The Trade Show is TWO DAYS this year. Come check it out between 10:00am and 7:00pm on Friday, January 26 and between 8:30am and 5:00pm on Saturday, January 27. The Trade Show is included in the price of the conference ticket, and is open to the public after 1:30pm for $5 tickets, sold on-site. 

Reach the largest gathering of small farmers in Michigan.

Information for 2018 Exhibitor Registration can be found here






Current Exhibitors

AgriEnergy Resources

All Weather Seal of West Michigan

B&B Outdoor Furnaces

Bear Earth Herbals


Byron Seeds LLC

CBS Solar

Certified Naturally Grown

Cherry Capital Foods

Cherry Republic

CS Mott Sustainable Agriculture

Cultured Ferments Co.

De Dell Seeds, Inc.

Dunkley International

Earthwork Farm

Eco-Building Products, Inc.

Ellsworth Farmer's Exchange

Fischer Insurance

Fraleigh Law

Grain Train

Grand Traverse Conservation District

Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy

GreenStone Farm Credit Services


Harvest Energy Solutions

Herbal Lodge

High Mowing Organic Seeds

Higher Grounds

Inhabitect, LLC

Johnny's Selected Seeds

Mechanical Transplanter Co., LLC

Mishigami Group

Michigan Agency for Energy

Michigan Agricultural Mediation Program

MI Barn Preservation Network

Michigan Beefalo Breeders Association

Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation

Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development - Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MDARD - MAEAP)

Michigan Farmers Market Association 

Michigan Farmers Union

Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance

Monte Packaging

Morgan Composting

MSU Center for Regional Food Systems

MSU North Farm at UPREC

MSU Student Organic Farm

MSU Product Center

MSUE Districts 3&14

MSUE Greening Michigan Institute's Community Food System Group

MSUE Produce Safety

Native Connections

Nature's International Certification Services

Nifty Hoops

North Central Michigan College

Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association


Otsego Conservation District

Rockford Package Supply

SARE/Michigan State University Extension

Saskatoon Berry Institute of North America


Sip, Pick and Pack: How Pollinators Help Plants Make Seeds

Smokin' Tomatoes

Taste the Local Difference

The Fertrell Company


USDA Farm Service Agency

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service


Woods Farm