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This Atlas is published by: Central Rivers Farmshed 1220 Briggs Ct PO Box 191 Stevens Point, WI 54481 Email: Call: 715.544.6154 Editor: Cara Adams Cover photo credit: Rathna Krishnakumar Nair

Wondering how to list your farm or business in the Atlas? Want more copies to distribute? Visit FARMSHED.ORG or call 715.544.6154 to learn more


We ask that all farms and businesses listed in the Atlas pledge their commitment to the criteria below:

Businesses/Organizations Pledge They Are:

• Family or cooperatively owned or are a nonprofit

Farms Pledge They Are:

• Family or cooperatively owned

• Organizations whose missions promote a sustainable, regional food system

• Reducing the application of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers

• Operating in a way that protects and sustains the region’s land and water resources

• Operating in a way that protects and sustains the region’s land and water resources

• Providing safe and fair working conditions for employees

• Sell products made using raw materials grown on Wisconsin farms • Visit to view our restaurant pledge

• Treating animals with care and respect

• Providing safe and fair working conditions for employees • Selling Wisconsin products that are grown on farm or they helped produce

Trademark Statement

Farm Fresh Atlas’ is a trademark of REAP Food Group, Inc., used with permission by grassroots coalitions throughout Wisconsin to produce six independent atlases: Farm Fresh Atlas’ of Eastern Wisconsin, Farm Fresh Atlas’ of Western Wisconsin, Farm Fresh Atlas’ of Southeastern Wisconsin, Farm Fresh Atlas’ of Southern Wisconsin, Farm Fresh Atlas’ of Central Wisconsin and Farm Fresh Atlas’ of Northern Wisconsin.


TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome...................................................................................................4 Farmshed Staff & Board of Directors.........................................................6 Product Guide - Fruits & Vegetables.........................................................7 Product Guide - Other Agricultural Products............................................9


Product Guide - Meats............................................................................11 The Philosophy of Plant-Based Eating.............................................14 - 15 Meals with Meaning - Sib Pab Meal Program..................................16 - 17 Enjoy a Wisconsin Summer in your Freezer......................................18 - 19 Finding Meat at the Market..............................................................20 - 21 Compost Basics................................................................................22 - 23 What’s in Season......................................................................................24


Farms & Producers...........................................................................26 - 35 Farm to Table - Restaurants & Bakeries ...........................................36 - 37 Business & Organizations.................................................................38 - 42 Farmer’s Markets..............................................................................43 - 45 Spring Ingredient Bingo......................................................................... 46 Coloring Page.........................................................................................47 @risingsandorganics

farmer/producer farm to table restaurants @cattailorganics

businesses/organizations farmers markets @reddoorfamilyfarm


Welcome to the

Welcome to the 2021 Farm Fresh Atlas of Central Wisconsin! Thank you for your interest in buying locally. This guide will help you find Central Wisconsin farms, Farmers Markets, restaurants, stores, and other businesses that sell local food and use sustainable production and business practices. Wendell Berry said “Eating is an agricultural act.” That is, the food choices we make influence agriculture practices. By choosing to buy food from the farms and businesses listed in this Atlas, you’re supporting more sustainable agricultural practices and more vibrant rural communities. Using the Atlas as your guide to food purchasing will: • Keep more money in our communities • Support agricultural practices that protect our water, soil, and wildlife habitat • Help family farms and small businesses prosper Discover the amazing diversity and productivity of farms and businesses in Central Wisconsin and help us to build more resilient and vibrant economies and communities. Jeremy Solin Board Chair, Central Rivers Farmshed

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Andria Cook Andria Cook was a Farmshed Board member and member of the Growing Collective. Andria’s smile brightened every room and her calm and steadfast leadership made everything she touched better. We will be eternally grateful for the impact she left on Farmshed and the Central Wisconsin local food community.

Bonni Miller Bonni Miller was a true community spirit. Always quick to offer what she could to help, her time, her wisdom, her love. Bonni sold her delicious baked goods at farmers markets and actively volunteered at Farmshed. She saw the world as it could be and encouraged us all to be a part of it in our own ways. A fierce social justice advocate. Lover of good food and gathering with friends. Her wit was often a needed balm. She is missed by so many.

frozen assets Produce from local organic farms processed and handpacked at Farmshed

Corn Carrots Broccoli Peppers Potatoes Tomatoes Cauliflower Green Beans Winter Squash Summer Squash Full & Half Shares Available Shares distributed January - May

Pickup in Stevens Point, Wausau, & Wisconsin Rapids

Leslie Vannover | | (715) 627-2283

Featuring produce from: Cattail Organics, Red Door Family Farm, & Whitefeather Organics



farmshed staff Jenny Riggenbach Executive Director

Trevor Drake

Kitchen Manager

Cara Adams

Farm & Business Manager

Angie Cuddeback

Farm & Business Member Assistant

Ella Janson

farmshed Products When you purchase Farmshed products, you directly support our mission and programs.

Frozen Assets

Purchase local, organic vegetables direct from the farm, processed in the Farmshed Kitchen and distributed in full or half shares. Wisconsin summer, right in your freezer.

Volunteer Coordinator

Marshfield Clinic Health Systems AmeriCorps Member

Ashley Thao

Volunteer Coordinator

Marshfield Clinic Health Systems AmeriCorps Member

Henry Yang

Sib Pab Meal Kitchen Lead

Buy a Meal, Donate a Meal

Farmshed sources local ingredients to create a weekly meal. When you purchase a meal, a meal is donated through our work with local food pantries and meal programs.

Community Kitchen Rentals

Farmshed’s commercial kitchen is available for entrepreneurs

seeking to source ingredients from local farms. Special rates are available for Farmshed Members.

farmshed Programs

We believe everyone deserves to eat healthy and delicious food, and we envision a bustling community of farmers, entrepreneurs, organizations, and impassioned eaters.

Sib Pab Meal Program

Farmshed prepares and delivers culturally appropriate meals to the Hmong community.

Food Security

Farmshed works to bring locally-grown food to those who are in need by partnering with community food banks.

Local Food Fundraisers

Community fundraisers keep money in the local economy.

Growing Collective

Farmshed Growing Collective members grow bedding plants each spring. Farmshed Members receive early access to the annual plants sale.

Local Food Fair

Central Wisconsin’s largest local food celebration that connects the attendees with local farms, businesses, and restaurants. It features Wisconsin-made products from over 70 exhibitors.


farmshed board of Directors Jenny Riggenbach – Executive Director Jeremy Solin – Chair Heath Stolz – Treasurer Annie Wetter – Secretary Kat Becker – Farmer Ashley Chrisinger Nick Inman Joel Kuehnhold – Farmer John Sheffy – Farmer Oren Jakobson – Farmer Ben Janssen Sharon Johnson















FARM / FOOD PRODUCER Arnold’s Strawberries


Black Rabbit Farm


Cathy’s Creations


Cattail Organics


Chet’s Blueberry Farm


ColdSnap Aquaponics


Decker Family Vegetable Farm


Gather Farm


Gering Gardens Blueberry Farm

Grandview Orchard & Nursery Stock Gravel Road Farm

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Igl Farms


Joan Arnold Farm


Lakeview Berry Farm


Liberation Farmers


Lonely Oak Farm


Maple Bee Acres


McDougal’s Farm


Meadow Lane Farm


Meadowlark Community Farm Nami Moon Farm

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Needfire Farm




Oak Knoll Acres


Primitive Pastures


Produce Point


Red Door Family Farm


Rising Sand Organics Cooperative Farm Segura & Sons Mushroom Farm Turner Fresh Market

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Upstream Cider


We Grow


Whitefeather Organics




Apron Ties Kitchen

Bird & The Bees Honey Black Rabbit Farm Cathy’s Creations Cattail Organics

Clover Meadow Family Farm Dancing Bear Apiary

Decker Family Vegetable Farm Gather Farm

Grandview Orchard & Nursery Stock Gravel Road Farm

Hansen Honey Farm Joan Arnold Farm

Liberation Farmers Lonely Oak Farm Maple Bee Acres

McDougal’s Farm

Meadow Lane Farms

Meadowlark Community Farm Nami Moon Farm Needfire Farm Ninepatch

Oak Knoll Acres

Oasis Bee Company Primitive Pastures

Red Door Family Farm

Rising Sand Organics Coop Farm Scholze Family Farms Beef Siren Shrub Company Tapped Maple Syrup

Turners Fresh Market Upstream Cider V’s Bees

We Grow

Whitefeather Organics





















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FARM / FOOD PRODUCER Big Springs Family Farm


Black Rabbit Farm


Bouressa Family Farm


Cathy’s Creations


Gather Farm


Grandview Orchard & Nursery Stock


Gravel Road Farm


Igl Farms


Julian Family Farm


Liberation Farmers


Lonely Oak Farm


Lowland Bison Ranch


Maple Bee Acres


Marth Homestead


Meadow Lane Farms


Nami Moon Farms




Oak Knoll Acres


Peters Beef


Primitive Pastures


Red Clover Farm


Red Door Family Farm


Rising Sand Organics Cooperative Farm


Scholze Family Farms Beef


Turners Fresh Market


We Grow


Whitefeather Organics


Wisconsin Grass-fed Beef Cooperative



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ColdSnap Aquaponics 6251 WI-54, Wisconsin Rapids, WI

Working for family farmers and rural communities!

Education. Legislation. Cooperation. (715) 421-9000

Ag Policy • Local Food Systems • Conservation Cooperative Development • Youth Program & Camp

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Downtown Grocery Downtown Grocery


607 N 3rd Street, Wausau WI 54403 715-848-9800 • OPEN DAILY • M-Sa 9-6 • Su 11-4 Grab & Go / Bakeshop Open Daily Curbside Pickup - it’s easy, email your shopping list to:

Local-focused • Organic • Unique • World-inspired • An Everyday Farmers Market with local and organic foods — including produce, meats, dairy, groceries, frozen, wine, spirits, beer, and wellness. • Enjoy prepared foods “homemade in our Kitchen” including Grab & Go salads, sandwiches, entrees, hummus, dips, frozen pizzas, and bakery.

An Everyday Farmers Market featuring Prepared Foods

The Growing Collective


The Growing Collective will be selling over 5000 annual vegetable and herb starts in the greenhouses. The group offers unique and heirloom varieties, as well as other local favorites. Vegetable and herb types include: Melons, Cucumbers, Summer & Winter Squash, Slicing, Paste & Cherry Tomatoes, Hot & Sweet Peppers, Cabbage, Kohlrabi, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Eggplant, and Herbs like Cilantro, Parsley, Sage, Thyme, Summer Savory, and Fennel

sale starts mid-may Visit for more information. Farmshed members receive EARLY ACCESS!


By: Ella Janson Pesto Dressing:


2 tbsp pesto 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tsp dijon mustard 1 tsp apple cider vinegar 1 garlic clove, minced Salt & pepper to taste

1 bunch of kale, massaged with salt ½ lb potatoes, cut into 1” cubes ½ lb carrots, sliced into ¼ rounds 15 oz can of chickpeas, drained or 1½ c of cooked chickpeas ½ c of short grain brown rice 3 tbsp olive oil 4 tbsp dried herbs - basil, cilantro, parsley, thyme Handful of fresh cilantro or basil to garnish

Preheat oven to 425°. Cut the potatoes and carrots, and place on a sheet pan. Cover generously with olive oil and the dried herbs. Bake for 10 minutes. Add chickpeas. Mix together. Bake for another 30 minutes. Meanwhile, cook the rice. Make the dressing. Set aside. Tip: Use a mason jar and lid for easy mixing. De-stem the kale and tear the leaves into bite-sized pieces. Toss in a salad bowl with a tsp of salt. Massage the leaves until they begin to wilt. Place the baked ingredients into the bowl with the kale. Drizzle the dressing over everything and toss.

Pesto: Grab a bunch of basil at the Farmers Market and make it into pesto. Dairy-free options are available. Nutritional yeast is a great substitute for parmesan. Pre-made pesto is available through Sustainable Dreamer who makes a delicious, dairy free, sunflower seed pesto, available at the winter and summer market. Vegetables: All of the carrots, kale, and potatoes can be sourced locally! Find local offerings at the Farmers market or community grocery stores (SPA Co-op or Family Natural Foods). Grains, Legumes, and Dried Herbs: Find these items from the bulk section at the Stevens Point Area Co-op or Family Natural Foods. You can also try drying your own herbs.


Photo Credit: Becky Swan

By: Ashley Chrisinger MS, RD - Farmshed Board Member

Historically, what people ate was limited to what was available. Communities near water ate fish and aquatic plants. Communities on fertile land ate plants—the more skills they had, the wider variety of plants they ate. Communities near forests and plains where animals were more abundant ate meat. In most communities throughout Wisconsin in the 21st century, we’re blessed with foods of all kind, and plenty of availability. While the variety and abundance of food is a blessing, the new challenge is decision making: what is BEST to eat? This question sparked research throughout the science community, medical fields, and environmental studies. Collectively, scientists learned that plants developed defenses to combat sun exposure and

air/water/soil pollution. When we consume plants, they provide us with the same defenses to reduce inflammation and cell damage. The more plants we eat, the more defenses we have! These findings sparked the quote from Michael Pollen, “Eat food, not too much, mostly plants” and multiple campaigns for plant-based eating. Plant-based eating simply means “mostly plants,” which most of us are already doing. The take-away: Central Wisconsin has a bounty of locally-grown fruits and vegetables. If we’re eating the best of what is around us, it’s beautiful and nutritious plants. The less processed, the better!


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Left: Chef Henry preps melons for a Sib Pab meal. Above: Jim Vang, Hmong UPLIFT Family Case Manager, helps community members

Farmshed’s Sib Pab (Helping Hands) meal program began as a Covid Relief project spearheaded by CAP Services and local Hmong restaurants. CAP Services Hmong UPLIFT Program noticed many Hmong families in the Portage County community were struggling with isolation and resources, specifically with food insecurity. Although there were meal programs in the area, none were culturally appropriate towards the Hmong culture. In June of 2020, the Sib Pab Meal Program was created to close this gap. Hmong UPLIFT started the Sib Pab Meal Program with support of the United Way of Portage County and Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin COVID Relief Fund, local Hmong businesses, and CAP Services Hmong Family Strengthening Project. Soon after, Hmong Uplift partnered with Farmshed to continue the program and begin to source ingredients locally. A traditional Hmong meal consists of Jasmine rice, meat, and vegetables. The meal is also typically accompanied by mashed Thai pepper, used as a dipping sauce. Fresh vegetables are the soul of Hmong meals. Hmong cooks will use leafy greens of all kinds,


squashes, melons, pods, shoots, tubers, mushrooms, roots, and seeds. To ensure the meals fit the needs and diet of Hmong families, we source our food from local Hmong gardeners and community farmers whenever possible. This program functions with the help of our dedicated volunteers who help prepare the meals in the Farmshed kitchen. Volunteers learn the art of Hmong cooking, learn about our local farms, and even learn how to speak a bit of Hmong. All while supporting people who need a little extra help and connection. Currently, the Sib Pab program serves over 100 meals weekly with support from the Sentry Foundation, St. Michael’s Hospital, and members of our community. To learn more about Sib Pab or any of Farmshed’s programs, visit To learn more about CAP services Hmong UPLIFT and Hmong Family Strengthening Project, visit To learn more about ADRC, visit department/aging-disability-resource-center

Twice a week, volunteers prep Sib Pab meals for delivery throughout the Stevens Point/Plover area.

1 medium size catfish, perch or striped bass 1 tbsp salt, 2 tsp black pepper ¼ c ginger root ½ stalk lemongrass, minced 3 chili peppers, sliced very thinly on the diagonal 1 c chopped cilantro 1 c green onions, white & green parts, sliced on the diagonal ½ coarsely chopped mint ½ c coarsely chopped culantro ¼ c whole kaffir lime leaves, zest of lemon/lime to substitute 6 cherry tomatoes 2 tbsp toasted sticky rice flour 3 or 4 medium-size banana leaves Clean fish. Pat fish dry inside and out and place in dish. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Carefully wash, clean, and dry banana leaves. Place 2-3 banana leaves on a large sheet of foil. Place the fish on the banana leaves. Pile the herbs and vegetables on the top and side of the fish. Sprinkle everything with toasted rice flour. Place the remaining leaves on top of the fish. Wrap the remaining foil around the banana leaves and crimp the edges. Place in steamer for 40 minutes. Remove from foil and place on serving plater. Serve with rice.

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How COVID-19 Is Changing Local Food Production in Central Wisconsin By: Trevor Drake, Farmshed Kitchen Manager

The Farmshed community of farms, is just that, a community. A community of diversified farms that share methods and tools they have developed over time to produce food in ways that protects our soil and water systems. They most often farm on small acres of land, producing a variety of crops or animals or both. Sometimes referred to as farm-to-table farmers, diversified farms generally sell directly to consumers. Pre-COVID, this most often meant selling at farmers markets, and for many selling through Community Supported Agriculture or CSA Shares. CSA Shares can be best understood as a subscription a consumer purchases early in the year so farms have advanced income and valuable planning data to use when planting their crops, and maximizing their acreage. During the harvest season, shares of produce and other specialty items are provided to shareholders on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. As the COVID-19 pandemic exposed the overwhelming disconnect between Americans and their food, diversified farmers experienced an increased interest in CSA’s and consumer demand for online and delivery services. Many of our farm partners didn’t miss a beat and responded by pivoting with simple online ordering platforms and delivery schedules. As the demand for local food increased, Farmshed made its own pivots. We opened up our Stevens Point location as a CSA pick-up spot and we began purchasing produce, meat, and eggs at fair prices as farmers had it available. Some of this food was shared right away with Portage County food pantry partners, while even more was processed and stored in the Farmshed Kitchen for year round use in an expanding line of Farmshed consumer products, community fundraisers, and food security donations. Just like many of our farm partners, Farmshed was able to pivot quickly because we had years of experience to draw on through our Frozen Assets CSA. For five years Farmshed has partnered with organic growers including Whitefeather Organics, Red Door Family Farm, and Cattail Organics. Every January we sit down with our Frozen Assets farmers to decide the quantities of 10 well loved veggies each farmer will grow and the price Farmshed will pay. While our farmers spend the growing months tending their fields and growing the food we love, Farmshed works with amazing volunteers to process thousands of pounds of produce into a frozen CSA made up of one pound bags of veggies. When the growing season is over and winter moves us into the storage crop season,


partner farms

Volunteers box up bags of Frozen Assets pre-COVID in our processing kitchen.

Frozen Assets is distributed to shareholders on a monthly basis over five months, reminding our shareholders of bountiful Wisconsin summers each time they go to their freezer. Events of the last year gave Farmshed the opportunity to pause and examine our mission “to grow a resilient local food community.” We know that food sourced seasonally and sustainably provides the greatest nourishment and food sourced locally builds a stronger economy. This is why we launched Frozen Assets. We began to ask how we might broaden Frozen Assets in addition to our CSA partnership with organic farmers to bring even more local food to even more people year round. We are now on a journey to connect our entire community to food that is sustainably grown and ethically sourced throughout the year. We are partnering with the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point School of Health Science and Wellness and MBA to provide students with community based local food systems and non-profit experiences. We are growing new partnerships with local food pantries like the Portage County Mobile Pantry and Interfaith Food Pantry, and we are reaching community groups to help us raise funds so Farmshed can continue to purchase products from our farm partners at fair prices and make healthy food donations.

frozen asse ts Full & Half Shares Available Shares distributed January - May Pick in Stevens Point, Wausau, & Wisconsin Rapids


Farmshed is carving a path for farm-to-table growers to efficiently and effectively integrate the food they grow and raise into more year round products, community fundraisers, and donations. We launched a Farm and Business Membership to give those farms interested in partnering with us in these ways access to our purchasing and promotion power. Keep watching for more year round products from Farmshed, as well as volunteer opportunities to help bring them alive. If you know a farmer you’d like to see connected through our membership, please let us know. Growing a resilient local food community takes each of us playing our part - farmer, eater, volunteer, chef, gardener, baker, entrepreneur— Together we can make local eating a year round option for all.


By: Kaley Wied, Farmshed Intern

The farmers market is a wonderful place to connect with those who grow our food. This community of people is passionate about good quality, good flavor, and good farming practices. When we choose to support our local farmers, we impact not only them, but also the ecological, agricultural, and economic spheres around us. Meat is one food that is especially important when we consider what to buy. While the grocery store may have convenient little @bouressafamilyfarm packages of each cut of meat, at the farmers market you know who raised the animal. If you’ve never ventured out to the market to buy beef, chicken, bison, turkey, or other meat, you’ll be pleasantly surprised how helpful and informative the farmers can be. Depending on where your market is located, farmers may offer cuts of meat that will be slightly different than the selection in the grocery store. With the tips below, you’ll be able to purchase with confidence, knowing that your classic homemade dish will taste better than it ever has before. What Cuts of Meat Can I Find at the Market? Typically, there tends to be slightly less variety of cuts at the market compared to the grocery store. This is because it costs the farmer more time, energy, and money to break the animals down into the individual parts. Because of this, you can often find whole chickens, large roasts, and plenty of ground meat. Don’t let that dissuade you from checking out your local selection. Farmers will also have a variety of steaks, chops, and organs (like heart, liver, tongue), don’t be afraid to experiment with what they offer. What if I can’t find what I’m looking for at the market? When looking for meat for a recipe, it can be handy to know which types of cuts can be substituted for others and still yield a similar result. When looking at beef, there are 8 main cuts of meat. Typically, you can substitute the different steaks (like hanger, flank, skirt, etc.) and still get a similar result. This is also true with other animals as well. Chicken thighs and drumsticks can often be seasoned and cooked the same since they’re both dark meat. You can usually use bone-in breasts in place of the boneless/skinless kind.



Beef Short loin (NY strip, tenderloins, porterhouse, T-bone steaks)

Ground Beef Burger Patties Soup Bones Round Roast Chuck Roast Heart

Knuckle Bones Marrow Bones Ribeye/Sirloin/Round Steak Tenderloin Steak Summer Sausage Beef Sticks


Sirloin (tri-tip, sirloin steak) Chuck


Poultry Poultry

Brisket Shank



Meat Cut

Baby back ribs


Loin (tenderloin, chops, cutlets)

Steak WingWing WingWing / drumettes / drumettes Tenderloin Tenderloin Breast Breast

Leg /Leg thigh / thigh Leg /Leg drumstick / drumstick

PorkSubstitute (picnic) Boston butt shoulder (upper shoulder)

Steaks (flank, strip, skirt) Bison steak Pork chops Halloumi cheese

(T-bone, ribeye, top sirloin, filet mignon) Back leg (ham)

Steaks (T-bone, ribeye, top sirloin, filet mignon) Bison steak Chicken breast Turkey cutlets


(flank, strip, skirt) Hocks Spareribs Belly (bacon)

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Cornish Cornish gamegame hen hen Chicken Chicken thighsthighs Chicken Chicken drumsticks drumsticks Wings WholeWhole duck duck Chicken Chicken breast breast Thighs

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Whole Chicken Half Chicken Boneless Breast Drumsticks

Ground beef Meat Cut

Ground bison Ground pork Ground lamb Ground chicken / turkey Lentils and beans Substitute

Porkmeat tenderloin Beef stew Chicken Pork butt thighs breasts Pork Chicken shoulder Bone-In Ham Steak (sirloin, skirt) Whole chicken

Roasts Spareribs (round, chuck) Pork chops Ground Pork Bacon Beef Pork stew Chops meat Loin

Fish (salmon, cod, halibut) Smoked Ham Tofu Smoked Hocks Roasts (round, chuck) Pork shoulder Sausage GroundPork beefbutt Chicken drumsticks Ground bison

Roasts (round, chuck)

Tenderloin © 2019 Cook Smarts | All Rights Reserved | Page 1 Place in the freezer for 30 minutes. Unwrap and Chicken Chicken drumsticks drumsticks Chicken Chicken wings wings slice across the grain into ¼ inch thick slices. Chicken Chicken breasts breasts Thighs Thighs Pork shoulder, Sausage Sausage (links) In (links) a medium bowl, combine pear, soy sauce, Pork butt Tofu Tofu brown sugar, sesame oil, garlic, ginger and 1½ lbs boneless rib eye steak gochujang. Combine soy sauce mixture and Chicken Chicken drumsticks drumsticks ½ small pear,Wings peeled Wingsand coarsely grated Chicken Chicken thighs thighs steak; marinate for at least 2 hours to overnight, Ground pork ¼ c soy sauce stirring occasionally. Chicken Chicken thighsthighs

2 tbsp light brown sugar 2 tbsp toasted sesame oil Drumsticks Drumsticks 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 tbsp freshly grated ginger 1 tbsp Korean red pepper paste Ground Ground 2 tbsp vegetable oil, divided chicken chicken 2 green onions, thinly sliced 1 tsp toasted sesame seeds © 2019©Cook 2019Smarts Cook Smarts | All Rights | All Reserved Rights Reserved | Page |2 Page 2

Pork chops Chicken breast Chicken thighs

Pork loin Roasts (round, chuck) Sausage (loose) Ground beef Ground chicken Ground turkey Lentils and beans

Chicken Chicken wingswings Heat 1 tbsp vegetable oil in a cast iron grill pan over medium-high heat. Pork tenderloin Pork tenderloin © 2019 Cook Smarts | All Rights Reserved | Page 3 PorkWorking chops Pork chops in batches, add steak to the grill pan in a single layer and cook, Tofu Tofu once, until charred and cooked through, about 2-3 minutes per side. flipping

Ground Ground turkeyturkey Repeat with remaining 1 tbsp vegetable oil and steak. Ground Ground pork pork Serve immediately, garnished with green onions Ground Ground beef beef Ground Ground lamb lamb if desired. Tofu Tofu Lentils Lentils and beans and beans

and sesame seeds,



Community Membership As a member of Farmshed, you show your commitment to growing a resilient community centered around healthy, locally grown food.

Member Perks • Welcome packet including a Farm Fresh Atlas • Discounts on Farmshed merch like t-shirts • Special rates for events & workshops • Special ordering periods for the

Plant Sale, Frozen Assets, and more • Early-bird event ticket sales & news releases • Opportunity to join the Growing Collective


We Believe Everyone in our community should have access to healthy, locally-grown food. Central Wisconsin’s family and cooperatively-owned farms, Hmong growers, and small food-based businesses can thrive while using sustainable practices.

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Farm & Business Membership • Social Media & e-news spotlights

Central Rivers Farmshed partners with local farms and businesses to celebrate all aspects of an inclusive and sustainable local food system. We believe every Farm-to-Table business will benefit in membership.

• CSA & Product drop locations • Farm Tour & pop-up opportunities • Co-host promotional events or products • Participate in farmshed purchasing opportunities • Highlighted at the local food fair

Send us your finished seed packet coloring pages for a chance to win a Farmshed t-shirt! Send coloring pages to Farmshed, PO Box 191, Stevens Point, WI 54481






By Lee Joseph Bartnik My mother’s garden. Tomatoes are my favorite Ahhh, the soup she makes How do I cook this? You know I believe in you Go my friend, and cook.

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Arnold’s Strawberries

Beth Omernik 201296 State Highway 49, Wittenberg, WI 54499 (715) 203-6077 f: @ApronTiesKitchen i: @aprontieskitchen Apron Ties Kitchen wants to inspire you in the kitchen with our boxed bakery mixes, spice blends, teas and soups. With the mission of encouraging families to spend time cooking and eating at home, and giving busy families time-saving wholesome recipes to enjoy together. Perfect for gift giving!

Tom Arnold 343 Cty Rd PP, Rudolph, WI 54475 (715) 435-3322 f: @arnoldsstrawberries You-pick or pre-picked. Operated by the same family for over 100 years. Picking fields are weed and sand-free so our berries are beautiful. Open rain or shine daily 6:30am. Families and pickers of all ages welcome. Located east of Rudolph. Half mile east of Cty Rd O on Cty Rd PP.

Big Springs Family Farm

Bird and the Bees Honey

Christopher Krohn 4002 3rd Ln, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965 (715) 897-5439 f: @rebuildingthefuture Artesian spring water fed indoor aquaculture fish farm. We raise Rainbow Trout from egg to your plate! Our fish are fed a clean safe sourced diet making them a healthy choice and safer than wild caught!

James Cook and Samantha Jones N9453 Pleasant Hill Rd, Iola, WI 54945 (715) 321-6230 f: @bird.and.the.bees i: @bird.and.the.bees Bird and the Bees Honey is a family run bee farm located mainly in Portage and Waupaca counties. Our goal is to provide honey and beeswax products closest to the hive. We never filter or heat our honey above typical hive conditions and think that’s what makes our honey the bees knees.


Black Rabbit Farm

Bouressa Family Farm

Tommy & Samantha Enright 4977 Keener Rd, Amherst, WI 54406 (715) 513-0460 f: @BlackRabbitFarm i: @black_rabbit_farm Black Rabbit Farm is a small, direct-market family farm on the Tomorrow River featuring pasture-raised chickens, turkeys, and lamb, as well as vegetables & berries. Our focus is on sustainable, earth-friendly, and ethical farm practices. On-farm sales by appointment.

Rachel Bouressa N3775 Ritchie Rd, New London, WI 54961 (608) 228-6617 f: @Bouressafamilyfarm i: @bouressafamilyfarming We raise 100% grass fed beef on land managed holistically, believing healthy soil leads to healthy animals, and healthy and flavorful meat for our customers. We sell 15, 25, and 50 pound mixed packs and ¼ or ½ animals. We deliver throughout the state with minimum orders and welcome visitors.

Clover Valley Meadows Farm

Joseph & Rachel Zaiger 127334 Creekview Rd, Athens, WI 54411 (715) 257-7077 Clover Meadows is a small family operated creamery that bottles whole milk, chocolate milk and artisan yogurt made from the milk of their own family cows. All of the milk is naturally A2 which is more digestive friendly. Their 100% grass fed cows enjoy a comfortable life with free access to green pastures and organic hay. Minimal processing and natural animal care help create tasty, nutritious dairy products to sustain your healthy family.

Cathy’s Creations

Cathy Wineman 209291 Galvin Ave, Stratford, WI 54484 (715) 506-0096 f: @sheephides I sell lamb by the half or whole, or by the cut. I have pasture raised chicken, and free-range eggs. I make an unscented sheep fat soap. I spin and sell the yarn as well as hand knitted/crocheted items made from it. I will do custom spinning of whatever fiber you have. I also have tanned sheep hides. I have a little shop on my property. My hour are noon to 5 on Tue, and Thurs. and 9 to 4 on Saturday, but will come out at any time by appointment.

Cattail Organics

Chet’s Blueberry Farm, LLC

Kat Becker 7163 Rangeline Rd, Athens, WI 54411 (715) 432-4683 f: @cattailorganics i: @cattailorganics Cattail Organics is a 50 acre 100% USDA Certified farm with over 15 seasons of production and 4 acres of vegetable production. We manage our woods for certified organic syrup production. We have a choice CSA (Marshfield, Weston, Wausau, Medford, Athens), farmers market (Wausau), online sales, highest quality vegetables for grocery/restaurants.

Chet Skippy 525 Cty Rd J N, Custer, WI 54423 (715) 340-4989 f: @ChetsBlueberryFarm Blueberries are antioxidant superstars. Our U-Pick farm has over 14,000 Highbush blueberry plants with eight different varieties on 12 acres. The farm has a wellgroomed picking field and plenty of parking. The season usually starts in July until mid-August. Call for updated picking dates and times. From Hwy 10, exit Cty Rd J. Go north 1.5 miles on J to farm on right at intersection of Cty Rd J and 9th St. Find us on Facebook.


ColdSnap Aquaponics

Dancing Bear Apiary

Pamela Walker 6251 WI-54, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495 (715) 421-9000 f: @ColdSnapAquaponics i: @coldsnapaquaponics ColdSnap Aquaponics is a certified aquaponics facility in the Wisconsin Rapids area, providing a variety of naturally grown fresh lettuce, herbs, select vegetables, microgreens, and tilapia. Harvesting year round makes fresh, locally grown, and nutritious produce available any day of the year; even in the dead of winter the “just-picked freshness” is unmistakable. Count on produce delivered within 24 hours of harvest.

Kent Pegorsch 103 N Main St, Waupaca, WI 54981 (715) 258-0590 f: @dancingbearhoney i: @dancingbearapiary We are a small family-owned beekeeping farm. For over 40 years, we’ve been taking the greatest care in producing and harvesting our raw honey. We ensure every jar of honey is in perfect condition right up to handing it over to you. For sale exclusively at Main Street Marketplace (our store in Downtown Waupaca) and on our online store. Come visit our observation bee hive in our store from May to October!

Decker Family Vegetable Farm

Dave & Dee Decker N2320 22nd Ln, Wautoma, WI 54982 (920) 295-5396 f: @deckerfamilyfarms In our family since 1936. Bi-color sweet corn, red, white, Yukon, Russet and fingerling potatoes, asparagus, pumpkins, gourds, squash, sweet potatoes, beets, carrots, green beans, tomatoes, peppers, colorful corn, straw bales, eggs, corn stalks, kohlrabi, cabbage, and zucchini. Located 6 miles east of Wautoma on 22nd Lane, 0.5 mile north of Hwy 21. Farm stands are located across from Subway in Wautoma, next Hometown Bank in Redgranite, and in the Hardee’s parking lot at South Koeller St. and Hwy 44 in Oshkosh. Roadside stands are open (approx) mid July through the end of October. Our farm is open for sales year round.

Gering Gardens Blueberry Farm LLC

Tom & Lorrie Gering 134144 Cty Rd C, Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 457-3010 f: @GeringGardensBlueberryFarm We are a family owned farm that grows Highbush Blueberries in a quiet country setting. We offer PYO and pre-picked berries. The bushes are tall (up to 5 ft) and the berries are big, so picking is easy. We welcome everybody, especially families who want to spend some quality time together. Find details on our Facebook page.

Gather Farm

Jodi Passwaters 5512 Cty Rd EE, Amherst, WI 54406 (608) 290-9003 f: @gatherfamilyfarm i: @gatherfamilyfarm Pastured chicken, turkeys and eggs. Pumpkins, herbs and seasonal, sustainably grown, cut flowers. Late June - Mid September. We grow perennials, native plants, and over 40 varieties of annuals. DIY buckets of seasonal blooms and minimal design services are offered. Email for more information, custom requests and available dates.

Grandview Orchard & Nursery Stock

Lisa Rettinger W8086 Cty Rd F, Antigo, WI 54409 (715) 216-5821 f: @grandvieworchardandnurserystock i: @grandvieworchardnurserystock Grandview Orchard is a holistically managed apple orchard completely free of synthetic chemicals. Fall U-pick, events, orchard store, pumpkin patch, etc. Cider, apples, apple pie, pastured pork and chicken. Spring nursery season includes large selection of bare-root fruit trees and fruiting plants. Workshops, tours and events. See website for more details.


Gravel Road Farm

Hansen Honey Farm LLC

Brigid & Ross Ferkett N547 Gravel Rd, Waupaca, WI 54981 (715) 281-0812 f: @GravelRoadFarm i: @gravelroadfarm Gravel Road Farm raises vegetables, herbs, cut flowers, lamb and fiber for our CSA, farmers markets, and restaurant orders. We participate in the Waupaca Farm Market in downtown Waupaca on Saturdays, JuneOctober, 9am-2pm. We are located about 5 miles south of the Waupaca Fleet Farm. Visitors are welcome, but please call ahead.

Chris or Jodie Hansen 3279 Hwy 8, Rhinelander, WI 54501 (715) 369-0383 f: @keepnbees i: @hansenhoneyfarmllc Hansen Honey farm is a family owned and operated farm and retail store. We offer local, raw honey and honey products such as creamed honey, beeswax, and honey taffy. We also service the needs of area beekeepers with a full line of beekeeping equipment and supplies. In the spring we bring in honeybees to begin new colonies or replace colonies that have died. We offer information and support for our community related to beekeeping and the benefits of local, raw honey.

Igl Farms LLC

Joan Arnold Farm

Julian Family Farm

Lakeview Berry Farm

Jason & Katrina Julian W1725 Faber Ln, Medford, WI 54451 715-965-7998 f: @Julianfamilyfarm We are a small family farm specializing in raising and selling grass fed certified organic beef. Our Fleckvieh cattle produce a wide variety of steaks, roasts, ground beef, and convenience items. We offer individually packaged products with the option of quarter, halves, and whole beef for custom bulk buying. Our American Brabant workhorses help with the fieldwork. Details on Facebook and website. Know Your Farmer!

Dennis & Fran Lewer 203121 Bergen Rd, Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 457-2704 f: @lakeviewberryfarm Since Lakeview Berry Farm opened to the public thousands of berry pickers have visited our farm to pick their own, or buy fresh-picked, juicy berries. While visiting, people are able to enjoy the beautiful lake view and the refreshing countryside. Over the years we’ve expanded to grow not only red, gold, purple, and black raspberries, but also many varieties of blueberries, green and red gooseberries, red, white, champagne, and black currants, as well as rhubarb.

Tom, Brian & Brad Igl W9689 Cherry Rd, Antigo, WI 54409 (715) 627-7888 Family owned and operated for over 75 years, we specialize in growing healthy nutritious organic potatoes and can sell in small or large quantities. We are Certified Organic and GAP certified. Availability generally from Sept-April. We also raise small grains and hay and have a small herd of grass-fed pasture raised beef. We are located 1 mile north of Antigo on the corner of Cherry and Pioneer Rd.


Joan Arnold 285 Cty Rd PP, Rudolph, WI 54475 (715) 435-3518 I believe in sustainable farming practices. I do companion planting, rotation of crops and compost incorporation. No GMO. I avoid spraying but if I have to I only use organic. Diversity is great. Variety of vegetables, fruit, and berries, heirloom tomatoes and heritage apples. Old homestead family farm since 1870. Selling at the Stevens Point Saturday Farmers Market.

Liberation Farmers

Lonely Oak Farm

John Sheffy & Holly Petrillo 8762 3rd St, Almond, WI 54909 (715) 366-2656 f: @liberationfarmers i: @liberationfarmers Our small, diversified farm offers a monthly Meat CSA of pasture raised, organic fed chicken, pork, goat, and rabbit, and a weekly egg CSA. We welcome visitors and sell products on farm and every Saturday at the Stevens Point Farmers Markets (summer and winter). We also serve our products at Adelante, our farm-to-table café and coffee roastery.

Joel Kuehnhold 11946 Cty Rd S, Milladore, WI 54454 (715) 321-0229 f: @LonelyOakFarmLLC Focused on growing community, offering CSA shares with eggs, cheese, and coffee add-ons. Brunch on the farm made with our homegrown produce, pasture raised and grassfed lamb and pork every other Sunday, June October. Find us every weekend at the Stevens Point winter & summer markets with our organic vegetables and high quality meats. Check out our website for menus and available products and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

Lowland Bison Ranch

Maple Bee Acres

Phil & Ione Hausler 2606 Cty Hwy C, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 345-9532 f: @lowlandbison LowLand Bison Ranch is family owned and operated. Producing naturally lean bison meat, the way nature intended: free-roaming and grass-fed. Bison is low in fat, cholesterol and high in protein & vitamins. Find our products at the ranch, Market on Strongs, Stevens Point Co-op & Family Natural Foods. Vending at the WI Rapids Farmers Market on Thursdays & the Rome Market on Fridays. Store hours: If we are home we are OPEN! We welcome Ranch visits!

Troy Kuehn W2762 Starr Rd, Granton, WI 54436 (715) 937-0210 f: Fresh USDA certified eggs, chicken, pork and beef products grown organically on our family farm.

Marth Homestead

McDougal’s Farm LLC

Haly & Joe Schultz N4263 Cty Rd G, Neillsville, WI 54456 (715) 937-1323 G’Day, Mate! We specialize in 100% grass-fed Murray Grey beef. The Murray Grey breed originated in Australia where these docile cattle are known for their ability to produce tender, well-marbled meat solely on grass. Free range turkeys and pasture-raised Jersey beef (very tender with traditional beef taste) also available upon request. We are 6th generation farmers who believe in providing a pasture-based environment for animals to express their natural behaviors. Kid-friendly farm!

Gerald & Maydene McDougal W10835 Bluebell Rd, Deerbrook, WI 54424 (715) 627-4418 f: @mcdougalsfarm We are an Earth friendly farm that grows a diversified selection of quality vegetables without using synthetic fertilizers, herbicides or GMO’s. We cater to our CSA members, always keeping them first in line. Drop-sites in Antigo, Merrill, Rhinelander and Wausau. Greenhouse open to public in early spring.


Meadow Lane Farms

Denise & John Hilgart 11637 North Rd, Auburndale, WI 54412 (715) 652-2297 Organic certified Meadow Lane Farms, is a 3rd generation family farm in Auburndale, WI. Producer of grassfed humanely raised beef, maple syrup, raspberries, vegetables and herbs with an extended a season high tunnel. Our passion is healthy Earth, happy animals and quality food to make your tongue smile.

Nami Moon Farms

Chris Holman & Maria Davis 600 Oak Rd N, Custer, WI 54423 (715) 340-5005 f: @namimoonfarms i: @namimoonfarms We raise chickens, turkeys, grass fed sheep, grass fed beef and pigs in a rotating, permanent pasture-based system that provides our animals more freedom. On a seasonal basis, we have eggs, annual vegetables, and perennial fruits and vegetables. Meats are available year-round. Farm visits are welcome, please call ahead. Thanks!

Meadowlark Community Farm

Craig & Lauren Kreutzer W8130 Van Wormer Rd, Wonewoc, WI 53968 (608) 462-3709 f: @meadowlarkcommunityfarm i: @meadowlarkcsa Meadowlark Community Farm is honored to be growing nourishing produce for our community. We offer a customizable CSA with spring, summer, and fall/winter shares available. Our members may pick up their CSA shares in Hillsboro, Mauston, Necedah, New Lisbon, Reedsburg, Tomah, or Wonewoc.


Gordon Cunningham 159015 Zoromski Rd, Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 693-4282, (715) 310-0206 Sustainably grown garlic, carrots and other vegetables plus maple syrup is the basic theme here. Besides enjoying a small farm operation, the importance of local food production for food security and building community is our main driving force. We are small but have room for expansion. It’s fun to boil maple sap in spring and garden on no tan lines Tuesdays.


Oak Knoll Acres

Craig & Susan Carlson, Dylan & Nelle, Flynn & Mary 10849 3rd Ln, Athens, WI 54411 (715) 443-6647 f: @Ninepatch Twenty years has strengthened our belief that caring well for our land and animals would result in food that is safe, wholesome, and richly flavored. It’s a privilege to offer these choice ingredients to our community face to face at our market table every Saturday at Wausau’s Farmers markets.

Jeff & Angie Nyquist 8884 3rd St, Almond, WI 54909 (715) 343-5819 f: @oakknollacres Our family raises grass-fed beef using sustainable, rotational grazing practices. Beef is available by the whole, half, quarter or by the pound. Pastured chicken, turkey and pork round out our nutritious offerings. Contact us to custom grow soy-free, corn-free chickens. Visitors welcome, we’d love to show you around.


Oasis Bee Company LLC

Peters Beef

Missy Moore N5755 8th Ave, Plainfield, WI 54966 (715) 335-6613 f: i: @companyoasisbee Oasis Bee Company is a constantly evolving apiary in the Plainfield area committed to excellence! Our pure, raw, unpasteurized honey is only slightly filtered to leave all the great taste & health benefits. We work hard to take our honey to the next level with all natural fruit creamed varieties, caramels, & CBD infused! Superb quality in everything we do!

Ryan Peters 3125 Darlington Place, Plover, WI 54467 (715) 498-4903 f: @PetersBeef Peters Beef is a small family farm located in Stevens Point, WI. Our mission is to offer quality beef at competitive pricing so anyone has the option to try local products. Serving mainly families in Central Wisconsin area, we have had customers from all over Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois.

Primitive Pastures LLC

Sarah & Robin River N9060 Cty Rd J, Iola, WI 54945 (608) 669-3246 f: @primitivepastures We raise grass-fed beef with rotational grazing methods and seasonal vegetables for value adding. Our farming practices focus on good stewardship of water & soil resources. Find us at the Stevens Point Summer & Winter Farmers Markets. We also have a pop-up restaurant, Primitive Provider, in which we prepare hot food for many area events. Over 90% of ingredients are sourced from Central WI farmers and makers! Questions & farm visits are encouraged!

Red Clover Farm

Amber and Jeffrey Davidson 205621 Ancestor Ln., Mosinee, WI 54455 (715) 387-1936 f: @redcloverfarm.wi Organically certified Red Clover farm is a family owned farm entering its 3rd generation. We raise 100% grass fed Black Angus beef using a rotational grazing system, pastured Berkshire pork, and sell certified organic hay. Our meat is sold at Family Natural Foods in Wisconsin Rapids and is available for on the farm sales.

Produce Point LLC

Forrest Fleishauer & Greg Cole 3160 CTY RD K North, Custer, WI 54423 (715) 572-5241 f: @producepoint i: @producepoint Nourishing neighbors and nature through year round, vertical hydroponic production of chemical free herbs & greens, while conserving land & water resources through agricultural innovation. Sign up for CSA shares, inquire about custom wholesale growing (what you want, where you are, when you need it) or visit our roadside stand in Marshfield!

Red Door Family Farm

Stacey & Tenzin Botsford 6961 State Hwy 97, Athens, WI 54411 (715) 409-1739 f: @reddoorfamilyfarm i: @reddoorfamilyfarm Red Door Family Farm is a Certified Organic diversified farm in Athens, Wisconsin. We grow 12 acres of vegetables, fruits, mushrooms, and eggs for CSA, Farmers Markets, and local restaurant sales. Our CSA program is always our first priority. Our members are committed to our farm and therefore we make our commitment to them to always give them our best. We have four hoop houses allowing for a large capacity for season extension, long term storage crops, and the highest quality tomatoes.


Rising Sand Organics Cooperative Farm

Scholze Family Farms Beef

Danny Werachowski 1252 County Road I, Custer, WI 54423 (715) 965-2366 f: @risingsandorganics i: @risingsandorganics Rising Sand Organics is a cooperatively-owned farm, focusing on diversified vegetables and pastured animals. Our produce is available through our CSA program, farmers markets, and various local businesses. We operate Stevens Point’s year-round Curbside Compost program. For more information on compost, produce, or our cooperative structure, give us a call.

Theo, Will or Becky Scholze W11218 Scholze Rd, Humbird, WI 54746 (715) 501-4120 f: @scholzefamilyfarmsbeef i: @scholze_family_farms_beef We are proud to offer delicious, locally-raised and processed beef. We are fourth generation farmers committed to sustainable raised food which led us to pasture raised beef. We work with a local family owned butcher to dry-age and process our beef, which is available or purchase online as a subscription box, or a single order. You can also visit our farm store located right on the Clark County ATV trails in Humbird, WI.

Segura & Sons Mushroom Farm

Siren Shrub Company LLC

Cara Adams & Jerome Segura III 2117 Main St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 575-9644 f: @seguramushrooms i: @seguramushrooms Segura & Sons Mushroom Farm is located in the heart of Stevens Point. We grow a unique collection of wood loving mushrooms. Our specialty is fresh gourmet mushrooms grown using creative methods that are regenerative, maximizing our sustainability efforts. We also offer mushroom grow kits. Visit us online, Facebook, or Instagram to find the latest of what we’re up to and have to offer.

Layne Cozzolino 3453 Welton Dr, Amherst Junction, WI 54407 (414) 614-3971 f: @sirenshrubs i: @sirenshrubs Loved by the drinkers and non-drinkers alike, Siren Shrubs take drinks up a notch with their unique flavor complexities. They are sophisticated mixers crafted from tangy, organic apple cider vinegar, fresh fruits, roots, and herbs, and sweetened with just the right amount of organic cane sugar or maple syrup.

Stoney Acres Farm

Tapped Maple Syrup

Tony Schultz 7002 Rangeline Rd, Athens, WI 54411 (715) 432-6285 f: @stoneyacresfarmandpizza A third-generation certified organic family farm serving Wausau, Merrill, Marshfield, and surrounding areas. We sell farm goods through a CSA, Wausau farmers market, Winter Market, and Friday (May-November) wood fired, farm-to-table pizza. We grow 200 varieties of vegetables, fruit and herbs; maple syrup, grass-fed beef, organic eggs, mushrooms, and pork. Find us on Facebook.

Jeremy Solin 4501 Nicolet Ave, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 498-4733 f: @tappedmaplesyrup i: @tappedmaplesyrup We make infused, barrel aged, and pure maple syrup from sustainably managed forests at the base of the glacial moraine north of Antigo, where our family has been making maple syrup and caring for the land for 5 generations.


Turners Fresh Market

Upstream Cider

Tara Turner E208 State Hwy 54, Waupaca, WI 54981 (920) 896-3663 f: @TurnersFreshMarket i: @turnersfreshmarket From late April through October, we have something for every season: home grown high quality annuals and perennials, PYO and OTC strawberries, early and main season corn and vegetables, autumn decor and produce, as well as family and group activities including hayrides, barrel train, and corn maze. Family owned and operated since 1963. Monday - Sunday 9 am - 6pm. 6.5 miles west of Waupaca on Hwy 54. Online orders and customer pickup available.

Polly Dalton 3501 Church St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (262) 224-6027 f: @upstreamcider i: @upstreamcider We produce harvest-focused craft apple cider in Stevens Point. Each batch is wild fermented, unadulterated (we don’t add sulfites, yeast, sugars, or flavors) from 100% Wisconsin grown and foraged apples. Available in bottles and on tap across the great state of Wisconsin. COMPANY --a cooperative taproom-- coming summer 2021!

V’s Bees, LLC

We Grow LLC

Buzz Vahradian W6849 Bighorn Ct, Wautoma, WI 54982 (920) 787-3299 f: @VsBees We specialize in one thing, honey. We produce the best quality, raw, unpasteurized honey (actually the bees do all the work). Our local nectar source is native wildflowers. V’s also offers Christmas trees seasonally. We are between Wild Rose and Wautoma. From Wautoma: north on Highway 22, 3.5 miles, right on Bighorn Lane, left at railroad trestle, left at fork 1.4 miles on right. From Wild Rose: south on Highway 22, 2.5 miles, left on Beechnut Drive, right on Bighorn Court.

Eric & Rebecca Zuleger N7975 Zimmerman Rd, Westboro, WI 54490 (715) 427-1002, (715) 905-0431 f: @wegrowfoods i: @wegrowfoods Providing a full-range of vegetables and pastured pork in both a CSA and at markets. Sustainable growing techniques ensure a healthy product for our customers while reducing the ecological impact on the land. Variety of CSA member options including custom market shares. Heritage breed hogs are raised on forage and non-GMO local grains, no antibiotics or growth hormones. Online store with pick-up available on farm or at Medford and Phillips area farmers markets. Wholesale available.

Whitefeather Organics LLC

Wisconsin Grass-fed Beef Cooperative

Tony & Laura Whitefeather 2239 Sky View Rd, Custer, WI 54423 (715) 630-9045 f: @whitefeatherorganics i: @whitefeatherorganics Certified Organic vegetables, mushrooms, and some fruit. Customizable CSA Shares Full/Half in Spring, Summer, and Fall, April-December. Delivering to the greater central WI area. Also raising pastured, organic fed chicken and eggs. Wholesale is welcomed. See us at the Stevens Point Market on Saturdays, summer & winter!

Rod Ofte Cty Rd Y, Viroqua, WI 54665 (800) 745-9093 Our cooperative consists of nearly 180 sustainable Wisconsin family farms producing the ultimate clean, local, sustainable, 100% grass-fed beef available. Our beef is never confined, given growth hormones, or exposed to herbicides/pesticides. You can find our products at a store near you under the Wisconsin Meadows label.



Chef’s Kitchen

John Sheffy & Holly Petrillo 123 Main St, Almond, WI 54909 (715) 366-2656 f: @liberationfarmers i: @liberationfarmers Adelante is the Liberation Farmers farm-to-table cafe featuring weekly Taco Tuesdays, Friday Wood-Fired Pizza as well as other seasonal events. Follow weekly specials and hours on Liberation Farmers Facebook/Instagram and website. Also the home of Liberation Coffee, sustainably grown, directly traded and freshly roasted, available in a weekly Coffee CSA subscription. Commercial kitchen or event space available for rent.

Leah Czerwonka 924 Clark St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 544-1744 f: @chefskitchensp Think of the space as a blank canvas for the restaurant to work within. Today it’s Italian but only Chef can say what is next! Expect the unexpected, but expect it to be creative, seasonal, and made with passion.

CPS Cafe

EarthCrust Bakery

Kim Damrow 1901 4th Ave, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 346-4848 f: @cpscafe CPS Cafe is a unique food service business operated by Dietetics students at UWSP and open to the public. CPS Cafe offers fair trade coffee, fresh bakery, and fromscratch soups, entrees, sides, and sandwiches. At the heart of our mission is using locally sourced and organic food in the most sustainable way possible.

Margaret Witt 633 2nd St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 341-4155 f: @Earth-Crust-Bakery-145218338858397 Solar powered since 1976, Earthcrust bakes with organic flours and grains, local dairy products, eggs, honey and vegetables. Located within the Stevens Point Area Coop, Earthcrust specializes in fresh cinnamon rolls, organic breads and buns, hot lunch pastries, Danish and cookies.

Father Fats Public House

Muse at Sentry

Chef Christian & Leah Czerwonka 945 Clark St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 544-4054 f: @FatherFats i: @fatherfats Central Wisconsin’s premier interactive dining experience! An eclectic array of influences, fresh fish and local ingredients come together on a menu of small plates designed to be shared. An inspired cocktail list completes the experience. Outdoor seating. Catering available. Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 4pm - 10pm, Friday and Saturday 11am - 2pm & 4pm - 10pm, Sunday 9am - 2pm

Chef Chris Ault & Ryan McGinley 1800 Northpoint Dr, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 346-1800 f: @MuseatSentry Muse at Sentry captures the aromas and tastes of each season with artfully prepared menus featuring fresh, local foods, as well as a vast wine selection and craftmade cocktails, giving you a unique culinary experience to look forward to any time of year. Located in the Sentry Insurance campus and adjacent to the Sentry Theater. Open Monday-Saturday. Available for banquets & events.


PJ’s - SentryWorld

Rockman’s Catering

Chef Cody Heidmann & Andy Lynch 601 Michigan Ave N, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 345-1600 f: @PJsSentryWorld i: @pjs_sentryworld At PJ’s SentryWorld, we take locally-sourced ingredients and create handcrafted Central Wisconsin cuisine. We never cut corners and always go the extra mile to bring you the best seasonal dishes in a comfortable atmosphere with exceptional service. Hours: 11am - 10pm Sunday Thursday 11am- 11pm Friday - Saturday

Scott Rockman 2807 Plover Springs Dr, Plover, WI 54467 (715) 341-2552 f: @rockmanscatering Since 1985 we’ve provided the area with exceptional service & quality. We’ve earned a reputation for commitment to excellence, attention to detail, and the ability to create unique, unforgettable meals. Our willingness to satisfy our clients’ visions & expectations has made us Central Wisconsin’s Most Requested and Most Respected Caterer. Hours: Monday - Saturday 8am 7pm, Sunday 10am - 2pm

RUBY || Stevens Point

Rural Uprising Bakery LLC

Operations: Kellen Ferkey Owners: Deanna/Jared Linzmeier 1410 Third St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 544-6139 f: @rubyroasters i: @rubyroasters Cafe, restaurant, and coffee shop with a full kitchen and food menu. Guests can experience a variety of seasonal coffees brewed fresh, tea, local bakery items, and seasonal features with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free items.

Cole Madden 127 N Main St, Amherst, WI 54406 (651) 315-6912 f: @ruraluprisingbakery Rural Uprising Bakery LLC specializes in sourdough breads, flour and corn tortillas, made from locally milled organic grains. Bread-Share options available through the Lonely Oak Farm CSA. Find Rural Uprising products at the Stevens Point Farmers Market, the Stevens Point Area Winter Farmers Market, The Village Hive: Bakery and Local Foods Collective, Stevens Point Area Co-op, and Adelante.

The Bakery by the Lake

David Ryle 8995 Edgewater Drive, Amherst Junction, WI 54407 (715) 630-0037 f: @bakerybythelake A European bakery specializing in butter Danish and Old World breads all baked from scratch. We use mid-western grown ingredients whenever possible, with the bulk of our flour being grown and milled in Wisconsin.

The Main Grain Bakery

Sarah Jo More 1009 1st St Suite C, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 630-1486 f: @maingrainbakery i: @themaingrainbakery The Main Grain Bakery provides our community with hand shaped sourdough bread, soft pretzels, sweet treats, specialty cakes, cupcakes, & more. Friday nights are for tossing handmade ready-to-eat pizzas, and don’t miss out on our sourdough sweet rolls throughout the week! Supporting local WI farmers, the MGB bakes with natural, local & organic ingredients.


Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Portage County

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Kristi Cooley 1519 Water St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 346-1413 f: @ADRCPortageCounty The ADRC Nutrition Program offers those age 60 and older the opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal, socialization and fun at one of several dining sites in Portage County. Our Senior Nutrition Program follows the homemade from scratch cooking method. Homemade from scratch made meals means cooking with good, wholesome ingredients one can pronounce! Real food, clean food, made simply. Suggested donation posted at meal sites. © Jen Schlegel

Agora Makers Market

Alice’s Rabbit Whole

Cara Adams & Carrie Schnittger 1008 Main St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 544-4220 f: @agoramakersmarket i: @agoramakersmarket Agora specializes in curating the highest quality, locally created and themed goods in Central Wisconsin. Located in downtown Stevens Point, we have community at the heart of everything we do. Agora strives to create a fair trade economy in our region.

Alice Helen Dolata 8981 Riley Rd, Amherst, WI 54406 (715) 824-5294 f: @Alices-Rabbit-Whole Alice’s Rabbit Whole is a place of learning, growing & healing which is situated on a 38 acre farmstead in central Wisconsin. It is a business that sells organic & wildcrafted medicinal herbs & hand-crafted herbal products. Services offered are Wijara Intuitive Massage, Next Step Consultations, mentoring & classes. Find me on Facebook.

Central Rivers Farmshed

Central Waters Brewing Company

1220 Briggs Ct, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 544-6154 f: @CentralRiversFarmshed i: @farmshed Farmshed is diverse and practical; everything we do is about making connections that rebuild a local food system. We do this through our programs and events, including this Farm Fresh Atlas! Learn more about our efforts or sign up for our Frozen Assets CSA Program by visiting our website.

Paul Graham 351 Allen St, Amherst, WI 54406 (715) 824-2739 f: @CWBrewing i: @cwbrewing Solar thermal, solar electric arrays and extreme water conservation practices make Central Waters Wisconsin’s greenest brewery. We also lead the industry by working with local farmers to help grow our ingredients. Visit our Tap Room and join us for a tour. Hours: Friday 3 - 10pm, Saturdays Noon - 10pm, Sundays Noon - 7pm. Tours: 5pm on Fridays and 3pm Saturdays. We’re also open during the week for retail sales from 10-5 daily, for beer to-go, growler fills, or to enjoy a pint!


D & L Enterprises

Downtown Grocery

Leslie VanNover W12168 State Hwy 64, Antigo, WI 54409 (715) 627-2283 Denali Worm Castings/YieldBuilder (worm tea) OMRI listed. With good biological loads that reboot the soil food web in a way that creates better soil and plant development. Healthy plants deserve healthy soil. Nature’s natural fertilizer. Let us earn your business.

Kevin Korpela 607 3rd St, Wausau, WI 54403 (715) 848-9800 f:@downtowngrocery Downtown Grocery offers unique, world-inspired, localfocused, and organic selections featuring an everyday farmers market and prepared foods made in our kitchen. Enjoy a wide-variety of prepared items and relax in our new second floor! MARKET: Monday - Saturday 9am 8pm, Sunday 11am - 5pm; HOT BAR: Monday - Saturday 11am - 3pm. COLD BAR: Monday - Saturday 11am - 6pm.

Family Farm Defenders

Family Natural Foods

John E. Peck P.O. Box 1772, Madison, WI 53701 (608) 260-0900 f: @Family-Farm-Defenders-292812867401 FFD’s mission is to create a farmer-controlled and consumer-oriented food and fiber system, based upon democratically controlled institutions that empower farmers to speak for and respect themselves in their quest for social and economic justice. To this end, FFD supports agroecology, farm/food worker rights, animal welfare, consumer safety, fair trade, and food sovereignty.

Katrina Hittner 910 W Grand Ave, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495 (715) 423-3120 f: @FamilyNaturalFoods i: @familynaturalfoods Friendly and welcoming, Family Natural Foods offers a wide variety of products such as: local produce, organic dairy and meats, local fair trade coffee and tea, bulk foods, CBD oil, homeopathic remedies, essential oils and diffusers, herbs and supplements, books, cosmetics, heirloom and organic garden seeds. Come sample VomFass gourmet oils and vinegars! Working with, listening to, and empowering you with knowledge and resources to better your health and wellbeing. Family owned and operated since 1946. Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 6pm, Saturday 9am - 4pm

Feltz’s Dairy Store

Jake Feltz 5796 Porter Dr, Stevens Point, WI 54482 (715) 344-1293 f: @feltzfamilyfarmsanddairystore Feltz’s Dairy Store offers high quality, local products such as our own black angus beef, many varieties of cheese, candles, soaps, wine and fine chocolates. There are viewing windows to observe our robotic milking system and the kids can also milk Maggie, our life size fiberglass cow in our education area. Tours are also available May through October.

Golden Sands Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc.

Denise Hilgart & Rachel Bouressa 1100 Main St #150, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 343-6215 f:@goldensandsrcd We are a 501(c)3 non-profit celebrating 49 years of solutions for a healthy economy and a healthy environment within 13 Counties of Central Wisconsin. We provide technical assistance for managed grazing and organic transition planning. Whether looking to improve your current grazing practices, or starting to think about organic, we can help!



Infinity Wellness & Chiropractic

Leslie VanNover W12168 St. Hwy. 64, Antigo, WI 54409 (715) 627-2283 IDLife is a customized wellness program targeted to you the individual. All products are tested for their purity. IDLife is GLUTEN FREE, SOY FREE and GMO FREE. IDLife’s mission is for a healthier you and only you. Please feel free to contact me for more information.

Dr. Sara Stefan 2016 County Rd HH, Plover, WI 54467 (715) 544-6508 f: @InfinityWellnessAndChiropractic i: @infinitywellness_chiropractic Infinity Wellness & Chiropractic has a mission to help our community members live vibrant, dynamic lives. Are you looking to have less pain and more functionality in life? Contact us to see if our chiropractic and rehab services or our cold laser are right for you.

Midwest Renewable Energy Association

Taylor Ball 7558 Deer Rd, Custer, WI 54423 (715) 592-6595 f: @themre The MREA promotes renewable energy and sustainable living through education and demonstration. Together with partners, we work to expand renewable energy adoption through innovative programs, professional trainings, and educational events. Contact us to learn about solar professional training, and how your home, business, or school can go solar. Please consider membership to support clean energy in your community!

North Wind Renewable Energy

Josh Stolzenberg 1626 W Pearl St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 630-6451 f: @northwindre Wisconsin’s most trusted renewable energy solution provider, specializing in the design and installation of solar power and solar plus storage systems for residential, commercial and agricultural customers. We collectively bring over 75 years of in-house experience in a wide range of renewable energy activities.

Offbeat Press

Process General Store

Drew Mueske 627 Bay Shore Drive, Oshkosh, WI 54901 f: @offbeatpress i: @offbeatpress Offbeat Press is an eco-friendly apparel print shop and creative design agency with a strong history of working with the local food community throughout Wisconsin.

Rubina Martini 147 N Main St, Amherst, WI 54406 (715) 445-6278 f: @ProcessGeneralStore i: @processgeneralstore Process is a low waste shop that offers bulk, refill and sustainably packaged goods for the home and body. Located in Stevens Point and Amherst, look up locations for hours at


Rubi Reds

Ruby Coffee Roasters

Marcy Berlyn 4081 8th St S, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 (715) 712-0324 f: @rubiredcranberries i: @rubireds Our cranberries are grown, processed and packaged right here Central Wisconsin! Our complete product line features a variety of cranberry products as well as additional choices that complement Wisconsin’s #1 fruit crop cranberries! We are proud to offer a wide range of Wisconsin made products for your gourmet and everyday needs.

Jared Linzmeier 9515 Water St, Nelsonville, WI 54458 (715) 254-1592 f: @rubyroasters i: @rubyroasters We are an award-winning craft coffee roaster in Nelsonville, WI, with a tasting room open on weekends. Our slogan ‘colorful coffees’ describes our vibrant, seasonal offerings sourced responsibly and roasted carefully. Find us on Facebook or Instagram @ rubyroasters.

Simplicity Credit Union

Stevens Point Area Co-op

103 S. Central Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449 (715) 341-1400 f: @simplicitycu Simplicity Credit Union is a member owned financial cooperative that has served the Central Wisconsin area for over 65 years by supporting local farmers and consumers with financial tools and education. We also operate student-run credit union branches at SPASH, Marshfield High & Nasonville Elementary School, and provide financial curriculum for over 50 schools free of charge. Where you bank matters. Learn what a not-for-profit financial cooperative can do for you.

Andrew Breitenstein 633 2nd St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 341-1555 f: @spacoop i: @spacoop Stevens Point’s source for organic, local and bulk foods. Featuring: organic and local produce; natural wellness and body care products; pre-packaged and frozen grocery; local dairy, meat, vegan, dairy-free, and gluten-free options. Located just north of downtown. Visit our website for hours and other exciting information!

Stevens Point Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Sweet Spot Nutrition

340 N Division St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 344-2556 f: @StevensPointArea i: @stevenspointarea Discover the delicious local flavor of the Stevens Point Area, by following your fork or mug. Explore the local products at the Farmers market. Grab a seat and enjoy the local craft brews, wines and spirits, all with a distinct style. Start planning your local flavor trip by visiting

Kali Clark 2016 County Rd HH, Plover, WI 54467 (715) 630-1201 f: @sweetspotnutritionllc i: @kali.sweetspotnutrition Let’s make Central Wisconsin healthier! This is the mission of Sweet Spot Nutrition as Coach Kali strives to get evidence based, customized, sustainable nutrition practices to you. Services include small group and 1:1 coaching. You can also find her around the area or on social media chatting about local food. sweetspotnutrition


UWSP Students for Sustainability

Holly Petrillo 1716 Franklin St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 346-4230 f: @uwspsfs Students for Sustainability exists to create a means for UWSP students to experience, explore, share, and learn issues relating to sustainable communities. On the UWSP campus, we maintain the campus garden and promote many other sustainable practices through farm tours, workshops, and demonstrations. In the fall, our club also offers a cider press for rental for making delicious cider. Visitors are welcome to the garden anytime!

Tomorrow River Community Charter Schools

Chamomile Nusz 10186 County Road MM, Amherst Junction, WI 54407 (715) 346-2730 f: @TomorrowRiverCommunityCharterSchool i: @trccschool The Tomorrow River Community Charter Schools are developing the whole child through movement, art, and nature guided by the Core Principles of Public Waldorf education! The schools are serving children throughout Wisconsin in PreK through 8th grade in onsite and virtual programming. Enroll Today!

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Abbotsford Farmers Market

Adams County Night Market

Location: Across the street from Abby State Bank Hwy 13 & 29, Abbotsford, WI 54405 Contact: Shelly P: (715) 615-1333

Location: Located in Friendship Park N Main St, Friendship, WI 53934 Contact: Val Edwards P: (608) 444-0228 E: W:

June - Sept, Tuesday 11 AM - 3 PM

May - Oct, Wednesday 3 PM - 7 PM

Antigo Farmers Market

Kronenwetter Farmers Market

Location: Located between 6th & 7th Ave Peaceful Valley Park Pavilion; 404 Superior St, Antigo, WI 54409 Contact: Hayley Zaverousky P: (715) 219-0579 E: W:

Location: Locally grown produce and homemade goods at a small town Farmers Market 2390 Terrebonne Dr, Kronenwetter, WI 54455 Contact: Emily Wheaton P: (715) 693-4200 E: W:

June - Oct, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM

June - Oct, Sunday 9 AM - 2 PM

Festival Foods Farmers Market

Main Street Marshfield Farmers Market

Location: Festival Foods Parking Lot 1613 North Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI 54449 Contact: Joe Neville P: (715) 384-8866 E:

Location: Pick n’ Save Parking Lot 641 S Central Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449 P: (715) 387-3299 E: W:

May - Oct, Saturday & Sunday 8 AM - 1 PM

June - Oct, Tuesday 8 AM - 1 PM


Mauston Farmers Market

Medford Downtown Farmers Market

Location: State St, Juneau Court House Lawn 200 Oak Street, Mauston, WI 53948 P: (608) 847-4142 E: W:

Location: S Whelen St, City Park South Whelen St, Medford, WI 54451 Contact: Eric & Rebecca Zuleger P: (715) 654-6278 E:

May - Oct, Tuesday & Saturday 2 PM - 6 PM

Medford Farmers Market

May - Nov, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM

Location: Taylor County Fairgrounds, Hwy 13 & WI-64 Fairgrounds Highway 13 & WI-64, Medford, WI 54451 Contact: Eric & Rebecca Zuleger P: (715) 654-6278 E:

May-Oct, Tuesday 12 PM - 6 PM

Mosinee Chamber of Commerce Farmers Market

June - Oct, Tuesday 11 AM - 5 PM

Location: Located along Main Street/Hwy B in Mosinee between 7th and 11th Streets. River Park, Mosinee, WI 54455 P: (715) 693-4330 E: W:

Neillsville Farmers Market

Owen Farmers Market

Location: Sniteman Town Square, Corner of Hewett St & 5th St Sniteman Town Square, Hewett St, Neillsville, WI 54456 Contact: Diane Kren P: (715) 743-6444 E: W:

Location: Mill Pond Park County Road X, Owen, WI 54460 Contact: Tim Swiggum P: (715) 229-2404

June - Oct, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM

June - Oct, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM

Pittsville Farmers Market

Rome Farmers Market

Location: Baum’s Mercantile Parking Lot 5307 2nd Ave, Pittsville, WI 54466 P: (715) 884-2114

Location: Alpine Business Park Off of Hwy 13 & Alpine Dr, Rome, WI 54457 Contact: Laura Hook P: (608) 339-6997 E: W:

June - Oct, Friday 8 AM - 1 PM

May - Oct, Friday 9 AM - 1 PM

Stevens Point Area Winter Farmers Market

Stevens Point Farmers Market

Location: Redeemer Lutheran Church 900 Brilowski Rd, Stevens Point, WI 54482 Contact: Stevens Point Area Winter Farmers Market E: W:

Location: The Downtown Square 802 Main Street, Stevens Point, WI 54481 Contact: Stevens Point Farmers Market Association P: Find us on Facebook E: W:

Nov - Apr, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM


June - Oct, All Week 8 AM - 3 PM, Saturdays 7 AM - 12 PM

Sparta Farmers Market

Stratford Farmers Market

Location: Downtown Sparta’s Mueller Square 120 N. Water St., Sparta, WI 54656 Contact: Joey Esterline P: 608-633-3471 E:

Location: Stratford Homes Parking Lot 402 S Weber Ave, Stratford, WI 54484 Contact: Bryan & Stacey Weichelt P: (715) 506-0960 E:

May - Oct, Wednesday & Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM

Tomah Farmers Market

May - Oct, Wednesday& Saturday 7 AM - 1 PM

Location: Gillett Park 1316 Superior Ave, Tomah, WI 54660 Contact: Tomah Chamber of Commerce P: (608) 372-2166 E: W:

June - Sept, Wednesday 4 PM - 7 PM

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Waupaca Farm Market

Wausau - Aspirus Farmers Market

Location: Intersection of Fulton and Main Street 205 W Fulton St, Waupaca, WI 54981 Contact: Lindsey Pietrzak P: (715) 258-4433 E:

Location: Aspirus Corporate Building 2200 Westwood Dr., Wausau, WI 54401 Contact: Tara Draeger P: (715) 843-1217 E:

May-Oct, Saturday 9 AM - 1 PM

Big Bull Falls Farm Market

May - Oct, Saturday 7 AM - 12 PM Location: VFW Parking Lot 388 River Dr, Wausau, WI 54403 Contact: Find us on Facebook

June - Oct, Thursday 10 AM - 3 PM

Farmers Market of Wausau May - Nov, Wednesday & Saturday 7 AM to Sell Out

Location: 388 River Dr, Wausau, WI 54401 P: (715) 443-6647 W:

Market Place Thursdays

Wausau Winter Market

Location: Downtown Wausau 400 Block, Wausau, WI 54401 P: (715) 297-9531 E: W:

Location: Boys & Girls Club of the Wausau Area 1710 N 2nd St, Wausau, WI 54403 P: (715) 432-6285

June - Sept, Thursday 9 AM - 2 PM

Village of Weston Farmers Market

May - Oct, Tuesday & Saturday 8 AM - 3 PM Location: Weston Market Place 3910 Schofield Ave, Weston, WI 54476 P: (715) 359-6114

Nov - Apr, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM

Wisconsin Rapids Downtown Farmers Market

June - Sept, Thursday & Saturday 8 AM - 2 PM Location: 1st Ave S. along Wisconsin River 100-198 1st Ave S, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494 Contact: Mai Thao P: (715) 421-8926 E: W:



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Farmshed produces the Central Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas annually. It’s a free local food guide that lists farmers who sell directly to cons...

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