Farmers’ Market, at the Wisconsin State Capitol, Madison, Wisconsin, September 13, 2008
On Saturdays, rain or shine, from the middle of April through the beginning of November, the market is held around the state Capitol Square and on Wednesdays during the same period it is held in the 200 block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., rain or shine.
During the winter, it can be found at other locations — indoors, of course.
The market is a producer-only farmers’ market. All products in the market are produced by the vendor doing the selling. No resale is allowed.
The Dane County Farmers’ Market (DCFM), operating continuously since 1972, is an outlet for Wisconsin-produced homegrown fruits, vegetables, meats, cheese, eggs, bakery products, cider, maple syrup, honey, sorghum, fresh and dried flowers, herbs, houseplants, jams and jellies, pickles and other prepared food products.
… intended to give growers and producers of goods and consumers an opportunity to deal directly with each other, rather than through third parties.
… intended to enhance the Capitol-Concourse area of the City of Madison.
More information on the farmers’ market can be found on the Dane County Farmers’ Market on the Square website.
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