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Agricultural Economy Features

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Michigan farmers markets: Come for the farm-fresh produce, leave with a stronger community

All across Michigan, farmers markets are open throughout the year and have that special something that brings people together for more than the fruit and vegetables: community.

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Incubator kitchens help launch new Michigan food businesses

A small commercial kitchen equipped with the basics could cost $50,000, a price beyond the reach of most beginning food business owners. Luckily, food incubators across the state give them a place for their businesses to grow.

Jordan Polk

Gardening for personal growth: Detroit's youth gardening programs do much more than build skills

Community, healthy living, and sustainability are common themes among youth gardening programs in the city of Detroit—programs that engage young people in a conversation about how to change themselves and the places they live.

Skilled Trades

Agricultural skilled trades offer job opportunities for Michiganders

What does not require a four-year college education, is in demand, and pays well? Skilled-trade food and ag jobs. And the opportunities are out there across Michigan.

Walther Farms

Potatoes, Pop, and JIFFY Corn Muffins: Michigan's agri-businesses thrive and reinvest

Agriculture, food processors, and related businesses employ 923,000 Michiganders—22 percent of the state’s workforce. And many of them are committed to staying, and investing, in the state. 
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