Meet Our Vendors
The Cobblestone Farm Market is open to vendors of local organic products, with an emphasis on fresh produce, healthy prepared foods, locally and organically grown plants, and homemade crafts/art items. "Local" means produced in Michigan (preferably within 100 miles of Washtenaw County. This is a grower’s only market; all vendors must grow their own product and produce their own baked goods.
Berkshire Farms - Honey & garlic
Colette Szabo of Berkshire Farms.
Brookside Farms - Blueberries
Carol Brooks has been farming for over 70 years! She planted the Brookside blueberry patch over 25 years ago, and in all that time she has not sprayed pesticides or used fertilizers on the field and surrounding fields.
Eat Ideas - Greens, root vegetables, tomatoes
Evan Dayringer of Eat Ideas Farm brings unique produce to market like medicinal burdock root, and Garden Peach Tomatoes - a delicious yellow tomato with a fuzzy skin. Evan has a degree in mathametics from MSU and got his start in farming at Tantre Farm, where he began starting seeds in the greenhouse and preparing oak logs to grow shiitake mushrooms, he was struck by the elemental pleasure of the tasks. “It felt good to have some work that was real,” he says.
Eisenhower Center Farm - Fresh produce, soap, birdhouses
Set on a working hobby farm in Manchester, Eisenhower Center Farm provides caring, individualized job training for people recovering from traumatic brain injury. They are able to tailor their time at the program to meet their unique interests and abilities while learning valuable vocational skills.
Folktory - Raw Bars, Granola Bars, Handcrafted Herbal/Medicinal Teas
We are a lively bunch of ridiculous makers and artisanal bakers that live and breathe in MI. On any given market day, we have been known to feature Raw bars, Granola Bars, Homemade Vegan & Gluten-Free edibles & Handcrafted Herbal/Medicinal teas. We make all of our goods with the best possible ingredients... all natural, local, and of course healthy products that taste good and are good for you. Bicycle Food made by real folks with crazy creative ideas.
And if you can't make it to the market, check out their online store.
Green Things Farm - Fresh produce, heirloom tomatoes, melons, corn
Nate and Jill Lada started Green Things Farm in the spring of 2011. We met during our studies at the University of Michigan and together we decided that the best way to spend our days outside would be farming. We grow over 60 different kinds of vegetables organically and raise chickens and goats. We love farming and cannot wait to get more seeds in the ground and produce on your plate!
Hut-K Chaats - NutriLicious Indian street food
We create nutritious and delicious dishes with micronutrient rich fresh and dry fruits, whole ancient grains, and heart-healthy nuts. We add flavor with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory rich spices and herbs, enhance the delicacy with leafy greens, and fine tune further with addition of healthy raw fruit and veggie chutneys. The results: an exquisite dining delight!
Living Stones Community Farm - Fresh produce, greens, root vegetables
Living Stones farm provides an opportunity for returning citizens to learn life and business skills in an atmosphere of acceptance and accountability.
Lydia and her Mum - Homemade breads (including gluten-free), cinnamon rolls, and dinner rolls
This mother and daughter duo hand makes all sorts of tasty baked goods... and they also accept custom orders!
Native Plant Nursery - Native plants grown from local, wild-collected seed
Owned by Greg Vaclavek, the Native Plant Nursery has been Ann Arbor's premier source native perennials since 1998. The nursery grows over 160 native species, and Greg can help you decide the best ones for your yard! Greg grew up in the bustling metropolis of Garden City, just west of Detroit, when there were still some open lots, a few woodlots remaining, and even a dirt road or two. Some of Greg's favorite native plants are Wild Senna, Boneset, White Vervain, and White Avens.
The Mother Loaf - Sourdough Breads, Special Loaves, Sweet Breads
The Mother Loaf is a family operation - Jeremiah and his mama, Susan (aka Mama Susan) collaborate in the kitchen to create naturally leavened breads made with Michigan-grown, organic ingredients. At the market, you can sample their Sourdough, Salted Rye, and Multi-Grain Breads as well as special loaves and sweet breads that change weekly.
Mindo Chocolate Makers - Brownies, Rustic Chocolate Bars, Chocolate- Dipped Raspberry-Basil Ice Cream
Our goal is to produce the best tasting chocolate possible while maintaining high ethical standards. The majority of the cacao in the world are hybrids designed to grow small, easy to harvest, highly productive trees. Unfortunately, flavor was not one of the goals when they created the hybrids. We purchase and promote the use of Nacional Variety heirloom cocoa beans. The farm where we get our cocoa beans is owned by an Ecuadorian farmer who is a trained medical doctor who works one day per week as a physician. Crops on the farm are not sprayed with any pesticides and no artificial fertilizers are used, the farm received its organic certification in Ecuador in February, 2010. The cacao trees grow intermixed with other plants and trees promoting midge population (cacao pollinators) and also maintains habitat for birds and other animals.
Pilar's Tamales - Tamale Meal with Homemade Red salsa, Casamiento, Fried plantains
Here at Pilar’s Tamales, we use only the freshest ingredients for our Salvadoran cuisine, including organic, locally-grown produce and antibiotic-free and hormone-free meats. All of our stocks, salsa, sauces, and salads are homemade. We also offer numerous vegan and vegetarian dishes, and many of our foods are gluten-free.
Raynor Organic Farm - Fresh produce, Vegetable Plant Seedlings
Green Adventures Camp, a Ann Arbor Rec & Ed summer camp for children entering 1st - 5th grades, has been involved in restoring the old Raynor Berry Farm in Dixboro. For the last 4 years, the children have established 6 active beehives, raised chickens, learned where food comes from and grew enough to share at the Market!
Seeley Farm - Salad greens, edible flowers, root vegetables
Seeley Farm is owned and operated by Alex Cacciari and Mark Nowak at the Tilian Farm Development Center in Ann Arbor Township. We are growing a diverse selection of greens year round. Our crops vary with the season and cover a wide variety including arugula, lettuces, kale, chard, endives and escaroles, Asian greens, mustards, as well as some more rare greens like amaranth, purslane, sorrel, New Zealand and Malabar spinach, mache, claytonia, radicchio and more.
Silvio's Organic Pizza - Pizza, Italian pastries
Silvio is from Italy’s Abruzzo region, and Silvio’s pizza is thoroughly Italian. For 25 years, in his father’s bakery, Silvio was lovingly taught to produce the highest quality breads and pizza dough. The flavorful crust incorporates fine olive oil and is made with organic flour exactly the way Silvio’s father made it.At Silvio’s, we use organic ingredients because we value health… ours, yours, and the health of our planet.
Simple Pleasures - Baked goods
Fudge Bars, Coconut Macaroons, Brownie Bites, Orange Creme Cupcake - all amazingly delicious and also vegan and gluten-free!
Snowbird Trading Post - Crafts
Stone School Bakery - Cheddar Crackers, Rustic Granola, fresh Pumpkin Pie (in season), Pretzels, Cookies, Cakes
Bakers Amanda, Katie and Annie sell products made from scratch using the best organic and local ingredients we can source. Everything they sell is a product that they would (and do!) feed to our families, and they are pretty picky!
Two Owl Arts - Jewelry
Become a Vendor
Cobblestone Farm Market is committed to supporting local organic growers and producers through the creation of a vibrant marketplace that is welcoming to all members of our community. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please fill out the vendor application below.
Questions? contact Jeannine Palms at: firstname.lastname@example.org