Farmers' markets are a long-standing tradition in central Wisconsin. They’re great for so many reasons! Purchasing locally-grown and seasonal foods benefits the local economy, environment, and your personal health in many ways, so enjoy the tastes, the relationships you develop with producers, and the knowledge that you are doing something good for yourself, the community and the earth!
Four flourishing farmers markets exist in Wood County: the Festival Foods Farmers' Market and Main Street Marshfield Farmers' Market—both in Marshfield—the Pittsville Farmers' Market and Wood County Farmers' Market. Find more information about locations, dates and times for these markets and more in the Farm Fresh Atlas.
The Main Street Marshfield market, Pittsville and Wood County market in WI Rapids accept FoodShare benefit cards.
For questions about Wood County farmers' markets, contact Krista at Farmshed at Krista@farmshed.org.
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