How to buy from The Land Loom
With so many great markets and restaurants popping up in the Ann Arbor area that promote local food, and a greater awareness of the importance of local food production, it's easier than ever to be a part of the movement.
Salad Club (Spring and Fall sessions)
Ever the backbone of our operation, this wholesale salad mix membership is designed to fit the needs of salad-loving individuals, families, and groups of friends, providing its members with a weekly distribution of fresh, locally grown salad mix, to be picked up in Ann Arbor or at the farm.
Winter Spinach Club
This session runs from mid December through late February, providing it's members with a weekly distribution of frost-sweetened spinach leaves during the depths of winter.
Market Club (NEW!)
Introducing Market Club, a flexible and convenient way to be a part of community supported agriculture.
Receive more value when you shop at the Kerrytown Farmers Market by becoming a member of the Market club and using your club card to buy land loom produce.
Kerrytown Farmers Market
Wednesday & Saturday, from 7am - 3pm. The longest standing farmers market in Ann Arbor is a bustling and vibrant place to shop. The Land Loom will be attending this market June Through October.
Argus Farm Stop
Open Weekdays 7:00-7:00, Saturdays 7:00-6:00, Sundays 8:00-6:00! 325 West Liberty Ann Arbor 48103. This Ann Arbor neighborhood market offers the widest variety of locally produced food and artisan products anywhere in the area. In their words:
"We are a YEAR-ROUND, EVERY DAY Farmer's Market. We're the next generation of the farmer's market model.
Over 140 farms and producers sell their products at Argus. Our farms OWN their products, they PRICE their products, and they receive 80% of the sale price. It's a simple model designed to grow consumer access to locally grown foods."
The Land Loom regularly sells summer salad mix and winter spinach as well as a variety of other vegetable, herbs and flowers through Argus Farm Stop.
With less than an acre of field production and a single hoop house for year-round production, we have had the most success working with buyers who value a high quality and seasonally changing selection of crops rather than large quantities of consistent items.
To start a conversation about sourcing vegetables for your business, or to starting receiving our weekly wholesale list, contact Hannah at email@example.com or (231)313-8489.
The Farm at St. Joe's hospital CSA
The Land Loom regularly contributes produce to the multi-farmer CSA coordinated by the Farm at St. Joe's Hospital.