Sprouting Acres is an organic Community-Supported Agriculture Farm (CSA), restaurant and grocery supplier. The farm is located in Cambridge, Wisconsin. Farmer Andy and work share Jessica are from Stoughton.
Selling quality local raw ungraded honey and honey products with a limited amount of half comb. Janis and Scott also bring lip balms, hand and body lotions, candles, soaps, crafters wax, campfire starters, and beeswax food covers.
Scott brings farm raised perch and tilapia. He'll be with the market while supplies last, so be sure to stock up!
The Hosfeld's join again this season with their delicious USDA Certified Organic red raspberries and Organic Red Raspberry Jam! You can expect to find berries late June! Be sure to stock up! Raspberries freeze very well.
The Parisi's have been farming in Stoughton since 2005 and has been a full time vendor since the market began! Their certified organic farm has a CSA, serves area restaurants, and has a food stand.
Focusing on flowers for the 2019 season, Abbi and Marks long term goal is to become a diversified perennial fruit and flower farm. Southpaw Fruit Farm is a small, fruit and flower farm in northeast Dane County.
Mary brings farm fresh eggs and late season produce.
Chef. K returns part time with her truly delicious and locally made artisan pickles and preserves made in small batches
Monthly Vendors, Eric and Liz join with their pasture raised, heritage breed pork and poultry.
Local redidents, Tiffany and Jay offer 8 delicious flavors of ice cream. 100% of the dairy used is locally sourced from two farms in Dane County.
Kris joins the market early July with her stunning flower arrangements grown in Oregon Wisconsin.
Anu Sky Farm is a small family farm located on 40 acres in Stoughton Wisconsin. They are committed stewards of our land, using only holistic, ecological, and sustainable practices to grow high-quality farm-fresh fruits, vegetables, and flowers. Any Sky joins the market part time.
Cecilia brings delicious home baked goods.
Be sure to stop in and welcome Forrest Street's newest shop. They are a specialty café. The name is meant to elicit the sense of adventure and awe for the wild beauty in our natural https://www.wildwood-cafe.com
Allison joins the market part time with eco-friendly products to help reduce everyday plastic waste. Her main focus is our reusable beeswax food wraps.
Brenda and Todd join weekly with delicious peanut and tree nut free fudge, caramel, and candy. Can't get enough? You can order online or get someone special a gift card!
Heritage Grass Fed Beef, humanely raised, free of antibiotics and hormones.