Flowerfield Township is located in St. Joseph County, Michigan

12020 M-216
Marcellus, MI 49067

Phone: (269) 646-9121


Highlights and upcoming events

July 11- Board of Trustees Meeting 7 p.m.

July 20- Planning Commission Meeting 6:30 p.m.
Informational Meeting For Hog Farm Being Built on M-216
Wednesday, July 26 at 7 pm.
For interested citizens regarding the Hog Farm Animal Feeding Operation (AFO) that has been approved by the Michigan Department of Agriculture and is currently under construction on property just west of the corner of Oak Plain Road and M-216.
Owner explain what is being built, hog and piglet capacity, and other operational plans for waste collection and removal and groundwater protection.  He will take all questions from residents. 
The township board will insist that all interactions be courteous and respectful.
Historical Information
The first permanent white man settlement in Flowerfield was in 1829 by Michael Beadle. This was at the now village of Flowerfield. In the early
days this township was known for timberlands and open oaks. David
Beadle operated the first mill in the township and in the village. Many
times the local Indians would loot the vegetables from the garden and
slide in the chimney hole on the roof of houses and steal the bacon and
flour.

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