Coppler Farms: Alston Seasonal vegetables and berries. Horse riding. Roberta Coppler 906-201-1374.
Zawada Farm: Elo Seasonal vegetables, Beef, Hay. 906-280-2656
Niemela’s Market Gardens, Elo: The farm grows naturally raised vegetables and small fruits for the fresh market in season. Included are lettuce, kale, chard, green onions, zucchini, summer squash, potatoes, beets, carrots, cabbage, broccoli, cucumbers, leeks, tomatoes, peppers, winter squash, dry beans, brussels sprouts.
Niemela’s offers fresh eggs, and is branching out into small fruits such as strawberries and raspberries. Niemela’s is operating a stand at Arnheim Road and U.S. 41, about a mile from the farm. More information at email@example.com and on Facebook.
Chickadee Moon Farm, Chassell: Items include dried lavender, lavender products, fresh cut flowers and some veggies. Contact at 481-1310, at 20846 Boundary Road, Chassell, MI, 49916, and on Facebook.
Dynamite Hill Farms: Maple products such as syrup, sugar, fudge, coated nuts, and vinegar. Real wild rice, dehydrated Oneida white corn and apple cider vinegar. 906-235-6177 or firstname.lastname@example.org
School Farm LLC, Arnheim: Variety of vegetables, annual flowers and herbs. At the L’Anse and Baraga farmers markets, seasonal produce that is ready, seasonal flow bouquets. 13744 River Bend Road, Pelkie, MI, 49958. 334-2790.
Hulkkonen’s Farm: Summer fruits and vegetables, and will be attending L’Anse farmers markets. In fall, pumpkin patch, pick your own or already picked, hay ride, corn maze, animal feeding, zombie paintball wagon, condescension stand, etc. Chicken eggs sold year round, limited quantities of beef. 338-2805.
Keyes Produce: Thad Keyes offers maple syrup, herbs and a large selection of seasonal vegetables and produce. Patsy Keyes offers crafts such as felt birds and beaded jewelry. Keyes Produce is at the Baraga and L’Anse farmers markets weekly.
Think Little Farm: Charles Hildenbrand offers seasonal produce, flowers and bouquets and sheep wool. 906-235-2787.
Mark and Cheryl crafts: Walking sticks, stained glass, crocheted toys, knitted hats, mitts, accessories, homemade jam. At L’Anse farmers markets on Saturday mornings.
Annebelle’s Reflections by Jody: Fresh, hand picked produce, homegrown vegetables, homemade greeting cards, jewelry, wall hangings, pins and sewed items and slightly used items. At L’Anse and Baraga farmers markets.
Miller Family Farm: Pasture raised chicken and vegetables. At Houghton County farmers market, Tuesdays, 3-6 p.m. email@example.com 18020 Lake Road, Pelkie, MI, 49958. 334-2434.
The listing of local producers will be maintained, at least for now, at the Baraga County Chamber of Commerce site through baragacounty.org.
Kristin Kahler is happy to add additional food producers to the listing. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org