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  • Education Scholarship Fund - Dane County Farmers' Market
    Member Resources DCFM Rule Book Punch Cards Member Connection Square Up Education Scholarship Fund Selling corn at the DCFM Photo by Bill Lubing The Dane County Farmers Market believes that investing in today s youth will build better farms and farmers for tomorrow An educational scholarship fund has been established With seed money provided by generous DCFM producers and patrons the purpose of the fund is to provide grants to

    Original URL path: http://dcfm.org/education-scholarship/ (2016-04-27)
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  • When and Where - Dane County Farmers' Market
    Late Winter at Madison Senior Center Dates Time Location NEW 2016 SEASON Saturday Market Summer April 16 through July 2 and July 16 through November 5 2016 6 00 a m to 2 00 p m Outdoors Rain or Shine Around the Capitol Square Wednesday Market Summer April 20 through November 2 2016 8 30 a m to 2 00 p m Outdoors Rain or Shine 200 blk of Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Saturday Market During Art Fair on the Square July 9 2016 6 30 a m to 2 00 p m Outdoors Rain or Shine Wilson St at Martin Luther King Jr Blvd near Monona Terrace Saturday Market Early Winter at Monona Terrace November 12 through December 17 2016 7 30 a m to Noon Indoors Monona Terrace One John Nolen Drive NOTE Special events in downtown Madison are often held adjacent to the Dane County Farmers Market see below The Farmers Market is always open and will generally not be affected by other events except as noted Special Events 2016 The farmers market is ALWAYS OPEN The following events are adjacent to the market April 30 Crazy Legs Race May 14 Syttende Mai Run June 4

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  • Directions & Parking - Dane County Farmers' Market
    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 The Winter Markets In November the outdoor market moves indoors There are two sessions the Early Winter Market and the Late Winter Market Both locations enjoy adjacent parking garages and ample off street parking See the schedule for changeover dates The Early Winter Market is held at the Monona Terrace Community and

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  • Contact Us - Dane County Farmers' Market
    DCFM Mission Statement Become a Member FoodShare EBT Education Scholarship Fund When and Where Directions Parking Contact Us Volunteering Gift Certificates eNewsletter Facebook DaneCoFM on Twitter YouTube Channel Seasonal List Tips Preparing for Your Market Visit DCFM Recipe Cards DCFM Member Product Search Member Resources DCFM Rule Book Punch Cards Member Connection Square Up Contact Us Market Manager Bill Lubing 608 455 1999 bill dcfm org Volunteer Coordinator Barbara Stiefvater

    Original URL path: http://dcfm.org/contact-us/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Volunteering - Dane County Farmers' Market
    Volunteer Coordinator Barb Stiefvater Photo by Bill Lubing Love the market Maybe you d like to share your enthusiasm as a volunteer at the Information Booth this summer Volunteers work two hour shifts on Saturdays and spend their time answering questions from shoppers selling supplies to vendors maintaining supplies of brochures and helping customers find specific vendors or products You ll find the Info Booth busy friendly and fun We

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  • Gift Certificates - Dane County Farmers' Market
    Certificates From Lewiston Perennial Farm Photo by Bill Lubing Gift certificates are available in increments of 5 00 They can be used at any DCFM Saturday summer market Wednesday market winter market or winter market breakfast Gift certificates are not available for sale at the Saturday Outdoor Market on the Square However they can be purchased online anytime or at the Indoor Market at the Monona Terrace as a great

    Original URL path: http://dcfm.org/gift-certificates/ (2016-04-27)
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  • DCFM eNewsletter - Dane County Farmers' Market
    Dane County Farmers Market eNewletter makes you an informed shopper Emailed every Thursday the eNewletter lists products available at the market what s new and special announcements about the week s market Producer profiles seasonal recipes many provided by area chefs and updates on DCFM related events this free publication is the go to source for the informed DCFM patron Colorful photographs always current give you a preview of what

    Original URL path: http://dcfm.org/dcfm-enewsletter/ (2016-04-27)
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  • Seasonal Products - Dane County Farmers' Market
    we can to maintain food safety at the market One of the best ways to extend the season when it comes to your DCFM purchases is to freeze dry can or pickle them It s relatively easy doesn t cost much to get in to and reaps ample rewards after the harvest season has passed While preserving is easy it must be done properly to avoid contamination or poor quality results We recommend carefully studying the material provided by the Food Safety Health department of the University of Wisconsin Extension If you have food preservation questions contact the UW Extension office at Phone 608 263 7383 e mail bhingham wisc edu Summer Market April and May Asparagus Bakery goods Bedding plants Bunch onions Cheese Cut flowers Dry beans Greenhouse cucumbers and tomatoes Hanging baskets Lettuce Maple syrup Meats Morel mushrooms Perennial plants Rhubarb Spinach Other specialty items June Asparagus Baby carrots Beets Broccoli Cauliflower Cucumbers Greenhouse cucumbers and tomatoes Kohlrabi Lettuce Maple syrup Peas Rhubarb Salad greens Strawberries Zucchini July Apples Baby Carrots Beets Broad Beans Broccoli Cabbage Cauliflower Cherries Cucumbers Currants Dill Eggplant Gooseberries Green and yellow beans Greenhouse cucumbers and tomatoes Honey Kohlrabi Lettuce Maple syrup Okra Peas Sugar Snap and Snow Pesto Potatoes Raspberries Rhubarb Salad greens Strawberries Summer squash Swiss chard Tomatoes Cherry Beefsteak Zucchini August Apples Artichokes Baby carrots Beets Broad beans Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage Carrots Cauliflower Celeriac Celery Cherries Cucumbers Dill Dried flowers Edible gourds Eggplant Flowers French shallots Garlic Green and yellow beans Greenhouse cucumbers and tomatoes Herbs Honey Kale Kohlrabi Leeks Lettuce Maple syrup Melons Okra Onions Parsley Parsnips Pears Plums Potatoes Peas Sugar Snap Snow Peppers Pesto Rhubarb Rutabagas Salad mix Strawberries Summer squash Sweet corn Swiss chard Tomatoes Cherry Beefsteak Wild mushrooms Winter squash Zucchini September October November Apples

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