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PJ’s - SentryWorld, Stevens Point sentryworld.com

Omega Valley Farms, Dorchester omegavalleyfarmers.com

What’s in Season?..................................................... 6 Ways to Support Locally Grown..............................7

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Farm / Product Quick Reference Guide.................8 - 13

This atlas is brought to you by Central Rivers Farmshed

Farms & Producers....................................................14 - 27 Map.............................................................................28 - 29

Cover / Layout / Design: Alexa Voda (UWSP Design Intern) Digital Cartographer: Phillip Ohlinger (Volunteer) Digital Imagery: Alexa Voda (UWSP Design Intern)

Farm to Fork Cuisine................................................32 - 37 Businesses & Organizations....................................38 - 48 Farmers’ Markets......................................................49 - 55

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The Central Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas is your guide to finding local food year-round. It features farms, businesses, restaurants and farmers’ markets.

• Farms and businesses are listed alphabetically

• Use the Farm / Product Quick Reference Guide on pages 8 - 13 to find specific items

• Use the map on pages 28 - 29 to find a farm, business or market by location

• Please make sure visitors are welcome or call before you visit farms

• Tell farms and businesses you saw them in the Atlas!

• View the Atlas online at farmshed.org

Businesses/Organizations pledge that they are:

• Family or cooperatively owned or are a nonprofit

• 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 • Selling products made using raw materials grown on Wisconsin farms

Farms pledge that they are:

• Family or cooperatively owned

• 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

QUICK FIND SECTIONS

Farms, Farm to Fork Cuisine, Businesses & Organizations, and Farmers’ Markets sections can be easily found using markers at the top right-hand corner of the pages.

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What is Central Rivers Farmshed? Central Rivers Farmshed is a 501c3 nonprofit organization representing all aspects of the food system whose members are committed to making central Wisconsin a renowned, local food community.

mission

we believe

Farmshed’s mission is to expand the connection between local residents and their food by providing opportunities for participation, education, cooperation, and action to support a local food economy in central Wisconsin.

-Food should be grown in a sustainable manner

Save the Date - Farmshed Events Growing Collective Plant Sale

Thursday, Friday & Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend

-People should know how to buy, grow, harvest, preserve, and prepare local foods

-The public should know local farmers

Farmer Tribute Dinner

-Farmers should know who eats their food

Together with our dedicated community members and

partners, Farmshed organizes a variety of programming

Community Potluck Series

Second Tuesday of every month

Farmshed, 1220 Briggs Court, Stevens Point

Farmshed, 1220 Briggs Court, Stevens Point

Saturday, November 11

Farmshed, 1220 Briggs Court, Stevens Point

Local Food Fair and Beefsteak Dinner

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

SentryWorld, 601 Michigan Avenue, Stevens Point

and resources, including this Atlas, focused on

educating different facets of our community about

local food and sustainable agriculture. Food touches

us all, everyone must eat, so together we work to make connections between people and their food by taking

action and teaching those around us about sustainable, local food systems in ways that directly impact their behaviors.

Learn more by visiting

farmshed.org

Farmshed’s Programming Local Food Buying Club

Frozen Assets CSA Program

Bulk wholesale produce purchasing club open to Farmshed members

Place orders with farmers each spring, deliveries throughout growing season

Distributed November through March, full and half shares available

Local Food Taste Great Fundraiser

Alternative school fundraiser; students sell local foods to raise money for their schools

Keeps money in the local economy and teaches kids about supporting local businesses

Farmshed Facility and Community Kitchen Rentals

Facility open to groups of 40 or less

Fully equipped commercial kitchen

Local, organic vegetables direct from farm, processed in the Farmshed kitchen

Growing Collective Farmshed members volunteer to collectively grow

bedding plants each spring Host Farmshed’s plant sale Memorial Day Weekend

Farmshed at the Farmer’s Market Accepting EBT/FoodShare Cards at two area markets

Chef Demos, Kids Activities, and more!

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What’s in Season? APPLES

GREEN BEANS

BASIL

KALE

BEETS

KOHLRABI

BLUEBERRIES

LETTUCE

BOK CHOY

MELONS

BROCCOLI

ONIONS

BRUSSEL SPROUTS

PEAS

CABBAGE

PEPPERS

CARROTS

POTATOES

CELERY

PUMPKINS

CELERIAC

RADISHES

CILANTRO

RHUBARB

CORN, SWEET

SALAD TURNIPS

CUCUMBERS

SPINACH

DILL

SQUASH, SUMMER

EGGPLANT FENNEL GARLIC GOURDS

AVAILABLE PARTIAL MONTH AVAILABLE ENTIRE MONTH

Ways to Support Locally Grown SHOP AT A FARMERS’ MARKET Buy directly from your farmers! Learn about how and where your food is grown by asking questions at the market.

JOIN A CSA CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture, which is a model that creates partnerships between farmers and consumers. Become a member of a local farm in the spring and receive a box of produce throughout the growing season.

FIND LOCAL PRODUCTS AT YOUR GROCERY STORE Grocers are starting to source and feature local products. If you don’t see any, be sure to ask!

EAT AT RESTAURANTS THAT SOURCE LOCALLY

Enjoy fresh, delicious food prepared by chefs and support your local economy at the same time!

VISIT A FARM OR FARMSTAND

GROW YOUR OWN

Take the family for a berry picking adventure, stop at your favorite farmstand or place an order with a farmer in advance and pick up your items from the farm.

It doesn’t take much space to grow a little food for your family. Whether you have a garden plot or a few containers on your patio, get a taste of something fresh off of the vine.

SQUASH, WINTER STRAWBERRIES SWISS CHARD TOMATOES Based on average central Wisconsin growing season. May vary.

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Beltie Beef LLC/ Caldwell Farms

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Bice’s Quality Critter Ranch

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Big Springs Fish Company

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Black Rabbit Farm

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Blue Moon Heirloom Farm

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Bog Bottom Farm

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Bouressa Family Farm

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Burr Oak Winery

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Cathy’s Creations

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Cournoyer Orchard

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DanCin’ Hills Farm

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Decker Family Vegetable Garden

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Dry Barn Meats

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Ethereal Gardens

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Farmer John Produce

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Flyte Farmily Farms

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Grampa Glenn’s Organic Strawberries

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Jay’s Hilltop Sugarhouse

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Joan Arnold Farm

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Last Chance Carrell

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Liberation Farmers

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Meadow Lane Farms

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Mielke’s Farm

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Moseley Roadside Market

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Stonehouse Farm

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Stoney Acres Farm

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Trachte Family Farms

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Turners Fresh Market

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Uncle Mike’s Maple Syrup

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Utech’s Rainbow Farm

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Please tell farms & businesses you found them in the Central Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas™ VISIT FARMSHED ONLINE: FARMSHED.ORG

1. ALTENBURG’S COUNTRY GARDENS LLC

4. AUBURNDALE FOOD COOPERATIVE

7. BIG SPRINGS FISH COMPANY

10. BOG BOTTOM FARM

Rand Atkinson 4002 3rd Ave Wisconsin Dells 53965 608.778.1131 bigspringsfishcompany@gmail.com bigspringsfishcompany.com

David & Dana Fiala

Harold Altenburg 7020 Plover Rd (Hwy 54 E) Wisconsin Rapids 54494 715.421.2943 altenburgs@tznet.com altenburgsfarm.com

Denise Hilgart PO Box 184 Auburndale 54412 715.652.2297 info@auburndalefoodcooperative.com localfoodmarketplace.com/auburndale

Family-owned since 1964. Picked and pick your own strawberries (June/July, daily starting at 6:30 am once season starts). Enjoy picking delicious strawberries in our clean fields and straw-lined rows. Kids of all ages are welcome to enjoy picking and the tractor ride to and from the patch. 3 miles east of Wis. Rapids or 10 miles west of Plover on Hwy. 54. Visit our website for info on our fall fun events and pumpkins. Find us on Facebook.

A CSA custom made for you! Naturally and organically grown vegetables, herbs, pasture raised meats, eggs, and canned goods made by local farmers and their families. Our list of available items are updated each week on our online shopping site. You may order online when it’s convenient for you and then pickup on your scheduled date at a selected community drop site in Marshfield, Stevens Point, and Wisconsin Rapids. Find us on Facebook.

We raise rainbow trout, turning old farmstead silos into fish rearing facilities. Beginning with certified disease free eggs, fresh artisan water, and the best feed available, we raise our trout to marketable size. We sell fresh fish (never frozen) and never use antibiotics or STTP so that you can enjoy truly fresh, delicious trout fillets. We also raise native perennials for natural land and shoreline native restoration.

2. AMBER WAVES FARM, LLC

5. BELTIE BEEF LLC/CALDWELL FARMS

8. BLACK RABBIT FARM

Melissa Corteen 9021 Robin Rd Marshfield 54449 715.676.2529 corteen0695@gmail.com amberwavesfarmboutique.com

Michael & Lorna Caldwell 3138 Yellowstone Rd Milladore 54454 715.457.6765 belties@caldwellfarms.com beltiebeef.com

Livestock is an important part of our farm. We have pasture raised hertitage chickens, Romeldale sheep, Llamas, and Alpacas. We sell our ever so popular golden yoked eggs; as well as our fabulous fibers and unique wool. We are also passionate about our handcrafted cold processed soaps and natural/neutral soy candles. Visits are welcomed and encouraged, please call ahead of time. Find us on Facebook.

Caldwell Farms is a family-owned and-operated farm. A Scottish heirloom breed, Belted Galloways, “Belties,” are the perfect breed for grass-fed beef production. Breeding stock also available. Our goal: combine the right animal, our God-given talents, and a healthful environment to produce the best beef possible.

3. ARNOLD’S STRAWBERRIES

6. BICE’S QUALITY CRITTER RANCH, LLC

Tom Arnold 343 Cty Rd PP Rudolph 54475 715.435.3322 arnoldsstrawberries.com

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. Find us on Facebook.

Pat & Cindy Bice 4295 Apple Rd Vesper 54489 715.424.5159 BQCR44@hotmail.com bicesranch.com We specialize in raising quality pasture-raised meats. We feed and finish on grass. We raise Belted Galloway Beef, haired lambs, Berkshire pork, chickens, meat and dairy goats. They are organically grown and Certified Naturally Grown. We also make laundry soap, goat’s milk shampoo bars and specialty soaps! If you have problems, we’re your answer! We are gluten free. Call or write for product locations.

3869 Cty Rd X Pittsville 54466 715.884.2334 BogBottom@yahoo.com Our family farm pasture raises pork, chicken, turkey and beef. No hormones or antibiotics used. We also grow oyster and shitake mushrooms. Pork is available year round. Pigs are free to roam and root creating a darker more flavorful meat. Pastured chickens/ turkeys are available summer/fall. Cage free eggs as well. Retail sales available. Order whole/half hogs, custom mix boxes (chicken/pork), or individual cuts. Find us on Facebook

11. BOURESSA FAMILY FARM

Tommy & Samantha Enright 4977 Keener Rd Amherst 54406 715.513.0460 tommy.enright@gmail.com facebook.com/blackrabbitfarm

Rachel Bouressa N3775 Ritchie Rd New London 54961

Black Rabbit Farm is a small family farm on the Tomorrow River featuring vegetables, berries, and pasture-raised poultry such as chickens, turkeys, ducks, and rabbits. We’re currently planting a permaculture and silvopasture-influenced orchard. No synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. Our focus is on sustainable, earth-friendly, and ethical farm practices.

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 and ½ animals. We deliver throughout the state with minimum orders and welcome visitors. Find us on Facebook.

9. BLUE MOON HEIRLOOM FARM

12. BURR OAK WINERY

Kevin & Theresa Ohm 8663 Arpin Richfield Rd Arpin 54410 715.652.2195 theresa@bluemoonheirloomfarm.com bluemoonheirloomfarm.com We are a certified organic, third generation homestead. On the farm we raise produce, meats, eggs and milk. By using an organic slow growth, grass based diet, we have happy healthy, nutritious animals. We also offer a large line of homemade bath, body and home products. Visitors welcome.

608.228.6617 sheephides@gmail.com bouressafamilyfarm@gmail.com

Steve Kennedy N5873 Hwy 12 & 16 New Lisbon 53950 jkennedy@mwt.net burroakwinery.com

Vineyards and Winery. 14 acres of vineyard with fourteen different grape varieties planted. Annual production approximately 5,000 gallons of wine. Open for business and wine tastings seven days a week from 11am - 5pm. Beautiful setting for our Tasting Room and Wine Garden.

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Please tell farms & businesses you found them in the Central Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas™ VISIT FARMSHED ONLINE: FARMSHED.ORG

13. CATHY’S CREATIONS

16. COURNOYER ORCHARD

19. DECKER FAMILY VEGETABLE GARDEN

22. FARMER JOHN PRODUCE

Cathy Wineman M636 Galvin Ave Stratford 54484 715.506.0096 sheephides@gmail.com cathys-creations.com

Mark & Kelly Cournoyer 10116 Eagle Rd Marshfield 54449 715.305.0385 cournoyerfamily@gmail.com

Dave & Dee Decker N2320 22nd Ln Wautoma 54982 920.787.7578 920.295.5396

John Reindl E6264 Cty X Weyauwega 54983 920.402.0054

No Spray pest control. Family friendly, you pick/we pick orchard with 90% of apples picked off the trees without ladders. Picking from August-October. Wide variety of apple cultivars for all occasions. Wildlife apples and windfalls as well! 6 miles west of Marshfield to Eagle Road. South of County H and north of Hwy 10. Find us on Facebook.

In our family since 1936. Bi-color sweet corn, red, white, blue, yellow, Russet and fingerling potatoes, gourds, squash, sweet potatoes, beets, carrots, green and yellow beans, tomatoes, peppers, Indian 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 next to El PoPo Restaurant in Wautoma, next to the car wash in Red Granite, and at the Mobile station at 20th Ave and Koeller St in Oshkosh. All crops are grown in our sandy soil to give the best flavor. June November.

I sell lamb by the half, whole, or by the cut. I have pasture-raised chicken and eggs. I custom spin and make a basic unscented soap and bar shampoo. I have knitted items and tanned sheep hides. 3 miles west of 97, 2 1/4 miles south of 153, and 3/4 north of C. Roadside stand open Tuesday & Thursday 12pm - 7pm; Saturday 9am - 4pm or by appointment. Find us on Facebook.

14. CHEESEHEAD - EDU (TEA ROSE TOGGENBURGS LLC) Rose Boero 1691 Cty Rd J N Custer 54423 rosebgoat@hotmail.com sites.google.com/site/cheeseheadedu

Tea Rose Toggenburgs LLC is home to “CHEESEHEAD- EDU”, offering on and off the farm cheese making classes taught by licenced Wisconsin cheesemaker Rose Boero. Monthly classes and custom classes are offered. Also home to “Moo-sa- bee” cheese and Whitefeather Organics CSA cheese share. All profits go toward supporting the dairy goat herd on the farm. Google “cheesehead-edu” or “Moo-sa-bee cheese” for more info.

15. CHET’S BLUEBERRY FARM

17. CUTLER COUNTRY COMFORT Randy, Sally & Hana Cutler 2554 County N Milladore 54454 715.457.2781 715.305.5671 scutler@tznet.com Cutler Country Comfort: producing naturally grown vegetables, fruits, and meats. A high tunnel and greenhouse give extended season availability for customers. Meat is grown using rotational grazing. A member of Auburndale Food Cooperative. Register to shop at localfoodmarketplace.com/auburndale for weekly availability. We deliver to major towns. Find us on Facebook.

18. DANCIN’ HILLS FARM

Chet Skippy Cty Rd J & 9th St Custer 54423 715.340.4989 facebook.com @ Chet’s Blueberry Farm chetsblueberryfarm.com

Dan & Cindy Miller 421 Cty Rd F Hamburg 54411 715.571.2642 715.279.0757 dancin421@gmail.com facebook.com @ DanCin’ Hills Farm

Blueberries are antioxidant superstars. Our U-Pick farm has over 14,000 Highbush cultivated blueberry plants with eight different varieties on 12 acres. The farm has a well-groomed picking field, lots of parking, and restrooms. 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.

DanCin’ Hills Farm uses sustainable practices to grow healthy, chemical free apples and other fruits and vegetables. No spray. We market our produce at the Wausau Farmers’ Market and at our onsite store along with seasonal gift items. Find us on Hwy F 1.5 miles west of Hwy 107 about 9 miles north of Marathon City. Find us on Facebook.

20. DRY BARN MEATS Wayne Eisentraut N4180 Sunny View Rd Waupaca 54981 715.258.8481 715.412.2799 weisentraut@hotmail.com Bull calves from the family organic dairy, raised on a pasture based farm. We are licensed and inspected. We raise meat chickens in bottomless pens and free-range hens for eggs. We make our own maple syrup and a neighbor has bee hives on the farm. Visitors are welcome (please call ahead). 5 miles NE of Waupaca between Hwys E and K.

21. ETHEREAL GARDENS Deb & Tom 4206 Cty Rd G Aniwa 54408 715.297.7926 etherialgardens@gmail.com etherealgardenscsa.net

Certified organic farm growing vegetables, fruit, berries, grains herbs and eggs. Online store coming in May, in addition to already active Amazon.com and localharvest.org listings. Camping at rvwithme.com and internships/worker shares available. Find us on Facebook.

I offer all popular fruits and veggies from apples to zucchini. Tours welcome, call for an appointment. Farm stand located on Mill Street, Weyauwega across from the IGA store. Lumber and firewood also sold.

23. FIELD NOTES FARM Oren Jakobson & Polly Dalton 600 Oak Rd Custer 54423 920.268.8489 262.224.6027 oren@fieldnotesfarm.com / polly@fieldnotesfarm.com fieldnotesfarm.com We are a small organic CSA and market farm. We grow diversified vegetables, herbs, and a few fruits and distribute 22 weeks/year to Stevens Point, Plover, Amherst, Neenah, and Appleton WI. Check out our website or give us a call to learn more. Find us on Facebook.

24. FLYTE FAMILY FARMS Adam & Carrie Flyte W13450 Cottonville Ave Coloma 54930 715.228.2304 715.570.2683 flyte@uniontel.net flytefamilyfarm.com U-pick Strawberries and Organic Blueberries begin our season where greenhouse tomatoes and cucumbers are always fresh and available. Farm to Table Dinners are scheduled monthly at Flyte’s Fieldstones. The giant corn maze adventure ends the season. Farm stands are open daily July-September. Visit us online for a complete listing of locations, in season products, and events. Just off I-39, exit WI-21 west to Frontage Rd. North to second left on Cottonville Ave. Flyte’s Fieldstones is located on WI-21 between Coloma and Wautoma. Follow signs to both locations. Find us on Facebook.

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25. FOX WILLOW FARM

27. GOOD EARTH FARMS, LLC

Rebecca Saunders E774 Mynard Rd Waupaca 54981 920.740.4029 rebecca@foxwillowfarmstand.com foxwillowfarmstand.com

Mike and Deb Hansen 10431 Mayflower Road Milladore 54454 715.652.3520 gef@tds.net goodearthfarms.com

Weekly CSA’s available with FREE home delivery! We specialize in organically raised produce - both unique and traditional varieties, organically raised chicken and eggs, as well as our own line of handmade home goods. Working to bring technology to farming, our website is a one-stop shop to meet all your needs! Find us on Facebook.

Farming as if everything matters! Our mission: To produce humanely-raised, high quality, organic, grass-fed beef, pastured pork, and pasture-raised chicken and turkey at a reasonable price for delivery right to your front door! We’re certified organic because it’s what we believe. Located in central Wisconsin. Learn more at our website.

26. GERING GARDENS BLUEBERRY FARM LLC

28. GRAMPA GLENN’S ORGANIC STRAWBERRIES

Tom & Lorrie Gering 3682 W Cty Rd C Mosinee 54455 715.457.3010 geringtl@gmail.com geringsblueberryandbabydollsheepfarm.com

Nenn Stuve W11280 Cty Rd B Humbird 54746 715.964.8663 715.937.5177 gstuve@centurytel.net facebook.com @ Grampa Glenn’s Organic Strawberries

We are a family owned farm that grows Highbush Blueberries in 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 us on Facebook.

Our berries are certified organic - no chemicals or sprays. Nice country setting - families are welcome - kids are encouraged to eat berries while they pick! Find us on Facebook. If you want us to pick, please call ahead. Taste and see that The LORD is good. Find us on Facebook.

29. GRANDVIEW ORCHARD & NURSERY STOCK

32. HALF MOON HILL LLC

Lisa Rettinger W8086 Cty Rd F Antigo 54409 715.216.5821 lisa@grandvieworchard.com grandvieworchard.com

Gerrid & Sadie Franke 625 Cty Rd A Athens 54411 715.574.1085 halfmoonhill2007@gmail.com halfmoonhill.com

Twenty five acre orchard using holistic practices to produce nutrient dense apples and orchard- grazed meat without synthetic chemicals. Heirloom and modern apples, cider and locally made goods available in the fall. Fruit trees/plants, native plants and workshops in the spring. Tours available as new permaculture and polycultures evolve. Find us on Facebook.

Half Moon Hill, LLC specializes in hand-crafted wine, hard cider and mead. The farm also features u-pick blueberries and raspberries, culinary herbs and 21 acres of rotationally grazed pasture, producing tender, flavorful lamb and beef. Open May through October Fridays and Saturdays 1pm - 8 pm, or by appointment. Find us on Facebook.

30. GRAVEL ROAD FARM

33. HEMLOCK CREEK FARMS

Brigid & Ross Ferkett N547 Gravel Rd Waupaca 54981 715.281.0812 brigid@gravelroadfarm.com gravelroadfarm.com Gravel Road Farm raises vegetables, herbs, fruit, eggs, lamb, cut flowers, and fiber for our CSA, farmers market, and wholesale orders. We participate in the Waupaca Farm Market in downtown Waupaca on Saturdays May - October. We are located about 4 miles south of the Waupaca Fleet Farm. Visitors are welcome, but please call ahead. Find us on Facebook.

Tena Mann 7465 Cty Rd HH Arpin 54410 715.486.6642

HemlockCreekFarms@gmail.com Hemlock Creek Farms is just a girl, her dog and a love for farming! I am currently raising all natural chickens, which are given no antibiotics or growth hormones and are pastured in chicken tractors. My goal is to raise a safe, healthy meat option I can eat and provide to others at an affordable price. We LOVE visitors but please call ahead. Located 4 miles north of Vesper on County Road HH. Find us on Facebook. See graphic ad page 20.

31. GROWING EARTH FARM Logan Brock D2149 Maple St Stratford 54484 715.207.1586 growingearthfarm@gmail.com

I will be producing a wide variety of organically grown vegetables for the Marshfield farmers market. I also plan to sell locally to restaurants and have a limited CSA. Though a start up farm, I bring 5 years farming experience through working on multiple CSA based farms.

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34. IGL FARMS LLC

36. JAY’S HILLTOP SUGARHOUSE

39. LIBERATION FARMERS

42. MAPLEWOOD GARDENS

Brad, Brian & Tom Igl W9689 Cherry Rd Antigo 54409 715.627.7888 715.216.1851 iglfarms@frontier.com

Jay Gordon 9557 Jerome St Nelsonville 54458 715.570.3252

John Sheffy & Holly Petrillo 8762 3rd St Almond 54909 715.366.2656 liberationfarmers@gmail.com liberationfarmers.blogspot.com

David Peterson 701 Highland Ave PO Box 73 Elderon 54429 715.454.6609 drgarlic49@gmail.com

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.

35. JANUARY FARMS Debra Hunt & Kim Beckham 4282 Cty Rd Y Custer 54423 715.347.3144 januaryfarms@gmail.com January Farms produces field and greenhouse-grown herbs and vegetables, hand-harvested apples, and old-fashioned, pan-boiled maple syrup. Our free-ranged and lovingly tended hens produce extra-large mixed colored eggs on land that has been chemicalfree for 15 years. We practice diverse culture farming to yield richly flavored, wholesome foods to feed your soul.

jayshilltopsugarhouse@gdfarm.com Established in 2004, Jay’s Hilltop Sugarhouse makes authentic pure maple syrup. The maple trees in our sugarbush produce natural maple sap free of any additives, fertilizers, or chemicals. If you would like to visit during processing, call ahead for our boiling schedule during the sugaring season. Find us on Facebook.

37. JOAN ARNOLD FARM Joan Arnold 285 Cty Rd PP Rudolph 54475 715.435.3518 asamkod@aol.com 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. Sells at Stevens Point Saturday Farmers’ Market and online via Auburndale Food Cooperative.

38. LAST CHANCE CARRELL Bronwyn Dilley 6141 Brady Rd Bancroft 54921 715.421.9567 bronwyn3d@gmail.com We raise free range poultry and are working towards organic certification. We are chemical free and non-GMO. The farm mostly runs on solar power. We offer CSA shares that we deliver within 50 miles. We sell eggs and offer CSA worker shares. We grow a variety of fruits and vegetables. Looking for new members. We raise chicken, duck, turkey and pork. Call ahead for details. Find us on Facebook.

Liberation Farmers grows pasture-raised, organically fed, heritage breed animals. We offer a monthly meat CSA of chicken, pork, rabbit and goat, and weekly egg CSA. We welcome visitors and sell products on farm, and at SP Farmers Markets. We also roast and offer shares of direct trade coffee, Liberation Coffee. Find us on Facebook.

40. LONELY OAK FARM Joel Kuehnhold 11946 Cty Rd S Milladore 54454 715.321.0229 lonelyoakfarmers@gmail.com lonelyoakfarm.net 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. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram. See graphic ad page 26.

I’m the garlic man. In 34 years of gardening, I have never used any toxic substance for any purpose in any one of my 14 gardens. The only crop I grow is soil which grows all the crops. I have discontinued my 20 year organic certification to protest USDA hypocrisy and corruption. Find us on Facebook.

43. MCDOUGAL’S FARM LLC Gerald & Maydene McDougal W10835 Bluebell Rd Deerbrook 54424 715.627.4418 mcdougalsfarmllc@gmail.com mcdougalsfarm.com 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, but also sell to coffee shops and specialty restaurants. Drop-sites in Antigo, Merrill, Rhinelander and Wausau. Greenhouse open to public in early spring. Find us on Facebook.

41. LOWLAND BISON RANCH Phil & Ione Hausler 2606 Cty C Stevens Point 54481 715.345.9532 lowlandbison@gmail.com lowlandbisonranch.webs.com 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! Find us on Facebook.

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44. MEADOW LANE FARMS

Denise & John Hilgart 11637 North Rd Auburndale 54412 715.652.2297 MeadowLaneFarmsofWisconsin@gmail.com Meadow Lane Farms is a 3rd generation family farm in Auburndale, WI. Producer of 100% grassfed humanely raised beef, maple syrup, vegetables and herbs with an extended season high tunnel (using organic practices). Member of Auburndale Food Cooperative. Shop at localfoodmarketplace.com/Auburndale for weekly availability.

45. MIELKE’S FARM Dan & Robin Mielke 2550 Cty Rd II Rudolph 54475 715.344.4104 715.572.0801 daniel@danielmielke.com mielkesfarm.net Farming naturally since 1860 on land isolated from chemical farming operations. Certified Organic vegetables, fruit and berries, as well as garlic and shallots. We also sell eggs, maple syrup, baked goods, jams, jellies etc. which are produced in our state certified kitchen. Selling at Stevens Point and Wisconsin Rapids farmers’ markets.

46. MOSELEY ROADSIDE MARKET Grant & Peggy Moseley 5009 Cty Hwy O Warrens 54666 608.378.4477 gmoseley92661@gmail.com Homegrown farm produce including sweet corn, cucumbers, tomatoes, melons, pumpkins and more. Also have PYO blueberries, honey and maple syrup. Wagon rides to pumpkin patch Saturdays in Oct or by appointment. Open mid July - Oct 9am-6pm Mon - Sat, 11am-5pm on Sunday. Call for hours after Oct 1. Find us on Facebook.

47. NAMI MOON FARMS Chris Holman & Maria Davis 600 Oak Rd N Custer 54423 715.340.5005 715.498.3276 info@namimoonfarms.com namimoonfarms.com We raise unique and heritage varieties of chickens, ducks, turkeys and pigs in a rotating, pasture-based system that provides our animals more freedom. On a seasonal basis, we have eggs, some vegetables, mushrooms and honey. Most poultry and pork is available year-round. Farm visits are welcome, please call ahead. Thanks! Find us on Facebook.

48. NEEDFIRE FARM Gordon Cunningham 2957 Zoromski Road Mosinee 54455 715.693.4282 gordobahn@gmail.com 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.

49. NEW SEASON FARM LLC

Heather Grys-Luecht & Rob Luecht 8391 Deer Rd Wisconsin Rapids 54494 715.697.3612 goodfood@newseasonfarm.com newseasonfarm.com Focus on growing heirloom and open-pollinated varieties of vegetables using sustainable and ecologically conscious growing practices for both CSA and custom orders. We grow dozens of varieties not found in the grocery store like purple beans, yellow carrots and multiple shapes and colors of tomatoes, lettuce and squash. Eggs available from a pastured chicken flock that includes over 20 breeds. Find us on Facebook.

50. NEWGRASS FARM, LLC Paul Nehring 4009 Henry St Wausau 54403 715.675.0688 mail@newgrassfarm.com newgrassfarm.com

If you want to make delicious meals with meat that you can trust, then try our remarkably tasty, dry-aged, grass-fed angus beef, heritage pork and pasture-raised chicken. Find us on the web, or at summer and winter farm markets in Wausau. On-farm sales/tours are available by appointment, as well. Find us on Facebook.

51. NINEPATCH

Craig, Susan & Dylan Carlson 10849 3rd Ln Athens 54411 715.443.6647 ninepatch99@gmail.com ninepatchfarm.com Experience Ninepatch terroir: the distinctive flavor that healthy soils and forage impart to our meats, vegetables, and eggs. Find us at both the summer and winter farmers’ markets in Wausau. Or visit our farm to see for yourself how your food is grown and meet the people who produce it. Find us on Facebook.

52. NUTTY ACRES GREENHOUSE LLC & NUT HOUSE GIFT SHOP

53. OMEGA VALLEY FARMERS Pattie Kelnhofer 100 Parkside Dr Dorchester 54425 715.654.6722 715.305.1125 pattiek1953@hotmail.com omegavalleyfarmers.com The Omega Valley Farmers group consists of farmers belonging to a premium feeding program for their animals which allows for high quality food products available to the consumer. By feeding the animals in the program a specialized feed, the animals produce products with Omega 3 fatty acids. The all natural process is available in our cheese line and other dairy products and meats. Find us on Facebook. See graphic ad page 31.

54. PASTURED MEATS LLC Josh & Mandi Bernitt M108 Cty Road C Marshfield 54449 715.897.1987 pasturedmeatsllc@gmail.com

We raise grass-fed and finished Angus beef, free-range chicken, eggs, and turkeys. All of our animals are raised on pasture without chemicals, antibiotics, or added hormones. Our focus is on the welfare of our animals, our soil, and the environment. Visitors are welcome but please call ahead. Find us on Facebook.

2650 Willow Springs Dr Stevens Point 54482 nutty@nuttyacres.com nuttyacres.com Creative greenhouse with unique varieties. Our Nut House Gift Shop has an eclectic flare of home & garden decor. We strive to sell plants hardy for our zone 4! Visit nuttyacres.com for directions and hours. Located 5 miles north of Point - it’s well worth your trip! Find us on Facebook.

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61. ROSE OF SHARON CSA & PASTURED MEATS Stacy Zivicki 4494 Cty Rd H Auburndale 54412 715.660.6044 roseofsharonhome77@gmail.com roseofsharonhomestead.com

63. SNOWHAVEN HERITAGE FARM

Stacey & Tenzin Botsford 6961 State Hwy 97 Athens 54411 715.409.1739 reddoorfamilyfarm@gmail.com reddoorfamilyfarm.com

We grow 20+ varieties of apples, 12 varieties of garlic, “All-Blue” potatoes, and popcorn. We harvest honey, eggs, hand craft wool dryer balls, soap, and lip balms with custom labeling available. We’re south of Waupaca off E, please call ahead for availability. We’re often at the Waupaca Farm Market in late Aug & early Sept. Find us on Facebook.

Red Door Family Farm is located 5 miles north of Athens, WI. We are a certified organic, highly diversified farm, growing fruits, vegetables, and meats for CSA and fresh market. Instead of pesticides and herbicides, we use floating row cover, crop rotation, and manual weeding to cultivate high quality produce. Visitors welcome, please call ahead. Find us on Facebook.

Rose of Sharon is a small sustainable family farm devoted to raising and growing pure products. We offer a spring greenhouse sale with flowers and produce as well as a seasonal U-Pick program and CSA for produce. All of our animals are raised on pasture. Vaccine and chemical free. Find us on Facebook. See graphic ad page 30.

We’re a small family farm raising grass-fed Romney sheep for wool and meat, and free-range chickens. We’re always growing – this year we hope to grow an heirloom garden and increase our fiber offerings. Watch our website for availability, new babies, and the latest news! Call ahead to request a visit. Find us on Facebook.

56. POLONIA MEADOWS FARM

59. RILEY CREST FARM LLC

62. RUESCH CENTURY ORGANIC CRANBERRIES

64. SOLIN’S SYRUP

55. PLATE’S FULL ACRES

Jason & Becky Liegl N2530 Draeger Rd Waupaca 54981 715.942.2682 jasbeck02@yahoo.com facebook.com @Plates Full Acres

Rick Trebs 1532 Edgewood Rd N Custer 54423 715.592.6109 FarmerRick@outlook.com

Fill your freezers with nutritious pastured Angus/Hereford beef. We DO NOT use chemicals, hormones, antibiotics, nor vaccinations. Our free range cows feed happily on grasses throughout their lives. Sold by the quarter it is cheaper than store beef and much healthier. Our egg-layer chickens are fed certified organic feed.

57. PRIMITIVE PASTURES LLC Sarah & Robin River N9060 Cty Road J Iola 54945 608.669.3246 primitivepasture@gmail.com

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We raise beef, pork, and chicken eggs on pasture with highly PDF 1/20/2017 managed rotational grazing methods. Wide variety of vegetables and herbs available seasonally. Our farming practices focus on good stewardship of water and soil resources. All feed used is local and organically grown. We welcome farm visits and questions! Find us on Facebook.

58. RED DOOR FAMILY FARM

Tom & Kari Riley 11092 State Hwy 54 Amherst 54406 715.258.2892 kaririley1777@gmail.com Organic dairy farm with 40 cows. We graze all our cows, heifers and steers on 150 acres of pasture. Our cows go under the highway through a cattle pass to graze! We will be milking dairy goats soon! We welcome farm tours (schools, families and groups). We take orders for meat: beef, pork, goat, rabbit, chicken and duck. We offer a yearly Meat and Egg CSA. Call for appointment. Located 1/4 mile west of Turner’s Fresh Market. Find us on Facebook.

60. RIVER HILLS FARM Darrie Nelson 6304 Cty Rd DD Amherst 54406 715.824.3198 office@riverhillsfarm.org

River Hills Farm, a partner ministry of Riverside Bible Camp, provides experiential farm education workshops and mentoring and discipleship programs. We are also a local grower of heirloom sugar snap peas. Sales from this crop support the camp’s collegeaged summer staff volunteer program. We also take orders for meat chickens and eggs. We welcome farm tours for groups of all sizes. Call for an appointment. We are located just east of the village of Amherst. For more information, please contact our office.

Brian Ruesch 5174 Cty Rd D Vesper 54489 715.213.4468 brianruesch@yahoo.com

Ruesch Century Farm was established in 1879. Now in its 4th generation, the farm has become the first certified organic cranberry bog in Wisconsin. All cranberries are harvested with Amish-made hand rakes which produce bruise-free berries that are of the highest quality.

Mac & Angeline Kocha 9276 Elm Rd Eland 54427 715.581.0186 snowhavenfarm@yahoo.com snowhavenheritagefarm.wordpress.com

Jeremy Solin N6590 Cty Road V Deerbrook 54424 715.344.8577 solinssyrup@gmail.com sites.google.com/site/solinssyrup We make maple syrup at the base of the glacial moraine north of Antigo. Our family has been making maple syrup for 5 generations in The Maples, as we call our sugarbush. We sell pure, richlyflavored maple syrup, a variety of infused and aged maple syrups, and fresh, nutrient-full maple sap. Find us on Facebook.

65. SQUARE ACRE ORGANICS LLC Kim Brescia 9118 Cty Rd VV Wittenberg 54499 715.454.6944 squareacreorganics@gmail.com

We are a small sustainable farm that is just getting started. We believe in building the best soil possible to grow the healthiest plants. Healthy plants make great food. Come for a visit and see what’s “Growing on.” Find us on Facebook.

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66. STONEHOUSE FARM

Karl Schwingel & Katja Marquart 177 Cty Rd PP Rudolph 54475 715.869.3007 stonehousefarmwi@gmail.com stonehousefarmwi.com We raise chickens, pork, and lamb using rotational grazing practices supporting the health of our animals and land. We also offer artisan pesto varieties. Our products are grown and raised using natural, earth-friendly practices and most are available yearround. Bulk discounts, sampler packs, and special orders available. Find us on Facebook. Find us at the Stevens Point and Wausau Farmers’ Markets.

67. STONEY ACRES FARM Tony Schultz 7002 Rangeline Rd Athens 54411 715.432.6285 info@stoneyacresfarm.net stoneyacresfarm.net

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. See graphic ad page 25.

68. THE SAND BOX

Josh Stolzenburg & Layne Cozzolino 243 Cty Rd KK Amherst 54406 715.252.1919 sandboxfarm@gmail.com facebook.com @sandboxenterprises An ecologically designed and managed market garden on the edge of Amherst in Portage County. We grow fruits and vegetables in our high tunnel and orchard gardens to be sold “as is” or processed into value added products and sold at the Stevens Point Area Winter Farmers’ Market. Find us on Facebook.

69. TRACHTE FAMILY FARMS Kevin Trachte 6820 Cty Rd A Arpin 54410 715.884.2495 trachtefamilyfarm@tds.net

Family run farm and we have been growing blueberries for 13 years. Pick your own or prepicked available. Blueberry picking season usually runs mid-July to mid-August. Find us on Facebook.

70. TURNERS FRESH MARKET Ross & Tara Turner E208 Hwy 54 Waupaca 54981 715.258.3355 turners@turnersfreshmarket.com turnersfreshmarket.com

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. Find us on Facebook.

71. UNCLE MIKE’S MAPLE SYRUP Mike Taylor W15578 E Cherry Rd Birnamwood 54414 920.379.6676 tabes64@gmail.com

Uncle Mike’s 100% pure Wisconsin Maple syrup is available through Central Rivers Farmshed’s Spring and Fall bulk buying programs, local farm markets, orchards, berry patches, nutrition stores, grocery stores and other supporters of local food. Please call or message us on our Facebook page to find a retailer near you. Find us on Facebook @ Uncle Mike’s Maple Syrup.

72. UTECH’S RAINBOW FARM

75. WE GROW LLC

Jeff & Janet Utech 3880 Rainbow Dr Merrill 54452 715.536.7271 jeffsberry@yahoo.com

Eric & Rebecca Zuleger N7975 Zimmerman Rd Westboro 54490 715.427.1002 715.905.0431 farmer@wegrowfoods.com wegrowfoods.com

On our farm we have 8 acres of Certified Organic Blueberries which were planted in the early 1990’s. There are 5 separate fields, flat to rolling hills, with 9 varieties on farm setting with 30 goats (some pets). U-Picking starts early-mid July through early Sept. Prepicked blueberries are available throughout the season, please call ahead for large orders. All ages and handicapped very welcome! We are 9 mi north of Wausau on Cty K, on Rainbow Dr E, first farm on left, watch for signs.

73. V’S BEES, LLC Buzz Vahradian W6849 Bighorn Ct Wautoma 54982 920.787.3299 Buzz@VsTrees.com 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. 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 Ct. Find us on Facebook.

74. VESPERTINE GARDENS Jill & Craig Tormoen 5470 Spruce Rd Vesper 54489 715.451.9866 715.572.3813 vespertinegardens@hotmail.com vespertinegardens.blogspot.com We offer organically raised delicious produce and non - GMO pastured chicken available through local markets and restaurants. Connect with your community through farm events like Yoga in the Field, High Tea and other festivities. Private party arrangements available. Follow us on Facebok for exciting updates as we are constantly evolving.

We Grow LLC is a produce farm in northern Taylor County providing vegetables grown without the use of synthetic inputs in a community supported agricultural (CSA) system. We sell weekly garden shares, direct off the farm and at the Medford and Rib Lake Farmers Markets. Find us on Facebook.

76. WHITEFEATHER ORGANICS LLC Tony & Laura 2239 Sky View Rd Custer 54423 715.252.2051 whitefeatherorganics@gmail.com

whitefeatherorganics.blogspot.com Certified Organic vegetables, mushrooms, and some fruit. Offering CSA Shares Full/Half in Spring, Summer, and Fall April - December. Delivering to Stevens Point, Plover, Waupaca, and Wisconsin Rapids. Also raising pastured, organic fed chickens, pigs, eggs and fresh Thanksgiving turkeys. Wholesale welcomed. See us at the Stevens Point Market on Saturdays! From Stevens Point: East on Hwy 10, North on Sky View Rd. Call or email for a visit! Find us on Facebook.

77. WILKE’S EXTRA SWEET ACRES, LLC Doug & Bernie T8417 Cty Rd W Wausau 56603 715.675.6748 715.571.6157 wilkesfarm@gmail.com wilkefarm.com Our family farm has raised vegetables and flowers for over 35 years. We sell at the farm mid-Sept - Oct, a roadside stand in Rib Mountain, and the Wausau Farmers’ Market. Offering peas, beans, sweet corn, onions, winter squash, U-Pick pumpkins, fall decorations, a large corn maze, hayrides, and a haunted event in Oct. Located 3 miles north of Wausau.

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Soil • Mulch • Compost From Our Farm to Yours

Growing Supply

Wausau, WI 715-675-5856

www.HsuGrowingSupply.com

Working for family farmers and rural communities!

Education. Legislation. Cooperation. Ag Policy • Local Food Systems • Conservation Cooperative Development • Youth Program & Camp

Learn more at www.wisconsinfarmersunion.com!

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78. BLUE HERON BREWPUB/THE OVEN Rita K Meier 108 W 9th St Marshfield 54449 715.389.1868 info@blueheronbrewpub.com blueheronbrewpub.com

Two great restaurants located in the historic Parkin Place building. Featuring fine food and handcrafted beer, we support local growers and producers. From honey in our signature Honey Blonde beer to local products such as elk, produce and breads, we continue to look for ways to support Wisconsin. Find us on Facebook. Hours: Blue Heron BrewPub: Monday - Saturday 11am - Close; The Oven: Monday - Saturday 5pm - Close

79. CHEF C’S MUNCHIE MOBILE Chef Christian & Leah Czerwonka Stevens Point Area Stevens Point 54481 715.544.1744 chefcsmunchiemobile@gmail.com

A food truck owned and operated by the owners of Father Fats, Christian’s Bistro and El Jefe! Chef Christian’s creative fare is now mobile. Available for catering and special events! Follow us on Facebook to find out where we will be and what we are serving!

80. CHRISTIAN’S BISTRO

Chef Christian & Leah Czerwonka 3066 Village Park Dr Plover 54467 715.344.3100 christiansbistro@gmail.com christiansbistro.com Chef Christian Czerwonka is dedicated to traditional, homemade food prepared with the finest ingredients. Featuring fresh fish flown in daily, locally-grown produce, made-from-scratch sauces and house-smoked meats. Expansive wine list, an energetic atmosphere and attentive, precise service. Catering available. Hours: Tuesday - Friday 11am, with seating until 8pm, Saturday 10:30am, with seating until 8pm (Breakfast available until 2pm), Sunday & Monday closed

81. DOWNTOWN GROCERY Kevin Korpela A168 Wausau Center Mall Wausau 54403 715.848.9800 kevinkorpela@gmail.com downtowngrocery.com

Downtown Grocery offers unique, world-inspired, local-focused, and organic selections featuring an everyday armers Market and Prepared Foods from our Food Bar. Exciting News, in September 2016, Downtown Grocery started construction to rebuild its original home, 607 3rd St, closed since the 2015 fire. Until we reopen in our original home, find us in our temporary home at the Wausau Center Mall Food Court. Find us on Facebook. Market Hours: Monday - Friday 10am - 9pm, Saturday 9:30am 9pm, Sunday 11am - 6pm; Food Bar Hours: Monday - Saturday 11am -7pm

82. EARTHCRUST BAKERY

Mary Sannes & Margaret Witt 633 2nd St Stevens Point 54481 715.341.4155 spacoop.com/earthcrust-bakery Owner-run and solar powered since 1976, EarthCrust bakes with organic flours and grains, local dairy products, eggs, honey and vegetables. We have also introduced a gluten free line of breads, buns and rolls. Located within the Stevens Point Area Co-op. Products also sold at the SentryWorld Headquarters coffee shop, Adventure 212, Emy J’s, and Rusty’s Backwater Saloon.

84. EMY J’S COFFEEHOUSE AND CAFE Guy Janssen 1009 1st St Stevens Point 54481 715.345.0471 guyjanssen@sbcglobal.net emyjs.com

Emy J’s roasts and serves all Fair Trade/Organic coffees. Our smoothies are made with all real fruit and locally produced honey. Our ice cream is produced in Wisconsin. The Café uses the finest and most locally produced ingredients for our food menu. We use solar power to offset our energy usage and do a host of other things to benefit the environment and our community. Find us on Facebook.

85. FATHER FATS PUBLIC HOUSE Chef Christian & Leah Czerwonka 945 Clark St Stevens Point 54481 715.544.4054 fatherfats.com 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 Christian & Leah Czerwonka 924 Clark St Stevens Point 54481 eljefestevenspoint@gmail.com eljefe-taqueria.com

Tradition and creativity meet on a menu of artfully prepared tacos and elevated Mexican street food. Featuring sixty different tequilas and an inspired cocktail list. Catering available. Find us on Facebook. Hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 4pm - 9pm

Gretchen & Danielle 108 South Main St Waupaca 54981 715.258.0132 gretchen678692@yahoo.com

Throughout our lives we have been passionate about food, being with family and making others happy. We knew we wanted a place where customers and staff actually wanted to BE. The dishes we create are unique and all of the flavors shine through, putting a little spin on the traditional. We take the utmost care in selecting only the freshest and highest quality ingredients available to us, often using locally grown and made products to help support local businesses.

87. PJ’S - SENTRYWORLD

601 Michigan Ave N Stevens Point 54481 715.345.1600 sentryworld.com/home/page/-restaurant-about 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. See graphic ad page 34. Hours: Sunday - Thursday 11am - 10pm, Friday - Saturday 11am11pm

Unique · World-inspired · Local-focused · Organic

Market & Food Bar

Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 1pm; Hot lunch pastries Tuesday Thursday 11am - 1pm

83. EL JEFE TACOS Y TEQUILA

86. LITTLE FAT GRETCHEN’S

Downtown Grocery

Downtown Grocery’s temporary home in the Wausau Center Mall

Market M-F 10-9 Sa 9:30-9 Su 11-6 · Food Bar M-Sa 11-7 ▪ Downtown Grocery is an Everyday Farmers Market featuring unique ingredients, a great wall of spices, produce, meats, dairy, groceries, frozen, wine, spirits, beer, and prepared foods from our Food Bar. ▪ Enjoy prepared foods from a hot bar, salad bar, olive bar, bakery (including gluten-free, vegan), and all “homemade in our kitchen.”

An Everyday Farmers Market featuring Prepared Foods!

Exciting News

In Sept. 2016, Downtown Grocery started construction to rebuild its original home, 607 3rd St (left), closed since the 2015 fire. We’re creating a new experience, such as adding loft seating! Until we reopen in our original home, find us in the Wausau Center Mall Food Court.

DowntownGrocery.com Wausau Center Mall Food Court

Open Daily 715-848-9800 Facebook.com/DowntownGrocery

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88. RED EYE BREWING COMPANY

91. SWEET THYME

Kevin Eichelberger 612 Washington St Wausau 54403 715.843.7334 info@redeyebrewing.com redeyebrewing.com

610 Century Ave Antigo 54409 715.623.5966 715.350.9234 tanya@sweetthymellc.com sweetthymellc.com

Est. 2008 From our fresh craft beer, to our artisan food, we support more than 20 Wisconsin farms and businesses. They are neighbors of ours... and yours. Red Eye is proud to support so many local farms and their families that give us fresh, seasonal produce, meats, and dairy throughout year!

Sweet Thyme is a Cafe with a Twist of Local! We are committed to these three principles: incorporating local ingredients, avoiding genetically modified ingredients, and using as many organic ingredients as possible. We carry several gluten free, paleo, and organic bakery items, along with sandwiches, deli-salads, and cafe-made soups. Find us on Facebook. See graphic ad page 36.

89. ROCKMAN’S CATERING

Scott Rockman 2807 Plover Springs Dr Plover 54467 715.341.2552 srockman@rockmanscatering.com rockmanscatering.com 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

90. SCONNI’S ALEHOUSE & EATERY Ben Swanson 1239 Schofield Ave Schofield 54476 715.241.7665 ben@sconnis.com sconnis.com

Sconni’s is an Alehouse & Eatery that aims to highlight all of the best things Wisconsin has to offer. We’re committed to locally sourcing our eclectic, Wisconsin-centric menu and are proud to serve fresh, made from scratch meals worthy of the standards of our local suppliers. Find us on Facebook.

92. THE EATERY BY GREAT EXPECTATIONS

PJ’s – SentryWorld Just like home, but so much better With 27 beers on tap and a menu that pays tribute to Wisconsin-inspired fare, PJ’s – SentryWorld offers daily lunch and dinner options to please the taste buds and warm the heart. Classic Wisconsin homemade comfort food Locally sourced ingredients

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Chef Ryan & Amy Scheide 3551 Plover Rd Wisconsin Rapids 54495 715.423.3190 gr8expectations@solarus.net The Eatery is the area’s premiere luncheon destination for fresh daily specials, homemade soups, desserts worth saving room and a unique trendy menu changed seasonally. M - F, 11 - 2 enjoy open hours while evenings and weekends are reserved for your private gatherings serving detail conscious, custom-created menus that highlight our area’s bounty. See graphic ad page 37.

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93. THE MAIN GRAIN BAKERY Sarah Jo More 1009 1st St Suite C Stevens Point 54481 715.630.1486 themaingrainbakery@gmail.com themaingrainbakery.com The MGB is a small bakery providing our community with high quality artisan sourdough bread, cinnamon rolls, soft pretzels, specialty cakes, cupcakes, cookies, & unique wedding displays! We bake with all natural, local, and organic ingredients. We use quality chocolate, seasonal fruits, and Wisconsin dairy products! Find us on Facebook & Instagram! See graphic ad page 36.

Handmade wood-fifired pizzas Family-friendly atmosphere No reservations required

Open daily at 11 a.m. Located inside SentryWorld 601 N. Michigan Avenue, Stevens Point, WI 54481 sentryworld.com • 715-345-1600

612 Washington Street • Wausau, WI 54403 715.843.REDI (7334) • www.redeyebrewing.com

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94. THRIVE FOODERY

Elizabeth Hinner & David Lorio 2105 N 2nd St Wausau 54403 715.393.4040 info@thrivefoodery.com thrivefoodery.com We are a chef owned and community driven full service restaurant. Our concept is committed to using local resources in every aspect of our operation. We feature a repurposed industrial design in a warm comfortable atmosphere. Find us on Facebook.

95. URBAN STREET BISTRO

Monday – Friday, 11am – 2pm

Clint & Kelly Schultz 919 Edgewood Rd Wausau 54403 715.302.4041 urbanstreetbistro@gmail.com urbanstreetbistro.com facebook.com/UrbanStreetBistro

3551 Plover Road, Wis. Rapids, WI

715.423.3190

1st Floor College of Professional Studies 1901 Fourth Ave. Stevens Point, WI Monday-Thursday 7:45 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Friday 7:45 a.m.-2 p.m.

Central Wisconsin’s first year round mobile restaurant and catering. Born out of a desire to bring thoughtfully prepared, locally sourced cuisine to the streets, festivals and private parties. Your appetite is a moving target. Luckily for you we’ve thought of that. Menu and location changes weekly. Visit our website to learn more about our catering possibilities. Find us on Facebook

96. WISH STEAKHOUSE

Pat & Joel Kasten 5006 E Jelinek Weston 54476 715.298.2903 wishsteakhouse@gmail.com wishsteakhouse.com

Metered and visitor parking available across the street.

We support local growers! cpscafe@uwsp.edu www.uwsp.edu/cpscafe 715-346-4848

A casual atmosphere where a team of experienced culinary professionals provide the highest quality foods with made from scratch dishes. Our on-site organic vegetable garden adds to menu all summer and fall. House smoked meats, fish and a food truck for outside events in summer.Hand picked craft beer and extensive wine list. Hours: Monday - Saturday 4pm - 9pm

CHECK OUT THE VILLAGE HIVE FACEBOOK PAGE FOR DAILY MENU AND CLASS SCHEDULES

Solar Electric Wood Gasification

Shared Use Kitchen

Coffee * Espresso * Juice 610 Century Ave, Antigo, WI 54409 715-350-4299 tanya@sweetthymellc.com www.sweetthymellc.com www.facebook.com/sweetthymellc

Indulge your appetites by visiting us at The Village Hive to find locally crafted cakes, pies, artisan breads, jams, cheese, eggs, meats, grain-free treats and savory options!! Also offering seasonal produce and an array of fanciful & unique gifts. 127 N. Main Street Amherst, Wisconsin 54406 thevillagehive@gmail.com

715.824.3006 cell 715.340.8989 Weds. 11am-5:30pm; Thurs./Fri. 7am-5:30pm; Sat. 8am-2pm

facebook.com/thevillagehive

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97. ALICE’S RABBIT WHOLE LLC Alice Helen Dolata 8981 Riley Rd Amherst 54406 715.824.5294 alice@alicesrabbitwhole.com alicesrabbitwhole.com

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 & Wild-crafted Medicinal Herbs & Hand-crafted Herbal Products. Services offered are Wijara Intuitive Massage, Next Step Consultations, mentoring & classes. Find me on Facebook.

98. ARTHA SUSTAINABLE LIVING CENTER LLC Bob & Marguerite Ramlow 9784 Cty Rd K Amherst 54406 715.824.3463 info@arthaonline.com arthaonline.com

Green living, solar-powered at Artha Bed and Breakfast, 55-acres woods, fields & organic gardens. Travel Green’s second highest rating. Artha Yoga Studios; classes & retreats: Hatha vinyasa-style yoga including breathing techniques, meditation & restorative yoga. Artha Organics herbal tea blends and our own maple syrup boiled over a wood fire. Find us on Facebook.

99. CENTRAL RIVERS FARMSHED 1220 Briggs Ct Stevens Point 54481 715.544.6154 info@farmshed.org farmshed.org

Farmshed is diverse and practical; everything we do is about making connections that rebuild a local food system. We want people to have access to good food at a reasonable price; farmers to make a fair wage for their work; schools to serve healthy lunches; local farms and food businesses to drive economic growth in the region. Support local producers by becoming a member of our Frozen Assets CSA or our Buying Club.

100. CENTRAL WATERS BREWING COMPANY Paul Graham 351 Allen St Amherst 54406 715.824.2739 info@centralwaters.com centralwaters.com

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: Fridays 3pm - 10pm, Saturdays 12pm - 10pm, Sundays 12pm - 7pm; Tours: 5pm on Fridays and 3pm Saturdays

101. DIVERSI-TEA LLC Judy & Doug 920 Clark St Stevens Point 54481 715.544.6308 judy@diversi-tea.com Diversi-Tea.com

Diversi-Tea LLC brings big city experiences by delivering nothing but the finest teas and most flavorful oils and vinegars with the personal touches of small town Wisconsin. We carry over 170 teas from around the globe. Our teas will change the way you think about tea. Our expertise doesn’t stop with the tea! We stock the highest-quality oils and vinegars with flavors unlike anything you’ve ever tasted. Find us on Facebook.

102. DOWNTOWN GROCERY

Please see Downtown Grocery Page 32, Map 81

103. EMY J’S COFFEEHOUSE AND CAFE

Please see Emy J’s Coffeehouse and Cafe Page 33, Map 84

104. FAMILY FARM DEFENDERS John Peck 122 State St #405A Madison 53703 608.260.0900 familyfarmdefenders@yahoo.com familyfarmdefenders.org

Our mission is to create a farmer-controlled and consumeroriented food system based upon democratic institutions that respect and empower local people in their quest for justice and dignity. FFD supports sustainable agriculture, farm worker rights, animal welfare, consumer safety, fair trade, and food sovereignty. It is FFD’s belief that healthy, safe, accessible food is a basic human right and that all communities should be able to control their food system. Find us on Facebook.

105. FAMILY NATURAL FOODS Stephen, Katrina & Mike Hittner 910 W Grand Ave Wisconsin Rapids 54495 715.423.3120 info@familynaturalfoods.com familynaturalfoods.com

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, 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

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106. GIMME SHELTER CONSTRUCTION, INC. 343 Cty Rd KK Amherst 54406 715.824.7200 gimme@gimmeshelteronline.com gimmeshelteronline.com

Design and construction of high performance homes, and remodel. Specializing in passive solar design, sustainable materials, and superior craftsmanship. Design and installation of Masonry Heaters.

107. GOLDEN SANDS RESOURCE CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, INC. Amy Thorstenson 1100 Main St, Suite 150 Stevens Point 54481 715.343.6215 info@goldensandsrcd.org goldensandsrcd.org

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit celebrating over 40 years of solutions for a healthy economy and a healthy environment in 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! Find us on Facebook. See graphic ad page 42.

108. GRAMMA MILLER’S FARM MARKET Michelle Miller N4317 Elizabeth Ln Hancock 54943 715.249.3060 pmillerfarms@gmail.com

Farm Market and Café featuring home-style cooking. Farm market store offers produce, flowers, shrubs, honey, ostrich, scrapbook materials, ice cream and gifts. Open May through October. Take exit 131 off I-39 and go west 500 feet.

109. GREAT NORTHERN DISTILLING Brian Cummins 1740 Park Ave Plover 54467 715.544.6551 info@gndwi.com greatnortherndistilling.com

Great Northern Distilling is central Wisconsin’s first and only craft distillery making Potato Vodka, Herbalist Gin, Vanguard Whiskey and Rye Whiskey. Our spirits are crafted in small batches in our handmade copper still from ingredients that are sustainably sourced from within 150 miles of the distillery. We also offer craft cocktails, tours, tastings and corporate events. Come visit us and experience the difference that a true “grain to glass” process can make. Mixology Bar Cocktail Hours: Wedesday – Friday, 4pm -10pm, Saturday 1pm – 10pm; Tours: Saturdays at 1pm, 2pm & 3pm

110. INTERNATIONAL BANK OF AMHERST 103 S Main St Amherst 54406 715.824.3325 ibamherst.com

Highly recommended by customers, this friendly, locally owned and managed independent bank is located in Amherst. An equal opportunity lender, the International Bank of Amherst has had the same name and operated at the same location for 124 years! Each depositor is insured to at least $250,000 by the FDIC. Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 9am - 11:30pm

111. JACKSON & LOUIE’S ANTIQUES Jack & Lori Britz 187 N Main St Rosholt 54473 715.677.6711 facebook.com/jacksonandlouie

113. MIDWEST RENEWABLE ENERGY ASSOCIATION Nick Hylla 7558 Deer Rd Custer 54423 715.592.6595 info@midwestrenew.org midwestrenew.org TheEnergyFair.org

The Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) promotes renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable living through education and demonstration. Join us for live food demos, sustainability workshops, and much more at The 28th Energy Fair, June 16 - 18, 2017 in Custer, Wisconsin or for the first time September 9 - 10 in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Check out the upcoming education and training opportunities in the 2017 Course Calendar. Host your wedding or next event at our site. See graphic ad page 43. MREA Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm; Guided Tours: By appointment

Jackson & Louie’s specialize in antique, vintage collectibles, & oddities. There are 14 Antique Dealers that carry fine art, jewelry, furniture, fishing, sports memorabilia, advertising, clocks, crocks, books, essential oils, gift items and much more. There is a Food Artisan Marketplace featuring specialty foods created by area Food Artisans.

112. LIBERATION FARMERS DIRECT TRADE COFFEE John Sheffy 8762 3rd St Almond 54909 715.366.2656 liberationfarmers.blogspot.com

We organize volunteer coffee harvest trips to Mexico and Kenya to help farmers pick sustainably grown coffee. We purchase coffee directly from the farmers a year in advance at a price they set. We roast and deliver coffee weekly as CSA shares to Stevens Point, WI Rapids, and Waupaca.

Kindred Spirit Books Music & Gifts

Body • Mind • Heart • Soul L’Aura Di Salvo owner Hours: Mon. thru Thurs. 10 am. to 6 pm. Fri. 11 am. to 6 pm. and Sat. 10 am. to 5 pm.

1028 Main Street, Stevens Point, WI 54481

715-342-4891

E-mail: kindredspiritbooks@sbcglobal.net www.kindredspiritbooks.com

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114. NEW ROOTS COFFEE COMPANY LLC

117. ROBERTS IRRIGATION CO INC.

Joseph Zimmermann E13791 Tower Rd Ringle 54471 715.843.6820 joseph@newrootscoffee.com newrootscoffee.com

Paul Roberts 1500 Post Rd Plover 54467 715.344.4747 robertsirrigationwi.com

Agricultural irrigation sales, parts and service. Proud Reinke dealer. Our mission... to exceed our customers’ expectations of quality, service, and innovation.

Since 2007, we have been sourcing and roasting exceptional specialty coffee. We are local pioneers in offering coffees from emerging origins like Burundi, China, Rwanda, and Congo. Each Tuesday and Thursday, we roast using lighter roast profiles that result in coffees which are spectacular in your cup.

118. RUBY COFFEE ROASTERS

119. SIMPLICITY CREDIT UNION

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 @ rubyroasters.

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. See graphic ad page 55.

Jared Linzmeier 9515 Water St Nelsonville 54458 715.254.1592 ruby@rubycoffeeroasters.com rubycoffeeroasters.com

3101 Hoover Ave Stevens Point 54481 844.769.2667 loans@simplicity.coop simplicity.coop

115. NORTH WIND RENEWABLE ENERGY, LLC Josh Stolzenberg 1626 W Pearl St, Suite C Stevens Point 54481 715.630.6451 info@northwindre.com northwindre.com

120. SLOW FOOD MARATHON COUNTY Wausau 54403 slowfoodwausau@yahoo.com SlowFoodMC.org

NWRE has been designing and installing renewable energy systems in Wisconsin since 2007. We are dedicated to providing effective, sensible renewable energy solutions to our clients. NWRE brings over 30 years of experience in a wide range of renewable activities, including all things solar, wood gasification heating and building performance improvements. See graphic ad page 37.

116. RED CLOVER MARKET Darlene Barnes 5009 Schofield Ave Weston 54476 715.359.7250 redclovermarket@live.com redclovermarket.net

Red Clover is your natural food market offering freshorganic produce, local dairy, local grass-fed beef and chicken, honey & maple syrup and bulk & gluten-free foods. Enjoy our in-house bakery, fresh bread & coffee. We also offer natural beauty & cleaning products, along with supplements & essential oils. Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 6pm, Saturday 8am 4pm, Sunday 9am - 12pm

Slow Food Marathon County supports food that is seasonal, locally-sourced and sustainable. We are changing the conversation about food by hosting educational events, movie nights, food samplings and other activities that support a food culture that is good for everyone. Find us on Facebook and join to learn more. See graphic ad page 51.

SuStainable abundance

Central Wisconsin’s resource for technical assistance and education on smart, sustainable growing and grazing.

Golden Sands

Resource Conservation & Development goldensandsrcd.org

715-343-6215

Grow responsibly

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123. UWSP STUDENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY

121. STEVENS POINT AREA CO-OP 633 2nd St Stevens Point 54481 715.341.1555 spacoop.com

The Co-op is Stevens Point’s source for organic, local, and bulk whole foods. Featuring organic and local produce for less, wellness and body care products you can’t find anywhere else, organic and vegan dairy, gluten-free options for every need, prepackaged and frozen grocery, and much more. The Co-op is located at the corner of 4th and 2nd St, just north of downtown. We are open Monday - Friday 9 - 8, Saturday - Sunday 10 - 5. Find us on Facebook and Instagram.

122. STEVENS POINT AREA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU 340 Division St N Stevens Point 54481 715.344.2556 info@stevenspointarea.com StevensPointArea.com

Holly Petrillo 1716 Franklin St Stevens Point 54481 715.346.4230 hpetrill@uwsp.edu spin.uwsp.edu/organization/SFS

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, rain garden, and promote other sustainable practices. In the fall our club also offers a cider press for rental for making delicious cider. Visitors are welcome to the garden anytime! Find us on Facebook.

126. THE NUTRITION CENTER 207 N Main St Waupaca 54981 715.258.7733

Your local whole food grocery store, health center and nutritional destination since 1974! We proudly support local farmers, CSA’s and artisan bakers. Serving local communities with our in-store buying club, we strive to offer the best products for the lowest prices. Stop in and let our knowledgeable staff show you around. Find us on Facebook!

124. THE BOTTLE STOP Matt Lazarski 35C Park Ridge Dr Stevens Point 54481 715.341.7400 thebottlestop1@gmail.com

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 StevensPointArea.com. Find us on Facebook.

The Bottle Stop specializes in local craft beer, wine, and spirits. We are always looking for the next great beverage and we enjoy searching out the hard to find. We have a knowledgeable staff that is ready to assist you and even carry your purchases out to your car. We have also been a CSA pick up location for East Slope Farm every summer since we opened. Stop down we’d love to meet you! Find us on Facebook.

125. THE MARKET ON STRONGS Sara & Larry Raikowski 1332 Strongs Ave Stevens Point 54481 715.303.8430 marketonstrongs@gmail.com themarketonstrongs.com

Patterns Classes Fleece Yarn WISCONSIN WOOL

Change

Locally crafted yarn

1009 1st Avenue Stevens Point, WI 54481 715-295-0975

The Market on Strongs works with local producers and brings in products from around the state. Over 120 Wisconsin producers are represented in our store. Local producers are often on site. We have a large variety of products. Find us on Facebook. See graphic ad page 48. Hours: Wednesday 9:30am - 6pm, Friday 11am - 6pm, Saturday 9am - 2pm, Sunday 11am - 3pm

Tuesday - Friday 10-5 Saturday 11-3

www.wisconsinwoolexchange.com

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127. WHOLISTIC HOME SOLUTIONS LLC 1008 6th Ave Stevens Point 54481 715.252.5791 vincent@wholistichomellc.com wholistichomellc.com

Wholistic Home is Central Wisconsin’s permaculturally-principled construction company. With two decades of experience, services include: straw bale and earthen building, green building and remodeling, permaculture design and installation, mindful design, sourcing of local and reclaimed materials, consultation, and clean, thorough, and friendly service. Wholistic Home is licensed and insured. Find us on Facebook.

128. WISCONSIN RIVER MEATS John Hamm N5340 Hwy HH Mauston 53948 608.847.7413 john@wisconsinrivermeats.com wisconsinrivermeats.com

We Grow Curiosity. We Grow Community. We Grow Our Children

129. WISCONSIN WOOL EXCHANGE, LLC Susan Kirsch, Pat Herman & Bonnie Beverstock 1009 1st St Stevens Point 55481 715.295.0975 info@wisconsinwoolexchange.com wisconsinwoolexchange.com

To Be Stewards of the Earth!

Wisconsin Wool Exchange is dedicated to supporting the local farming community and artists by carrying locally produced, hand-spun, hand-dyed fibers and unique gifts. We also have knitting needles, crochet hooks, accessories, spinning wheels and supplies. We are a gathering place for those wanting to be inspired, learn timeless arts and handiwork including knitting, crochet, spinning and weaving. Class schedule and more info on our website and be sure to like us on Facebook. See graphic ad page 44. Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10am - 5pm, Saturday 11am - 3pm; Every Tuesday night is Open Crafting 7pm - 8:30pm

info@trccs.org

715.346.2730

Central Wisconsin Environmental Station 10186 Cty. Rd. MM - Amherst Junction, WI 54407

Wisconsin River Meats features locally raised beef, pork, lamb, and our own homemade sausages and smoked meats. We have a large selection that also features bison, elk, and venison. 2 miles north of Hwy 82 on Hwy HH, 3 miles south of Castle Rock Lake.

UW-Stevens Point www.uwsp.edu/farmfreshatlas

Sustainable Food and Nutrition Bachelor of Science

Community and Organizational Leadership Master of Science Online!

Sustainable and Resilient Food Systems

Master of Science Online!

Local charity. Global impact. Worldbuilders unites bookish geeks, gamers, and everyone with a passion for helping others. If you’d like to volunteer in a fun, geeky environment right here in Stevens Point, we’d love for you to join us! For more information, visit worldbuilders.org or email volunteers@worldbuilders.org!

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1332 Strongs Avenue 715-303-8430 marketonstrongs@gmail.com www.themarketonstrongs.com Hours: Wednesday 9:30—6 Friday 11—6 Saturday 9—2 Sunday 11-3 Over 100 Wisconsin Producers are represented at The Market on Strongs! Products you will find include: • Meats • Sauces and Salsas • Coffees • Maple Syrup • Honey • Seasonal produce—fruits and vegetables 

Dairy—milk and cheese

• Jewelry

• Soaps and Lotions

• Loom Rugs • Local brews!

We also carry a general selection of flour, sugar, pasta, rice and beans. We can work with you for bulk ordering and wholesale savings

Raikowski Farm Larry and Sara Raikowski

We grow a little every day! Naturally raised meats—beef, pork, chicken and turkey plus seasonal produce and canned goods. Located in Junction City, WI Phone: 715-457-3491 raikowskifarm@gmail.com

Farm Time Out Aquaponics At Farm Time Out it’s June 21st 365 days of the year! Fresh Greens! No Herbicides, No Pesticides, No Chemicals and No Dirt or Grit! Located in Jct. City, WI E-mail: farmtimeout@gmail.com

Sheepy Hollow Farm Naturally raised grass fed lamb. Plus wool products and stock dog training. Located in Auburndale, WI Phone: 715-305-1881 E-mail: bcnewe@tds.net Web: http://sheepyhollowfarm.weebly.com

Prairie Pastured Beef

Located in Jct. City, WI E-mail: carl.cow.grazer@gmail.com

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Proud to sell products from:

Farmshed wants all people to know their farmers and support them by purchasing local foods. EBT machines are offered at several local farmers’ markets to allow Food Share (WI food stamp program) participants to use their benefits on locally produced foods. This program puts healthy food on their tables, dollars in our farmers’ pockets, and federal money flowing through the local economy. Many vendors at area markets also accept WIC/Senior Farmers Market Vouchers, so watch for signs or contact your market’s manager with questions.

Fancy Alpine Products LLC Farm Time Out Aquaponics IRENE! Lowland Bison Ranch

*EBT is accepted at farmers’ markets where indicated.

Prairie Pastured Beef Raikowski Farm Sheepy Hollow Farm Zorlan Acres Please look for their individual ads in this Atlas!

ABBOTSFORD

ANTIGO

130. ABBOTSFORD FARMERS’ MARKET

133. ANTIGO FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Produce and other local products * Some vendors accept WIC Vouchers *

Location: Across the street from Abby State Bank Hwy 13 & 29

IRENE! IRENE! uses quality ingredients to make the best handmade soaps, lotions, lip balm and more! Large selection of scents— & special products such as shaving soap, shampoo bars and ointment. Contact IRENE! through The Market on Strongs

Open: June - September, Tuesdays 11am - 3pm Contact: Shelly P: 715.615.1333 E: hiddenviewacres@gmail.com

Zorlan Acres

ADAMS 131. HAZEL STREET MARKET

Offering: Produce, other local products. Watch for a new winter market! Location: Next to Adams City Park E Hazel St Open: May - October 6, Wednesdays 11am - 3pm

P: 608.547.0771 E: njkronstedt@hotmail.com

AMHERST 132. AMHERST FARMERS’ MARKET

Free ranging, medication free, natural practices— our birds are treated like family! Located in Custer, WI (715) 340-1299 zorlanacres@hampubs.com

Offering: Fresh produce, bedding plants, potted plants, cut flowers, maple syrup, honey, salsa, pickles, smoked fish, quilts, felted crafts * Some vendors accept WIC Vouchers * Location: Peaceful Valley Park Pavillion Located between 6th and 7th Ave Open: June 7 - First Saturday in October, Saturdays 8am - 12pm Contact: Renate Bromberg P: 715.623.5372 E: info@antigomarket.com

Contact: Hazel Street Market

Organically Grown Pastured Raised Beef Beef that graze beautiful pastures on the Flaig Family Farm in Junction City. Large variety of cuts for everyday meals or for your fancier culinary experiences!

FARMERS’ MARKETS

Stevens Point’s Year Round Farm Market

Offering: Produce, other local products Location: One Stop Falcon Parking Lot 168 N Main St

Open: June - October, Friday afternoons Contact: Kris P: 715.824.5546 E: falcononestop@hotmail.com

W: antigomarket.com

ATHENS 134. ATHENS FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Locally sourced, sustainably grown, vendor grown produce and other local products. Location:Creature Comforts (Wednesdays), Bishop Park (Saturdays) Open: April 1 - December 16, Wednesdays at Creature Comforts 4pm -7pm; Saturdays at Bishop Park, 8am - 12pm

ELROY 135. ELROY FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Produce, flowers, honey, crafts, jewelry Location: Parking Lot Triangle by Elroy Auto 263 Main St Open: April - October, Wednesdays 3pm - 7pm Contact: Amy Schroeder P: 608.462.2400 E: aschroeder@elroywi.com

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GREENWOOD

KRONENWETTER

MAUSTON

MOSINEE

136. GREENWOOD FARMERS’ MARKET

138. KRONENWETTER FARMERS’ MARKET

142. MAUSTON FARMERS’ MARKET

145. MOSINEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Offering: Produce, flowers, herbs, ornamentals, fresh baked goods, maple syrup, honey, jams, cheese, meats, crafts Location: Missionary Baptist Church 302 N Main St Open: June - October, Wednesdays 2pm - 6pm

Offering: Locally grown produce and homemade goods Location: 2390 Terrebonne Dr Open: June 11 - October 15, Sundays 9am - 2pmt Contact: Emily Grabenstein P: 715.693.4200

Contact: Geoss Smith

E: egrabenstein@kronenwetter.org

P: 715.267.6114

IOLA 137. IOLA FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Join us on Thursdays in July and August for live music. Location: Chet Krause Dr Open: May - October, Thursdays Contact: Tammy Jo Berg P: 715.340.2136 E: information@iolaoldcarshow.com

W: kronenwetter.org

MARSHFIELD 139. FESTIVAL FOODS FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Fresh produce, processed local foods (jellies, etc), baked goods, Amish crafts, flowers Location: Festival Foods Parking Lot 1613 N Central Ave Open: May 27 - October 29, Saturdays & Sundays 8am - 1pm Contact: Joe Neville P: 715.384.8866 E: jneville@festfoods.com

140. MAIN STREET MARSHFIELD FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Wisconsin made and grown plants, flowers, produce, baked goods, and foods Location: Pick n’ Save Parking Lot 641 S Central Ave Open: June 7th - September 27th, Tuesdays 8am - 1pm Contact: Angie Eloranta

P: 715.387.3299

E: info@mainstreetmarshfield.com

OFFBEATPRESS@GMAIL.COM / 920-230-6827

WWW.THEOFFBEATPRESS.COM

* Some vendors accept WIC Vouchers * Location: Juneau Court House Lawn State St Open: First Saturday in May - Last Saturday in October, Tuesdays 2pm – 6pm; Saturdays 7am - Sell Out Contact: Mary Hudack, Chamber of Commerce P: 608.847.4142

W: ischamber.org

CREATIVE DESIGN + PROFESSIONAL PRINTING

Offering: Bakery, crafts, fresh produce, plants, flowers, and other homemade items

W:mainstreetmarshfield.com

141. THE HOMESTEADER’S PANTRY

E: chamber@mauston.com W: mauston.com

MEDFORD 143. MEDFORD DOWNTOWN FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Crafts, meat, bakery, produce, plants, jellies, fruits, vegetables Location: City Park S Whelen St Open: May - October, Tuesdays 1pm - 5:30pm Contact: Harold Orth P: 715.654.6278 E: horth@tds.net

144. MEDFORD FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Crafts, meat, bakery, produce, plants, jellies, fruits, vegetables Location: Taylor County Fairgrounds Hwy 13 & WI-64 Open: May - October, Saturdays 8am - 1pm Contact: Harold Orth P: 715.654.6278 E: horth@tds.net

FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Produce, flowers, baked goods, locally made items and more Location: River Park Located along Main Street/Hwy B in Mosinee between 7th and 11th St Open: June 6 - October 24, Tuesdays 12pm - Sell out Contact: P: 715.693.4330

E: Events@MosineeChamber.org

W: mosineechamber .org

NEILLSVILLE 146. NEILLSVILLE FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Produce, baked goods, crafts, fresh cut flowers, jellies, jams, plants and herbs * Some vendors accept WIC Vouchers * Location: Sniteman Town Square Corner of Hewett St & 5th St Open: June - October, Saturdays 8am - noon Contact: Neillsville Chamber

P: 715.743.644

E: neillsvillechamber@gmail.com

NEW LONDON 147. WOLF RIVER MARKETPLACE

Offering: Produce, meat, flowers, preserved goods, other local products Location: 815 N Shawano St Open: June - September, Saturdays 8am - 1pm Contact: W: facebook.com @Wolf River Market Place

Offering: Grassfed meats (pork, beef, chicken and rabbit), organic winter storage vegetables, fruits, pickles, preserves, fresh bakery, maple syrup, honey, herbals, crafts and so much more! Check our FB page for updates. Location: 401 S Central Open: October - End of April, Wednesdays 12pm - 6pm; Saturdays 8am - 1pm Contact: Gary Burich

P: 715.238.7812

E: garyburich@yahoo.com

W: facebook.com @The Homesteaders Pantry

4081 8th Street S. | Wis. Rapids | 715.712.0324 | www.rubireds.com “Cranberry and Specialty Food Market” Proud to highlight Wisconsin’s state Fruit - The Cranberry in the Heart of Cranberry Country Locally grown, produced and packaged and available year ‘round Everyday and gourmet Wisconsin made products and gifts rubiredcranberries 51


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OWEN

STEVENS POINT

TOMAH

148. OWEN FARMERS’ MARKET

152. STEVENS POINT AREA WINTER MARKET

156. TOMAH FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Produce, flowers, herbs, ornamentals, fresh baked goods, maple syrup, honey jams, cheese, meat and crafts * Some vendors accept WIC Vouchers and EBT Benefits * Location: Mill Pond Park Open: June - October, Saturdays 8am - 12pm Contact: Tim Swiggum

P: 715.229.2404

Offering: Locally-produced items such as vegetables, meats, eggs, cider, maple syrup, honey, pickles and other frozen and canned foods. Chef demos 1st Saturday of month, also offering brunch and free kid’s activities - visit website for schedule. Location: Redeemer Lutheran Church 900 Brilowski Rd

149. PITTSVILLE FARMERS’ MARKET Offering: Produce

Location: Baum’s Mercantile Parking Lot 5307 2nd Ave Open: June - October, Fridays 8am - 1pm Contact: John Baum

P: 715.884.2114

ROME 150. ROME FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Produce, flowers, maple syrup, honey, canned goods, eggs, meats, seafood, bakery, crafts. Special events in gazebo 9:30am on select dates. Crafters and small businesses every Friday. Location: Alpine Business Park Off of Hwy 13 & Alpine Dr Open: May 26 - September 29, Fridays 8am - 1pm Contact: Judy McCormick

E: romefarmersmarket@gmail.com

W: romefarmersmarket.com

SPARTA 151. SPARTA WISCONSIN FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Locally grown produce, flowers, locally processed food items, homemade crafts, eggs, meat * Some vendors accept WIC Vouchers * Location: Beaver Creek Market Square 120 N Water St Open: May 20 - October 21, Saturdays 8am – 12pm; Wednesdays 2pm - 5pm

Location: Gillette Park Open: May - October, Wednesday 7am - 1pm Contact: Joe Protz

Contact: Central Rivers Farmshed E: wintermarket@farmshed.org W: farmshed.org

153. STEVENS POINT FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Fresh produce, flowers, baked goods, meat, eggs, maple syrup, honey, and more. We are a TRUE growers market! We ONLY sell what we grow or produce. * Accepts WIC * Location: The Downtown Square

P: 608.374.7445 W: jprotz@ci.tomah.wi.us

Open: November - Last Saturday in March, Saturday 8am - 12pm P: 715.544.6154

PITTSVILLE

Offering: Produce

WAUPACA 157. WAUPACA FARM MARKET

Offering: Vegetables, Fruit, Meat, Eggs, Maple Syrup, Honey, Soap, Fiber * Accepts WIC * Location: Intersection of Fulton and Main Streets Open: May 1 - October 31, Saturday 9am - 2pm Contact: P: 715.281.0812

E: waupacafarmmarket@gmail.com

Corner of Main & Second Street Open: Weather permitting, May - October is when vendors and produce are abundant. We are open daily, 6:30am - sell out or 5pm; Mondays 6:30am - sell out or 7pm. Busiest days are Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. Saturday offers the most vendors and largest selection. Contact: Stevens Point Farmers’ Market Association

P: 715.572.0801

E: daniel@danielmielke.com

W: stevenspointfarmersmarket.org

154. THE MARKET ON STRONGS

See The Market on Strongs, page 45, graphic ad page 48, map #125

STRATFORD 155. STRATFORD FARMERS’ MARKET

WAUSAU 158. ASPIRUS FARMERS’ MARKET Offering: Farm fresh produce, flowers

Location: Aspirus Wausau Hospital Parking Lot 333 Pine Ridge Blvd Open: June 15 - September 28, Thursday 10am - 4pm Contact: Tara Draeger

P: 715.847.2000 ext 54927

E: tara.draeger@aspirus.org

159. BIG BULL FALLS FARM MARKET

Offering: Produce, preserved goods, meat, coffee and more! Location: VFW Parking Lot 388 River Dr Open: May 6 - October 28, Saturday 7:30am - 12pm Contact: Paul

P: 715.551.2900 W: facebook.com @Big Bull Falls Farm Market

160. FARMERS’ MARKET OF WAUSAU

Offering: Produce, preserved goods, meat, coffee, orchard goods, dairy, and more! Also accepting debit cards. Location: 388 River Dr Open: May - November Contact: P: 715.443.6647 W: farmersmarketofwausau.com

facebook.com @Farmer’s Market of Wausau

161. MARKET PLACE THURSDAYS

Offering: Produce, handmade items, baked goods, food trucks Location: Downtown Wausau 400 Block Open: June 22 - September 21, Thursday 9am - 2pm Contact: P: 715.297.9531 E: execdir@wausauevents.org W: wausauevents.org

162. WAUSAU WINTER MARKET

Offering: Dairy, produce, preserved goods, meat, coffee, and more! Featuring a Farm to Table brunch from Urban Street Bistro. Location: 212 River Dr Open: First Saturday in November - Last Saturday in April, Saturday 8am - 12pm Contact: P: 715.432.4683 W: facebook.com @Wausau Winter Market

Offering: Fresh produce, honey, syrup, poultry, flowers Location: Stratford Homes Parking Lot 402 South Weber Ave Open: June - September, Wednesdays 4pm - 7pm Contact: Bryan and Stacey Weichelt

W: StratfordFarmersMarket.com facebook.com/StratfordFarmersMarket

Contact: Lisa Gaunky

P: 608.269.4750

E: lgaunky@gmail.com

W: Find us on Facebook!

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WESTON

166. WOOD COUNTY FARMERS’ MARKET

163. VILLAGE OF WESTON FARMERS’ MARKET

Location: Rapids Mall Parking Lot

Offering: Produce, bakery goods, other local produce, and food vendors. Also accepting debit cards. Location: Weston Market Place 3910 Schofield Ave Open: May 6 - October 28, Tuesday, Saturday 8am - Sell out Contact: P: 715.359.6114 W: facebook.com @Weston WI - Farmers Market

WISCONSIN RAPIDS 164. PEACH STREET FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: A market featuring only local produce and agricultural products which aims to increase access to fresh and affordable food items to residents of the community. * Accepts WIC * Location: Aspirus Doctors Clinic parking lot Open: Mid - June - End of August, Tuesday 8am - 1pm or Sell out Contact: Carrie Engelbright E: carrie.engelbright@mstc.edu W: peachstreetfarmersmarket.com

165. SOUTH WOOD COUNTY YMCA MARKET

Offering: Produce, meat, eggs, flowers, preserved goods and more 555 W Grand Ave Open: May 13 - October 26, Thursday, 9am - 3pm, Saturday, 8am - noon Contact: P: (715)-421-3500

W: rapidsmall.com

167. WOOD COUNTY WINTER FARMERS’ MARKET

Offering: Produce, meat, eggs, preserved goods, and other local products Location: Inside of Rapids Mall 555 W Grand Ave Open: November - January, Thursdays 10am - 3pm, Saturdays 10am - 3pm Contact: P: 715.421.3500 W: rapidsmall.com

ONLINE MARKET 168. AUBURNDALE FOOD COOPERATIVE

Offering: Naturally and organically grown vegetables, herbs, pasture raised meats, eggs, and canned goods. Pickup sites in Marshfield, Stevens Point, and Wisconsin Rapids. Updated weekly. For details see Auburndale Food Cooperative Pg 14.

Offering: seasonal vegetables, fresh cut flowers, and apples in the fall Location: Just one block from Lincoln High School, across from the student parking lot 1421 Pepper St Open: Late June - October, Monday 7am - 1pm Contact: Erin Hess

P: 715.818.6015 E: hess@swcymca.org W: swcymca.org

Sustainability events include

FIRST in the state of Wisconsin to be

• Campus Sustainability Month (October) • Winter Sustainable Film Series (February) • Earthweek Events and Speakers (April) Please note, community members are welcome at all events!

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The tastes that make Central Wisconsin great At PJ’s – SentryWorld, you’ll experience lunch and dinner options that showcase the best in Wisconsin-inspired dishes. From our seasonal specials, to the handmade wood-fired pizzas, it’s all carefully crafted with locally sourced ingredients and served to you in a family-friendly atmosphere. Come taste what we have to offer, you won’t be disappointed.

Open daily at 11 a.m.

Located inside SentryWorld 601 N. Michigan Avenue, Stevens Point, WI 54481 sentryworld.com • 715-345-1600

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