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Detroit, MI 48202
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Your HAP Board of Directors
William R. Alvin
Cindy Bala-Brusilow, Ph.D.
Marvin B. Beatty
William A. Conway, M.D.
Linda Ewing
J. Timothy Gargaro
Joyce V. Hayes Giles
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Jamie C. Hsu, Ph.D.
Kirk J. Lewis
Jack Martin,
Chairperson
Catherine A. Roberts
Robin Scales-Wooten
Nancy M. Schlichting
Rebecca R. Smith
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Detroit, MI 48202
Get
Fresh
Fruits and vegetables
usually don’t come
fresher – or cheaper –
than at your local
farmers market. Check
out these fun local
markets:
Wyandotte
, 102 Elm Street: Produce, plants, baked goods, dairy
products. Open Thursdays from June 16 to October 6.
Mt. Clemens
, 141 North River Road: Flowers, produce, honey and live
cooking demos. Open Fridays and Saturdays from May through
November.
Downtown Rochester
, corner of East Third and Water Street: Produce,
fowers, master gardener. Operates on Saturdays until October 29.
Royal Oak
, 316 East 11 Mile Road: Flowers, produce, pies, breads, soaps.
Open Saturdays all year long: Fridays from May through December.
Dearborn
, corner of Michigan Avenue and Mason: Plants, crafts, meat,
cofee, eggs. Open on Fridays until mid-October.
Detroit Eastern Market
, 2934 Russell Street: Operating since 1891!
The Saturday market features more than 250 vendors selling fresh fruits,
vegetables, meats, fowers and locally produced specialty foods.
To learn more about farmers markets in your area, visit the Michigan Farmers
Market Association Web site at
www.mifma.org
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