Radio Made in Michigan
11:37 am
Thu June 6, 2013

Economic potential for farmers markets expands

Customers inspect vegetables at the Allen Street Farmers Market in Lansing, which boasts everything from fresh tamales to musical guests. That market runs each Wednesday from 2pm to 7pm.
Credit Becky McKendry

As the summer weather gets nicer, farmers markets seem to be multiplying around the area. But it's not as simple as just popping up tents and selling veggies. 

Current State's Peter Whorf speaks with Dru Montri, Director of the Michigan Farmers Market Association, to talk about market trends, realities, and the work behind the markets that go unseen.

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