The Leelanau Farmers Markets is a non-profit organization started up with the initiation of the Leelanau Agricultural Alliance & MSU Extension with the goal of improving the marketing of local farm products and preserving county farmland.
The Ag Alliance proposed the idea of starting up Farmer’s Markets in the area in 2000, and with the help of MSU Extension, developed a Board of Directors to oversee the planning and operation of the markets. In 2014, the Leelanau Farmers' Market Association transitioned to an independent 501c3 nonprofit organization.
All products and produce sold at our markets are made or grown within Leelanau, Grand Traverse and Benzie Counties!! Buy Fresh, Buy Local!!
Our mission is:
"to provide locally produced farm and food products for the benefit of the Leelanau Community."
2018 Season -
Suttons Bay - Saturday - May 12 – Oct 27 - North of downtown at M-22 and M-204
Empire - Saturday - June 16 – Sept 8 - Downtown next to the post office
Glen Arbor - Tuesday - June 12 – Sept 11 - Behind the Glen Arbor Township Hall on Western Avenue
Leland - Thursday - June 21 – August 30 - Bluebird parking lot in downtown Leland
Northport - Friday - June 8 – Sept 14 - Across from the marina, downtown
All markets will run from 9 am to 1 pm.
This is a great opportunity for you to get local produce and meet the farmers who grow it! Know where your food comes from!
Want to be a vendor at the market?
Click here for our: 2018 Vendor Applications and Rules
Questions? Call 231-256-9888 or email email@example.com for further information.
Leelanau Farmers Markets
c/o MSU Extension
8527 E Government Center Dr
Suttons Bay, MI 49682