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Looking for a Farmers' Market in the Madison WI area?

We have the best Farmers' Markets around. There is NO question about it. Madison WI Farmers' Markets are incredibly well attended and the number of neighbors that visit and purchase food, flowers, plants and more are growing each year. If you are like many of us and committed to providing healthy, local and organic food for your family than you need to know all of the places you can visit during the week to ensure your home is full of the right foods.

In an effort to support our local Farmers' Markets and encourage all to shop there more frequently, here is an easy schedule for Madison neighborhoods.

Sunday

Northside:      2817 N. Sherman Ave., 8:30am-12:30pm

Monona:          Ahuska Park, E. Broadway, 9am-1pm

Westside:       Edgewood High School, 2219 Monroe St., 9am-1pm

Southside:      Labor Temple, 1602 S. Park St., 11am-3pm

Monday

Southside:      2524 Rimrock Rd., 2pm-6pm

Tuesday

Southside:      Labor Temple, 1602 S. Park St., 2pm-6pm

Middleton:     Greenway Station, 3pm-6pm

Eastside:         Wil-Mar Center, 953 Jenifer St., 4pm-7pm

Wednesday

Westside:       Hilldale Mall, Segoe Rd., 7am-2pm

Downtown:   City-County Building, 215 MLK Jr. Blvd., 8:30am-2pm

Thursday

Middleton:      Greenway Station, 8am-1pm

Southside:      The Villager Mall, 2300 S. Park St., 2pm-6pm

Fitchburg:       Agora Pavilion, 5511 E. Cheryl Pkwy., 3pm-6pm

Friday

Southside:      The Villager Mall, 2300 S. Park St., 2pm-6pm

Saturday

Downtown:    Capitol Square, 6am-2pm

Westside:        Hill Farms DOT, 4802 Sheboygan Ave., 7am-1pm

Westside:        Hilldale Mall, Segoe Rd., 7am-2pm

 

TOP THREE reasons to buy local at the Farmers' Market:

  1. Buying Fresh, Eating Healthy. When you buy fresh produce based on the season you have the opportunity to eat foods that are harvested at their peak and the fresher the produce, the better it is for you!
  2. From the Farm to your Table. Buying directly from a Farmer is a good way to learn about what you are buying, how it was grown and it is the best way to support our local Farmers.
  3. Help the Environment. When you buy in a store that gets their produce from another state please remember that the cost to the environment includes the transportation, packaging and energy costs to keep the food fresh. When you buy from the Farmers you are helping save in many ways.