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Produce, Coops, CSA's, Community Gardens, and Farmers Markets

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Dream of Wild Health owns it's 30-acre farm in Hugo, MN. The farm is a safe space, a sacred place. The farm raises fruits and vegetables, wild plants, a berry orchard, and has a two acre pollinator meadow. 

Follow them on Facebook to learn about workshops, events, and store hours. 

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Micmac Farms is a grower and producer of healthy wholesome foods. We plant more than 4-acres of vegetables a year and our hatchery is home to 53,000 Maine brook trout. Visit the farm store every Friday from 10am-6pm or Saturday from 9am-3pm. 

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Little Sky's Farm is a micro-farm based in the river community of Hudson, Wisconsin. Regenerating the soil, the farm converts a lawn into fertile beds for growing vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers. We offer farm pickups every Saturday from 9am-2pm and home delivery options. 

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Ziibimijwang is committed to improving mno-bimaadiziwin of the Odawak community through sustainable agriculture, organic growing, and indigenous food systems! Visit the Minogin Market in Mackinaw City Wed-Sunday from 11am-6pm OR follow them on Facebook to find out farmers market locations. 

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Birds N' Things Farms is a family owned small farm operation. They raise livestock on a 5 acre farm in Ashland, WI. Producing great pasture raised poultry, pork, beef, lamb, goat and so much more!  Find them at the Bayfield Area Farmer's Market or reach out to the farm for custom orders. 

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 The Osage Nation provides healthy foods for its people and their neighbors. They grow fruits and vegetables year round and provide fish from their aquaponics system. With their new processing facility, the Osage Nation provides beef and bison to Osage citizens. 

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The Passamaquoddy and other Wabanaki Tribes have been harvesting wild blueberries for centuries and continue honor this unique cultural tradition. With around 2,000 acres of barrens, the Passamaquoddy Wild Blueberry Company is one of the largest wild blueberry farmers in the world and is able to meet the needs of large and small wild blueberry buyers.

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Sakari Farms specializes in Tribal Food Production growing unique Flower, Vegetable, Herbs, Seed and Value Added Products. Their current growing creations consist of specialty tribal peppers, tomatoes, herbs and one of a kind native flowers. Follow them on Facebook to learn about workshops, events, and store hours. 

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The San Xavier Cooperative Association is committed to healthy farming practices and growing traditional crops to support the cultural and environmental values. 

 

Visit the farm from 8am-5pm Wednesday-Friday and 8am-1pm Saturdays. 

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Wombyn's 

Wellness Garden

WWG connects between healthy families/bodies, food access & gatherings. Bringing sanctuary, a communal time where folks come to do self healing with land. Follow their Facebook to learn about events, workshops, and farmers market locations. 

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Awlyahsi·yó̲· Garden

Awlyahsi·yó· grows over 100 different varieties of vegetables, herbs and flowers at their farm, and their CSA provides many well-known favorites as well as some unique varieties. 

 

Follow their Facebook to learn about events, workshops, and farmers market locations. 

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