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Eat Local! What’s growing in Michigan this summer

Eat Local! What’s growing in Michigan this summer

Local First
5/22/19
Local Business, Eat Local

Here's just a taste of what's available during Michigan's growing season! For more information, visit fruitridgemarket.com or download the Country Market Guide

May Asparagus 

June Strawberries

July Sweet and Sour/pie cherries

July Raspberries

July & August Peaches 

Mid-July through August Blueberries

Late July Sweet corn

August, September & October Apples, Cider, donuts,

September & October corn mazes, hay rides, pet farm animals, and other agritourism activities

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