Green Gardens Community Farm

Green Gardens is a small 20-acre farm in Battle Creek Michigan, with 5 acres in vegetables, herbs, and flowers. The goal of the farm is to provide fresh, naturally-grown produce to the people of West Michigan at a fair price.

We attend the Bank Street Market in Kalamazoo on Saturday (7:30 AM-12 PM May-November) and the Kalamazoo Winter Market (9AM-1PM December-April), offer produce through a 130-member CSA Program in Battle Creek, Marshall and Kalamazoo. In 2014, we will also sell at the farm on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings through our online farm stand (see website), direct drive-up, and CSA credit. We are a Certified "Naturally Grown" farm.

Listing last updated on Dec 26, 2013

Season:  May through December

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  130

Full Share:  Battle Creek and Marshall: Traditional Boxes are $200/season (Spring, Summer, or Fall) or $550 for Full Season (24 weeks) Kalamazoo Market and Battle Creek (farm pick-up) can purchase Farm Credit Shares: $300 (MIni), $400, $500, and $600 (Bounty

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Kalamazoo Bank Street Market
Saturdays from 7:30-12:30 PM, May-November

Kalamazoo Foods Market
Every other Saturday from 9-1PM, December-April

Schedule and Location:

Sunday afternoons and Wednesday evenings at the farm on H DR N.

Flowers, Herbs, Tomatoes, Peppers, Greens.

See website for more information.

Schedule and Location:

Pick-up Sunday afternoon and Wednesday evenings at H DR N.

Visit the website at for more information about and what we have available on our Online Farmacy.

You can find many of our vegetables and herbs in the produce section at the People's Food Co-op in Kalamazoo.

We also sell to five local restaurants in Battle Creek and Kalamazoo: Malia, Food Dance, Rustica, Webster's Prime, and Zazios.

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