Produce and Markets

Produce and Markets

GROWN IN DETROIT Information available here.


Keep Growing Detroit and Gleaners Community Food Bank are partnering with four client­ choice pantries to connect growers that have extra fresh produce with pantries that are in need of fresh produce. For more detail or to find our how to participate click here.


Click here to order cold weather Grown to Order Vegetable, Herb, and Flower Transplants. Order deadline February 17, 2018.

Every season Keep Growing Detroit sells Grown-To-Order Vegetable, Herb, & Flower Transplants to small urban and regional farmers to do our part to make sure our food supply stays diverse and interesting. All plants are grown without the use of chemical pesticides or herbicides. The minimum order is one flat. Flats cost $15 each and contain 50 or 72 seedlings (customer’s choice). Payment is due at the time an order is placed. Availability is subject to change given limited quantities. Orders will be confirmed as they are received.

We will also have a limited supply of Grown-To-Order native perennial flowers contact us to learn more. 

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Detroit Grown & Made is a unique collaboration between FoodLab Detroit and Keep Growing Detroit that connects specialty food makers, processors, and distributors to urban gardeners and farmers participating in the Grown in Detroit program. The chefs, bakers, caterers, jam-makers, and business owners of FoodLab take veggies, berries, fruits, and herbs straight from the hands of GID’s many growers to create special edition products. And when we say special edition, we mean if you’re not here right now they may be only a memory already!

By purchasing a product with the Detroit Grown & Made label, you are supporting Detroit-based food businesses and the many farms and gardens of local growers. And, by virtue of that, you are contributing to the well-being of a dynamic and vibrant food system in the city of Detroit.


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