Author Archives: Kelli Bartelotti

Detroit Eats: Peaches & Greens

This is the last market profile of the Detroit Eats! photo essay project, which started last July. When you were a kid, you knew the time of day that the ice cream truck would be visiting your street. Eagerly you’d … Continue reading

Detroit Eats: Downtown Farmers’ Market

It’s that time of year when we’re all dreaming of warmer weather and fresh produce, so we thought it would be a good time to restart the Detroit Eats! photo essay project, which started in July. This is the fifth … Continue reading

Detroit Eats: Meldrum Fresh Farmers’ Market

Earthworks Urban Farm was founded in 1999 by Brother Rick Samyn in an effort to feed the hungry while addressing “the systemic causes of poverty, broken relationships and a wounded Earth.” The garden has been growing in size, bounty, and … Continue reading

Detroit Eats: Oakland Avenue Farmers’ Market

This is the third market profile of Detroit Eats! photo essay project. Did you know that mustard seed can be planted in areas with high levels of lead in the ground to decontaminate the soil? Oakland Avenue market manager, Jerry Ann … Continue reading

Detroit Eats: Highland Park Farmers’ Market

This is the second market profile of Detroit Eats! photo essay project. The Highland Park Farmers’ Market is located in a parking lot next to a strip mall and the first Model T production plant. This interesting limbo between past and … Continue reading