Case

Country Mill Farms v. City of East Lansing

The Tennes Family was banned from the farmer’s market by the city of East Lansing simply because of their beliefs about marriage (6/15/2020)

Client Story

Country Mill Farms

Watch the story of the Tennes Family who was banned from the farmer’s market by the city of East Lansing simply because of their beliefs about marriage. (4/19/2020)

Blog

Michigan City Targets the Viewpoints of Family-Owned Orchard

ADF filed a lawsuit on behalf of Country Mill Farms, defending their right to speak about their religious beliefs without fear of government punishment. (4/20/2020)

Blog

Court Rules Country Mill Can Return to Farmer's Market

A federal judge issued an order that will allow Country Mill to return to the farmer’s market while their civil liberties lawsuit against East Lansing proceeds. (4/20/2020)

Blog

Country Mill Goes to Court

ADF will be representing Country Mill Farms before a court tomorrow, defending their freedom to live and work peacefully according to their faith. (4/20/2020)

Blog

Banned from the Farmer’s Market Because of a Facebook Post

For years, they sold their produce at a farmer’s market in East Lansing, Michigan. But then something changed. (12/4/2020)

Blog

When “Diversity” Does Not Include Bible-Believing Christians

East Lansing can’t preach diversity, then turn around and discriminate against people of faith because those people hold and express views the City does not like. (4/20/2020)

Blog

What This U.S. Veteran and Apple Farmer Can Teach Us About Freedom

To all veterans: thank you so much for your service. (9/29/2020)

Press Release

Michigan farmer to court: Stop city’s religious discrimination, let me sell food to everyone

Farmer, ADF attorney available to media following hearing Wednesday in lawsuit challenging East Lansing ordinance (4/19/2020)