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We were recently featured in the summer 2018 edition of “Edible Michiana,” the Michigan edition of the “Edible Communities” publications. The article discusses the benefits of fresh fundraising vs old school candy fundraising with an anecdote from author Deborah Rieth’s own life. Rieth expresses her preference for FarmRaiser’s market solution to fundraising and how she looks forward to a pint-sized pitcher from her community little league team asking her if she wants to buy some fresh produce to support their team.
Asparagus officinallis is one of the first crops that sprouts every year and is prided for its distinct taste and texture. For those ingrained in a local Michigan diet, asparagus is the first sign of a diverse abundance of fresh produce returning to the market.