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The Central Michigan CSA Farm grows a large variety of naturally grown vegetables, fruits and melons and feeds families across the Central Michigan area through our CSA program. We are currently accepting New Members while spots are available. You can learn more about the varieties we grow below. more...
Monroe Family Organics is a diversified vegetable farm providing the local area with fresh organic vegetables and herbs. We have over 10 years of experience mostly growing vegetables for the high-end restaurant industry, but now we are using our experience to grow high quality veggies for our CSA and local wholesale customers. more...
Mount Pleasant, MI
Campus Grow is a registered student organization at Central Michigan University. Our community garden is open to those interested from the CMU Campus and Mt. Pleasant Community. We offer 10 x 10 garden plots for people interested in growing their own food using sustainable and organic practices. We donate extra produce to the local food pantry. more...
Mount Pleasant, MI
Roly Poly offers a menu of over 60 different sandwiches, including over 14 vegetarian selections, along with gourmet soups and salads. With over 100 ingrediants, local produce is used to create our uniquely delicious combinations. you can view our menu at www.MTPRestaurants.com. Roly Poly also offers catering and delivery within the Mt. more...
Mt. Pleasant, MI
Dharma Farm was created with a desire to grow as much food as possible in a suburban setting. All of our food is grown without pesticides and harmful chemicals. We utilize and are interested in raised beds, vertical growing, compost, vermicompost, companion planting, natural fertilizers, rainwater harvesting, bio-remediation, and much more! more...
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