"After over a year of hosting modified operations at the Alliant Energy Center, we are excited to return downtown,” said Jamie Bugel, market co-manager.
If all goes smoothly, the Dane County Farmers' Market will be back on Capitol Square next month.
The new managers are Jamie Bugel, formerly at the Madison Eastside Farmers Market, and Jill Carlson Groendyk, assistant manager of the DCFM since 2016.
Fifteen to 20 vendors are signed up for each week, or fewer than the 25 the December markets had.
Two years after starting as a farmers’ market stand, the cookie company has a brick-and-mortar shop and ships indulgent delights across the country.
This week, join the Warner Park Duck Pond Drive-In as they go all-in for Halloween with a double feature and triple feature of creepy movies, wind your way through the stalks at Treinen Farm's corn maze, check out the outdoor events and food pick-ups during the Dane County Farmers' Market and more.
Food pickups are Wednesdays and Saturdays on Willow Island at the Alliant Energy Center. On Saturdays, customers can also walk up and buy food without ordering in advance.
Using Facebook to promote his Yummee cookies, Yeng Yang's been selling them across the country.
Since late April, customers have spent more than $845,000 with vendors.
That's in addition to being able to order in advance and drive-thru as has been the model at the center since April.
Ethel Ann’s Savories & Sweets has roots in Georgia, was cultivated in Chicago, and came to fruition in Madison. John Kibler and his husband, Paul Cochran, own the online bakery that is a tribute to Kibler’s mother, Ethel Ann.
Capitol Police revoked the market’s permit on the Square last week due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Dane County Farmers’ Market isn’t coming back to the Capitol Square anytime soon, but most smaller area farmers’ markets are open with som…
The Dane County Farmers' Market has switched to pick-up only. Smaller farmers’ markets with fewer vendors and more space have found ways to adapt.
The Dane County Farmers' Market will continue in drive-thru fashion during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Dane County Farmers' Market has been adapted for life during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Small farmers and market managers shift to community supported agriculture (CSA), prepping local food boxes for delivery and upping orders to grocery stores.
Beginning next year, it will start Saturday, Jan. 4, and run each Saturday through April 4.
The Dane County Farmers' Market is moving about a mile east on Saturday, so Capitol Square can be transformed into a huge outdoor art bazaar.
For one week only, the Dane County Farmers' Market mid-week edition will be moving to Tuesday instead of Wednesday.
The new campaign from Healthy Food For All of Dane County with two goals: provide low-income populations with fresh produce and support local farmers.
Supporters say the Madison Public Market will be a crossroads of cultural diversity and entrepreneurship, providing a and benefit both budding and established businesses and be a destination for the community and visitors.
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