Farm Fresh Atlas 2022 - Central Wisconsin

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The women involved

Hear from women in the local food movement

Nature Rx The growing collective Getting outside helps your health

Volunteer driven plant sale & so much more

This Atlas is published by: Central Rivers Farmshed 1220 Briggs Ct PO Box 191 Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 544-6154 Editor/Graphic Designer: Cara Adams Writers: Maddie Kinscher, Neena Poulter, & Meliss Haack Cover photo: Ella Janson 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

PLEDGE OF COMMITMENT Businesses/Organizations Pledge They Are: • Family or cooperatively owned or are a nonprofit

farmer/producer farm to table restaurants

• Organizations whose missions promote a sustainable, regional food system • 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

Farms Pledge They Are: • Family or cooperatively owned

farmers markets @whitefeatherorganics

• Reducing the application of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers • Operating in a way that protects and sustains the region’s land and water resources • 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.


Welcome to the

Welcome to the 2022 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. 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 Raj Patel states “Struggles are a permanent feature of the food system. There is no epic battle, no final defeat or victory-merely different kinds of skirmish.” The support for local differs between us all. One constant is the farms in this atlas start their journey with a cup of coffee, seed catalog, and anticipation of big smiles from the people they serve. The businesses remain committed to ensuring that journey continues. Central Rivers Farmshed

growing a resilient local food economy TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome............................................................................................. 3 Farmshed Programs & Board of Directors........................................... 5 The Growing Collective.................................................................. 6 - 7 What Does Your Food Chain Look Like?............................................. 8 NatureRx............................................................................................. 9 Women in Our Local Food Movement....................................... 10 - 11 Farms & Producers..................................................................... 13 - 17 Farm to Table - Restaurants & Bakeries ............................................ 18 Business & Organizations........................................................... 19 - 21 Farmers Markets......................................................................... 22 - 23



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Frozen Assets

Purchase local, organic vegetables direct from the farm, processed in the Farmshed Kitchen, and available for purchase at Farmshed or through our CSA share. Wisconsin summer, right in your freezer.

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 @whitefeatherorganics

farmshed board of Directors Trevor Drake - Executive Director Jeremy Solin - Co-Chair Kat Becker - Co-Chair, Farmer John Sheffy - Vice Chair, Farmer Bo DeDeker - Treasurer Stephanie Daniels - Secretary Scott Gile Forrest Fleishauer - Farmer Peggy Farrell Charles Clark Ashley Chrisinger Ben Janssen Joe Koltowski

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 regional and 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. To learn more, visit


By: Meliss Haack

The Growing Collective (GC) is a unique program of Farmshed that utilizes the on-site greenhouse to grow an upwards of 10,000 plant starts. With an incredibly dedicated volunteer base hovering between 4060 people, the GC is a group of Stevens Point area gardeners who take on the spring growing challenge together. In Wisconsin our growing season is so short that certain plants need to be started inside in order to get to full maturity before winter. The GC pools their resources together and works as a group to start seeds and grow plants inside the greenhouse at Farmshed. The membership consists of all levels of gardeners: from first time growers to master gardeners with decades of experience. In addition to this wide range of skill levels, some amazing community groups have memberships or assist in volunteering, including: Giving Gardens & UWStevens Point Students for Sustainability.


The Growing Collective members grow vegetable starts from seed including heirloom, organic, and unusual selections of tomatoes, peppers, herbs, & edible flowers. Over the past 5 years the collective has increased the selection and amount of native plants that are available as well. The native plants have been a huge hit amongst the community and that owes a huge thanks to Wild Ones. Each GC member gets to place an order for their garden and the amount of plants they order is based on the amount of hours they commit to volunteering with the collective. Prior to the big plant sale, which is hosted at the Farmshed greenhouse around Memorial Day weekend in May, the GC members pick out their plants.

The GC blossomed in 2013 with a group of 17 founding members who got together and needed space and resources to start their seeds. Those 17 members used the office space and had plant trays lining the windowsills at Farmshed. Once each member got the plants they desired for their home gardens they set up a card table outside Farmshed and sold what was left. Fast forward to nine years later and you have a group of 65 people growing over 10,000 plants bringing in an average of $18,000 from the sale! The money from the sale goes back into the GC to pay for their expenses and any leftover funds are donated to Farmshed for other programs and events. It is a beautiful cycle of sharing resources and knowledge.

I have also gained friends of all ages; friendly faces that I run into when I’m out shopping or on a walk. There are, of course, times where the collective has its challenges, but I know in the end all we are hoping for is a successful growing season with a bounty of plants. I always look forward to seeing the greenhouse come to life during the growing season. As well as during the sale, when community members come in and buy the best plants available to them, grown with the helping hands of people that love gardening.

The thing that makes the GC so amazing is the impact it makes. The collective grows unique varieties that you can’t find anywhere else, which is important for biodiversity of insects and soil fertility. The GC sells plants to lots of community members to get a head start on their gardens and grow food for themselves. In the late winter there is really nothing better or more wholesome than warming up in the greenhouse with friendly faces and getting your hands dirty. For me, the GC is more than just a cool way to get plantsit’s a community driven effort to help people see the connection between themselves and the earth.

Next year will be our ten year anniversary, a whole decade of plant sales! It will be a celebration of the resilience of collaboration and the illustration of what a group of people can do if they meet each other where they’re at, see through differences, and don’t lose sight of their goal: taking on the spring growing challenge through shared resources, knowledge, and care.

I’ve been a part of this community for 12 years and the GC is something that keeps me here. I love being able to volunteer for a program and take on real responsibility-like growing plants or executing a plant sale. It’s really rewarding and gives me a sense of place.


What does your food chain look like?

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season, preserving the food grown during the summer is an important part of eating local throughout the year. We work directly with local farms like Cattail Organics, Red Door Family Farm, and Whitefeather Organics to contract produce ahead of the season and set a fair price. You can purchase a full or half share, individual 1lb Frozen Asset bags, or learn more about the program on our website. Benefits to Shortening Your Food Chain By: Neena Poulter

What is a Food Chain?

Is your food making a short trip to your plate from your garden? Is it purchased at a farmer’s market or delivered in a CSA? Or is it flown halfway across the world to be processed, packaged and delivered to a grocery store? Where you buy determines the length of your food chain. Simply put, a food chain is the number of “steps” food takes to get from the farm it was grown on to your plate. Decreasing the number of destinations or miles your food travels helps strengthen your local food economy while receiving the freshest food your community has to offer. Where Should I Start?

Buying food produced locally helps your community develop a resilient local food economy. When farms receive more business, they can grow more and become a stronger, more stable facet of the community. This means that by eating fresh local food, you help ensure that sufficient food can be produced locally to feed your community even in the face of adversity. Recently, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how fragile long food chains can be. According to the Soil Association, “having short, regional supply chains, alongside longer supply chains, bolsters food security so that we’re better prepared for times of uncertainty.” While most of us still rely on our long food chains, making purchases locally when possible will benefit our community and strengthen our local food economy.

As a consumer and part of the Farmshed community, you have the power to change your local food economy by choosing which products to spend your money on. Every small purchase made from a local farm helps keep that farm growing. There are multiple ways to buy directly from local farms: shopping at a summer and winter farmer’s market, signing up for a CSA or becoming a working CSA member.

Purchasing a CSA is like investing in a local farm. You, the consumer, pay the farmer up front for a ‘share’ of the season’s fresh produce. That share of produce will be packed in a box and typically delivered on a weekly or biweekly basis for as long as the growing season lasts. By paying up front, you invest in the farm and aid in its growth. Many local farms offer CSAs, and some of them even offer customizable boxes, so you can choose which seasonal vegetables you want in your box. Farmshed’s Frozen Assets Program can be purchased to extend the Wisconsin summer and support your local ag community. Frozen Assets come in 10 varieties of frozen vegetables harvested and frozen at the peak of the season. Since Wisconsin has a short growing



By: Maddie Kinscher


“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.” This quote by Gibran Khalil Gibran was spoken years ago but still reflects the mounds of research being done today about the relationship between mental health and the natural environment. Scientists have found that those who spend time in green or blue spaces (oceans, rivers, or lakes) have an elevated sense of happiness and overall health in all ages. Schools who have green spaces within view promote cognitive and self-regulation development in children and veterans with PTSD who participated in outdoor recreation activities built confidence, trust and reduced their substance use. @NikitaSinyaev


When we say nature, we don’t necessarily mean wilderness. Urban greenspace, potted plants, a garden, and even listening to nature sounds all have the capability to impact our mental wellbeing. Having and caring for potted plants in your home can reduce feelings of stress and calm your nervous system. Even working in spaces with plants and natural light can heighten productivity.

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If we venture outside, how long do we need to be in nature? Current research suggests a total of 2 hours in natural areas a week shows an improvement in subjective well-being. Time isn’t the only factor, you also need to feel connected with nature. It actually has been shown to be a better predictor of happiness than connectedness to friends or community. Some explanations for why our brains feel better outside include the biophilia hypothesis, stress reduction theory, and attention restoration theory. The latter two are related, both focusing on the calming and cognitive healing effects of nature. Biophilia hypothesis is the idea that because humans evolved in and had to survive in natural environments, we are hardwired to connect with nature. Regardless of the ‘why’, subjective thoughts and research are all turning to the outdoors to support our well-being.


More and more women are creating careers in agriculture and building their own enterprises. We asked women working in local food how they got started and what advice they’d like to share with young people also exploring work in agriculture and business.

“My advice to anyone looking at a future in agriculture would be to work at different farms similar to what you envision and give it everything you have. If you find exhilaration in those moments when you are exhausted, pride despite the stress, and gratitude for the opportunity to serve the community in this way, then a life of farming is an amazing path. I love farming, feeding people, and knowing on some level I am making a positive impact on our environment and community.”





My motivation to work in agriculture has always been tied to a belief in community and connection. In working to immerse myself into the ecology of the land I’ve worked on, I’ve realized that it is equally as important to cultivate a supportive network of the Womxn around me. They are rarely without strength, support, or empathy.


“Get involved somewhere. Nothing beats first hand farm experience, but there are many layers to food systems. All are important. Opportunities really do open up when people get to know you and your work ethic. Don’t let imposter syndrome prevent you from asking questions and just beginning somewhere. Most farmers are community-minded people that love to share their experiences. You will learn a great deal from listening to others’ mistakes and more so from your own. Your skills and confidence will grow, as will your network of support.”


“Our friendship has revolved around cooking, canning, fermenting, and now shrub making. We met back in 2010 while working at Emy J’s; the relationship was incubated amidst a unique environment of local food and community connectivity. Eight years later, we partnered up on a business venture, Siren Shrub Co. Through it, we keep our values front and center by nurturing relationships with local farms and focusing retail distribution through small, locally owned businesses. If you have a passion for local food, dive in, there is a vibrant community full of collaboration and support waiting for you!”


“Being a female farmer can be daunting, but know that you can do anything, from fixing equipment, building fences, and learning to care for animals. Also know everything in farming happens in seasons. It takes a year to gain knowledge of a season, so reach out to other farmers, they are some of the most helpful people you will meet. It could be a family member, neighbors, or someone you met at a conference. In the end, be confident, you can do it all, and it is so rewarding, but know you don’t have to do it all. The wisdom of others can save you years of trial and error, and build relationships that last a lifetime.”


“I would encourage anyone interested in farming to go for it. With women, I say there’s no reason you can’t. Sure, there are some things that physically can be challenging. But my first year of hay making taught me grit. Women in other stereotypically male professions probably get the same feedback or questions. That hasn’t stopped them and it hasn’t stopped me. I just think it’s a great lifestyle. If you like being outside and physical, it’s a great experience and great place to have kids. I thoroughly enjoy the physical aspect of my work.”



The Growing Collective Central Waters Brewing Company 351 Allen Street | Amherst 715-824-2739 | CentralWa

Sunset Point Winery 1201 Water Street | Stevens Point 715-544-1262 |


The Growing Collective will be selling over 5000 annual vegetable and herb starts in the greenhouses. Vegetable and herb types include:

O’so Brewing Company 1800 Plover Road | Plover m 715-254-2163 |

Stevens Point Brewery 2617 Water Street | Stevens Point 715-344-9310 |

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!

District 1 Brewing Company 200 Division Street N. | Stevens Point 715-544-6707 |

Great Northern Distilling 1011 Second Street | Stevens Point 715-544-6551 |

McZ’s Brew Pub 178 N. Main Street | Rosholt 715-677-3287 | wpub | 715-344-2556


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Arnold’s Strawberries

Black Rabbit Farm

Clover Valley Meadows Farm

Bouressa Family Farm

Cathy’s Creations

Cattail Organics 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.

243749 Beaver Creek Rd, Athens, WI 54411 (715) 218-0252 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 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.

@reddoorfamilyfarm 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. 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.


Dancing Bear Apiary

Divine Hollow Mushrooms

Gather Farm & Flowers

Gering Gardens Blueberry Farm LLC 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! Jodi Passwaters 5512 Cty Rd EE, Amherst, WI 54406 (608) 290-9003, f: @gatherfarmandflowers, i: @gatherfarmandflowers Our focus is seasonal, sustainable flowers & herbs. Our products are grown using regenerative, soil building, organic practices. We offer bouquet subscriptions, deliveries locally, and blooms to our areas florists, during our June - October growing season. We also offer cutting garden and native pollinator garden plant starts in the spring; pumpkins and dried decor in the fall; greens and wreaths in the winter. Our dried herbs and spice blends, grown & processed by Gather Farm & Flowers, are available beginning in the fall. Visit our website for design and ordering options, or follow us for photos of our beautiful blooms and healthy soil to feed your soul. Mitchell Millot N3593 Oak Dr, Wautoma, WI 54982 (262) 442-8184, f: @divinehollowmushrooms i: @divinehollowmushrooms We are a family run small scale mushroom producer that implements sustainable and organic practices in the production of our fungi. We believe in production methods that produce the smallest possible waste stream. We also believe in strong, resilient local food systems and know that fungi play a crucial role in our food systems as well as in nature. We believe in promoting personal and community health through high quality food, food education and community engagement projects. Contact us today! 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.

Green’s Flower Farm

Igl Farms LLC

Joan Arnold Farm

Lakeview Berry Farm Rick & Sylvia Green 235403 County Rd J, Wausau, WI 54403 (715) 630-5924, Give your next event a Green Touch with fresh, sustainably grown flowers. We offer DIY buckets of blooms and greenery for weddings and other special occasions in your life so that you can design things in your own fashion and containers. Full floral design service and delivery also available. 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.


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. 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.

Liberation Farmers

Maple Bee Acres

Meadow Lane Farms

Meadowlark Community Farm

Nami Moon Farms



Oak Knoll Acres 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.

Denise & John Hilgart 11637 North Rd, Auburndale, WI 54412 (715) 652-2297 Organic certified, Meadow Lane Farms is a 3rd generation & Century old family farm. Our passion is Healthy Earth, Happy Animals which create Quality Food to make your tongue smile. Producers of Organic Certified grass-fed humanely raised beef, maple syrup, raspberries, and herbs with an extended season high tunnel. 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! 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. Troy Kuehn W2762 Starr Rd, Granton, WI 54436 (715) 937-0210, f: @MapleBeeAcresLLC Fresh USDA certified eggs, chicken, pork and beef products grown organically on our family 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. 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.


Primitive Pastures LLC

Produce Point LLC

Red Door Family Farm

Segura & Sons Mushroom Farm

Siren Shrub Company LLC

Stoney Acres Farm

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! 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. 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.

Tapped Maple Syrup 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.

16 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! Jerome Segura III 2117 Main St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 f: @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 at the Farmers Market, online, or Facebook to find the latest of what we’re up to and have to offer. 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.

Turners Fresh Market

V’s Bees, LLC

We Grow LLC

Whitefeather Organics LLC Tara Turner E208 State Hwy 54, Waupaca, WI 54981 (920) 896-3663, f: @TurnersFreshMarket, i: @turnersfreshmarket Family operated since 1963, Turners is a 3rd generation community market with produce, plants and family fun! We sell a variety of conventional and organic fruits and vegetables individually and in bulk. Open from late April through October, we have something for every season: from PYO opportunities to seasonal events. Become a member by joining our popular Season Pass Program! Like a CSA, you commit to buy local, but you only buy what you want. Open Monday - Saturday 9am-5pm and on Sundays from 10am-5pm. 6 Miles West of Waupaca at E208 Hwy. 54, Waupaca, WI. 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.

Member Perks 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. 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!

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

• 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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EarthCrust Bakery

Main Grain Bakery & Eatery

PJ’s - SentryWorld

Rockman’s Catering

RUBY || Stevens Point 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. Sarah Jo More 1009 1st St Suite B, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 630-1486, f: @maingrainbakery, i: @themaingrainbakery Main Grain Bakery & Eatery creates hand shaped sourdough bread, soft pretzels, sweet treats, specialty cakes, & more. Our eatery offers artisan sandwiches, fresh soups & house salad. Supporting our local farmers & makers, we source and value natural, organic, and local ingredients. 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

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.

18 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. 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 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.

Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Portage County

Agora Makers Market

Alice’s Rabbit Whole

Central Rivers Farmshed aging-disability-resource-center 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. 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. Cara Adams & Carrie Schnittger 964 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. Shop instore or online. 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.

Central Waters Brewing Company

Let us be your contact for Paul Graham getting your Garden & Deer Plot 351 Allen St, Amherst, WI 54406 (715) ready 824-2739,for planting. Get those f: @CWBrewing, i: @cwbrewing off toelectric a better by water Solar plants thermal, solar arrays start and extreme conservation practices make Central Waters Wisconsin’s Castings, greenest using brewery. Worm We also lead the industry by working with local farmers to help grow our ingredients. Visit our best fertilizer. Tap Room nature’s for beer to-go, growler fills, or to enjoy a pint! Monday 9am-5pm, Tuesday 9am-5pm, Wednesday 9amLet us earn your business. 7pm, Thursday 9am-9pm, Friday 9am-9pm, Saturdays 10am - 9pm, Sundays Noon - 7pm, Tours: 3pm Saturdays. Leslie VanNover W12168 St. Hwy 64 Leslie VanNover W12168 StateAntigo, Hwy 64, Antigo, 54409 WI WI 54409 (715) 627-2283, Denali Worm Castings/YieldBuilder 715-627-2283 (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 D & L Enterprises

natural fertilizer. Let us earn your business.

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Family Farm Defenders

Family Natural Foods

Feltz’s Dairy Store

Golden Sands Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc. 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. 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. Stephen and Katrina Hittner 910 W Grand Ave, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495 (715) 423-3120, f: @FamilyNaturalFoods, i: @familynaturalfoods Family Natural Foods, part of the community since 1946 is here for you. Friendly and welcoming, our goal is to share our knowledge and resources to assist you on your journey to well-being. We are community focused bringing you local meats, dairy, produce, VomFass specialty oils and balsamics along with a variety of supplements, herbs and homeopathics. We are your natural grocer. Come in for the experience. Hours: Monday and Friday 9am-6pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 9am-4pm. Denise Hilgart & Amalia Priest 1100 Main St #150, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 343-6215, f:@goldensandsrcd We are a 501(c)3 non-profit celebrating 50 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

Midwest Renewable Energy Association

Northwind Solar 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. Taylor Ball, 7558 Deer Rd, Custer, WI 54423 (715) 592-6595,, f: @themrea 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!

20 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. Josh Stolzenberg 578 Allen St, Amherst, WI 54406 (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.

Simplicity Credit Union

Stevens Point Area Co-op

Stevens Point Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Tomorrow River Community Charter Schools 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. 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

Wisconsin Wool Exchange Margaret Parsons, Pat Herman, & Bonnie Beverstock 1009 1st St, Stevens Point, WI 54481 (715) 295-0975, info@wisconsinwoolexchange. com, f: @WisconsinWoolExchange The Wisconsin Wool Exchange is dedicated to supporting the local farming community and fiber artists by selling locally produced fiber and unique fiber gifts. We carry crafting accessories and can provide instruction and fiber – related crafts. Our store is a gathering place for those who would like to share their crafting with others. Hours: Tuesday – Friday from 10:00–5:00 and Saturday from 11:00–3:00. Open Crafting every Tuesday evening and Open Spinning every Sunday afternoon. 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! 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!

Leslie Vannover | | (715) 627-2283


Abbotsford Farmers Market

Antigo Farmers Market

Adams County Night Market

Kronenwetter Farmers Market

Festival Foods Farmers Market

Main Street Marshfield Farmers Market

Mauston Farmers Market

Medford Downtown Farmers Market

Medford Farmers Market

Mosinee Chamber of Commerce Farmers Market

June - Sept, Tuesday 11 AM - 3 PM Location: Across the street from Abby State Bank Hwy 13 & 29, Abbotsford, WI 54405

May - Oct, Wednesday 3 PM - 7 PM Location: Located in Friendship Park N Main St, Friendship, WI 53934

May - Oct, Saturday & Sunday 8 AM - 1 PM Location: Festival Foods Parking Lot 1613 North Central Avenue, Marshfield, WI 54449

May - Oct, Tuesday & Saturday 2 PM - 6 PM Location: State St, Juneau Court House Lawn 200 Oak Street, Mauston, WI 53948

May - Nov, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM Location: Taylor County Fairgrounds, Hwy 13 & WI-64 Fairgrounds Highway 13 & WI-64, Medford, WI 54451

June - Oct, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM Location: Located between 6th & 7th Ave Peaceful Valley Park Pavilion; 404 Superior St, Antigo, WI 54409 June - Oct, Sunday 9 AM - 2 PM Location: Locally grown produce and homemade goods at a small town Farmers Market 2390 Terrebonne Dr, Kronenwetter, WI 54455

June - Oct, Tuesday 8 AM - 1 PM Location: Pick n’ Save Parking Lot 641 S Central Ave, Marshfield, WI 54449

May-Oct, Tuesday 12 PM - 6 PM Location: S Whelen St, City Park South Whelen St, Medford, WI 54451

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

Neillsville Farmers Market

Owen Farmers Market

Pittsville Farmers Market

Rome Farmers Market

Stevens Point Area Winter Farmers Market

Stevens Point Farmers Market

June - Oct, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM Location: Sniteman Town Square, Corner of Hewett St & 5th St Sniteman Town Square, Hewett St, Neillsville, WI 54456

June - Oct, Friday 8 AM - 1 PM Location: Baum’s Mercantile Parking Lot 5307 2nd Ave, Pittsville, WI 54466 Nov - Apr, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM Location: Boys & Girls Club 941 Michigan Ave, Stevens Point, WI 54481

Sparta Farmers Market

May - Oct, Wednesday & Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM Location: Downtown Sparta’s Mueller Square 120 N. Water St., Sparta, WI 54656

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June - Oct, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM Location: Mill Pond Park County Road X, Owen, WI 54460

May - Oct, Friday 9 AM - 1 PM Location: Alpine Business Park Off of Hwy 13 & Alpine Dr, Rome, WI 54457 June - Oct, All Week 8 AM - 3 PM, Saturdays 7 AM - 12 PM Location: The Downtown Square 802 Main Street, Stevens Point, WI 54481

Stratford Farmers Market

June - Sept, Wednesday 4 PM - 7 PM Location: Stratford Homes Parking Lot 402 S Weber Ave, Stratford, WI 54484

Tomah Farmers Market

Waupaca Farm Market

Wausau - Aspirus Farmers Market

Big Bull Falls Farm Market

Farmers Market of Wausau

Market Place Thursdays

Wausau Winter Market

Village of Weston Farmers Market

May - Oct, Wednesday& Saturday 7 AM - 1 PM Location: Gillett Park 1316 Superior Ave, Tomah, WI 54660

June - Oct, Thursday 10 AM - 3 PM Location: Aspirus Corporate Building 2200 Westwood Dr., Wausau, WI 54401

May - Nov, Wednesday & Saturday 7 AM to Sell Out Location: 388 River Dr, Wausau, WI 54401

Nov - Apr, Saturday 8 AM - 12 PM Location: Boys & Girls Club of the Wausau Area 1710 N 2nd St, Wausau, WI 54403

May-Oct, Saturday 9 AM - 1 PM Location: Intersection of Fulton and Main Street 205 W Fulton St, Waupaca, WI 54981

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

June - Sept, Thursday 9 AM - 2 PM Location: Downtown Wausau 400 Block, Wausau, WI 54401

May - Oct, Tuesday & Saturday 8 AM - 3 PM Location: Weston Market Place 3910 Schofield Ave, Weston, WI 54476

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


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