While Granor is primarily an active, operating farm, we offer a limited private dining experience on the farm intended to broaden people’s understanding of organic farming, our growing practices and the food we produce.
Taste of Granor features crops grown on our farm, all while celebrating the food culture of southwest Michigan around long tables and over good conversation. Throughout the season, we offer a variety of events connected to our farm. We focus on farming, eating, and learning about our regional food community.
Taste of Granor Update
Last year we suspended our Taste of Granor program due to COVID-related restrictions. While this was disappointing for us all, it provided Granor with an opportunity to consider changes and improvements to the program.
We are nearing completion of an innovative agricultural building that will be a multi-purpose greenhouse, a portion of which will include a new farm kitchen and programming space. Like our farmhouse experience, the greenhouse is located less than 100’ from our fields. The program will continue to feature vegetables grown and products made by Granor.
We are growing vegetables and flowers in the new greenhouse and moving into the kitchen began this week. We will devote the remainder of the summer to familiarizing ourselves with the space and equipment. Our bread baking and other Farm Store pantry items will transition to the greenhouse. We will also be staffing up and finalizing guest protocols around COVID, including determining whether proof of vaccination will be required.
Our plan is to make individual dining tickets available in late September.
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