Meet Our Vendors

Looking for new ideas/plants to beautify your yard? Stop by the Better Finds booth! Operated by Lynette Bugenske from Saginaw MI, Better Finds specializes in native Michigan perennials and ferns and nursery stock.

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Lynette Fouch Bugenske

Scott and Peggy Bloom are long term vendors with the market. Operating Bloom Farms, they offer a wide selection of beef products.

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Scott Bloom

What are pancakes and waffles and cornbread without generous drizzlings of maple syrup? Replenish your stock of this sweet elixir at Jason Brown’s maple syrup booth.

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Jason Brown

Cory and Symantha Outwater are the C and S of this Family Farm. Over the course of the market season they offer flowers, fruits and vegetables.

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Cory Outwater
Symantha Outwater
Facebook at C & S Family Farms

The Cheese People offers a unique cheese experience at the market. They produce small batch cheeses that vary from make to make, and cut the blocks and wheels to order on site so that customers can experience the connection to the factory and the aging room.

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David Grothause

Looking for personal comfort while being eco-friendly? Visit Jennifer Jeremiah’s booth for organic cotton velour face cloths, unpaper towels, reusable wipes and pads, and organic cotton leggings, tees, and dresses.

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Jennifer Jeremiah

The Circle F offers eggs and a variety of meat products including grass-fed lamb, non-GMO pastured pork, chicken, duck, turkey, and quail. Owner Jacob Farley will also be offering grass-fed beef at the end of 2019.

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Jacob Farley

Vendor Dawn Fyrciak is expanding her design line this year. In addition to clothing for 11 1/2 inch, 14 inch and 18 inch dolls, Dawn will be offering fleece shawls and scarves, throw pillows, baby blankets, and cloth books for toddlers.

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Dawn Fyrciak

The Feral Field is an urban farm located on 5/8 of an acre Lansing, MI. The Brugnones use sustainable & organic practices, which start with saving seeds & using organic, local seed whenever possible. Over the course of the market season The Feral Field booth offers over 75 types of flowers, many unique varieties of vegetables, fruit, honey, and floral design services for special occasions & events.

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Danielle Brugnone
517-258-2479; 520-310-5643

Fivewire Farm vendors Brett and Candace Pitarski offer eggs and vegetables over the course of the market season.

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Brett Pilarski

FlowerEssence is located 6 miles east of Williamston and has been a market vendor since 2012. The highlight of FlowerEssence crops is specialty cut flowers with more than 50 varieties offered throughout the season. Other offerings include: Blue Barn Farm eggs-produce by pastured chickens, a variety of seasonal vegetables, fruits, and herbs all grown using organic methods, and K&M Aparies Honey from Vermontville.

FlowerEssence is a member of Michigan Floral Association, Michigan Farmers Market Association, and the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers of America. Orders for bouquets, flower bunches, buckets of flowers, and eggs, can be placed ahead of market day for pick-up at the market.

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Marlene Ann Epley, Owner/Grower/Florist, Organic Agriculture Specialist and Consultant
FlowerEssence of Blue Barn Farm
Phone: 517-749-0352

Vendor Craig Koenigsknecht’s For the Love of Grain showcases the flavor and versatility of ancient and heirloom grains through such offerings as whole ancient grain breads and sweets.

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Craig Koenigsknecht
Facebook at For the Love of Grain

Halmich Farms grows apples and will have a booth at the market when apples come into season, typically in mid-September.

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Joan Johnson

As our name infers, we sell a beautiful variety of sunflowers by the stem, including pollenless (no more messy yellow pollen falling on your furniture or clothes).  We also sell bouquets of fresh cut flowers for the table, fresh in-season vegetables and fruits and homemade jams.  Our jams are made with our own fruit or locally grown fruit.

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Richard Mergener

The Honey Pot Micro-Farm is ready to provide our local communities with our farm goods. The Honey Pot is currently offering raw honey, switchel, baked goods, vegetable starters, smudge sticks, rhubarb, art work, duck eggs, chicken eggs, and more! “Our orchard isn’t producing large scale yet, and our 11 varieties of berries are still building their strength, but we’re transforming the micro-farm into a forest garden so our farm goods selection will grow with every season.”

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Lindsay Salters
Facebook at Honey Pot Micro-Farm

This eclectic booth offers eggs, varieties of beans, and handcrafted soap made from goat milk.

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Jean Fierke
Facebook at chickadee goat milk soap

Operated by Jessie Gillard, Kindness Blooms is a flower farm located in the Okemos area.

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Jessie Gillard
Facebook @kindnessbloomsfamilyfarm

This licensed food establishment bakes with family recipes to keep the Czech heritage alive. Specialties include rohlicky, cream horns, and cabbage rolls.

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Mary Beth Winkler
Facebook at Kolache Kitchen-Winkler

This booth offers small batch slow cooked jams, homemade pie fillings, gourmet old fashion style lollipops, flavored butters, kosher dill pickles, bread and butter pickles offers and fresh produce.

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Kimberly Pendygraft
Facebook at mommanmadison

The Hibbards’ booth offers garlic scape, garlic, fresh and dried lavender bunches, lavender buds, loose leaf tea, and fresh herbs.

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Richard Hibbard

Vendor Patricia Palmer has over 10 years of bridal and special occasion alterations experience. Anything can be sewn at N E thing sew’s!

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Patricia Palmer
Facebook at nethingsews

Nou Her offers fruit and vegetables in season.

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Shirley Lor

Ashley and Ryan Ronowski’s Ventures creates custom décor for weddings and other special occasions, including memory candles/table signs, party gift bags, and personalized wall hangings/plaques with special sayings.

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Ashley Ronowski

All of our coffee is roasted locally with hickory wood in small batches using an antique Italian roaster. We pride ourselves on our sustainability as we compost all our used coffee grounds, use compostable paper bags, and utilize locally sourced renewable fuel. Even our straws are plasticless made from 100% biodegradable plant-based material! Our single origin coffee is Certified Organic and Fair Trade. We strive to provide the best cup of coffee, every time.

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Chris Garrett

The smell of popcorn popping makes this a tempting booth at the market. There are numerous flavors/colors to choose from, and fresh squeezed lemonade to quench your thirst.

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Joshua Glew

Titus Farms is a long-term vendor with the market, providing seasonal flowers, fruit, and vegetables and herbs. The Titus Farm philosophy is to raise food using compost and natural fertilizer to keep soil healthy, and hoeing and hand-weeding to keep the land free of herbicides. They strive to maximize tastiness of what they grow by minimizing the time between harvesting food and when it is eaten by their market customers.

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Rebecca Titus

Vendor Cathie Wood offers raw honey and honey based natural skin care products.

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Cathie Wood

What’s all the talk about Rubber Duckies? Actually, the Rotary Club booth at the Market is not about rubber duckies! Those little yellow critters are an integral part of one of the Rotary’s biggest fundraiser each year. All those little plastic ducks they sell are a means to a positive end.
For 21 years, the Williamston Sunrise Rotary has sold tickets that entitle you to your own “Rotary Duck”. Then during the Red Cedar Jubilee in late June, the “Duck Drop” sends hundreds of the numbered plastic duckies down the Red Cedar River, and prizes are awarded to winning ‘Duck Owners’. Through this fundraiser, the Rotary has raised and returned to our community over $400,000 dollars.

Operated by Liz Montemayor, Zulema’s Authentic Mexican Food booth serves breakfast burritos, tacos, tostadas, rice, and beans, tamales, salsa, pico de gallo, and tortilla chips. From the moment you enter the market, you will be tempted to experience Zulema’s menu!

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Liz Montemayor
517-202-9709’s Authentic Mexican Food

Become a Vendor

If you are interested in becoming a vendor with us in the 2019 market season, we would love to connect with you.