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Dane County Farmers Market
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America's largest producers-only farmers' market. It is held from April to November on Saturday mornings on the Capitol Square in Madison.
A Madison Tradition: The Season's Best The Dane County Farmers' Market on the Square is a Saturday and Wednesday tradition in Madison, Wisconsin. You'll find the season's best bounty of vegetables, flowers, meats, cheeses, and specialty products from approximately 300 vendors throughout the year. Over 160 members attend every Saturday. All of the agriculturally related items are produced in Wisconsin. The Largest Producer-Only Farmers Market in the Country The DCFM is reported to be the largest producer-only farmers' market in the country. All items are produced by the members behind the tables. No re-sale allowed! Quality Products from Caring Producers Whether it be meats, flowers, cheese, bakery, or plants, the Dane County Farmers' Market offers the highest quality our region offers. DCFM producers regularly receive national and international recognition for the quality of their products. Where quality-conscious chefs shop for their staple products, some say the soul of the local foods movement was born at this market. The average wait time before producers are invited to sell at the market ranges around five years. Not only is the DCFM where the best chefs want to buy, it's where the best producers want to sell. Location The Saturday Dane County Farmers' Market is conveniently located on the tree-lined grounds surrounding the State Capitol building—otherwise known as "the Square"—in downtown Madison, Wisconsin. The Wednesday Market is one block south of the square, in the 200 block of Martin Luther King Blvd. It's easy to get to either market. Biking Many dedicated paths and bike-friendly routes into downtown Madison make it easy to get to the Farmers' Market. Bring your backpack, saddle bags, or bike trailer to carry the many fresh and wonderful products available at the Dane County Farmers' Market on the Square. Ample bike parking is available around the Capitol Square–and it's free. Driving When you are a block or two from the Square you'll be close by a number of municipal parking ramps. In addition there are private ramps in the vicinity as well. Ample street parking, most of which is metered, make it easy to park just a short distance from the market. Driving Directions From the North Exit Interstate 90/94 on to Highway 151, which becomes East Washington Ave. in Madison. From the South Coming from the South, exit Hwy 12/18 on to Park St. going north to W. Washington Ave. which leads to downtown. From the East Follow Highway 151, which becomes East Washington Ave. to the square. From the West Follow University Ave. headed east. It will turn into Campus Drive and then West Johnson Street. Stay on West Johnson Street until you cross State Street. Take the first right, which is Carroll Street and park in the State Street Capitol Garage.
A Madison Tradition: The Season's Best The Dane County Farmers' Market on the Square is a Saturday and Wednesday tradition in Madison, Wisconsin. You'll find the season's best bounty of vegetables, flowers, meats, cheeses, and specialty products from approximately 300 vendors throughout the year. O…
This is called the country’s best Farmers Market. It goes all the way around the Capitol Square and you are sure to find plenty of fresh, organic, locally grown or made food here.