I travel the rocky shores of Lake Superior and the gritty streets of Detroit taking pictures and researching travel guides.
-- Jeff Counts
Thursday, July 31, 2014
It's the time of year for Michigan produce
August is the time for buying local Michigan produce, and there's plenty of opportunities for it. Stores often mark where their produce is from, allowing consumers to make a choice. Buying local not only supports Michigan farmers, but cuts down on the amount of fuel used. Why buy tomatoes trucked in from some other state, when you can buy local. There are also farmers' markets in small and big towns, like Detroit's Eastern Market. Roadside stands are a favorite.