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Friday, March 15, 2019

REGISTER! Cultivate Michigan Marketplace - Mar 26 in Bangor, MI


This is a reminder that the registration deadline for the upcoming Cultivate Michigan Marketplace in Bangor on March 26th is approaching soon! Please find event details below in both Spanish and English, including links to register by March 19th.




Colleen Matts

Farm to Institution Specialist | Core Partner, National Farm to School Network

Center for Regional Food Systems | Michigan State University

480 Wilson Rd | Rm 302B Natural Resources Building | East Lansing, MI 48824

(p) 517.432.0310 |




Acompaña a lideres de Granja a Institución para un evento al estilo conoce al cliente, este 26 de Marzo 2019 en Bangor, MI. Este evento de redes provee una oportunidad para proveedores locales, regionales e instituciones del servicio de comida para conectarse sobre comida local.


Quien debería participar?

  • Compradores Institucionales de servicio de comida interesados en adquirir productos de comida locales de granjeros y vendedores de la región.
  • Proveedores de comida interesados en vender productos locales a compradores institucionales de comida en la región. Granjeros, Procesadoras y distribuidores a cual quier escala son bienvenidos.

Cuando y donde:

Regístrate para participar en este evento regional. Completamente gratuito para ambos Compradores institucionales y Proveedores de comida, (Espacio limitado registración requerida antes de la fecha siguiente).

  • Bangor – Marzo 26 2019, - Congnito Brewery – 4:00 – 6:00 PM

Registración cierra alas 5PM este Martes 19 de Marzo  

Anfitriones Locales: Mariel Borgman, MSU Extencion, Gaby Gerken, People's Food Co-op of Kalamazoo, y John Egelhaaf, Southwest Michigan Planning Commission

Mas informacion y registración en:



Este evento de Cultivate Michigan Marketplace es brindado por The Michigan Farm to Institution Network con fondos de la W.K. Kellogg Foundatio. Coordinadores y anfitriones de MSU Center for Regional Food Systems, MSU Extencion, Southwest Michigan Planning Commission y The People's Food Co-Op of Kalamazoo.




Join fellow farm to institution leaders for a regional meet-the-buyers style event in Bangor, MI on March 26th, 2019. This networking event provides an opportunity for local and regional food suppliers and institutional food service buyers to connect around local food.


Who should participate?

  • Institutional Food Service Buyers interested in purchasing local food products from farmers and vendors in their region.
  • Food Suppliers interested in selling local foods to institutional food buyers in the region. Farmers, food hubs, processors and distributors of any scale are welcome.


How the event works:

It's a mix between speed-dating and a trade show! Cultivate Michigan Marketplace events are unique in that they focus on meeting the needs of institutional food service buyers. Each event is regional in scope and intended for institutional buyers and food suppliers of all scales. Buyers will be stationed at tables around the room, and suppliers will rotate to meet with buyers of their choice. Light refreshments will be provided along with plenty of time to mix and mingle!


The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Michigan Good Food Fund, and Michigan Food and Farming Systems (MIFFS) will also have resource tables at the event.


When and where:

Register to participate in this regional event. It is free for both institutional buyers and food suppliers to attend, but space is limited and registration is required by the deadline below.

  • Bangor – March 26 – Cognito Brewery - 4:00 - 6:00 PM
    Register by 5 PM Tuesday, March 19
    Local Hosts: Mariel Borgman, MSU Extension, Gaby Gerken, People's Food Co-op of Kalamazoo, and John Egelhaaf, Southwest Michigan Planning Commission


Register by March 19 at CMMarketplace2019.



This Cultivate Michigan Marketplace is brought to you by the Michigan Farm to Institution Network with funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Coordinators and hosts include the MSU Center for Regional Food Systems, MSU Extension, Southwest Michigan Planning Commission and the People's Food Co-op of Kalamazoo.


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