Whether it be what you eat, wear or do, we have it for you! Find sustainably resourced goods and/or practices at these local businesses:
For one, it’s a locally owned grocery store, but the Marquette Food Co-op is also so much more. They provide “shoppers with access to organic, local, wholesome, and fairly-traded food and products”. Stop by and try their hot food bar or pick up some groceries for your beach day here!
502 W. Washington St., Marquette, Mich. 49855 // 906.225.0671
Grab lunch upstairs or a milkshake and candy downstairs — everything is packaged in biodegradable wrapping to reduce waste. Not to mention, they’re in the process of switching over to fair-trade, organic, ethically sourced chocolate.
137 W Washington St., Marquette, Mich. 49855 // 906.226.6110
Eco-friendly jewelry is a must! Beth Millner Jewelry makes items made from recycled metal, local Upper Peninsula copper from the former White Pine Mine in Ontonagon, Mich. and even recycled diamonds. Stop downtown and get eco-friendly jewelry for any season!
521 W Washington St, Marquette, Mich. 49855 // 906.226.3540
A wide variety of baked goods to fit all of your needs. Marquette Baking Company offers vegan and gluten-free goods to accommodate all. Satisfy your eco-friendly diet here!
117 W Baraga Ave, Marquette, Mich. 49855 // 906.228.3777
What is better than a cup of joe? A cup of joe that can be traced to the exact person who grows those beans! Velodrome Coffee Co. sources their coffee sustainably and even lets customers know who grew it with a stamp on the cup.
519 W Washington St, Marquette, Mich. 49855 // 906.273.2556
Using locally sourced eggs, dairy and coffee, along with sustainably sourced Belgian chocolate, Towner’s Pastry Shoppe is a must-stop during your next time in Gwinn!
37 W M-35, Gwinn, Mich. 49841 // 906.372.4004
Local, natural foods, a killer deli, and a mix of clothing and art all in one? You heard that right! Rare Earth Goods is a gem in Ishpeming for local goods.
200 E Division St, Ishpeming, Mich. 49849 // 906.485.5650
An eclectic mix of local U.P. vendors every Saturday beginning May 23 through early December. **Due to COVID-19, the Downtown Market Farmer’s Market is currently ALL ONLINE.