST-free and free of synthetic additives. The Steffey Farm has been owned and operated since 1915 where their cows are kept stall free and fed a mix of corn, grass and hay grown right on the farm. From Cheddar to Blue you won't want to miss his product.
Po Erlich uses traditional cheese making processes in a modern facility, from pasteurized cow's milk from his wife's family farm - Steffey Family Farm. The cheese is antibiotics-free, rBST-free and free of synthetic additives.
The Steffey Farm has been owned and operated since 1915 where their cows are kept stall free and fed a mix of corn, grass and hay grown right on the farm. From Cheddar to Blue you won't want to miss his product.
Smellz So Good Candle Co.
Kimberly and Carlton hand make their candles using all natural soy wax, cotton wicks and premium fragrance oils.
Micro-batch herbal products made with organic and wild-crafted ingredients without preservatives or artificial anything! Infused with Reiki and sacred sound. From herbal soaps to sleep pillows, lip balm and bath fizzies. Olga Kaminsky translates her love into each product. May all beings know peace.
Tantré Farm is located 9 miles southwest of Chelsea and started its very first crops of potatoes, winter squash, and garlic in 1993 on a 40 acre parcel. Since then their farm has grown to include about 80-100 varieties of vegetables, mushrooms, and a small variety of herbs and flowers. They also offer various CSA produce share memberships options! See their website for more details.
Country Hills Pottery
Wheel-thrown and hand-built stoneware pottery.
Shaw Creek Woods
Hand crafted wood works - adirondack chairs and tables, birdhouses, cutting boards and signs
Hand crafted bird houses and feeders
Debbie's Bead Design
Hand woven or strung Swarovsky Crystals and sterling Silver Findings bring together lovely bracelets, earrings and necklaces
A cottage industry business created and crafted in Chelsea, MI We offer a Cranberry & Walnut granola that is truly amazing. Along with tother flavors and seasonal peanut brittle. We hand pour pure soy candles, scented with essential oils so they are free of toxins and synthetics. And our pictorial notecars are sure to bring a smile to all who send and receive.
Art Cards from original oil paintings, Maple Walnut tarts, shitake mushrooms
Boo Boo fix it sticks, Lavender Linen Spray (no oils, won't stain), healing moisturizing body balms, Go Away Bug Spray - deter those ticks, fleas and mosquitoes, Lip Balms, Body Oil Blends, Board and Spoon Butter - your wooden kitchen utensils need love too!, and so much more.
All products made by Denise, chemical and petroleum product free.
Smiling Jim's Seasonings
Smiling Jim uses his organically grown peppers and the highest quality certified organic herbs & spices for his small batch blends of seasonings. No fillers or artificial ingredients. Gift sets available