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Creekside Greenhouse

ContactMildred Collins
Address322 Pokagon Street
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone(269) 414-2122

Creekside Greenhouse, conveniently located within the city limits, provides a selection of annuals, perrenials, ornamental grasses and ground cover.  Creekside also carries a variety of hostas and a small selection of bushes.  They are known for their generous-sized hanging baskets of annuals and fall mums, and their flats of marigolds and petunias.

Creekside opens the first weekend of May, with its season continuing through October.    On occasion, Creekside is among the vendors of Dowagiac's Farm & Artisan Market, and is a downtown vendor at both Dowagiac's Summer in the City and Under the Harvest Moon festivals.   


Dussel's Farm Market & Greenhouses

ContactMark & Kristi Dussel
EmailDusselsFarmMarket@gmail.com
Address21765 M-60
Cassopolis, MI 49031
(directions)
Telephone269-445-8715

Dussel's Farm Market & Greenhouses is a family-owned and operated business, which offers a wide variety of locally-grown fruits & vegetables, groceries, fresh floral and gifts.  It also carries greenhouse annuals, perrenials, trees and schrubs, and garden supplies.  In addition, Dussel's provides landscape services.  The market is open year round. 


Krohne's Last Stand

ContactWilliam (Bill) Krohne
Emailinfo@KrohnePlantFarms.com
Address65295 CR 342
Hartford, MI 49057
(directions)
Telephone269-424-5423

Krohne's Last Stand features fresh asparagus and strawberries beginning in late-April. Krohne's Last Stand is located approximately one and a half miles east of Sister Lakes on CR 342.

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Mennel Milling Co. of Michigan Inc.

ContactJosiah Boulee'
EmailJBoulee@Mennel.com
Address301 S. Mill St.
Dowagiac , MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-5175
Fax269-782-9273

Mennel Milling Co. manufactures and delivers superior-quality soft wheat flour to the bakery and food processing industries throughout the Midwest. The company's long history of outstanding service and customer satisfaction has made it a leader in the milling industry.

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Steinbauer Performance

ContactSherie Jones, Public Relations Manager
EmailSherie@SteinbauerUSA.com
Address22790 Fosdic Street
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone704-587-0856

Steinbauer Performance makes aftermarket modules for 25 percent more power and torque for diesel engines, specializing in agricultural equipment, as well as for cars, trucks and RVs. 

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Tractor Supply Company

ContactKent Montane, Store Manager
Emailstr2226@TractorSupply.com
Address56418 Pokagon Street
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-9920

Tractor Supply Company's mission is to work hard, have fun and make money by providing legendary customer service and great products at everyday low prices. 

 

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Wright Farms' Market

ContactSteve Wright
EmailStWrightFarms@gmail.com
Address57470 M-51 South
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-259-1223

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