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6th Annual Southeast Wisconsin Rural Landowner Conference
Kenosha County UW-Extension
P O Box 550
Bristol, WI 53104
The Southeast Wisconsin Rural Landowner Conference is designed for farmers, rural landowners, entrepreneurs and individuals interested in natural resources and the environment. Included in the 2012 program will be a small farm tract, which will focus on fruit production, including strawberries, raspberries, growing apples and pears and beekeeping. The conservation tract will include workshops on prairie plant communities, invasive species control and rain gardens. The entrepreneurial tract will include growing mushrooms, marketing options and more. The conference will be held Saturday, November 3, 2012 at the Kenosha County Center in Bristol.
Aeppel Treow Winery
1072 288th Avenue
Burlington, WI 53105
AeppelTreow Winery was established in 2001 to produce artisan ciders from heirloom apples. Our partner orchard grows nearly 200 varieties, which we craft into draft 'hard' ciders, sparkling, table, dessert wines - and now brandy from our on-site still. Open seasonally or by appointment for tasting tours and special events. Check our website for hours, directions and our latest news. Located on Kenosha County Highway B north of Highway 142, ½ mile north of Bong State Recreation Area.
5006 South Sylvania Avenue
Sturtevant, WI 53177
Family owned and operated restaurant, dinner theater, apple orchard, farmers market, gift shop and bakery. Ten thousand apple trees with over 30 different varieties. The best in farm style cooking served in a rustic converted red dairy barn. Weekend breakfast buffet, Friday fish fry. Our bakery features homemade apple pies and other apple goodies. Weekend festivals with outdoor fun throughout the year. Hay rides, pony rides and sleigh rides.
1610 Utah Street, PO Box 478
Watertown, WI 53094
209 N Dodge Street
Burlington, WI 53105
1705 Highway 14 West
PO Box 1330
Janesville, WI 53547
Badgerland Financial provides lending, insurance and other financial products and services to agriculture and rural Wisconsin. From full and part-time farmers to rural home and recreational land owners, Badgerland Financial is helping more than 12,000 customers realize their rural dreams. it is a member of the nationwide cooperative Farm Credit System, with 17 local branch offices across southern Wisconsin. Learn more about how Badgerland Financial cultivates rural life at www.badgerlandfinancial.com
|Basics Cooperative Natural Foods
Lynnette Wirth, General Manager
1711 Lodge Drive
Janesville, WI 53545
Basics Cooperative is a natural and organic grocery store owned by our customers and open to the public. Our goal is to provide high-quality natural, organic and locall sourced food and supplements to our community at affordable recipes. We are dedicated to providing valuable information and healthy choices for our community. Eat well, do good!
Beans and Barley
1901 East North Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Beans and Barley has been serving healthy, wholesome, homemade food to Milwaukee for over 35 years. Offering a complete line of supplements, specialty groceries, beer and wine, table linens and more unusual gifts and housewares than you can even imagine. Open 7 days a week, 3 meals a day.
Braise Restaurant and Culinary School
1101 South Second Street
Milwaukee, WI 53204
Braise helps reconnect people with their food through the restaurant and culinary school, RSA (restaurant supported agriculture) and home delivery service. Braise RSA provides member restaurants with foods from more than 40 area farms. Braise Home Delivery provides local produce, meat or dairy right to your door. Braise Restaurant features a locally-sourced seasonal menu written delay. Cozy up to food bar to watch breads and pastries baked in the brick oven, or enjoy a craft cocktail muddled with house-made mixers. Nose-to-tail cooking concepts are embraced. Open to the public; membership opportunities available.
Burlington Family Chiropractic
196 West Chestnut Street
Burlington, WI 53105
Your partners in natural health!
Chippy's Kettle Corn and Popcorn Company
Scott and Linda Chipman
507 Madison Street
Beaver Dam, WI 53916
Established in 2002, Chippy's Kettle Corn are makers of fresh, popped-on-site Kettle Corn, Caramel Glazed, Cheddar Cheese and their very POP-ular Chippy's Blend. Serving farmer's markets, art and craft shows, community events, corporate events and fundraisers. Scott, "Chippy" and Linda, "Mrs. Chippy" proudly announce they produce "The best Kettle Corn this side of the "MississCHIPPY." NEW in Spring 2012, Chippy's Popcorn Company Shop featuring a wide selection of chef-inspired sweet and savory popcorns. Hours are yet to be determined, so please call first. Packages can be ordered online at any time of the year via our website www.ChippysKettleCorn.com or www.MaizedAndCornfused.com. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for the latest Poppenings.
|Farm Service Agency
1012 Vine Street
Union Grove, WI 53182
Farm Service Agency (FSA) helps ensure the well-being of U.S. agriculture through efficient and equitable administration of farm commodity programs; farm operating, ownership, and emergency loans; conservation and environmental programs; emergency and disaster assistance; domestic and international food assistance; and international export credit programs. These programs are major components of USDA’s farm safety net, which helps producers maintain viable operations, compete for export sales of commodities, and contribute to the year-round availability of low-cost, safe, and nutritious foods. For additional information regarding FSA programs visit www.fsa.usda.gov.
611 Sherman Avenue East
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
Fort HealthCare is an Energy Star hospital and health system that attracts patients throughout southeastern Wisconsin. More than 100 physicians are on staff. Fort Medical Group currently employs more than 50 physicians, nurse practitioners, and other providers. We are committed to building healthier communities by serving as an environmental leader in all aspects of our operations. We recognize the links between environmental health and public health, and acknowledge that reducing our negative impact on the environment is implicit in our mission to improve the health and well-being of our community. View our environmental commitment statement at www.FortHealthCare.com/green.
Gooseberries Fresh Food Market
David and Steve Spiegelhoff
690 West State Street
Burlington, WI 53105
A fresh food market with a focus on keeping the freshest foods when in season. We buy from local farmers and growers whenever we are able with new farmers added each season. The store was designed with the intent to get back to how grocery stores used to be. Our full service meat counter allows you to select your exact cut of meat, our bakery is fresh, our deli salads homemade and our produce the freshest in town with daily deliveries. Our selection of over 1,200 wines as well as a growing selection of Gluten Free foods has made us worth the trip. Stop by your destination for fresh.
Griffiths Truck Service
Larry or Sandra Griffiths & Family
7010 Bristol Road
Bristol, WI 53104
Griffiths truck Service, Inc. offers commercial and residential trucking. Deliveries only for the following materials: compost, mulch, wood chips, sand, gravel and screened topsoil. Bobcat service is available.
Historic Downtown Burlington Farmers’ Market
Corner of Washington and Pine Street
Located in the Historic District of Burlington the Farmers’ Market features a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, meats, honey, eggs and cheese. The market also offers a large selection of locally grown bedding plants, annuals, perennials, fresh herbs, hanging baskets and container plantings. All produced or grown by local farmers. Experience fresh from the oven baked artisan bread, bakery and desserts. Visit our market and enjoy entertainment, educational demonstrations and prepared foods. WIC certified and SNAP cards accepted.
|Horicon Phoenix Program
PO Box 42
Horicon, WI 53032
Visit the Farmers’ Market with so much more! The Kiwanis Park Farm Market in Horicon offers some of the best local produce in Southeast Wisconsin, as well as artwork by local artists, a small business showcase, a community hosted cookout, and live music with some of Wisconsin’s best bands every Wednesday evening beginning on June 6, 2012. Free activities include face painting and balloon sculpting for the children and beer tasting and salsa dance lessons for the adults. Visit www.horiconphoenix.com for the complete schedule, and plan to spend Wednesday evenings this summer in beautiful Horicon!
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Kenosha Harbor Market
Summer: 2nd Avenue between 54th & 56th Streets
Winter: Rhode Center for the Arts, 514 56th Street
Kenosha, WI 53140
Help us celebrate our 10th year! Stroll a vibrant European-style market that operates 50 Saturdays a year. Outdoors, May 26th through October 13th, 9am-2pm, visitors can explore the offerings of 100 to 150 vendors each week. The balance of the year, 9am-1pm, a smaller group of premier food and product vendors winter indoors at the historic Rhode Theater. HarborMarket features farm-fresh produce, meats, cheeses, spices, baked goods, handcrafted soaps, prepared food and variety of arts and crafts. Enjoy live music, seasonal contests and professional chef demonstrations on our portable kitchen. Vendor inquiries welcome. All fresh, all fun, all year!
|Lake Country Market
N7019 US Highway 12
Elkhorn, WI 53121
Lake Country Market is Southeast Wisconsin’s source for local, natural, farm fresh food. Beef, pork, chicken, eggs, vegetables and fruits raised by local farmers using sustainable farming practices. Check out our full service deli featuring Boar’s Head products, our prime meat counter featuring custom cut steaks and chips and our freshly baked breads and salads created daily by our chef. Premium wines, cheese, sandwiches, burgers and pizza. Farm fresh foods, a deli and premium groceries await shoppers who want to enjoy local, healthy and tasty food. Open April 1st.
Main Street Market
1002 Main Street
Union Grove, WI 53105
Main Street Market offers fresh & frozen beef, pork & poultry products – locally raised on small farms located throughout Southeast Wisconsin. The Hormone Free Beef is raised on the owners’ farm in Racine County. The Poultry is Free Range, Hormone & Antibiotic free and includes Chicken, Turkey and fresh eggs. Our wide selection of Wisconsin wines & microbrewery beers gives everyone from the serious wine drinker to the fun and fruity tastes a variety to choose from. Great deli, fresh coffee, bakery, prepared foods and serious catering menu features products homemade in our kitchen. Open Monday through Saturday. Easy to find on Highway 45 in Downtown Union Grove. Look for the red cow in the window.
3100 W. 36th Street
Chicago, IL 60632
Midwest Foods is a Chicago-based, woman-owned produce distributor run by the Fitzgerald family. The company distributes high-quality fruits, vegetables and products to restaurants, hotels, sport venues, school and universities in the midwest region. Midwest Foods places high emphasis on the importance of supporting local sustainability, and purchases from local farms on a regular basis. The goal is to support the farmer with fair pricing and terms. Midwest refrigerated trucks visit the area daily for pick-up and delivery convenience to our warehouse, and our website promotes farmers online free of charge.
|Oconomowoc Lake Club
Jim Ferschinger or Jack Kaestner
4668 Lake Club Circle
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
Oconomowoc Lake Club sources local, natural and farm fresh foods as an integral ingredient in all of our menu items. Chef Jack is proud to be known for his involvement in the research and use of farm fresh products. It is with great pride that OLC serves its members the finest fresh food available.
Outpost Natural Foods Cooperative
100 East Capitol Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53212
7000 West State Street
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
2826 S. Kinnickinnic Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53207
Outpost Natural Foods is a friendly, neighborhood full-service grocery. We specialize in fresh, local and organic foods including dairy and produce and bake some the tastiest made-from-scratch deli foods around! We also have naturally-raised fresh meat and seafood, a full line of groceries, extensive bulk food selection and gift and body care items. Fast, friendly service - anyone can shop and anyone can join our co-op. Open 7 am to 9 pm daily. Locally owned since 1970.
733 East Clark Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
The Riverwest Coop goes beyond grocery and café, providing our community with a safe haven from an increasingly corporatized world. Our store offers local, sustainable and affordable goods including organic produce, meat/dairy alternatives, bulk and gift items; our café offers vegan/vegetarian breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with bakery, coffee and tea. To be a part of this wonderful place, simply walk in the door. Or become a member-owner to get an additional 5% discount on all groceries. Our hours are 7 am to 9 pm, Monday through Friday, and 8 am to 9 pm Saturday and Sunday.
Rushing Waters Fisheries, LLC
N301 Highway H
Palmyra, WI 53156
Wisconsin’s leading producer of all-natural Rainbow Trout. Fee fishing and picnic area available and on-farm sales of fresh fish. The best choice for local fish. Watch for our products at all Pick N Saves and Copps food stores. We are located 2 miles south of Palmyra, traveling south on Highway H.
2811 Agriculture Drive
Madison, WI 53201
SavorWisconsin.com is home to over 1,800 producer businesses, hundreds of local food retailers and restaurants, the largest listing of farmers' markets and features the breadth of products that Wisconsin producers and companies offer. From the food you eat to the plants, decorations and goods you use -- you can find Wisconsin products close to home. This online directory helps consumers locate foods and products from across the state with a simple click of the button, allowing visitors to customize their search criteria. Businesses can also create a FREE profile to be part of the search listing. Visit SavorWisconsin.com to find the products you savor from our great state.
Slow Food Wisconsin Southeast
5853 South Kurtz Road
Hales Corners, WI 53130
SlowFood is a non-profit, educational movement devoted to combining food and pleasure with awareness and responsibility. Slow Food Wisconsin Southeast collaborates with local organizations to re-establish a regional food supply, link producers with consumers and educate our community regarding the taste, tradition and the honest pleasures of real food. www.slowfoodwise.org, www.slowfoodusa.org, www.slowfood.com
Something Special from Wisconsin
2811 Agriculture Drive
Madison, WI 53708
The Something Special from Wisconsin™ logo guarantees that at least 50% of a product's ingredients, production, or processing activities are from Wisconsin. Products that proudly display the Something Special from Wisconsin™ logo are recognized for their quality and authenticity. When you see this logo, you know it's from Wisconsin. Visit
somethingspecialfromwisconsin.com to learn if your company is eligible and how you can join the program.
Staller Estate Vineyard & Winery
W8896 County Highway A
Delavan, WI 53115
Staller Estate Winery offers complimentary wine tasking and tours. Come and enjoy a glass of wine while relaxing in our NEW sunroom and gazebo. We also offer complimentary cheese tastings. We are open all year round. Check our website for hours and other information. Please call or email us with any questions you may have.
Sunrise Showers Soap Company
Sonia & Glenn Culbertson
850 Main Street
Delafield, WI 53018
In business since 1999, Sunrise Showers Soap Company makes over 55 varieties of all-natural, Gunk-Free™ soaps, using 100% food-grade vegetable oils and herbs and spices. Our soaps are very moisturizing and you will feel it with the very first bar. Our selection includes Olive 100™ - 100% olive oil soap, Beer Soap, Cheery Cherry - made with anti-oxidant Door County cherry juice, Dr. Wag's™ All-Natural Dog Soap, and Rocks™ - a super exfoliating soap formulated to remove calluses on feet. Beauty-and-the-Bug™ bug repellents contain nine essential oils that effectively repel mosquitoes and are available in a spray, soap, and rub-on. Our That-Amazing-Stuff™ solid moisturizing bars normally repair dry or cracked knuckles and cuticles in just a few days. Replace your lotions with our all-natural Whipped Unrefined Shea Butter for superior moisturization. In addition to our stores, Main Stree Soap Shop in Delafield, and Soaps-R-Us in Brookfield, find us at the Brookfield Farmer's Market, and at other markets and events. Call to find our current locations.
Town and Country Resource, Conservation and Development, Inc.
PO Box 333
Jefferson, WI 53549
Town and Country RC&D is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the environment and economy in our communities. Volunteers work on projects related to grazing, improving water quality, local food production and promotion, local wood reclamation and utilization, distributed farm-scale alternative energy education, farm to institution, small scale food enterprise financing, habitat improvement through invasive species control, sustainability forums for individual and community change, and more!
Working in 13 counties in Southeastern Wisconsin, we’re happy to support the Farm Fresh Atlas and invite you to join us in our many people and planet first projects. Visit our website or call us to pitch in.
|Water House Foods
132 East Lake Street
Lake Mills, WI 53551
The Water House is a coffee house, bistro, and entertainment + education space offering high-taste foods, made using local and organic ingredients. Our strong relationships with farmers have allowed us to continually increase our use of local foods, providing healthier breakfasts, brunches, lunches, and dinners. In this spirit, we make our own artisanal breads, soups, salads, sandwiches, quiche, scones, croissants, pastries, bagels, cookies, cakes, muffins, baked doughnuts, wheat-free foods, and pies. We also showcase some of Wisconsin’s best local products, including coffees & teas, beers, herbals, meats, syrups, jams, honeys, flours, candies, art, and music. Try our sustainable wines. Open seven days.
Wisconsin Farmers Union Kamp Kenwood
117 West Spring Street
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
Wisconsin Farmers Union’s Kamp Kenwood summer camp program teaches rural and urban children ages 8-18 about the importance of family farming, rural life and community engagement through unique blend of cooperative philosophy, leadership development and social justice education. Camp food is sourced locally and/or cooperatively whenever possible. Sponsored in part by the CHS Foundation, educational and recreational summer camp sessions are held on the shores of Lake Wissota near Chippewa Falls. Wisconsin Farmers Union, a member-driven organization open to all, is committed to enhancing the quality of life for family farmers and rural communities through education, cooperation and civic engagement.