The Farmers Market at the Capitol in Madison Wisconsin, also known as Dane County Farmers Market, is located around the Capitol Square. From 6 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Saturdays starting from late Spring until early Fall, you will find an fantastic variety of brilliant flowers, organic vegetables, bee-keepers honey and a bounty of handmade local products with flair! Full sidewalks with families are exploring these vendor creations, sampling the local goods and often waiting in line to purchase these natural delights. If you can’t cruise the sunny wide sidewalks at the Capitol, surf the Dane County Farmers Market Directory here for local sources. As you explore at the goods on the square, it is a pleasure to take a break on a hot sunny summer day and walk inside the cool and truly impressive Madison Capitol building. The Capitol reflects stately architecture with history and where both chambers of the Wisconsin legislature reside along with the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the Office of the Governor.
Levi Alsum & Ashley Erdman of Alsum’s Sweet Corn in Randolph, Wisconsin. This family business started in 1912 and serves up loving handmade recipe blends with their sweet corn which are available at local grocers. www.alsumsweetcorn.com/
Owners Larry Haas and terri schmit have combined their passion for gourds and art and have become the largest supplier of clean, hardshell gourds in Wisconsin – The Gourd Guy. This Gourd won Best in Show! www.wisconsingourds.com/
He really is the Gourd Guy! www.wisconsingourds.com/
Farmer Johns’ Cheese! No website…but great cheese! Call Farmer John and Order at 608-935-5849
Farmer John and his cheese!
So many green onions around the Madison Farmers Market….just had to share a little love for our green onions! Check out the benefits of these magical scallions! healthyeating.sfgate
Artesian Trout Farm is family owned and operated. Artesian Trout are fed an all-natural diet and are never exposed to any chemicals or antibiotics. In 1981, Charles Anderson purchased his first 7.32 acres of land that would later contribute to the total 22 acres Artesian Trout Farm operates on today. http://artesiantroutfarm.com/ourfarm/
Bushel & Peck’s certified organic farm raises fruits, vegetables, herbs, eggs and chicken to serve preservation kitchen, restaurant and select wholesale customers. On occasion, Bushel & Peck’s sells produce at farmers markets. Products are grown on five acres, produce hay on sixty acres and raise animals on twenty acres of pasture. http://www.bushelandpecks.com/
Spicy, Fresh and Tasty at Bushel and Pecks…. http://bushelandpecks.com/blog3/our-farm/
The spicy gourmet – Joan, and the chili gardener – Ted, is the meld of harmonious talents and the result is Savory Accents. http://www.savoryaccents.com/welcome/
Brilliant colors accent the Madison Capital Farmers Market….and not just flowers!
All we can say is….”these strawberries melt in your mouth with sweetness”. Visit http://www.carandalefarm.com/ and taste heavenly fruit!
Amazing strawberries that are fresh, natural and ever so sweet! http://www.carandalefarm.com/
Gourmet popcorn with a never ending options of flavors or pop your own! Where do you begin? http://www.steinkepopcorn.com/
Roots Down Community Farm is not afraid to get their hands dirty! Fresh organic greens grown with Love! http://www.rootsdowncommunityfarm.com/
Meet Brian McCluskey and Pete McKuluskey. They have developed a diverse organic farm with a special feature on Maple syrup for those with a sweet tooth! http://www.mccluskeybros.com/store/
Marsden has been beekeeping bees in southern Wisconsin for over 50 years and selling honey at the Dane County Farmers’ market since 1978. You can call or email Dale for special orders and shipping. http://www.marsdensbluebeehoney.com/
A special Thank You to Sarah Elliot and the Madison Capitol for permitting us to share our love at the Dane County Farmers Market! www.dcfm.org