The white tinted area represents our pickup and delivery area. Pickups and deliveries occur on Wednesdays and Fridays year-round, and on Saturdays May-October.
See our pickup locations below.

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    ASI Pavilion, Bellaire

    Wednesday pickup is from 1:30-2pm at the ASI Pavilion in Bellaire, 312 Thayer Lane. This is the same pavilion used for the farmers market on Fridays in the summer, just drive up alongside us. This order cycle is open Thursday-Monday for Wednesday pickup.

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    Sara Hardy Farmers Market, Traverse City

    Saturdays mornings find us in stall 1797 near the corner of Grandview Parkway and Cass Street, across from the Bijou Theater. Pickups from 8-12. This order cycle is open Sunday-Wednesday for Saturday pickup.

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    Rotary Park, Elk Rapids

    Meet us at the Elk Rapids Farmers Market in Rotary Park on Fridays starting June 9th from 9-12, 305 US-31, our booth is near the Chamber of Commerce highway sign. This order cycle is open Thursday-Monday for Wednesday pickup.

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    Williamsburg, GT Butterfly House & Bug Zoo

    Meet us at the GT Butterfly House and Bug Zoo for a parking lot pickup from 3:00-3:15pm on Wednesdays. This order cycle is open Thursday-Monday for Wednesday pickup.

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    Bellaire Farmers Market

    At the ASI Pavillion, 312 Thayer Lane, on Friday mornings from 8-12. Pickup from 9-12 at our booth on the NE corner. This order cycle is open from Saturday-Wednesday for Friday pickup.

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    Deliveries on Wednesdays and Fridays year-round for $7.00. Choose this shipping option during checkout and if you have any questions email us at

  • Open Food Network
    Online Store

    To shop for your local food groceries and plants from co-op producers, click Shop Online. This takes you to the Open Food Network: non-profit and open-source software designed to help farmers collaborate and create thriving enterprises together.

  • About Producers

    Members of the Torch Lake Co-op and other local food producers are working together to make your local food procurement easier, while making farmer's routines more efficient, productive, and rewarding. We strive to create win/win relationships for those we serve- local food enthusiasts and our small farm community.

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    Did you know that we are a non-profit? Learn more about us by visiting our FAQ page. Be sure to join our weekly newsletter to stay up to date on the most current co-op news. Fill out our survey and update your preferences. yada yada?