Polk County Farmers' Markets
A farmer’s market is a place for farmers to sell food directly to consumers.Why Shop at a Farmers' Market?
Access to fresh, locally grown foods, for starters. That may be one of the best reasons, but there are many more. Farmers markets have fruits and vegetables at the peak of the growing season. This means produce is at its freshest and tastes the best. The food is typically grown near where you live, not thousands of miles away or another country. Shopping at farmers markets also supports your local farmers and keeps the money you spend on food closer to your neighborhood.
Farmers' Market Locations
11 Keller Ave N
Website: Farmer's Market | Amery, WI - Official Website (amerywisconsin.org)
507 W Main Street
Website: Balsam Lake Farmers' Market - Balsam Lake, WI (bestfarmersmarkets.org)
Facebook: Balsam Lake Farmers Market | Facebook
303 Wisconsin Avenue N
Facebook: Frederic Farmers Market | Facebook
202 1st Avenue
United Methodist Church Parking Lot
306 River Street
Facebook: Osceola Farmer's Market | Osceola WI | Facebook
230 S Washington Street
Website: St. Croix Falls Farmers' Market – Saturdays, May-October, 10AM-1PM | SCF Public Library Plaza | St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin (stcroixfallsfarmersmarket.org)
Facebook: St. Croix Falls Farmers Market | Saint Croix Falls WI | Facebook
Payment Options, Quick Links, & Community Partners
There are many forms of payment accepted, but this can depend on the market location and/or market vendor. Payment methods accepted may include:
- Utilizing SNAP benefits while shopping at farmers' markets: https://healthyliving.extension.wisc.edu/articles/how-to-shop-with-snap-benefits-at-wisconsins-farmers-markets/
- Statewide information about farmers' markets, including seasonal availability of certain crops and other food facts:
- Fact sheets, including how to clean, store, and cook different produce: https://stcroix.extension.wisc.edu/faqs/
- SNAP provides nutrition assistance to people with low income. It can help you buy nutritious foods for a better diet. Find out more about SNAP (FoodShare Wisconsin):
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