Ypsilanti Farmers Markets
Growing Hope's Farmers Markets aim to increase access to fresh and healthy food while supporting our local economy and developing our downtowns and communities. By providing a venue for farmers, urban market gardens, and other entrepreneurs, we contribute to health of the community and the viability of our local food system. Our positive growth in food stamp and other low-income programs at the Farmers Market has led us to advise other markets to help them replicate our success. We will celebrate the Downtown Ypsi Farmers Market's market's eight season in 2013, thanks to dedicated partners Washtenaw County Public Health, the Ypsilanti Food Co-op, and MSU-Extension, with continued support from the Ypsilanti Health Coalition. And, in addition to our core Tuesday market, as of 2013, we're thrilled to be managing the Ypsilanti Depot Town Farmers Market on Saturdays as well! We're also being contracted by the cities of Wayne and Westland to manage their markets on Wednesdays and Thursdays, respectively.
All of our markets have very active facebook pages, which are a great way to follow along with what's happening week to week. Check them out and 'like' the Ypsilanti Farmers Markets, Wayne Farmers Market, and Westland Farmers Market today!
- Become an Ypsilanti Farmers Market Vendor- scroll below for the applications!
- Our Vendors
- Ypsilanti Growers' Cooperative
- Become a Market Sponsor
- Become a Friend of the Ypsilanti Farmers Markets
- Market History
- Market Impact & Reports
- Healthy Food Access
Special thanks to our 2013 Market Sponsors and Partners! Without their contributions the market would not be able to continue offering fresh local food to our community! For more information on how to become a market sponsor visit our sponsorship page or scroll below for our sponsorship opportunity form! Get in touch with Amanda for more.