Michigan Farmers Market Association

East Lansing, Michigan

Michigan Farmers Market Association

The Michigan Farmers Market Association (MIFMA) was started in 2006 as a statewide association to promote local food consumption in Michigan by connecting more farmers to consumers through farmers markets. MIFMA defines a farmers market as a public and recurring assembly of farmers or their representatives selling direct-to-consumer food and products which they have produced themselves. In addition, the market may include a variety of vendors as determined by market management. A farmers market is organized for the purpose of facilitating personal connections that create mutual benefits for local farmers, vendors, shoppers and communities.

Today, MIFMA works with its membership to maintain its mission and attain its vision.

Mission: MIFMA advances farmers markets to create a thriving marketplace for local food and farm products.

Vision: MIFMA places farmers markets at the forefront of the local food movement and works to ensure all residents have access to healthy, locally grown food and that Michigan farmers markets receive policy support.

As a statewide, member-based association, we believe in:

1. Integrity & Quality ~ of each other and of our food sources 2. Community & Belonging ~ by including, not isolating others 3. Diversity & Unity ~ working towards shared values and common goals while respecting differences.


Listing last updated on Jul 9, 2014

The Michigan Farmers Market Association is a statewide association of farmers markets, farmers and vendors, and farmers market friends. Our mission is to advance farmers markets to create a thriving marketplace for local food and farm products.

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