We are thrilled to return to an in person open air market in the heart of our downtown community. While things will continue to look different this season, we are proud to provide the Stoughton Area with locally produced goods. In order to continue to serve you, we have instituted the following guidelines to help ensure the safest possible experience.
Follow us on Facebook for regular updates regarding the 2021 season. We will continue to follow public health guidelines and will adapt as necessary.
The Stoughton Community Farmers Market was founded in 2015. We are a producer only market taking place rain or shine in the heart of downtown. Find us Saturdays, 8:30-12:00 on Forrest St.
You can expect to find at the farmers market ; quality produce, raw honey, farm raised fish, soaps, salves, sheep pelts, grass fed beef, eggs, local artists, non-profit and community groups, and more!
The Stoughton Community Farmers Market is run by a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors and two volunteer interim market managers. We are actively recruiting volunteers to assist with grant writing, fundraising, market operations, and more. Inquire below!
Making a positive impact in your community and on your own well being can be as simple (and enjoyable!) as shopping at your local farmer’s market.
In the United States, it is estimated that food travels about 1,500 miles from farm to table. This has an enormous impact on the environment when considering the amount of resources required to travel such a distance. On top of the environmental impact, in order to travel such distances, food is often picked before it is ripe and consequently, often requires treatment with preservatives in order for food to stay "fresh" before it reaches your plate.
When you buy food from your local market, you can put food in your body knowing that it’s fresh and traveled from just a couple miles down the road. This means better flavor and higher nutritional content of the food you consume in addition to being kinder to the environment. Don’t forget, shopping at your local market also means supporting your community. Buying local means your dollars stay local. Not only that, but making a point to spend some time at your local market and meet your local farmers means building a greater sense of community. Positive changes to the community you live in and your well being can start with The Stoughton Community Farmers’ Market!
Visit us in the heart of Stoughton's beautiful historic downtown! You can make a day of it and paddle down the Yahara River, bike our lush trails, or play some disc golf!
Those looking for a slower pace can visit the Norwegian Heritage Museum, grab a treat from the iconic Fosdal's Bakery, or enjoy refreshments on Nauti Norski's dreamy riverfront patio.
To learn more, Visit:
207 South Forest Street, Stoughton, Wisconsin 53589, United States
Saturday: 8:30am - 12:00pm