Fulton Street Farmers Market

Winter market makes eating local easy year round

by (MILocalFoodBeet)

Submitted 02-04-2014 under LOCAL LIFE

Last week on WYCE’s The Local Feed, we talked about the winter farmers market. That’s right, get fresh Michigan vegetables, greens, apples, meat, cheese, milk and eggs over the winter! Listen to the link above. The Fulton St. Farmers...

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In Season: January 18, 2014

by (FultonStMarket)

Submitted 01-18-2014 under NONPROFITS

Currently Available: Apples Carrots Cabbage Squash Kale Daikon Radish Lettuce Greens Micro Greens Wheat Grass Potatoes Turnips Beets Celery Root Parsnips Onions Garlic Leeks Winter Squash Pie Pumpkins Chicken Milk Beef Lamp Pork Eggs (chicken)...

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In Season: December 14, 2013

by (FultonStMarket)

Submitted 12-14-2013 under NONPROFITS

Get it Before It's Gone: Egg Nog Currently at the Market: Brussel Sprouts Turnips Winter SquashApplesPearsBeetsCarrotsRutabegasKohlrabiOnionsParsnipsTurnipsPotatoesLettuceKale Herbs MeatsBeefChickenPorkLambEggs (Duck and Chicken)...

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Story Matters: Anye Bonzell discovers life in a city, farmers markets

by (The Rapidian)

Submitted 09-21-2013 under NONPROFITS

We build community when we share our stories - whether they be a memory, an experience or just simply telling what we think is great about this place. While at various ArtPrize venues throughout the event, The Rapidian's Story Matters...

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Join the conversation on urban food innovation

by (Holly)

Submitted 08-27-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

This Thursday at 7 p.m., the Grand Rapids Public Library's GR Reads program welcomes local food advocate, urban farmer, herbalist and author Lisa Rose Starner to share stories of local people creating community change in our food culture. "...

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100% Homegrown program at Fulton Street Farmers Market celebrates 100% Farmer

by (Amy Hinman)

Submitted 08-15-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

Fulton Street Farmers Market “100% Homegrown” signs celebrate growing local, and the “100% farmer.” In 2010, Fulton Street Farmers Market director Melissa Harrington began an unique endeavor that would soon be copied by other...

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Shop Seasonally: serving up spice with peppers and onions

by (Amy Hinman)

Submitted 08-13-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

As the season progresses, crops that need more time to develop are finally becoming ready. Consider making some fresh pizza sauce with just-ready tomatoes, or baba ganoush with a fresh eggplant.   Events at the market: The Downtown Market: On...

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Fulton Street Farmers Market pays homage to tradition and progress

by (Amy Hinman)

Submitted 08-09-2013 under LOCAL LIFE

As the oldest outdoor market in Grand Rapids, the Fulton Street Farmers Market has seen a lot. From several near burnouts, to a revival in recent years, the transformation in the market has seen changes in everything from the space to the produce....

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Pickle-making as placemaking

by (erictank)

Submitted 08-06-2013 under PLACE-MATTERS

[Editor's note] This week, The Rapidian welcomes Eric Tank to our team as our new Place Matters Content Coordinator. We're excited to have him join us, and thought you should have a chance to get to know him and his thoughts on placemaking...

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In Season: July 20, 2013

by (FultonStMarket)

Submitted 07-17-2013 under NONPROFITS

Newly In Season:Cucumbers!BlueberriesRaspberriesRed CurrantsGarlicFennelOnionsCelery   Coming Soon: Eggplant Peppers Sweet Corn Okra Peaches  Plums   Get it Before It's Gone: Sugar Snap/Snow Peas Bok Choy   Currently at the...

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