SO UT H E RN W I SCO N S I N Your guide to local farms, farmersâ€™ markets, grocers, restaurants, U-picks and more! 10th anniversary edition
Welcome to the 10th anniversary edition of the Southern Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas™ The atlas is your guide to local food and the people who bring it to us. Whether you’re looking to connect directly with farmers, for a farmers’ market in your area, or a local retailer or restaurant serving local foods, this resource will help you make delicious and sustainable choices. The Southern WI Farm Fresh Atlas is brought to you by:
REAP Food Group www.reapfoodgroup.org In partnership with: Dane County Farmers’ Market & the Friends of the DCFM www.dcfm.org UW-Madison Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems www.cias.wisc.edu Thank you to the project team: Layout & Design: Damis Newman, damisdesigns.com Cartography: Bill Buckingham, mapgiving.org Photography: Bill Lubing, lubingcreative.com Data Entry: Katie Godfrey Project Coordination: Miriam Grunes Research and editing: Cris Carusi, Laura Kearney, Joan Braune, Judy Hageman, Becca Lamson, Erin Courtenay, Katie Godfrey, Maria Davis
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Research, Education, Action and Policy on Food Group (REAP) is building a regional food system that is healthful, just, and both environmentally and economically sustainable. REAP connects producers, consumers, policy makers, educators, businesses and organizations to nourish the links between land and table. REAP is committed to projects that shorten the distance from farm to table, support small family farmers, encourage sustainable agricultural practices, preserve the diversity and safety of our food supply, and address the food security of everyone in our community. The Southern WI Farm Fresh Atlas 2011 is generously underwritten by:
REAP Food Group 306 E. Wilson St. #2E • Madison, WI • 53703 email@example.com • (608)310-7836
Farm Fresh Atlas™ is a trademark of Research, Education, Action and Policy on Food Group, Inc., used with permission by grassroots coalitions throughout Wisconsin to produce five independent atlases: Farm Fresh Atlas™ of Eastern Wisconsin, Western Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas™, Farm Fresh Atlas™ of Southeastern Wisconsin, Southern Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas™, and Central Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas™. Learn more by visiting www.farmfreshatlas.org.
Our Sustainability Pledge:
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All farms listed in the atlas have made pledges that they are:
Canned & Baked Goods
• Family or cooperatively owned • Committed to reducing the application of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers
• Treating animals with care, respect and access to outdoors • Protecting land and water resources
Cheese & Dairy
• Providing safe and fair working conditions • Selling Wisconsin products they have grown on their farm or helped produce
Community Supported Agriculture
Listed restaurants and businesses are locally owned and make a pledge to sell or support local, fair trade and sustainable foods.
Crafts & Fibers
How to use this atlas:
Find a farm or business alphabetically: Listings are in four sections: Farms, Buy Fresh Buy Local Restaurants, Businesses and Organizations, and Farmers’ Markets.
Fruit Health & Beauty
Find a farm or business geographically: Look for numbers on the map on pages 22-23 and then find those numbers in the farm listings beginning on page 2.
Herbs & Flowers Meat & Poultry
Find a particular product: Refer to the icons listed next to each farm listing. (See product icon key to the right.)
Honey, Syrup or Sorghum
CONTENTS: Farms ...........................................................................pages 2-21 Map ...........................................................................pages 22-23 Buy Fresh Buy Local Restaurants ................. pages 24-31 Businesses and Organizations ....................... pages 32-41 Farmers’ Markets ................................................ pages 42-45
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Ray & Alice Antoniewicz 1820 Schuster Rd., Oregon, WI 53575 (608) 835-5553, cell: (608) 212-8526 fax: (608) 835-0243 firstname.lastname@example.org www.a-zfarm.com
A-Z Farm is conveniently located south of the Madison Beltline off Hwy 14, near Oregon. We offer delicious pasture raised lamb and chickens without feeding animal byproducts, growth stimulants or hormones. Freezer lambs, individual cuts of lamb, roasting chickens, sheep pelts, wool, yarn, meat rabbits, eggs and wool blankets are available. See our website for details. VISITORS WELCOME, BUT PLEASE CALL AHEAD. Map E3
Amazing Grace Family Farm Janet Kassel-Blakeney, Don & Chris Blakeney 1438 N. Cty H, Janesville, WI 53548 (608) 876-6311 email@example.com www.amazinggracefamilyfarm.com
Since 1976…offering: vegetables from asparagus to zucchini; honey; grass-fed, humanely raised beef. All free of chemicals, pesticides, hormones, GMOs, antibiotics, etc. Farming practices utilize principles of sustainability and ecological diversity. Selling at on-farm veggie stand, local farmers’ markets and food co-ops. Twenty-week CSA program. We are confident you will be satisfied. Available for workshops. TOURS AND VISITORS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, PLEASE. Map E4
Carol & Ed Knapton 4311 Vilas Hope Rd. Cottage Grove, WI 53527 (608) 222-2269 fax: (608) 222-1234 firstname.lastname@example.org www.americasbestflowers.com
Dan & Catherine Kleiber N9387 Riverview Dr., Waterloo, WI 53594 (920) 478-9696 email@example.com www.anisopteraacres.com Anisoptera Acres offers pasture raised pork and beef, free-range chicken and duck, and honey. We grow most of our own feed on our farm. We use no hormones, antibiotics or animal byproducts in our feed. All of our meat is processed by local, state inspected facilities. VISITORS WELCOME, BUT PLEASE CALL AHEAD. Map F2
America’s Best Flowers
Disney World with so much color. We have 2 acres of greenhouses with many unique annuals, perennials and flowering shrubs. Lots of fun and information at our gardening and vegetable classes, plus our make-and-take workshops. Fundraising for nonprofit organizations. Just outside city limits of Madison, just off of Cottage Grove Rd. (Cty BB) at 4311 Vilas Hope Rd. Map E3
David Wildes 8079 Maurer Rd., Cross Plains, WI 53526 (608) 798-2780 firstname.lastname@example.org www.theappleberryfarm.com Conveniently located near the west Beltline of Madison; 4 miles west on Mineral Point Rd., left on Timber Ln., right on Maurer Rd. The scenic farm provides a wholesome family experience and famously fresh food. U-pick strawberries, raspberries and sweet corn. Heirloom apples, pumpkins, caramel apples, fresh cider, donuts, brats, hayrides and school tours. Map D3
Artos Handcrafted Bakery & Foods
John, Virginia & Sylvan Goeke E8303 Hwy SS, Viroqua, WI 54665 (608) 606-2369 email@example.com
Artos Bakery—like no other—where the bakers are farmers! The work of our family’s hands brings you foods grown and prepared with integrity from Sylvan Meadows Farm to your plate. The seasonal harvest of fruits, heirloom vegetables, herbs, mushrooms and grass-fed meats find their way into Artos Bakery, where we handcraft European-style sourdough breads, rustic pastries, flatbreads, fruit preserves, heirloom tomato sauces, pickles and more. Find us Saturdays at the Dane County Farmers’ Market, or join our unique CSA. We use only sustainable and organic ingredients. NO VISITORS, PLEASE. Wholesale available. Map B1
The Berry Farmer, Inc.
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 32) Map F4
John & Jean Pinkston E10222 Hoot Owl Rd., Baraboo, WI 53913 (608) 355-1965 firstname.lastname@example.org www.theberryfarmer.com
Birch House Farm
Liz and Katie Birkhauser 7930 Coray Ln., Verona, WI 53593 (608) 845-6460 fax: (608) 845-6461 email@example.com www.birchhousefarm.com
We are a small, diversified farm offering seasonal gourmet vegetables, mushrooms, edible flowers, sprouts, wild edibles, cut flowers, pastured poultry, herbs and medicinals. We have a variety of CSA share options and encourage our members to come get their hands dirty to help us share our harvest with those in need. We also sell to restaurants and at farmers’ markets. NO FARM VISITS, PLEASE. Map D3
Brian & Carolyn Austin E5162 Rush Creek Rd., Ferryville, WI 54628 (608) 632-1579 firstname.lastname@example.org www.localharvest.org/farms/M40289
Jim & Susan Claus 4047 Windsong Circle, Verona, WI 53593 (608) 833-3540 www.pickdane.com
Berry Hill Farm is a U-pick and pre-picked strawberry farm located in the town of Middleton. From Hwy 12, take exit 253 onto Old Sauk Rd.; head west 3.7 miles. Our season typically begins early/mid-June and runs through early July. U-pick trays and quarts provided. Call ahead for hours and field conditions. Map D3
Austin’s Rush Creek Farm
Here at Austin’s Rush Creek Farm we grow vegetables and berries using natural methods. We are located in the heart of the driftless region and are dedicated to sustaining the natural beauty and richness of our land while providing healthy, quality produce to our customers. Visit us at farmers’ markets in Viroqua, Prairie du Chien and Gays Mills. Contact us for bulk purchases for home preserving. Map A2
Berry Hill Farm
Bleu Mont Dairy
Willi Lehner 3480 Cty F, Blue Mounds, WI 53517 (608) 767-2875 email@example.com
Our farm sits atop a ridge in the driftless region. Committed to sustainable practices, we grow organically, have a passive solar home and greenhouse, and produce our electricity from wind and solar. Our selection of cheeses includes organic, washed-rind and REAL raw milk cheeses cured in our underground cave. VISITS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Map D3
From Baraboo, turn west onto Hwy W; go 2.5 miles; turn right onto Hoot Owl Rd. Strawberries mid-June to early July. U-pick and pre-picked strawberries and peas. Blueberries early July to mid-August. Call for picking information, (608) 355-1965. Containers provided or bring your own. Children always welcome. Map D2
Blue Moon Community Farm, LLC
Kristen Kordet 3856 Schneider Dr., Stoughton, WI 53589 (608) 446-6962 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bluemooncommunityfarm.com
Blue Moon is a small certified organic farm on Madison’s southern edge. We grow over 40 different vegetables, focusing on heirloom and great-tasting varieties, and we are known for the cleanliness and quality of our produce. Pastured poultry and pork complement our production system and are available through our CSA and on-farm sales. Come visit us on Saturdays at the Westside Community Market in Madison. FARM VISITS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, PLEASE. Map E3
Blue Skies Berry Farm
Paul & Louise Maki 10320 N. Crocker Rd., Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 455-2803 email@example.com www.blueskiesfarm.com
We grow raspberries, heirloom tomatoes, vegetables, herbs and greens using only organic inputs. U-pick season: mid-August to October. We are 16 miles south of the Beltline via Hwy 14, toward Evansville; turn right at Union (at Tavern) onto W. Union Rd. 1.5 miles and left on Crocker 500 ft. Map E3
Martha Barrett & Scott Weber S5920 Lehman Rd., Baraboo, WI 53913 (608) 356-0179 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bluestemfarm.com
We grow local ecotype wildflowers, grasses, trees and native orchids for rain gardens and landscaping projects. Our nursery-propagated potted plants don’t suffer transplant shock. We also sell apples, grapes and other produce grown without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. We sell at the Dane County Farmers’ Market throughout the growing season, and on the farm most Sundays or by appointment. Map D2
FOOD Great local
WINE BOTHAM VINEYARDS
Growing producing regionally distinctive wines of international acclaim since
1989. Ask for
botham vineyards wines at your favorite restaurant, liquor or grocery retailer.
Come on out to the patch, where you can pick-your-own produce! U-Pick is available on peas, strawberries, & pumpkins. Ready picked asparagus, rhubarb, raspberries, and sweet corn are also available in season.
www.buresberrypatch.com 608-924-1404 Barneveld, WI
See you in the patch!
8180 Langberry Rd., Barneveld, WI 53507 (608) 924-1412 fax: (608) 924-3310 www.bothamvineyards.com
Located in the lush, rolling hills of the Iowa County Uplands, Botham Vineyards grows and produces regionally distinctive wines of international acclaim. Founded in 1989 by Peter Botham, our production now totals approximately 30,000 gallons per vintage year in ten wines. The tasting room, art gallery and gift shop are located in a circa 1904 restored barn. Tours for groups of 15 or more by appointment only. Visit bothamvineyards.com for hours and information. We look forward to welcoming you. Wholesale available. Map D3
The Buča Farmer
Kathy Katz N6830 Hefty Rd., Monticello, WI 53570 (608) 636-3034 email@example.com www.thebucafarmer.com
Bures Berry Patch
Ed & Kathy Bures 3760 W. Brigham Rd., Barneveld, WI 53507 (608) 924-1404 www.buresberrypatch.com Bures Berry Patch is where families gather to pick the finest produce. We specialize in growing asparagus, rhubarb, raspberries, sweet corn, pre-picked and U-pick; peas, strawberries, and pumpkins. Call for hours/availability. From Madison: travel Hwy 18/151 west for ~30 miles. Go 2.5 miles PAST Barneveld. Turn south on W. Brigham Rd., go 1 mile. See you in the patch! Map D3
Dale & Cindy Secher 5683 Lincoln Rd., Oregon, WI 53575 (608) 835-5871, hotline: (608) 835-3979 fax: (608) 835-5871 firstname.lastname@example.org www.carandale.com
Visit our farm for U-pick or pre-picked strawberries, Concord grapes and fall raspberries. We also vend our fruits at the Dane County Farmers’ Market, including uncommon fruit from our test plot (aronia, sea berries, currants, gooseberries, blackberries, cherries and more!) We’re at the end of S. Fish Hatchery Rd., 8.5 miles from the Madison Beltline. Map E3
Cates Family Farm
Richard & Kim Cates 5992 Cty T, Spring Green, WI 53588 (608) 588-2836 email@example.com www.catesfamilyfarm.com
We offer lean, natural Angus beef: frozen cuts, smoked sausage, beef sticks and jerky. Our steers are grass-fed and free-range; most are grass-finished. Certified by Food Alliance Midwest, indicating our meat is raised sustainably, locally, antibiotic and hormone free, and land and water friendly. We are also certified by the Animal Welfare Institute. South from Spring Green 4 miles on Hwy 23, then left 2.5 miles on Cty T. VISITS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, PLEASE. Map C3
The Buča Farmer is a small farm located just south of New Glarus. The farm is managed sustainably without the use of chemical fertilizers or insecticides. Our focus is on growing the best tasting and healthiest food available. You’ll find us at local farmers’ markets, co-ops, restaurants and through our weekly CSA. Please contact us for more information. VISITORS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, PLEASE. Map D4
Cedar Grove Cheese
Coulee View Family Farm
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 32) Map C2
Dean & Kim Zimmerman 54247 Valentine Ln., Wauzeka, WI 53826 (608) 874-4144 firstname.lastname@example.org www.couleeviewfarm.com We grow pasture raised chicken, eggs, pigs, turkey and lamb. We treat our animals humanely and respectfully and do not use hormones, appetite stimulants or routine antibiotics. Our pasture-raised meat CSA delivers to La Crosse, Prairie du Chien, Platteville, Fitchburg, Madison, Lake Mills and Johnson Creek. Order a sample CSA share to see if this is right for you. All of our animals are either free-ranged, day-ranged or moved daily in portable shelters, ensuring constant access to fresh pasture. Map A3
Country Bumpkin Farm Market Cindy & Charlie Rhinehart E9745 Cty P, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 (608) 254-2311 www.countrybumpkinent.com
U-pick and We-pick strawberries, and fall red raspberries, black raspberries, blueberries, melons, blackberries, plums, grapes, apples, over 50 vegetable varieties, flowers, pumpkins, fall decorations and our own raw honey. Enjoy our gardens, gift shop, greenhouses or an ice cream cone! Fall hay wagon rides to the pumpkin patches, corn maze, fall entertainment. School groups welcome! Open daily, April 25-October 31. Take Exit 89 onto Hwy 23, south 1/2 mile to Hwy P on right. (Super Wal-Mart is on left.) Turn right onto Hwy P. We are 1 mile on left. Map D1
Tom & Gretchen Griffith 3252 Vilas Rd., Cottage Grove, WI 53527 (608) 838-4762 www.doorcreekorchard.com U-pick and pre-picked apples are offered as well as U-pick table and wine grapes, fall raspberries and pumpkins. Unpasteurized cider is pressed weekly. Meat and naturally colored yarn available from our Black Welsh Mountain sheep. Season: mid-August to late November. From Madison, take Hwy 12/18 east 3 miles past I-90, turn right on Vilas Rd. and go 1/2 mile. Map E3
Donna’s Organic Gardens, LLC Donna M. Schmidt N3730 Hwy EE, Neosho, WI 53059 (920) 349-3305 cell: (920) 285-4579
Donna’s Organic Gardens, LLC, is located 10 miles west of Hartford or 1 mile east of Hustisford on Hwy 60. The farm is south of Hwy 60 on Hwy EE. Sales are at both locations. I am certified organic with Global Organic Alliance and pasture raised Piedmontese beef, chicken, turkey and lamb. I also have eggs, strawberries, raspberries and potatoes. Available yearround are wild Alaska salmon and purebred Icelandic wool. Gourds are available for crafts. Map G2
Door Creek Orchard
Diana & James Murphy 8877 Table Bluff Rd., Cross Plains, WI 53528 (608) 767-3442 email@example.com www.dreamfarm.biz Dreamfarm has the pleasure of milking goats morning and evening to create cheese on its small family farm. Artisan cheese maker Diana Murphy handcrafts cheese two to three times a week. Laying hens of various breeds produce colorful eggs. Jacob sheep, beef and hogs add to our diversity. Our animals are free to roam their pastures all year. Join our CSA, or visit us at the Westside Community Market. Map D3
Driftless Market, LLC
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 32) Map C2
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 32) Map B4
Josh & Noah Engel, Mike Lind 50561 Cty B, Soldiers Grove, WI 54655 (608) 624-3735 firstname.lastname@example.org www.driftlessorganics.com
We LOVE to grow vegetables and we’ve been doing it passionately (and sustainably) for over 15 years! We grow over 40 different varieties of fruits and vegetables, plus sunflowers for organic sunflower oil (the olive oil of the Midwest), and we raise grass-fed beef as well! We offer a 20-week CSA with pick-up sites in Madison, Viroqua and the Twin Cities. Visit our website for more information and prices, or stop by our booth at the Dane County Farmers’ Market. Wholesale available. Map B2
Driftless Solar, LLC
Emerald Meadows Family Farm/ Two Good Farms CSA
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 33) Map C3
Englewood Grassfed Beef
WANT FRESH VEGGIES?
Then Join Our CSA! Vegetables & Fruit Grass Fed Beef Sunflower Oil
Equinox Community Farm
John Binkley 5754 River Rd., Waunakee, WI 53597 (608) 577-9313 email@example.com www.equinoxcommunityfarm.com
Located minutes north of Madison in Waunakee, Equinox Community Farm grows a wide variety of vegetables and berries in a sustainable, healthy manner. Our focus is CSA, with five pickup locations around Madison, in Sun Prairie and on the farm in Waunakee. Visit our website for more info about our CSA and to learn more about the farm. Map E2
Ben & Kristi Agnew W1414 Cty Z, Fall River, WI 53932 (920) 484-3307 fax: (920) 484-3307
We specialize in raising quality grass-fed beef. Our herd of British White and Black Angus cross-cattle rotationally graze on our 44 acres in Fall River. The cattle and pasture provide for each other, so no off-farm or chemical inputs are needed! We sell by the quarter, half or whole. Sampler packs and smaller orders available upon request. Map F2
Vern & Betty Forest 2227 Fitchburg Rd., Fitchburg, WI 53575 (608) 845-5966 www.eplegaarden.com
A real old-fashioned Norwegian 100-acre farm. Families and kids of all ages have fun selv plukkin (U-pick) their own apples, berries and pumpkins; going on horse-pulled hayrides, Harold Patterson’s Halloween haunts, picnics; and much more in the store. In the city of Fitchburg; 4 miles south of Madison Beltline on Seminole Hwy, go right (west) on Whalen Rd. to Fitchburg Rd., turn left (south). Map E3
Tim Zander W1547 Hwy K, Columbus, WI 53925 (920) 623-2296 firstname.lastname@example.org twogoodfarms.com
Our family’s 180-acre organic farm grows a wide variety of field crops, spring bedding plants (vegetables, herbs, flowers), fruits and vegetables. Favorites include heirloom tomatoes, raspberries, green beans, peppers and sweet corn. We sell at the Sun Prairie, Monona and Madison Eastside farmers’ markets. On-farm sales/visits by appointment. Wholesale and CSA available. Map E2
Foster’s Fall Harvest
Don & Gail Foster 6617 Hwy 73, Marshall, WI 53559 (608) 655-4275 email@example.com
Foster’s Fall Harvest has all your fall and Halloween decorating needs in one spot. We grow a large variety of specialty pumpkins. Choose from the best jack-o’-lantern selection in the area. Hayrides offered Sundays in October, 1-4pm. Also have squash, gourds (including dried birdhouses), Indian corn, corn shocks, straw bales (4 sizes) and mums. Apples, cider, Amish jams and candy, and craft items are sold in the shed, Monday-Friday, 5-7pm, and Saturday-Sunday, 9am-7pm. Open September through October. Look for our big turkey out front. Located 4 miles north of Marshall on Hwy 73. Map F2
100% CERTIFIED ORGANIC
Fountain Prairie Farm
John & Dorothy Priske W1901 State Rd. 16, Fall River, WI 53932 (920) 484-3618 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fountainprairie.com
We’re proud of our grass-fed, grain-finished Highland beef, raised without hormones or antibiotics. Our 21-day dry aging results in tender, intensely flavored meat. Our Highland beef and pork can be found at area restaurants and at the Saturday Dane County Farmers’ Market. We welcome visits to our farm, but please call first. Map E2
Four Elements Organic Herbals/ Natures Acres Farm
Future Fruit Farm
Robert, Ellen & Selena Lane 5363 Knobs Rd., Ridgeway, WI 53582 (608) 924-1012 fax: (608) 924-1014 www.localharvest.org/farms/M7074
Our family farm is a certified organic orchard located on the beautiful ridges overlooking the Wisconsin River Valley. Here, we have chosen to produce only “old-time,” unusual, and difficult-to-grow varieties of apples and pears. The delicious taste of our Future Fruit is sought after. Our organic, artisanal fruit and fruit butters can be found at fine stores and restaurants locally, at Madison farmers’ markets, and as a member of our organic fruit CSA farm. NO FARM VISITS, PLEASE. Map C3
Scott Williams & April Yancer 9214 Cty G, Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 (608) 669-8063 email@example.com www.gardentobe.com
We are professional gardeners working with distinguished chefs and culinary establishments to create local seasonal cuisine. We believe that when farmers and chefs unite to create a regional food system, agriculture can thrive, farmers can have a healthy quality of life, and chefs can have access to the freshest ingredients available. Map D3
Jane & David Stevens E8984 Weinke Rd. North Freedom, WI 53951 (608) 522-4492 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fourelementsherbals.com
Certified organic since 1991, we’re a 130-acre family farm located in the heart of the pristine Baraboo Bluffs. We produce the finest quality handcrafted herbal body care products using herbs from our farm. Organic produce and herb and vegetable transplants available seasonally, along with maple syrup and pastured poultry. Open house June 11; see website. VISITS AND TOURS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, PLEASE. Wholesale available. Map D2
Garden To Be
Good Earth Farms, LLC
Mike & Deb Hansen 10431 Mayflower Rd., Milladore, WI 54454 (715) 652-3520 email@example.com www.goodearthfarms.com Farming as if everything matters. Our mission: To produce humanely raised, high quality, organic grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork, pasture raised chicken and turkey at a reasonable price, and then deliver it to your door! Located in central Wisconsin, we’re organic because it’s what we believe…learn more at our website. Map C1
Grassy Way Organics
Kallan & KayDee Maxwell 6476 Cty H, Arena, WI 53503 (608) 753-2399 Maxwell@grassywayorganics.com www.grassywayorganics.com
As first-generation farmers we proudly raise organic beef and pastured chickens, and milk 40 Holstein/Jersey cows to produce organic cheeses for the community. Our animals are free-range and never given antibiotics, byproducts or growth hormones. We take a lot of pride in producing quality, healthy food for you and your family. Visit our website to learn more! Food Alliance Certified. Animal Welfare Approved. Map D3
Harmony Valley Farm
Richard deWilde & Andrea Yoder S3442 Wire Hollow Rd., Viroqua, WI 54665 (608) 483-2143 fax: (608) 483-2151 firstname.lastname@example.org www.harmonyvalleyfarm.com
Heritage Kitchen & Market
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 35) Map D2
High Meadow Farm CSA
Matt, Meg & Mike Kelly N6967 South Ln., Johnson Creek, WI 53038 (920) 699-3658 email@example.com www.highmeadowfarmcsa.com Our CSA farm is located outside of Johnson Creek. We grow several varieties of veggies and potatoes for our members and market friends, choosing delicious heirlooms where we can. We offer optional egg shares from our pastured chickens and bread shares from artisan baker Shawn Rediske. We have recently applied for organic certification. Visit us at the Fort Atkinson Market on Saturdays! Wholesale available. Map F3
Gene & Philana Friede 430 Cty N, Stoughton, WI 53951 (608) 873-3332 firstname.lastname@example.org
High Stakes Ranch cattle and chickens are fed the organic feed we cultivate ourselves. A well maintained farm means that our animals are healthy and humanely treated. Hormones or antibiotics are not used in the hand-raising of our pastured and grain-finished Angus, Herefords and Baldings. We have applied for organic certification. Quarters, halves or larger amounts can be ordered. We are dedicated to keeping high quality food affordable. Call and reserve your beef or chicken. Delivery is possible. VISITORS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Map E3
Located in a secluded, spring-fed valley in western Wisconsin, we have been providing the La Crosseto-Madison area with certified organic produce since 1985. We supply the Dane County Farmers’ Market, our CSA program, retail stores and fine restaurants with the highest quality vegetables, fruits and herbs. CSA sign-up on our website. Map A1
High Stakes Ranch
Hinchley’s Dairy Farm
Tina Hinchley 2844 Hwy 73, Cambridge, WI 53523 (608) 764-5090 email@example.com www.dairyfarmtours.com
Hinchley’s Dairy Farm is a real dairy farm that offers educational tours of the farm, with hands-on opportunities to hand-milk a cow, gather eggs and take a hayride to pick a free pumpkin in October. Farm raised chicken, turkey, duck and rabbit for sale, and squash, pumpkins, eggs and U-pick raspberries. Farm is just a short drive from Madison, Janesville or Milwaukee: 2844 Hwy 73 outside of Cambridge. Wholesale available. Map E3
Hook’s Cheese Company, Inc.
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 35) Map C3
Steve & Jody Knoebel N5648 S. Farmington Rd. Helenville, WI 53137 (262) 593-5133 firstname.lastname@example.org www.jellismarket.com
Kay Jensen & Paul Ehrhardt 6837 Elder Ln., Sun Prairie, WI 53590 (608) 825-9531 fax: (608) 825-9531 email@example.com www.wisconsingrown.com
Organic diversity—good for the land, neighbors and everyone who enjoys great-tasting, nutritious, locally raised organic produce and pastured poultry. Kay and Paul at JenEhr are Wisconsin born and bred farm kids, raising more than 50 different fruits and vegetables, offering organic strawberry U-pick and enough pastured chickens and turkeys to keep you well fed year-round. Check us out at farmers’ markets, join our CSA or find us at our store and restaurant partners. Map E2
Jenkins Family Farms
Ben Jenkins N9220 Fenske Rd., Dalton, WI 53926 (608) 279-2879 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bensbeef.com
We are a small, diversified certified organic farm located between Pardeeville and Dalton in Columbia County. We take orders for beef by the side or a mixed quarter. In the summer, we can be found on the square in Madison most Saturdays through the month of July selling potatoes. For our wholesale customers, we also raise certified organic sweet corn. NO FARM VISITS. Wholesale available. Map E1
Keene Hollenbeck 908 Sun Prairie Rd., Marshall, WI 53559 (608) 655-1596 email@example.com www.keeneorganics.com
Certified organically grown heirloom vegetables, shiitake and oyster mushrooms, gourmet varieties of garlic and herbs. Chickens are free-ranged outside on organic grasses and eating organic grain, which produces the highest nutritional quality pastured eggs and chickens that taste exceptional. Our on-farm licensed kitchen produces pesto, seasonings, preserves, dried mushrooms and other products. Check our website www.keeneorganics.com for our farmers’ market locations. Wholesale available. Map E2
We are a U-pick strawberry farm and also offer many other summer and fall produce items. Raspberries, peas, green beans, tomatoes and sweet corn all available as U-pick or pre-picked. Call hotline or visit website for daily updates from April-October. Located 5 miles east of Johnson Creek; I-94 exit to Cty B; take B east 5 miles to S. Farmington Rd.; watch for signs. Map F3
JenEhr Family Farm
King’s Hill Farm CSA
Jai & Joel Kellum 19370 Cty G, Mineral Point, WI 53565 (608) 776-8413 fax: (608) 776-8413 firstname.lastname@example.org www.kingshillfarm.com
We are a certified organic family farm integrating permaculture practices. On our farm, we have plenty of vegetables, fruits, herbs, mushrooms, chicken and duck eggs, pork, honey and flowers. Come share the bounty by joining our CSA. Every other week from June through November we deliver a box full of fresh produce to our pickup sites. Sample the seasons’ flavors and nutrition. Wholesale available. Map C4
Suellen Thomsom-Link 16734 W. Dorner Rd., Brodhead, WI 53520 (608) 897-3983 email@example.com www.baabaashop.com
We are a sustainable, permaculture farm situated in Brodhead (30 minutes south of Madison). We are primarily a sheep farm and raise pasture-grazed, chemical-free lamb, but also make chemical-free wool mattress toppers, comforters and pillows. We wholesale organically grown sunflower sprouts to restaurants and health food stores throughout the year. Wholesale available. Map E4
Krusen Grass Farms
Sue & Altfrid Krusenbaum W3194 Cty D, Elkhorn, WI 53121 (262) 642-7312 fax: (262) 642-7312 firstname.lastname@example.org www.krusengrassfarms.com
We have a certified organic, grass-based farm where we rotational graze our animals and rotate our crops. We raise certified organic beef, pork, chicken and turkey. We provide individual cuts, sides, quarters, including brats, links, snack sticks and nitrate-free ham and bacon. We don’t use any herbicides, pesticides, antibiotics or hormones. All animals have access to sunlight and pasture. Certified by Oregon Tilth and Animal Welfare. Please call ahead for on-farm sales and/or tours. Wholesale available. Map B4
MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. Mary Jo Bergs 2821 S. Hwy 51, Janesville, WI 53546 (608) 757-7881 or (800) 345-8348 fax: (608) 757-7884 www.pheasant.com
MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. is the nation’s largest pheasant producer and a family-owned and -operated business since 1929. Our retail store offers a large selection of game meats, side dishes and condiments as well as our pheasant meat products and pheasant pies. Take a video tour in the store or call ahead to set up a drive around tour. Store hours are MondayFriday, 8am-4:30pm, Saturday, 10am-3pm. Order online at www.pheasantfordinner.com. Wholesale available. Map F4
Lange Farm Meats
Rich & Patty Lange 1214 Southwest Rd., Platteville, WI 53818 (608) 348-4105 RJL13@centurytel.net www.langefarmmeats.com
Kim & Jared Lapacek N1959 Kroncke Rd., Poynette, WI 53955 (608) 635-4780 email@example.com www.lapaceksorchard.com
NEW LOCATION! We are a small, family-owned and -operated business conveniently located just 15 minutes north of Madison. Throughout the apple season, we offer over 30 varieties of apples and delicious products made from apples. Our farm offers many family activities including: visiting our emus, picking raspberries, feeding the goats and searching for the kittens. Wholesale available. Map E2
We are a 240-acre grass farm 4 miles southwest of East Troy in southeastern Wisconsin. Our beef and eggs are certified organic, all natural, grassfed and pastured. We do not use confinement, antibiotics or hormones of any kind. Map G4
Marr Family Farm, LLC
Jerry & Nancy Marr 826 Pleasant St., Mineral Point, WI 53565 (608) 987-2508 firstname.lastname@example.org Our fine beef is grown using high quality grasses and some grain to add flavor and tenderness for a nutritious meal of steaks, burgers, roasts and more. We produce our beef using sustainable practices that are environmentally friendly. Our hay and pasture lands receive no chemicals. Call ahead so we can bring your order to the Dane County Farmers’ Market on Saturday. Map C3
Marsden’s Pure Honey
Dale Marsden 2614 Riverholm Rd., McFarland, WI 53558 (608) 838-3992 email@example.com Marsden’s is a producer/packer. Products include Wisconsin specialty honeys in glass and plastic containers, comb honey, spun honey, homemade candles and small quantities of seasonal fresh fruit including peaches and apples. Look for us at the McFarland Farmers’ Market and Dane County Farmers’ Market. Visitors are welcome. Please call ahead. Map E3
Meyer’s Farm Market
Misty Meadows Dairy
Antony & Laura Jay W4282 Schutt Ln., Monroe, WI 53566 (608) 329-4368 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mistymeadowsdairy.com
Located outside of Monroe, Misty Meadows Dairy is home to 200 dairy goats. We spend every day milking goats and tending our ever-expanding garden. We love bringing the freshest produce, goat cheeses and soaps to the Janesville and Hilldale farmers’ markets. From our garden straight to your table every week. Map D4
David Mitchell 4252 Sunnyridge Rd., Oregon, WI 53575 (608) 257-0099 email@example.com www.wineandhop.com
Mitchell Vineyard began in 1976 and has 11 varieties of U-pick grapes covering 6 acres for eating, juice and especially winemaking. The farm has picking buckets, crushers and presses for free use by customers. Picking Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday in September and early October, 11am4pm. Call about our delicious grapes. Take Hwy 14 south to Oregon. Left Hwy 138; go 1.25 miles; right on Sunrise Rd. to Sunnyridge. Map E3
Henry Morren & Lisa Fishman 2718 State Rd. 213, Orfordville, WI 53576 (608) 445-2067 firstname.lastname@example.org
On our small farm south of Madison, we grow a wide range of fruits: strawberries in June followed by cherries, plums, grapes and pears. We feature 60 varieties of apples, including unusual English and French varieties traditionally used for cider. Bramley’s is ideal for baking, Adam’s Pearmain is perfect for fresh eating; we also grow Honeycrisp. Our sweet cider is delicious (quantities available for hard cider making). NO VISITORS, PLEASE. Map E4
Bryan Meyer 1329 E. M-H Townline Rd., Milton, WI 53563 (608) 754-0247 email@example.com www.meyersfarmmarket.com Quality produce since 1967, picked fresh daily. Open 9am-6pm daily, mid-June–October. Look for the giant pumpkin on the silo along I-90. Wholesale available. Map F4
New Era Farm, Inc.
Lisa M. Marsh S1278 Parker Rd., Cashton, WI 54619 (608) 625-4565 firstname.lastname@example.org www.newerafarmonline.com
Located in rural Cashton, Vernon County, New Era Farm uses only sustainable farming practices in growing delicious, MOSA-certified organic food. We offer a summer-fall CSA program featuring a wide variety of vegetables, berries, cut flowers and preserves made from our own organic fruits. Our jams and jellies can also be ordered directly from our website. Map B1
James & Rebecca Goodman E103 Cty Q, Wonewoc, WI 53968 (608) 489-2291 fax: (608) 489-3107 email@example.com
Pine River Market and Café
Piper Road Gardens
Northwood Farm, a certified organic dairy, beef and crop farm, has been worked by Goodman families since 1889. We direct market dry-aged beef year-round in bundles or individual cuts. Animals are raised on homegrown forage and pasture. No antibiotics, GMOs or animal byproducts. Contact or visit us at the Dane County Farmers’ Market (Mifflin St. side). Map C1
The Old Feed Mill
Organic Valley Family of Farms
Paine Family Farm
Bill & Laura Paine N893 Kranz Rd., Columbus, WI 53925 (920) 623-4407 firstname.lastname@example.org www.painefamilyfarm.com
At Paine Family Farm, we raise 100% grass-fed beef with no grain or antibiotics or hormones. Dry-aged 21 days, cut, vacuum-packed and frozen, our lean, tender, flavorful beef is available in standard 15-, 25- or 50-pound or design-your-own packs and quarters. We deliver orders of >$100 in the Madison area. Map E2
Paoli Local Foods, LLC
Parisi Farm Produce
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 37) Map E3
Terry Parisi 3718 Halvorson Rd., Stoughton, WI 53589 (608) 873-3011 email@example.com www.localharvest.org/parisi-family-farmM32214 We are a small family farm just 10 miles south of Madison growing produce since 2005. Practicing sustainable farming methods, we condition our soil with organic inputs, focus on a large variety of heirloom vegetables and herbs, and have free-range chickens. Our produce is sold at local farmers’ markets and restaurants as well as in our 20-week CSA. Map E3
Jodie Janovec 185 N. Franklin St., Whitewater, WI 53190 (920) 723-8085 firstname.lastname@example.org www.piperroadgardens.com
Piper Road Gardens offers a specialized CSA with three share options: cut flower bouquets, salad greens and culinary herb share. Pick-up sites are located in Janesville, Whitewater, East Troy, Burlington and Wauwatosa. We grow our flowers, herbs and greens using sustainable practices. Look at our website to learn about everything we do for wedding and event floral design. Wholesale available. Map F3
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 37) Map D3
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 37) Map B1
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 38) Map C2
The Plahnt Farm
Josh Lubenau 538 N. Main St., Fall River, WI 53932 (608) 332-5020 email@example.com www.plahnts.com
The Plahnt Farm believes in the ability of plants and nature to improve quality of life through health, beauty, taste, smell, touch and sound. Using natural methods, we grow vegetables, herbs and flowers that enliven the senses. Find us on the Capitol Square (Madison) and at the Sun Prairie, Fall River and DeForest farmers’ markets. Map F2
Pleasants Springs Orchard
Richard & Vivian Green 2722 Williams Dr., Stoughton, WI 53589 (608) 873-4096 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pleasantspringsorchard.com
We grow 68 varieties of apples, specialty lettuces, melons, sweet corn, pumpkins and squash. Fresh, unpasteurized cider is pressed each week in season. For 33 years we have grown quality fruit and produce, mindful of food safety and the environment. See us at the orchard, Dane County Farmers’ Market, Westside Community Market and Monona Farmers’ Market. Map E3
Priske’s Asparagus Farm Tom & Judy Priske W5639 Hwy 16, Rio, WI 53960 (920) 992-3330 email@example.com
Farm fresh asparagus picked daily. Volume discounts. Open 9am-6pm daily during the season (May-June). Located 2 miles west of Rio on Hwy 16. Map E2
Our Berkshire hogs are pastured or housed in deep bedded systems and given opportunity to forage, graze, root and play. We are guided by principles of permaculture, land stewardship, and more than 25 years of experience in humane animal services. Alfalfa, apples, acorns and other nuts add depth of flavor to this heirloom pork. Ask about other grass-based meat and free-range poultry/eggs. VISITORS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Wholesale available. Map F3
We are a certified organic family farm proud to provide the Dane County area with healthy, local and sustainably grown fruits and vegetables. We offer a CSA with delivery to the Madison area (see our website for more information). On Saturday mornings you can find us at Madison’s Westside Community Market on the Hill Farms parking lot at Sheboygan and Segoe. Wholesale available. Map D3
Rainbow Hill Farm
Dennis & Sue Mengeling N4754 Cty V, Poynette, WI 53955 (608) 279-1886 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Galloway cattle are grass-fed and grass-finished. Our pigs are pasture raised. Our animals are naturally raised—without growth-enhancing antibiotics or hormones—and treated humanely. Our meats are lean, tender and flavorful. Please call or email to request a brochure or a tour of Rainbow Hill Farm. Map E2
Primrose Community Farm, LLC Mike & Cassie Noltnerwyss 4144 Cty J, Cross Plains, WI 53528 (608) 798-0219 email@example.com www.primrosecommunityfarm.net
Patty Reedy & Andy Wersal W7181 Hustad Valley Rd. New Glarus, WI 53574 (608) 527-5311 firstname.lastname@example.org
A domestic fair trade farm with sustainable practices: access to fresh air, sunshine; grass-based, free-range; no antibiotics or hormones for our lamb, chickens, turkeys…who live the “dolce vita”! Whole/halves/ various cuts, inspected, licensed lamb. On-site woolen mill and yarn shop with fiber, socks, blankets. Educational farm events, fiber/felting workshops. Local markets: Madison Eastside, Fitchburg. Map D3
Prairie Fire Farm
Lisa Juday & Karen Laing 372 Cty A, Cambridge, WI 53523 (608) 884-4863 email@example.com www.prairiefirewi.com
Rainbow Fleece Farm
Reeson Family Farm
Pat Skogen & Ralph Reeson S6383 Spring Valley Rd. Loganville, WI 53943 (608) 393-6109 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ReesonFamilyFarm.com
Reeson Family Farm is a diversified, grass-based and MOSA certified organic dairy committed to sharing the bounty of the land. We offer CSA shares of vegetables, fruit and eggs. We sell certified organic beef, chicken and naturally raised pork by individual cuts, quarters, halves and whole. You can find us at farmers’ markets in Baraboo, Reedsburg, Portage, and the Dells. Please call before visiting the farm. Map C2
River Valley Ranch
Eric Rose 39900 60th St., Burlington, WI 53105 (262) 539-3555 fax: (262) 539-2433 email@example.com www.rivervalleykitchens.com
Rollin Hills Honey, LLC
Judy Papineau 9578 State Rd. 81, Cassville, WI 53806 (608) 794-2202 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rollinhillshoney.com
Rollin Hills Honey, LLC is located in southwestern Wisconsin, 10 miles south of Lancaster on the right side of Hwy 81, just past Cty U in Beetown on top of the hill. We are in our sixth year of harvesting honey with about 30 hives around the area. We make natural skin care products using our honey and beeswax along with natural oils. Check out our website: rollinhillshoney.com. We sell at the Northside Farmers’ Market in Madison on Sundays and various craft shows. Wholesale available. Map A4
Ruegsegger Farms, LLC
Ken Ruegsegger 75 York Valley Rd., Blanchardville, WI 53516 (608) 523-4705 www.naturalmeats.org 100% grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork, eggs, chicken, turkey, veal and goat. We use no hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, herbicides, cages, confinement or inhumane treatment. Our home delivery (12 years running) is still free. FARM VISITS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Our farm market store: Paoli Local Foods, LLC (608) 845-FOOD (3663) is open Monday-Saturday. Map D3
Kara Kasten-Olson W4192 Bristol Rd., Columbus, WI 53925 (608) 837-7766 fax: (608) 837-7729 email@example.com www.sassycowcreamery.com
Sassy Cow Creamery is a new farmstead dairy built in 2007 by third-generation dairy farmers James and Robert Baerwolf and their families. Our love of dairying has led us in establishing two distinct herds: a 400 cow traditional dairy and a 100 cow organic dairy. We bottle the milk from these individual herds separately at our farmstead dairy. Products include whole, 2%, 1%, skim and chocolate milk along with butter and ice cream in a variety of flavors. Please visit our website, www.sassycowcreamery.com, for more information. Wholesale available. Map E2
Since 1976, our family farm has been producing chemical-free, pesticide-free mushrooms and vegetables for sale to consumers in our year-round farm market open 7 days/week. We feature our value added farm products as well as locally produced foods and artisan cheeses. Wholesale available. Map G4
Sassy Cow Creamery
Schuster’s Playtime Farm, Inc. Don & Theresa Schuster 1326 Hwy 12/18, Deerfield, WI 53531 (608) 764-8488 firstname.lastname@example.org www.schustersfarm.com
Schuster’s Playtime Farm is a beautiful and entertaining arrangement of nature and fun. Experiences run the gamut from good old-fashioned farm learning and fun to truly unique outdoor fun (jumping pillow, gemstone mining and more). We host private engagements (birthday parties, day camps, corporate gatherings, etc.) 5/1-10/31. We are open to everyone mid-September-October 31st for our Fall Festival Season. www.schustersfarm.com. Map E3
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Scotch Hill Farm
Tony & Dela Ends 910 Scotch Hill Rd., Brodhead, WI 53520 (608) 897-4288 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org www.scotchhillfarm.com
Seven Seeds Farm
Blue Strom & Skye Zitkus 16456 Alpine Ln., Richland Center, WI 53581 (608) 647-8934 email@example.com www.shadyblueacres.com Shady Blue Acres is a certified organic farm producing seasonal vegetables, canned goods, eggs, chickens, turkeys, ducks, sheep, goats, hogs and beef cattle. Inspired by organic old-school traditions, we highlight heirloom crop varieties and heritage, endangered breeds of livestock, which are intensively pastured. Join our CSA or see us at the Dane County Farmers’ Market. Please visit our website or contact the farm to schedule a tour. Map B2
Scotch Hill Farm has practiced community supported agriculture since 1994. We’re certified organic, growing 60+ varieties of vegetables. We also raise dairy goats, sheep and poultry at our century-old dairy farm site. We are 30 miles south of Madison, midway between Janesville and Monroe. Subscribers can participate in farm events. We make and sell farmstead milk soap, too. Wholesale available. Map E4
Shady Blue Acres
Greg & Lea Stroncek 5079 Cty Z, Spring Green, WI 53588 (608) 225-2892
This sustainable organic farm has been in the family since the 1870s. The on-farm store offers our own 100% grass-fed beef, chickens, limited pork and eggs. We are proud of our commitment to renewable energy with both solar thermal and photovoltaic panels. We encourage you to visit us. Map C3
Small Family Farm
Jillian & Adam Varney S2958 W. Salem Ridge Rd. La Farge, WI 54639 (608) 625-4178 firstname.lastname@example.org www.smallfamilycsa.com
We are a certified organic farm that takes a special interest in mineral balancing of soil to provide nutrient-dense food. Sign up for our 20-week CSA share and pick up your weekly box of local flavors in Viroqua, La Crosse, Onalaska, West Salem, Sparta, Dubuque or Madison. We also offer pastured Berkshire pork, pastured chickens and honey. Find us at the Viroqua Farmers’ Market and the Dane County Farmers’ Market. Call ahead to schedule a farm tour. Map B1
Snug Haven Farm
Judy Hageman, Bill Warner and Danielle Wood 1170 Hageman Rd., Belleville, WI 53508 (608) 424-3296 fax: (608) 424-3296 email@example.com
Nestled in a valley, Snug Haven’s specialties are spinach grown in hoophouses during the winter months (this makes the spinach incredibly sweet due to the freezing/thawing process). Winter spinach and spring/summer flower shares are offered to families in the Madison area. Some early-season crops include specialty lettuce, tomatoes (including heirlooms) and flowers. We sell year-round at the Dane County Farmers’ Market and direct market to restaurants in Madison and Chicago. SCHOOL AND FARM TOURS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, PLEASE. Map D3
Carol Larsen 9593 Overland Rd. Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 (608) 437-3966 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sunborngardens.com
Sunborn provides fresh, local, sustainably grown flowers starting with marvelous, dramatic parrot tulips in April and ending with dried flowers and ornamental peppers along with ornamental kale in October. Holiday and wedding arrangements are favorites here! PLEASE CALL BEFORE VISITING. Map D3
Andy Watson & Kelly Bratt 1746 Hwy 73, Cambridge, WI 53523 (608) 469-2319 email@example.com www.sproutingacres.com
We are a small, certified organic, family-run farm with a 22-week CSA season that includes a wide variety of vegetables, strawberries and raspberries. Visit our website for more information or find us at the Tuesday Eastside and the Saturday Dane County farmers’ markets. VISIT BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, PLEASE. Map F3
Sugar Maple Emu Farm is a family-owned farm that hatches and raises emus 8 miles southwest of Brodhead. Products include AEA Certified emu oil, emu oil products, emu meat, emu eggshells, painted and decorated emu shells, jewelry, etc. Sales and farm tours are by appointment only, from May 1 through October 31. Visit www. sugarmapleemu.com or “Sugar Maple Emus” on Facebook. Wholesale available. Map E4
Sulzer Natural Beef
Jim Sulzer W4790 Sulzer Rd., Monroe, WI 53566 (262) 538-4382 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sulzerbeef.com
We produce delicious, natural beef with NO growth hormones, NO antibiotics and NO animal byproducts. We raise all of our own corn, oats and alfalfa for finishing and rotationally pasture our cow/calf herd. You can be assured of what is in the beef we deliver right to your door. Map D4
The Bubenzer Family N8671 Poplar Grove Rd. New Glarus, WI 53574 (608) 527-4434 email@example.com www.sunflowerhillfarmstead.com
Sunflower Hill Farm is nestled in the rolling hills of southern Wisconsin about 30 miles outside of Madison. On these 75 acres, we grow pasture-raised beef, pork, lamb, chickens and turkeys. All have indoor/outdoor access, sunshine, fresh water, good pastures and good shelter. Selling whole/halves/ cuts/20# or 40# variety boxes. Inspected, licensed. Farm events: classes and Farmapalooza! Look for us at the Verona Farmers’ Market. Map D4
Sugar Maple Emu Farm
Michael & Joylene Reavis W805 Pedee Rd., Brodhead, WI 53520 (608) 897-8224 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sugarmapleemu.com
Sunflower Hill Farm
Sunrise Orchards, Inc.
Lynne Teach 48340 Hwy 171, Gays Mills, WI 54631 (608) 735-4645 fax: (608) 735-4640 email@example.com www.sunriseapples.com
Farm fresh apples, bakery, caramel apples, cider, potatoes, onions and antique apple varieties. Specializing in Wisconsin-grown and -made food products. Open late August to mid-December. Outdoor play area for children. Samples of our products available every day. Located on Hwy 171 east of Gays Mills. GAP/GHP/USDA inspected. Wholesale available. Map B2
Sutters Ridge Farm
Matt & Julie Sutter 2074 Sutter Dr., Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 (608) 832-6445 www.suttersridge.com
Only 20 minutes from Madison. We are open for self serve, U-pick raspberries mid-August to first frost. Starting Labor Day weekend, our cabin will be open every Friday-Sunday, 10am-5pm. During cabin hours, you can enjoy the corn maze, kids’ play area, pre-picked apples, U-pick apples, cider and baked goods. Visit suttersridge.com for directions and group programs. Wholesale available. Map D3
John, Virginia & Sylvan Goeke E8303 Hwy SS, Viroqua, WI 54665 (608) 637-2544 firstname.lastname@example.org www.sylvanmeadowsfarm.com
Rob Ten Eyck W968 Hwy 11/81, Brodhead, WI 53520 (608) 897-4014 TEOApples@wekz.net
Ten Eyck Orchard, since 1839, offers apples that are tree-ripened, picked and sorted with great care and sold at their flavor peak. Our home market is located on Hwy 11/81, 3 miles west of Brodhead, and is open daily from late August to mid-November. We also offer Asian pears, pumpkins, squash, cider and honey. Map E4
Sylvan Meadows Farm
Ten Eyck Orchard
Thunder Valley Inn
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 39) Map D1
100% grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork, heirloom vegetables, fruits, since 1996. All are raised by sustainable methods that go above and beyond USDA organic standards. Heritage breeds feast on forage, producing meat so flavorful you can almost taste the wild herbs and clover. Find out what Madison chefs and families already know: grass-fed is best! Meats are sold by halves, quarters, retail cuts, and through our unique CSA shares. We also offer CSA shares of canned goods, fruit preserves and baked goods from our handcrafted bakery, Artos. See us at the Dane County Farmers’ Market. NO VISITORS, PLEASE. Wholesale available. Map B1
Thundering Hoof Ranch, LLC
Stephenie Buhrow N7471 Forest Ridge Rd., Berlin, WI 54923 (920) 379-8551 email@example.com www.thunderinghoofranch.com
Our ranch is located within the beautiful and gentle rolling hills of Green Lake County. As fourth and fifth generation farmers, we work with the land to restore habitat for wildlife while providing superior tasting meats—100% grass-fed beef and Icelandic lamb, pastured Berkshire pork, pastured heirloom chickens—and eggs. We have an on-farm store and do our own meat processing. Map E1
Madison Area CSA Coalition
~ Connecting growers & eaters for more than 19 years ~
Grower Opportunities • Grower Network • Mentorship Sessions • Marketing Opportunities
Community Opportunities • CSA Financial Assistance • Educational Resources • Community Events
Make the most of your CSA! The Coalition’s Food Use Workshop Series offers cooking tips and food preservation techniques for using all of each week’s produce. Canning & Dehydrating Workshops | CSA Cooking 101 Workshops
Brian & Marilee Backstrand 11255 Jordan-Wiota Rd., Argyle, WI 53504 (847) 812-1762 firstname.lastname@example.org www.timothyridge.com
Beth Kazmar & Steve Pincus 14706 W. Ahara Rd., Evansville, WI 53536 (608) 882-6196 email@example.com www.localharvest.org/farms/M4077 Look for our certified organic produce in natural food stores and co-ops in Madison, Janesville and Milwaukee. We offer a satisfying 26-week CSA, with farm events included. Thirteen CSA pick-up sites in Madison, Middleton, Oregon, Evansville, Janesville, Brookfield and Milwaukee areas. Located just 35 minutes south of Madison. FARM VISITS BY CSA MEMBERS ONLY, PLEASE. Wholesale available. Map E4
Scott & Julie Trautman 2049 Skaalen Rd., Stoughton, WI 53589 (608) 205-9798 firstname.lastname@example.org www.trautmanfarm.com
Great tasting grass-fed beef, pastured pork, poultry, free-range eggs and 100% grass-fed dairy. Bring the whole family and share our joy at our certified organic family farm, minutes from I-90 near Stoughton, 12 minutes from Madison. Drop in Saturdays, 9am-Noon, or Wednesdays, 5-8pm. Otherwise please email or call ahead. Map E3
We strive to: raise vegetables and hay organically; sell produce locally at the Monroe Farmers’ Market and other areas in Green and Lafayette counties; generate electricity with solar PV; minimize our ecological “footprint”; invite others to enjoy Timothy Ridge, sharing their knowledge and energy. Come visit: 11 miles west of Monroe on Hwy 81, take Trotter Rd until it meets Jordan-Wiota Rd. Map D4
Trautman Family Farm
The Tree Farm
Chris Upper 8454 State Rd. 19, Cross Plains, WI 53528 (608) 798-2286 email@example.com www.thetreefarm.net
U-pick vegetables since 1973. Diversity and ethnic vegetables are our specialty. About 190 varieties of 40 kinds of vegetables, flowers and herbs. Quantities for canning or for supper. Scenic ridgetop in northwestern Dane County overlooking Indian Lake Park. Call or go online for driving directions, hours and daily produce availability. Map D2
Tomato Mountain Farm
Chris Covelli & Sarah Costa N7720 Sandy Hook Rd., Brooklyn, WI 53521 (608) 712-1585 firstname.lastname@example.org www.tomatomountain.com Tomato Mountain is a certified organic farm just south of Madison. We offer seedlings in the spring, a Chicago-area CSA, and salsas, preserves and other tomato-based products year-round. We harvest only the best ingredients by hand at the peak of ripeness, and bottle them only in season. And they don’t have far to travel—our on-farm kitchen is less than a block away! With no exposure to wheat, dairy, meat, soy or nuts, our products are naturally vegan, gluten-free and suitable for many with food allergies. Wholesale available. Map E4
Trillium Natural Foods Community Co-op
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 40) Map D3
Troy Community Farm
Claire Strader 500 block Troy Dr., Madison, WI 53704 (608) 442-6760 email@example.com www.troygardens.org
We have been growing certified organic vegetables on Madison’s northside since 2001, and we are proud to be the city’s first urban farm. Join our CSA, look for our sprouts and herbs in Madison food stores, pre-order bedding plants from our new passive solar greenhouse and visit our summer farm stand at Troy Gardens on Thursdays from 4-6pm. Map E3
Uplands Cheese Co./Grass Dairy Michael & Carol Gingrich, Dan & Jeanne Patenaude 5025 Hwy 23 N., Dodgeville, WI 53533 (608) 935-5558 fax: (608) 935-7030 firstname.lastname@example.org www.uplandscheese.com
Uplands Cheese Co./Grass Dairy is a rotational grazing farm and cheese manufacturing business in Dodgeville. Our cheeses, Pleasant Ridge Reserve and Rush Creek Reserve, are made on the farm using only the milk of our on-farm cows. Our award-winning Pleasant Ridge Reserve (Best of Show 2001, 2005 and 2010 American Cheese Society; U.S. Champion 2003 WCMA) is a raw milk cheese made in the style and tradition of French alpine cheeses. The sweet flavors of pasture grasses, herbs and wildflowers permeate every taste. VISITS BY APPOINTMENT, PLEASE. Wholesale available. Map C3
Valley View Emus, LLC
Betty Lou Cauffman 4446 Golf Dr., Fennimore, WI 53809 (608) 822-3190 fax: (608) 822-3190 email@example.com www.valleyviewemus.com
Our emus are free-fed, grazed and raised naturally. They are raised for “heart healthy” meat and are oil rich in omega-3, -6, -7 and -9. Oil uses include burns, skin problems, pain and lowering cholesterol, etc. Besides oil and meat, we have a nice range of products. Wholesale available. Map B3
Viroqua Food Co-op
Water House Foods Café & Bakehouse
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 40) Map A1
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 40) Map F3
West Star Farm, LLC
George Kohn 2571 West Star Rd., Cottage Grove, WI 53527 (608) 239-7570 firstname.lastname@example.org www.weststarfarm.com West Star Farm certified organic plants and produce are grown just 7 miles east of Madison. In spring, we offer a diverse selection of vegetable and herb plants. Find us most Saturdays at the Dane County Farmers’ Market and the Westside Community Market or call to purchase plants and produce at the farm. Wholesale available. Map E3
Chris Zastrow W8180 Cty C, Fort Atkinson, WI 53538 (920) 675-6113 email@example.com www.wholesomeharvestcsa.com
Wholesome Harvest is located just outside Fort Atkinson. We offer organic and transitional fruits and vegetables through our CSA program and on-farm sales. We deliver vegetable boxes throughout the entire growing season to many different sites throughout the city of Madison and Jefferson County. We hope that our farm could be a blessing to your family this season. Wholesale available. Map F3
Willow Creek Farms, LLC
Willow Creek Farms Charcuterie, Inc. Tony & Sue Renger E5293 Ohio Rd., Loganville, WI 53943 (608) 643-6348 fax: (608) 643-6526 firstname.lastname@example.org www.willowcreekpork.com
Yahara River Grocery Co-op
The Yesteryear Farm
Offering local, sustainable and humanely raised purebred Berkshire pork products. Our hogs are raised on pasture without antibiotics or animal byproducts. We have our own USDA processing facility in Prairie du Sac. We offer half and whole hogs along with individual cuts of pork and many specialty items. Please contact us for more information. Map C2
Ellen & Henry (Sr.) Bunn, Abigail Carr & Henry Bunn 2090 Town Hall Rd., Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 (608) 832-6446 email@example.com www.yesteryearfarm.com
The Yesteryear Farm features certified organic vegetables and eggs, natural beef and poultry, and education about life on the farm in the early 1900s. See our website for seasonal hours and availability of cucumbers, heirloom tomatoes, melons, pumpkins, other vegetables, beef and educational programs. Our farm is a relaxing 20-minute drive west of Madison, next to Dane County’s Donald Park. PLEASE CALL AHEAD TO ARRANGE A VISIT. Map D3
Cletus & Priscilla Meinholz 1351 Cty T, Marshall, WI 53559 (608) 279-5890 firstname.lastname@example.org www.woolfarm.com
Our 2011 Pumpkin Patch opens October 1st! Open 7 days a week, dawn to dusk! ALL pumpkins pre-picked and priced depending on size. ALL products we sell are grown here on our farm, so your purchase supports the local economy. Enjoy a short country drive to our farm (12 miles east of Madison) and choose your perfect pumpkin! www.woolfarm.com. Map E3
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 41) Map E3
Young Earth Farm
Karol Niemann & Shirley Young W11544 Cty CF, Randolph, WI 53956 (608) 843-5730 email@example.com www.youngearthfarm.com
Young Earth Farm specializes in delicious, clean and carefully packed produce. We take great care to provide top quality produce. Our products are USDA certified organic; we are proud to farm with respect for the earth and future generations. Enjoy our seasonal harvest as a CSA member or at Madison’s Dane County Farmers’ Market (yearround). Please visit youngearthfarm.com. Map F1
Farm Fresh Atlas
Directions: Look for numbers on the map that are in the location youâ€™re interested in, then refer to the corresponding numbers in the farm listings beginning on page 2. Cities with listed farmersâ€™ markets are in italics..
2011 - Southern WI
This map provides a general reference; it is not intended for navigation. Please contact the farms for specific directions.
BUY FRESH BUY LOCAL PARTNER RESTAURANTS The following restaurants belong to a network of farmers, chefs and food service professionals committed to growing the market for local food. Look for this logo when you are dining out to enjoy excellent food from area farms!
BFBL Partner since 2009
BFBL Partner since 2008
1980 Atwood Ave. Madison, WI 53704 (608) 204-7644 www.alchemycafe.net
Alchemy is a near-eastside gastropub serving up creative dishes utilizing locally sourced meats, veggies and products. Vegetarian and vegan options abound on the menu, while great rotating microbrews are always on tap. Plus, free live music nightly!
Beans ’n Cream Coffeehouse
2425 Atwood Ave. Madison, WI 53704 (608) 204-7004 www.bunkyscafe.net
Bunky’s Cafe supports local farmers with fresh salad ingredients and products from Madison craftspeople and farmers. Bunky’s has been a loyal local foods advocate on the eastside for years, and now they’ll be serving delicious Mediterranean and Italian specialties, including gluten-free selections.
345 Cannery Square Sun Prairie, WI 53590 (608) 837-7737 www.beansncreamcoffeehouse.com
Beans ’n Cream Coffeehouse is a community centered café located in the heart of Sun Prairie’s renovated, historic downtown. Beans ’n Cream serves exceptional coffees, specialty drinks, Rishi tea and Sassy Cow ice cream, as well as a locally sourced breakfast and lunch menu that relies heavily on organically produced ingredients.
BFBL Partner since 2009
BFBL Partner since 2009
Bloom Bake Shop
1834 Parmenter St. Middleton, WI 53562 (608) 831-5797 www.bloombakeshop.com BFBL Partner since 2010
A downtown Middleton small-batch local, organic, and fair-trade bakery offering cupcakes, brownies, whoopie pies, coffee, tea, and more!
1923 Monroe St. Madison, WI 53711 (608) 255-8500 www.brasseriev.com
BFBL Partner since 2007
Brasserie V is a casual neighborhood eatery offering a French- and Belgian-inspired menu and Belgian and craft beers to the Monroe Street community. The menu reflects our French country spirit as Chef Rob sources Wisconsin’s best meats, cheeses, and vegetables to create seasonal menus based on the farm products available throughout the year.
4124 Monona Dr. Madison, WI 53716 (608) 224-1150 www.goodcrema.com
Crema Cafe serves a café breakfast and lunch featuring many locally grown and produced ingredients. Chef Steven’s sandwiches featuring locally grown ingredients, a full espresso menu, fresh bakery and variety of natural snacks in a kid-friendly atmosphere make Crema Cafe a great morning or afternoon stop.
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Dayton Street Grille 1 W. Dayton St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 257-6000 www.concoursehotel.com BFBL Partner since 2009
The Dayton Street Grille, located in The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor’s Club, offers contemporary cuisine with global influences. Chef Charles Lazzareschi is proud to offer seasonal menus made with local ingredients. In the evening, Chef Charles’ signature sweet, savory and spicy sauces allow you to tailor local flavors to your palate.
Fit Fresh Cuisine
700 S. Park St. Madison, WI 53715 (608) 512-4828 www.fitfreshcuisine.com
BFBL Partner since 2008
2881 Commerce Park Dr. Fitchburg, WI 53715 (608) 277-8347
BFBL Partner since 2009
Fit Fresh Cuisine is Madison’s premier health food restaurant providing fresh, nutritious and delicious food with an emphasis on local ingredients. Created and operated by a registered dietitian, Fit Fresh Cuisine takes health food to a new level with a wide variety of tasty menu options your body will thank you for. Fit never tasted SO GOOD!
227 State St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 663-7374 www.frescomadison.com Fresco combines artistic sensibilities from atop the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art with fresh, local food and a special view of the Isthmus. Monthly Farmers’ Market Dinners showcase the region’s best local producers. With farmers in attendance, diners hear firsthand the story of local food before it arrives on their plate.
The Greenbush Bar 914 Regent St. Madison, WI 53715 (608) 257-2874
BFBL Partner since 2007
The Greenbush Bar’s owner and chef, Anna, buys local foods because they embody her values of humane, sustainable, community relationships toward food. Anna’s Italian heritage is at the center of the menu, so when you descend beneath the Italian Workingmen’s Club to dine at The Greenbush Bar, you’ll feel like one of the family.
COMMUNITY GARDENS GROW YOUR OWN In Dane County, over 2,000 families grow their own vegetables in 53 community gardens. To get involved, contact CAC Food & Gardens, (608) 246-4730 ext. 206 or firstname.lastname@example.org. www.cacscw.org/gardens
Community Action Coalition for South Central Wisconsin, Inc.
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21 N. Pinckney St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 255-6075 www.harvest-restaurant.com BFBL Partner since 2007
Celebrated Chef Derek Rowe lets local food speak for itself with simple, high-quality preparations at Harvest. Renowned around the country for its partnerships with local farmers, Harvest helps define midwestern cuisine, going beyond just serving food to actively supporting traditional and heritage food organizations and events.
Ian’s Pizza on State 115 State St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 257-9248
Ian’s Pizza by the Slice 319 N. Frances St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 257-9248 www.ianspizza.com
BFBL Partner since 2007
Creative, delicious local food is waiting for everyone at Ian’s Pizza in two locations. Buying direct from local farmers is just one way the folks at Ian’s Pizza are serving the community with their amazing pizza slices. Chef Jeff takes his job as head chef and food mastermind to the limit, sourcing local ingredients even for his brownies.
jacs Dining & Tap House
2611 Monroe St. Madison, WI 53711 (608) 441-5444 www.jacsdiningandtaphouse.com BFBL Partner since 2009
This neighborhood restaurant provides a European-inspired menu that changes seasonally. jacs Dining & Tap House strives to utilize Wisconsin’s local cheeses, grains, meats and produce while also offering several Wisconsin brews to complement any meal.
REASONS TO BECOME A MEMBER
5 Discounts, early entry and other
special opportunities at REAP events; REAP’s quarterly print newsletter; and a beautiful REAP refrigerator magnet.
4 Up to date information on all that
is happening in Southern Wisconsin’s local foods movement.
3 Knowledge that you’re supporting
our region’s sustainable farming community.
2 Support for Wisconsin’s leading
Farm to School program; helping schoolchildren get fresh, local foods in their schools.
The number one reason to become a REAP member is because you care deeply about the way food is grown, distributed and eaten in America. As a member you will join the growing movement to take back our tables and restore the health of America’s food system.
Be a part of the solution! Join online at reapfoodgroup.org or call for more information (608)310-7836
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La Fortuna Pizza
Madison, WI (608) 217-2934 www.lafortunapizza.com BFBL Partner since 2010
La Fortuna takes America’s favorite food and makes it even better—made right before your eyes using great local ingredients and cooked in their mobile wood-fired oven. Find La Fortuna at festivals around the area, or hire them to cater an event. Nothing says “party” like pizza! Check the website for events schedule and catering details.
L’Etoile & Graze
1 S. Pinckney St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 251-0500 www.letoile-restaurant.com www.grazemadison.com BFBL Partner since 2007
L’Etoile has been a treasured part of southern Wisconsin’s local food community for over 30 years. Graze, a new sibling restaurant, offers casual dining options, from breakfast to late night and weekend brunches. Renowned Chef Tory Miller composes seasonal menus with locally grown foods by cultivating relationships with small-scale farmers who are treated as our most honored partners. Side-by-side location in the U.S. Bank building on the Capitol Square.
2951 Triverton Pike Fitchburg, WI 53711 (608) 442-4444 www.lilianasrestaurant.com BFBL Partner since 2010
Liliana’s restaurant is a fine dining New Orleans style restaurant with an emphasis on local, organic choices when possible. We offer a seasonal menu and seek out local direct-from-farmer sources to build our menu around.
2500 University Ave. Madison, WI 53705 (608) 238-1922 www.lombardinos.com
BFBL Partner since 2007
Blending local ingredients with selected Italian imports, Chef Patrick creates sensational Italian menus that put Wisconsin farmers on par with the world’s finest artisans. Enjoy the flavors of Italian authenticity with local ingredients in Lombardino’s convivial, relaxing dining room.
5 E. Wilson St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 255-4861 www.madisonclub.org
BFBL Partner since 2007
Although it boasts more than 100 years of history, the Madison Club is anything but old-fashioned, thanks to its talented chef, Daniel Fox, who brings a passion for locavore practices and hand-crafted artisanal products to his kitchen.
118 S. Pinckney St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 661-5559 www.marigoldkitchen.com BFBL Partner since 2007
Isthmus diners and Saturday farmers’ market goers have long known Marigold Kitchen as a great lunch, breakfast or brunch spot. Less well known is Chef Phillip and Chef John’s loyal use of local eggs, meats and seasonal vegetables. Justify your indulgence in a delicious lunch at Marigold with the knowledge that you’re supporting local growers.
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The Old Fashioned
BFBL Partner since 2008
BFBL Partner since 2007
1929 Winnebago St. Madison, WI 53704 (608) 249-9719 www.mermaidcafemadison.com The bustling, warm atmosphere of the Mermaid Café supports dozens of local vendors while serving up delicious, fair-trade espresso drinks, soup, salads and sandwiches made from a host of farm-fresh ingredients. Culinary skills meet sustainable values with farmers’ market specials, seasonal soups and artisanal quiche made with CSA ingredients.
Monty’s Blue Plate Diner 2089 Atwood Ave. Madison, WI 53704 (608) 244-8505 www.montysblueplatediner.com BFBL Partner since 2010
Community is a vital aspect of Monty’s Blue Plate Diner. We recognize that our customers, especially those who live and work nearby are key to our success. We feel it’s important to give back. By buying local, we are able to keep our community at the forefront of our operations. We serve breakfast all day. Our menu proudly features upscale comfort food, vegetarian and vegan selections, as well as incredible pies, cakes, doughnuts and cupcakes.
23 N. Pinckney St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 310-4545 www.theoldfashioned.com One meal at The Old Fashioned is enough to prove their slogan, “Wisconsin is King.” Local products are the soul of the menu, giving Wisconsin cuisine its due. The Old Fashioned adheres to the local philosophy in ways you can’t even taste by supporting locally owned manufacturers, suppliers and distributors as well.
1805 Monroe St. Madison, WI 53711 (608) 257-2120 www.pizzabrutta.com
BFBL Partner since 2009
Brought to life by local oak, fire and stone, Pizza Brutta is making wood-fired pizzas and salads with organic ingredients. In the spirit of Neapolitan pizza, Chef Derek makes the fresh mozzarella daily from local curd and the dough from regionally produced organic flours. With vegetables and greens from Shooting Star and Harmony Valley, you won’t find a more rustic combination of tradition and local food on pizza. As we like to say at Brutta, “Pizza on a Mission!”
111 S. Hamilton St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 395-3295 www.nostranomadison.com BFBL Partner since 2010
Nostrano is owned by Chefs Tim and Elizabeth Dahl, who have honed their skills in some of Chicago’s finest restaurants. Nostrano offers seasonal, Italian-influenced entrees and desserts created in-house from local ingredients. Nostrano’s wine list features selections from small producers throughout the Mediterranean region and its unique craft cocktail list highlights classic cocktails from the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
ORGANIC FLOUR & LOCAL CHEESE
The Roman Candle 1054 Williamson St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 258-2000
1920 Parmenter St. Middleton, WI 53562 (608) 831-7777 2685 Research Park Dr. Fitchburg, WI 53711 (608) 278-1111 www.theromancandle.com BFBL Partner since 2009
As your traditional neighborhood pizzeria, Roman Candle stretches the idea of traditional with its creative specialty pizzas featuring seasonal, local vegetables. With the labor and care they put into each pizza, salad and dessert, you are guaranteed to fix your craving for fresh, local food.
617 Williamson St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 441-1600 www.sardinemadison.com BFBL Partner since 2007
Stepping into Sardine, the atmosphere immediately sets the tone for the food: delightful, smart and thoughtfully designed. Seasonal, local produce is regularly featured on the menu as Chef John and Chef Phillip execute consistently delicious meals.
1 S. Pinckney St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 268-0114 www.sunprint-cafe.com BFBL Partner since 2010
The price is right at Sunprint Café when you try many of their seasonal specialties for breakfast or lunch. An earth friendly attitude is reflected throughout Sunprint, from participating in a CSA to their eco-friendly food packaging. With a focus of fresh and local food, any farmers’ market shopper or Isthmus diner can get their fill of delicious food under the sun.
FARM TO SCHOOL LOCAL FARMS
+ FRESH, WHOLE FOODS + SCRATCH COOKING
HEALTHY KIDS & HEALTHY FARMS! Studies show that children who have enough time to eat and are given healthy food at school have improved academic performance and are more likely to adopt healthier eating habits at home. REAP’s Farm to School program is a leader in the movement to give children in Madison schools these opportunities. Help REAP connect children to farms and food! Become a member or volunteer for the Farm to School program. Learn more at:
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Tex Tubb’s Taco Palace
Umami Ramen & Dumpling Bar
BFBL Partner since 2011
BFBL Partner since 2011
2009 Atwood Ave. Madison, WI 53704 (608) 242-1800 www.textubbstacos.com
Just like the chain restaurants, except without the commercial food, fluorescent lights and uncomfortable chairs. We take our food seriously, and we make it tasty! We get fresh meat and produce from local farms and we make everything from scratch. We do all this because we know it is worth the effort and because we know you’ll love it.
Tornado Room Steak House 116 S. Hamilton St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 256-3570 www.tornadosteakhouse.com BFBL Partner since 2009
Tornado Room Steak House presents white-linen dining in a supper club atmosphere and specializes in the preparation of steaks, seafood and other midwestern fare. Striving to become more involved with the growing local food movement, Tornado now sources many local products that are featured on a daily basis. Come and enjoy!
923 Williamson St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 819-6319 www.umamimadison.com
Umami Ramen & Dumpling Bar features homemade “savory” Chinese dumplings and Japanese ramen soups made with seasonal, locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Umami’s carefully crafted food and drinks menu, along with its modern design, make this Williamson Street restaurant and bar a uniquely authentic and soulful experience. Umami is committed to sustainable practices and supporting the local community while paying homage to tradition and creativity.
Vintage Brewing Company 674 S. Whitney Way Madison WI 53711 (608) 204-2739 www.vintagebrewingcompany.com BFBL Partner since 2011
We at the Vintage Brewing Co. are showing how much we care for our local economy by bringing you fresh products from farmers throughout the area. Our Chef, AJ Hurst, is providing our customers a first hand taste of the kinds of foods that come from Wisconsin. His creations in the kitchen bring you some of the best tasting food in the Madison area. Match that with our brewmaster Scott Manning and his top notch beer and you have plenty of reason to enjoy the Vintage Brewing Co.
The Weary Traveler 1201 Williamson St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 442-6207
BFBL Partner since 2007
The Weary Traveler makes a point to source from friends and neighbors so eaters can find great food whether it’s lunch, dinner, or late at night. Chef Joey makes using local ingredients look easy and casual; diners may never realize the dedication going into their meal.
The Berg Farm Vernon County, WI
In addition to our restaurant partners, the Buy Fresh Buy Local program also partners with area distributors, grocery stores and healthcare providers. Please support and thank them for working with local farmers.
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Simply Wisconsin, LLC (Distributor Partner) www.simplywi.com
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 39)
Metcalfe’s Market (Retail Grocery Partner) www.shopmetcalfes.com
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 36)
Willy Street Co-op (Retail Grocery Partner) www.willystreet.coop
(see Businesses and Organizations, page 41)
Know your food.
St. Mary’s Hospital
When it’s Organic Valley milk, it comes from our Wisconsin farm community. We farm the way nature intended, without the use of antibiotics, synthetic hormones or toxic pesticides. Our cows graze organic pastures and we treat our animals, environment and customers with respect. You see, like all Organic Valley farmers, we take pride in putting food on your table that’s both healthy and delicious. After all, if it says Organic Valley, it has our name on it.
(Healthcare Partner) www.stmarysmadison.com
(Healthcare Partner) www.hospicecareinc.com
REAP’s Buy Fresh Buy Local Southern Wisconsin program is pleased to work with the other BFBL chapters nationwide, founded by FoodRoutes Network, a non profit dedicated to reconnecting Americans with the source of their food.
Visit www.organicvalley.coop to meet the farmers and get coupons.
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BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
Please support these businesses and organizations, and tell them you saw them in the Southern Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas. Businesses with venues located outside of Madison are shown on the map on pages 22-23.
Basics Cooperative 1711 Lodge Dr. Janesville, WI 53545 (608) 754-3925 email@example.com www.basicshealth.com
Basics Cooperative is a full-service natural products grocery store owned by our customers. We strive to provide high-quality natural, organic and locally sourced foods and supplements to our community. With our products and our commitment to providing top-notch service and information, we can help you maximize your potential for well-being. Come to Basics – It’s Only Natural! See #8 on map.
Cedar Grove Cheese
E5904 Mill Rd. Plain, WI 53577 (608) 546-5284 | (800) 200-6020 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cedargrovecheese.com
Cheese tours, retail outlet and “living machine” water treatment. Fresh curd, specialty and organic cheese since 1878. One mile east of Hwy 23. Take Hwy B to Mill Rd.; first business on left. Monday-Saturday mornings are best for tours. Please call ahead on Sundays. See #21 on map.
Community GroundWorks 3601 Memorial Dr., Suite 4 Madison, WI 53704 (608) 240-0409 email@example.com www.communitygroundworks.org
Community GroundWorks is a nonprofit organization that connects people to nature and local food. Through hands-on education, children and adults learn gardening, urban farming, healthy eating and natural restoration. Organized in Madison, Wisconsin, in 2001 as the Friends of Troy Gardens, Community GroundWorks serves diverse communities and schools across the region.
140 S. Winsted St./Hwy 23 Spring Green, WI 53588 (608) 628-1001 firstname.lastname@example.org www.driftlessdepot.com
Our food lover’s store offers conscientiously sourced, quality, organic, local and global food, drink and related specialties for all occasions. We conduct workshops on healthy, stressfree and fine food preparations. Espresso. Wine. Gelato. Custom picnic baskets. Relaxing indoor and outdoor seating. CSA pick-up point. 140 S. Winsted St./State Hwy 23 and the railroad tracks in Spring Green. See #27 on map.
Driftless Market, LLC 95 W. Main St. Platteville, WI 53818 (608) 348-2696 email@example.com www.driftlessmarket.com
Driftless Market is Platteville’s community grocery on Main Street. We offer a full line of natural and organic foods, focusing on local and regional products, including artwork. Enjoy homemade soups, chili, baked goods and more from our in-house deli. Shop in a friendly, warm environment committed to its community. See #28 on map.
BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
Driftless Solar, LLC 5200 Cty Z Spring Green, WI 53588 (608) 935-3670 firstname.lastname@example.org www.driftless-solar.com
Wisconsin Farmers Union
Affordable overnight camps for young people to make friends, have fun and learn about cooperation, family farms, social justice, leadership and sustainability. 800-272-5531, www.wisconsinfarmersunion.com [Get in touch for camps & dates.]
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Serving the sustainable food movement by providing solar solutions for electric, hot water and heat in residences, farms, greenhouses or processing facilities. We integrate passive solar, a variety of storage methods and flexible backup, such as wood boilers. Our solar test system evaluates components and control strategies before installations. NABCEP certified; Focus on Energy provider; USDA REAP application specialist. VISITS DURING MREA SOLAR TOUR WEEKEND ONLY. See #30 on map.
Edgewood College Sustainability Leadership Graduate Certificate Program 1000 Edgewood College Dr. Madison, WI 53711 (608) 663-3297 email@example.com www.edgewood.edu • Sun - THE sustainable, local energy source • Supplement in-floor hot water heat • NABCEP certified in electric and hot water • Farm, greenhouse, processing
Designed for working professionals, the Sustainability Leadership Graduate Program serves those who recognize the urgent call to create more ecologically, economically and socially resilient communities. Students develop the transformative ethical leadership skills needed to successfully apply the principles of sustainability for positive change. Together with faculty, they work in partnership with community organizations to address global challenges with local solutions.
Sustainability Leadership Graduate Certificate Join a community of working professionals in a one-year, interdisciplinary program for personal and professional transformation. Apply today! Classes begin in August.
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BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
Family Farm Defenders
Healthy Healthy Food Food for for Busy Busy People, People, LLC LLC
1019 Williamson St., #B Madison, WI 53703 (608) 260-0900 email@example.com www.familyfarmdefenders.org
Menu Planning Shopping Delivery
Healthy Food for Busy People, LLC PO Box 5156 Madison, WI 53705 (608) 819-6322 firstname.lastname@example.org www.healthyfoodmadison.com
(608) 819-6322 PO Box 5156, Madison, WI 53705
Door County Cherries
The mission of FFD is to create a farmer-controlled and consumeroriented food system based upon democratic institutions that respect and empower local people in their quest for justice and dignity. To this end, FFD supports sustainable agriculture, farm worker rights, animal welfare, consumer safety, fair trade and food sovereignty.
Nancy Ann Johnson Holistic Health Consultant
Initial Consultation is Free
Bringing health to you!
Healthy Food for Busy People promotes peaceful minds and healthy bodies by partnering with you to plan simple, nutritious dinner menus made with real food. Grocery shopping for you is included to give you more time to live the life you want. I do the weekly planning and the footwork—you enjoy the food.
The Madison Area CSA Coalition brings you... The perfect tool for all vegetable lovers and CSA members! • Organized by vegetable • Over 400 recipes • Includes nutrition and storage tips • Bulk discounts available $18.77 per book
Connecting growers & eaters
303 S. Paterson St. #1B, Madison WI 53703 for more than 18 years (608) 226-0300 | www.macsac.org Order online or send a check.
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Supplying sustainably grown food products to the Heritage Kitchen, Heritage Market & Cafe and The Old Feed Mill.
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Market & Cafe featuring local and regional products, soups, baked goods and breakfast.
The Best of Country Cuisine at one of the culinary and cultural treasures of Southern Wisconsin.
608-795-2414 18 BRODHEAD STREET
608-795-4909 114 CRAMER STREET
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BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
Heritage Kitchen & Heritage Market 18 Brodhead St. Mazomanie, WI 53560 (608) 795-2414 email@example.com www.mazomaniemills.com
The Heritage Kitchen incubator is a shared-use commercial kitchen available to residents of southwestern Wisconsin wishing to start or expand a food-related small business. The Heritage Market & Café is a food service retail and restaurant outlet for the Heritage Kitchen. It focuses on local and regional products. Enjoy homemade soups, baked goods, sandwiches and locally sourced breakfast on weekends. See #43 on map.
Hook’s Cheese Company, Inc. 320 Commerce St. Mineral Point, WI 53565 (608) 987-3259 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hookscheese.com
We make our cheese from milk produced on small family farms in southwestern Wisconsin. We are located in the historic town of Mineral Point. Our award-winning cheeses range from Colby, Monterey Jack and Pepper Jack to Blues and sharp Cheddars. Our 10-year Cheddar took 1st place at the American Cheese Society Show in 2006. See #47 on map.
Just Coffee Cooperative 1129 E. Wilson St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 204-9011 email@example.com justcoffee.coop
Just Coffee Cooperative is a worker-owned roaster dedicated to creating and expanding a model of trade based on transparency, equality and human dignity. We strive to build long-term relationships with small-scale farmers to bring you an incredible cup of coffee. We are located on Madison’s near eastside, providing artisan roasted coffee for the finest cafes, restaurants, grocery co-ops and independent groceries in Wisconsin. Also available online at justcoffee.coop. Wholesale available
BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
Madison Area Community Supported Agriculture Coalition 303 S. Paterson St., Suite 1B Madison, WI 53703 (608) 226-0300 firstname.lastname@example.org www.macsac.org
MACSAC works to create a sustainable, just, local food system by promoting and supporting CSA farms and educating our community about direct-market, organic agriculture. Through our Partner Shares Program, MACSAC subsidizes CSA memberships for limited-income households to improve community nutrition and increase access to fresh food from local farms.
Hilldale Mall 726 N. Midvale Blvd. Madison, WI 53705 (608) 238-7612 hilldale@ShopMetcalfes.com www.shopmetcalfes.com
Metcalfe’s is Madison’s premier locally owned and operated, full-service market specializing in locally produced, specialty and sustainable foods. Enjoy over 130 deli entrees and salads daily, 25 local bakeries and hundreds of Wisconsin artisan cheeses. We offer the largest selection of fresh seafood, local produce and local and sustainable meat. Open 24 hours, 7 days a week!
Nature’s Bakery Cooperative 1019 Williamson St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 257-3649 www.naturesbakery.coop
We are a worker-owned collective that has been providing the community with affordable, nutritious products made from organic whole grains since 1970. Come to our storefront, located in the Wil-Mar neighborhood, for fresh bread, wheat-free granolas, veggie burgers, spinach cheese calzones, sprouted wheat Essene breads and delicious all-natural cookies! Wholesale available
FOOD MILES SPRING GREEN
CATES FAMILY FARM
“PEOPLE WANT TO KNOW WHERE THEIR FOOD COMES FROM — THEY WANT TO KNOW THE STORY.” Tim Metcalfe, President Visit us at shopmetcalfes.com for the Cates Family Farm grass fed, grass finished story.
HILLDALE MALL OPEN 24 HOURS 100% GREEN POWERED
BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
The Old Feed Mill
114 Cramer St. Mazomanie, WI 53560 (608) 795-4909, (888) 345-4909 fax: (608) 795-4942 email@example.com www.mazomaniemills.com
Recognized for being “the Best of the Midwest,” The Old Feed Mill restaurant has been bringing local farmers’ flavors to the table for well over 15 years. From local, pasture-based cheeses blended into classic favorites to grains grown in the valleys of Taliesin, stone ground and baked in the hearth of the Mill—we live local. Without a doubt, The Old Feed Mill is one of the culinary and cultural treasures of southern Wisconsin. See #66 on map.
Organic Valley Family of Farms One Organic Way La Farge, WI 54639 (608) 625-2602 www.organicvalley.coop
Taste the delicious and healthful difference that comes from producing foods in harmony with nature. Organic Valley’s certified organic dairy, juice, eggs, produce and soy are produced by 1,200+ family farms that own our cooperative. We never use antibiotics, synthetic hormones or pesticides, or genetically modified organisms. Learn about the farmers in your area and get coupons at www.organicvalley.coop. See #67 on map.
Paoli Local Foods, LLC 6895 Paoli Rd. Belleville, WI 53508 (608) 845-3663 firstname.lastname@example.org www.paolilocalfoods.com
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Paoli Local Foods (PLF) is owned and operated by Ken and Sherrie Ruegsegger of Ruegsegger Farms Natural Meats. Famous for our 100% grass-fed beef, free-range chicken, eggs, pastured pork, lamb, veal, goat and organic produce. PLF also carries LOCAL products from over 80 other LOCAL organic farmers and gardeners. If it’s LOCAL food, it’s here. See #69 on map.
Physicians Plus Insurance Corp.
Local Natural & Organic Foods
From over 80 Farmers, Growers, Bakers & Processors • 100% Grass-fed Beef • Organic Groceries & Baked Goods • Farm Fresh In-Season Produce • Organic Raw Milk Cheeses • CSA Shares Always Available
AFE OOD Corg REALm F anic, scratch with local, Made fro fed ingredients. natural and grass-
Paoli Market “The Locavores Choice” Cafe & Store Hours: Monday - Friday 10AM to 6PM, Saturday 8AM - 4PM
6895 Paoli Rd • Paoli, WI • 608-845-3663 www.naturalmeats.org
22 E. Mifflin St., Suite 200 Madison, WI 53703 (608) 282-8900 email@example.com www.pplusic.com
Need another reason to include fresh produce in your diet? With the Physicians Plus Eat Healthy Rebate, members who purchase a fruit or vegetable share from any MACSAC, FRESH Food Connection or Simply Wisconsin farm can receive a rebate of up to $100/year for single contracts or $200/ year for family contracts! Visit our website for details.
BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
Pine River Market and Café 194 W. Court St. Richland Center, WI 53581 (608) 647-7299 www.pinerivercoop.com
Located in the heart of downtown Richland Center, the Pine River Market and Café provides local, organic and fair trade products. Fresh produce, coffees, bulk grain and spices, as well as daily soups and baked goods, are waiting for you. Stop in for a cup of coffee and lunch. A food co-op since 1983; membership is not required to shop. See #71 on map.
100 S. Baldwin St., #303, 304 Madison, WI 53703 (608) 663-5005 firstname.lastname@example.org www.potterscrackers.com
Potter’s Crackers are Wisconsin’s only organic, artisan crackers. Produced from fresh, local ingredients, our crackers are full of flavor. We offer some varieties year-round, but also feature many seasonal crackers inspired by produce from local farmers. Crackers are available at stores that sell artisan, local food across Wisconsin.
RP’s Pasta Co.
1133 E. Wilson St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 257-7216 fax: (608) 257-7267 email@example.com www.rpspasta.com
RP’s Pasta Company was founded in 1995 by Peter Robertson, a passionate man with a love for food. He began selling his fresh, all-natural pasta at the Dane County Farmers’ Market. Peter grew his love for fresh pasta into a successful business, selling pasta to grocery stores and restaurants. To purchase our pasta, visit our website to locate a store near you. Wholesale available
2811 Agriculture Dr. Madison, WI 53708 (608) 224-5080 DATCPSavorWisconsin@wi.gov www.SavorWisconsin.com
The SavorWisconsin.com website is connecting consumers with Wisconsin producers, farms, restaurants, farmers’ markets and food-related events. This online directory helps consumers locate food and products across Wisconsin, allowing visitors to customize their search criteria with a simple keystroke. Businesses can also create a FREE profile to be part of the search listing. Visit www.SavorWisconsin.com—we’re connecting consumers hungry for local goods with the people who produce them!
Eating healthy made easy With the Eat Healthy RebateSM program from Physicians Plus, you can receive a steady supply of fresh fruit and veggies from local farms all summer long! It’s part of our Good Health Bonus which allows you to apply a rebate to the cost of a produce share from a local CSA farm. It’s fresh produce that can earn you up to $200 per year.* * The total maximum annual reimbursement under the Good Health Bonus program is $100/year for single contracts and $200/year for family contracts. To be eligible for the Eat Healthy Rebate, you must order a produce share from any MACSAC, FRESH Food Connection or Simply Wisconsin farm and make a minimum payment (excluding public or private assistance programs) equal to or greater than the rebate amount for which you are eligible.
BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
Simply Wisconsin, LLC PO Box 6171 Madison, WI 53716 (608) 630-7097 firstname.lastname@example.org www.simplywi.com
Local, affordable and organic. Join us and share the sense of community and the importance of never taking your food for granted! Whether you’re a farmer, a consumer, a chef, a retailer or a CSA fan, we have something for everyone!
Slow Food Madison
The Something Special from Wisconsin™ logo guarantees that at least 50% of a product's ingredients, production, or processing activities are from Wisconsin.
You find a full listing of these companies at somethingspecialfromwisconsin.com
Slow Food Madison is a chapter of Slow Food USA that promotes good, clean and fair practices for growers, eaters and the land. We offer monthly socials, artisan food events and educational opportunities for community members. We support artisan producers committed to making food of excellent quality and taste, which leads to a slower, more harmonious rhythm of life. Come join us.
Something Special from Wisconsin™ 2811 Agriculture Dr. Madison, WI 53708 (608) 224-5124 DATCPSSFW@wi.gov www.somethingspecialfromwisconsin.com
The Something Special from Wisconsin™ logo guarantees that at least 50% of a product’s ingredients, production or processing activities are from Wisconsin. Products that proudly display the Something Special from Wisconsin™ logo are recognized for their quality and authenticity. When you see this logo, you know it’s from Wisconsin. You can find a full listing of members at www. SavorWisconsin.com. Visit www.somethingspecialfromwisconsin.com to learn if your company is eligible and how you can join the program.
Thunder Valley Inn
W15344 Waubeek Rd. Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 (608) 254-4145 email@example.com www.thundervalleyinn.com
Connecting consumers with Wisconsin foods, producers, farms, restaurants, farmers’ markets and food related events.
Scandinavian farm B&B and restaurant. Our old-fashioned farm restaurant sources local food in season. Delicious Sunday brunch and farmers’ market 8:30am to 1pm from May 8-October 30. Smorgasbords, threshing dinners with fiddling, singing, accordion music and Ole & Lena jokes are available by reservation, along with group bread baking and tours of our dairy farm. Velkommen! See #100 on map.
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BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
Trillium Natural Foods Community Co-op
Viroqua Food Co-op
An oasis in western Dane County! Local, organic and sustainably grown produce, dairy, meats and more. Enjoy raw desserts, salads, entrees and sandwiches from our Living Foods Deli (varies daily). Many organic options, including foods for those with dietary challenges. Nutritional supplements, healthy body care and ecologically friendly household products. A community-based grocery co-op with exceptional personalized service! Open daily. See #107 on map.
VFC takes pride in offering a one-stop shopping experience with a commitment to local/organic foods and superior customer service. Enjoy our deli serving three meals a day from the hot bar, soup, salad and sandwich bar, fresh baked goods, espresso bar plus a fabulous Sunday brunch. Open MondaySaturday, 7am-9pm; Sunday, 9am-8pm. See #111 on map.
517 Springdale St. Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 (608) 437-5288 firstname.lastname@example.org www.trilliumnaturalfoods.com
609 N. Main St. Viroqua, WI 54665 (608) 637-7511 email@example.com www.viroquafood.coop
Water House Foods CafĂŠ & Bakehouse 110 E. Lake St. Lake Mills, WI 53551 (920) 945-0660 firstname.lastname@example.org www.waterhousefoods.com
Water House Foods CafĂŠ & Bakehouse is a gathering and entertainment space offering high-taste foods, with a focus on using local and organic ingredients. Scrumptious sandwiches, using our own artisan breads, are served alongside soups and salads, desserts, scones, croissants, bagels; plus other homemade sweets, local coffees, organic teas, Sunday brunch and music. Open seven days. Wholesale available. See #112 on map.
At the Co-op, fresh delicious food is just the beginning. Nourish your family. Discover local foods. Connect with others and help build a strong community. It all comes together at the co-op.
609 N Main St,Viroqua WI 608.637.7511 Open Mon-Sat 7am-9pm, Sunday 9am-8pm
Local Meat, Produce & Dairy, Fresh Baked Goods, Coffee & Espresso, Soup & Salad Bar, Organic Groceries, Bulk, Hot Bar
BUSINESSES & ORGANIZATIONS
Willy Street Co-op East: 1221 Williamson St. Madison, WI 53703 (608) 251-6776 Willy West: 6825 University Ave., Middleton • (608) 284-7800 Willy East: 1221 Williamson St., Madison • (608) 251-6776 open 7:30am–9:30pm daily • www.willystreet.coop
food* * local, organic, natural, special-diet, bulk, gourmet, vegan, vegetarian, made-toorder, catered, delivered and online (shop.willystreet.coop) Willy West now open at 6825 University Ave., Middleton
If you like local food, please join us for our second annual
Eat Local Challenge!
Check out willystreet.coop/ELC for details and resources.
HOW LOCAL CAN YOU GO?
West: 6825 University Ave. Middleton, WI 53562 (608) 284-7800 email@example.com www.willystreet.coop
Your full-service grocery cooperative specializing in locally grown, natural and organic food. Enjoy our in-house deli and bakery, delicious soup and salad bar, juice and coffee bar, fresh fruits and vegetables, and a variety of health and beauty products. Full-service meat counter, a self-serve deli hot bar, and beer and wine section at Willy West. Catering, online shopping and delivery services available.
Wisconsin Farmers Union Kamp Kenwood 117 W. Spring St. Chippewa Falls, WI 54729 (715) 723-5561 firstname.lastname@example.org www.wisconsinfarmersunion.com
WFU Kamp Kenwood is supported by the Wisconsin Farmers Union Foundation, whose projects and programs foster family farming, rural life and education on the important role of cooperatives and agriculture in society. Since the 1930s, WFU camps have promoted cooperatives, leadership and social justice to rural and urban kids, developing awareness of the value of family farms and strong communities.
Yahara River Grocery Co-op 229 E. Main St. Stoughton, WI 53589 (608) 877-0947 email@example.com www.yaharagrocery.coop
Yahara River Grocery Co-op brings local, all-natural and organic foods to Stoughton and the surrounding area, offering produce, dairy, meat—including grass-fed beef, pastured pork and lamb—bulk products, health and beauty aids, beer and wine. Come in and enjoy our fresh salad bar, homemade soups, baked goods and grab ’n’ go deli items. YRGC is committed to supporting our local producers and providing the friendliest shopping experience around. We look forward to seeing you! See #117 on map.
Farmers’ Market Listings 2011 Share southern Wisconsin’s bountiful harvest at a farmers’ market. There are farmers’ markets every day of the week during the growing season, and a few winter markets, too. Towns with farmers’ markets are italicized on the map on pages 22-23. Baraboo Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Wednesdays and Saturdays 7:30am to 1pm
Location: Courthouse Square, downtown Baraboo Contact: Fred Moh, (608) 356-5606 firstname.lastname@example.org www.downtownbaraboo.com
(Beloit) Downtown Beloit Farmers’ Market June through Oct. Saturdays, 8am to 1pm
Location: Downtown Beloit, 300 block of State St. and 400 block of East Grand Ave. Contact: Downtown Beloit Association, (608) 365-0150 email@example.com
Capitol View Farmers’ Market — see Madison Farmers’ Markets
Columbus Farmers’ Market June through Oct. Sundays, 9am to 1pm
Location: Julie’s Java, 409 N. Ludington (next to the Amtrak Station) Contact: Julie, (920) 623-5540 Earl Krueger, (920) 623-3425
Columbus Downtown Farmers’ Market June through Oct. 12th Wednesdays, 3pm to 6pm
Location: City Hall parking lot on James St. across from the library. Contact: Kristi Agnew, (902) 382-4469
Dane County Farmers’ Market — see Madison Farmers’ Markets
Darlington Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Saturdays, 8am to Noon
Location: Darlington Festival Grounds, Main St. Contact: Suze Osterday, (608) 776-3067 firstname.lastname@example.org
DeForest Area Farmers’ Market Ferryville Market in the Park June 1st through mid-Oct. Tuesdays, 3pm to 6pm
May through Oct. Saturdays, 9am to 4pm
Dodgeville Farmers’ Market
Fitchburg Center Farmers’ Market
Location: Market Street (front of library) Contact: Lisa Beck, (608) 846-2922 email@example.com www.deforestarea.com
May 21st through Oct. 15th Saturdays, 8am to 11am
Location: Municipal parking lot next to the United Methodist Church on Iowa St. Contact: Dee Margis, (608) 943-6230 firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastman Farmers’ Market June through Oct. Fridays, 3pm to 7pm
Location: Eastman ballpark on N. Main St. Contact: Allison Roberts, (608) 874-9383
Eastside Farmers’ Market — see Madison Farmers’ Markets
(Edgerton) Henry Street Farmers’ Market June through Sept. Thursdays, 2pm to 6pm
Location: Henry St., Edgerton Contact: Teri Huber, (608) 921-1601 or (608) 758-9359 www.henrystreetmarket.org
Evansville Farmers’ Market Apr. 30th through Oct. 29th Saturdays, 9am to 2pm
Location: Downtown Evansville Contact: Marie Messinger, (608) 882-9032
Fall River Farm & Flea Market May 14th through Oct. 15th Saturdays, 8am to 12:30pm
Location: 100 Savanna Rd., Savanna Oaks Community Center Contact: Judy Robbins, (920) 484-3337 savannaoakscenter.com
Location: Sugar Creek Park, Hwy 35, south end of town Contact: Ali Spurr, (608) 734-3400 www.ferryville.com, www.visitferryville.com
May 5th through Oct. 27th Thursdays, 3pm to 6pm
Location: 5511 East Cheryl Pkwy. Left at intersection of Fish Hatchery Rd. and Cheryl Parkway (under Agora Pavilion) Contact: Steven Leverentz, (608) 277-2592 email@example.com www.fitchburgcenter.com
(Fort Atkinson) Fort Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Saturdays, 8am to Noon
Location: Downtown in the city parking lot on East Milwaukee Ave. Contact: Cynthia Holt, (920) 563-3210 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fortfarmersmarket.com EBT available
Gays Mills Farmers’ Market May 18th through Oct. 19th Wednesdays, 3pm to 6:30pm
Location: Gays Mills Lions Park - Main St. at the bridge Contact: Sharon Murphy, (608) 624-3409 email@example.com www.gaysmillsfarmersmarket.com
Hilldale Farmers’ Market — see Madison Farmers’ Markets
Hillsboro Farmers’ Market June through Oct. Saturdays, 8am to 1pm
Location: Royal Bank parking lot 731 Water Ave. Contact: Sheila Schraufnagel (608) 489-2521, firstname.lastname@example.org
FARMERS’ MARKETS Janesville Farmers’ Market May 7th through Oct. 29th Saturdays, 8am to 1pm
Location: 100 & 200 blocks N. Main St., downtown Janesville Contact: (608) 289-9292 email@example.com, www.janesvillefarmersmarket.com
Jefferson Farmers’ Market June 8th, June 15th, July 13th, July 27th, Aug. 4th, Aug. 24th Wednesdays, 4pm to 8pm
Location: Rotary Park, Gardner Ave. Contact: Janet Werner, (920) 674-4511 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake Mills Farmers’ Market May 4th through Oct. 26th Wednesdays, 2pm to dusk
(Middleton) Downtown Middleton’s Farmers’ Market May 3rd through Oct. 25th Tuesdays, 3pm to 6pm
Location: Terrace Avenue, parking lot behind Hubbard Avenue Diner Contact: Marilyn Burke, (608) 836-5559, email@example.com
Middleton Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Thursdays, 7am to 1:30pm
Northside Farmers’ Market — see Madison Farmers’ Markets
Oregon Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Tuesdays, 2pm to 6pm
Location: 787 N. Main St. Bill’s Food Center parking lot Contact: Dave Woodcock, (608) 873-9443 www.localharvest.org/ farmers-markets/M776 Vendor pre-registration required
Location: Corner Greenway Blvd. and Deming Way, middle of Greenway Station Contact: Tom Murphy, (608) 872-2152
Platteville Farmers’ Market
Mineral Point Farmers’ Market
Saturday Location: Platteville City Park, Market St.
May through Oct. Saturdays, 8:30am to 11am
Apr. 30th through Oct. 29th Saturdays, 7am to Noon May 3rd through Oct. 25th Tuesdays, 3pm to 7pm
Location: Commons Park, downtown Lake Mills Contact: Jill Nadeau, (920) 648-2344 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lakemillsfarmersmarket.com
Location: Watertower Park Contact: Jenny Bonde (608) 967-2319, email@example.com Lois Federman, (608) 987-2097 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mineralpointmarket.com
Lodi Valley Farmers’ Market
Monona Farmers’ Market
Portage Farmers’ Market
Location: Ahuska Park, E. Broadway between Monona Dr. and Stoughton Rd. Contact: Ross Cohen email@example.com www.mononafarmersmarket.com EBT available
Location: Wisconsin and Cook St. (Hwy 33 & Hwy 16) Contact: Gil Meisgeier, (608) 742-5054 firstname.lastname@example.org, www.portagewi.com
Apr 29th through Oct. 28th Fridays, 2pm to 6pm
Location: 902 N. Main St. next to Kolks Lumber Contact: Gail Lamberty, (608) 643-8017 email@example.com
McFarland Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Thursdays, 2pm to 6pm
Location: 5100 Farwell St. in the McFarland Centre WINTER MARKET: Best of Wisconsin Indoor Farmers’ Market
Nov. 5th through Dec. 24th Saturdays, 9am to 2pm
Location: 5915 Milwaukee St., in the McFarland Municipal Center Contact: Dave Woodcock, (608) 873-9443 www.localharvest.org/ farmers-markets/M749 Vendor pre-registration required
May 1st through Oct. 30th Sundays, 9am to 1pm
Monroe Farmers’ Market May 12th through Oct. 29th Saturdays, 8am to 1pm and Wednesdays, 2pm to 5:30pm
Location: North side of Monroe’s downtown square Contact: Pam Christopher, (608) 325-7648, thechamber@tds. net www.monroechamber.org
Mt. Horeb Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Thursdays, 3pm to 6:30pm
Location: Heritage Park, under the water tower downtown, 110 N. 2nd St., at the Old School House Contact: Kathleen Kay, (608) 437-2787 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Tuesday Location: Take 2 Restaurant Parking Lot Contact: Gary A. Olson, (608) 348-3992 firstname.lastname@example.org www.plattevillefarmers.org
May 3rd through Oct. 28th Thursdays, Noon to 6pm
Poynette Area Farmers’ Market May 7th through Sept. 24th Saturdays, 8am to 11am
Location: Pauquette Park parking lot S. Main St. Contact: Lorra Rhyner, (920) 992-3742 email@example.com
(Prairie du Chien) Blackhawk Junction Farmers’ Market Late Apr. through late Oct. Saturdays, 7am to 11am
Location: Blackhawk Junction, 700 E. Blackhawk Ave. (Location moving mid-August—call for info) Contact: Donna Teynor, (608) 326-2491
MADISON FARMERS’ MARKETS Capitol View Farmers’ Market June 1st through Oct. 12th Wednesdays, 3pm to 7pm
Location: Grandview Commons Neighborhood: east of I-90 off Cottage Grove Rd. at corner of Northstar and Sharpsburg Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org www.capitolviewfarmersmarket.com
Dane County Farmers’ Market Apr. 16th through Nov. 5th Saturdays, 6am to 2pm
Location: Capitol Square, downtown Madison
Apr. 20th through Nov. 2nd Wednesdays, 8:30am to 2pm
Location: 200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Indoors: Nov. 12th through Dec. 17th
Saturdays, 7:30am to Noon
May 9th through Oct. 31st Mondays, 2pm to 6pm
Location Mondays: Novation Campus, 2518 Rimrock Rd.
May 17th through Oct. 25th Tuesdays, 2pm to 6pm
Location Tuesdays: Labor Temple, 1602 S. Park St.
May 26th through Oct. 27th Thursdays, 2pm to 6pm
Location Thursdays: Villager Mall, 2234 S. Park St.
May 1st through Oct. 30th Sundays, 11am to 3pm
Location Sundays: Labor Temple, 1602 S. Park St. Contact: Robert Pierce (608) 358-5834, email@example.com www.southmadisonfarmersmarket.com EBT available
Location: Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Dr. Indoors: Jan. 7th through Apr. 7th
Southwest Community Farmers’ Market
Location: Madison Senior Center, 330 W. Mifflin St. Contact: Larry Johnson, (608) 455-1999 firstname.lastname@example.org, www.dcfm.org EBT available
Location: Orchard Ridge UCC Church, 1501 Gilbert Rd. Contact: Robert Pierce (608) 358-5834, email@example.com www.southmadisonfarmersmarket.com EBT available
Saturdays, 8am to Noon
Eastside Farmers’ Market May 10th through Oct. 11th Tuesdays, 4pm to 7pm
Location: Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center, 953 Jenifer St. Contact: Gary Kallas, (608) 257-4576 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hilldale Farmers’ Market
Apr. 30th through Nov. 5th Wednesdays and Saturdays, 7am to 2pm Location: In the west parking lot at the corner of Segoe and Heathercrest Contact: Laurel Wantuch, (608) 209-7130 email@example.com, www.hilldale.com
Northside Farmers’ Market May 1st through Oct. 23rd Sundays, 8:30am to 12:30pm
Location: 2817 N. Sherman Ave., parking lot in front of Pierce’s Northside Market Contact: Lisa Wiese, (608) 695-0946 firstname.lastname@example.org www.northsidefarmersmarket.org EBT available
South Madison Farmers’ Market
May 25th through Oct. 26th Wednesdays, 3pm to 7pm
Westside Community Market Apr. 16th through Nov. 5th Saturdays, 7am to 1pm
Location: Dept. of Transportation, In the parking lot at Sheboygan Ave. and Segoe Rd. Contact: Barry Orton (608) 347-1970, email@example.com www.westsidecommunitymarket.org
(Prairie du Chien) Prairie Street Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Saturdays, 8am to 12:30pm
Location: Downtown Prairie du Chien (watch for signs) Contact: Allison Roberts, (608) 874-9383 www.prairiestreetfarmersmarket.com
Reedsburg Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Mondays and Thursdays 1pm to 5:30pm
Location: Reedsburg City Park Contact: Maurey Gurgel, (608) 524-3565
Sun Prairie Farmers’ Market May 7th through Oct. 29th Saturdays, 7am to Noon
Location: 300 E. Main, behind City Hall Contact: Earl Krueger, (608) 345-7556 www.spfarmersmarket.com Vendor pre-registration required
Verona Farmers’ Market May 10th through Oct. 18th Tuesdays, 2:30pm to 6pm
Location: 306 Main St. Contact: Wendy Broekema or Laura Mayer, (608) 217-6359 firstname.lastname@example.org EBT available
(Richland Center) Richland Area Farmers’ Market
Viroqua Farmers’ Market
Location: Richland County Courthouse, 181 W. Seminary, Richland Center
Location Saturdays: 220 S. Main St., Western Technical College parking lot Location Tuesdays: 1201 N. Main St. Contact: Viroqua Chamber Main Street (608) 637-2575
May through mid-Oct. Saturdays, 7am to Noon
May through mid-Oct. Wednesdays, 3pm to 5:30pm
Location: Corner of Main St. and Haseltine St., Richland Center Contact: Jen Havlick, (608) 604-6069 email@example.com www.richlandareafarmersmarket.com
Sauk Prairie Farmers’ Market June 4th through Oct. 29th Saturdays, 8am to 1pm
Location: Water St., park across from Blue Spoon Café, Prairie du Sac Contact: Sue Dohm, (608) 643-8445
South Madison Farmers’ Market
— see Madison Farmers’ Markets
Southwest Community Farmers’ Market
— see Madison Farmers’ Markets
Stoughton Farmers’ Market May 8th through Oct. Fridays, 7am to 1pm
Location: Stoughton Plaza Shopping Center, 1050 W. Main St., Business Hwy 51 Contact: David Woodcock, (608) 873-9443 www.localharvest.org/ farmers-markets/M805 Vendor pre-registration required
May 7th through Oct. 29th Saturdays, 8am to Noon Tuesdays, 3pm to 6pm
Watertown Fair Day May through Nov. 8th Tuesdays, 7am to 1pm
Location: Riverside Park Contact: Andi Merfeld, (920) 261-6320 firstname.lastname@example.org www.watertownchamber.com
Waunakee Farmers’ Market May through Oct. Wednesdays, 3pm to 6pm
Location: Waun-A-Bowl, 301 S. Century Ave. Contact: Cheryl Lohry, (920) 229-4153
Waupun Area Farmers’ Market May 19th through Oct. 13th Thursdays, 3pm to 6pm
Location: Tanner Park, 503 E. Spring St. Contact: Waupun Area Chamber of Commerce, (920) 324-3491 email@example.com www.waupunchamber.com
Wisconsin Dells Farmers’ Market May 8th through Oct. 30th Sundays, 9am to 1pm
Location: Thunder Valley Inn, W15334 Waubeek Rd., 1 mile north of downtown on Hwy 13 Contact: Sarah Lloyd, (920) 210-7335 firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbus, MadisonNorthside, Madison-South, Monona, Wisconsin Dells
DeForest, Madison-Eastside, Madison-South, MiddletonDowntown, Oregon, Platteville, Verona, Viroqua, Watertown
Baraboo, Columbus-Downtown, Gays Mills, Jefferson, Lake Mills, Madison-Capitol View, MadisonDane County, Madison-Hilldale, Madison-Southwest, Monroe, Richland Center, Waunakee
Edgerton, Fitchburg, Madison-South, McFarland, Middleton, Mt. Horeb, Portage, Reedsburg, Waupun
Eastman, Lodi Valley, Stoughton
Baraboo, Beloit, Darlington, Dodgeville, Evansville, Fall River, Ferryville, Fort Atkinson, Hillsboro, Janesville, MadisonDane County, Madison-Hilldale, Madison-Westside, McFarland (Nov.-Dec.), Mineral Point, Monroe, Platteville, Poynette, Prairie du Chien, Richland Center, Sauk Prairie, Sun Prairie, Viroqua
Celebrate Food, Fun & Community! Burgers and Brew (June 4) Day on the Farm (early summer) REAP Potluck (mid-summer) Food for Thought Festival (Sept. 17) Local Harvest - A Taste of the Town (Oct. 18-20) Pie Palooza! (November 6) Taste of Wisconsin Holiday Sale (Nov.-Dec.)
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