Dubuque Winter Farmers' Market

Category: Featured Vendors


Honey Hill Organic Farm

Carrie Post, Potosi, WI This certified organic farm offers a wide range of home-grown products, including broccoli, napa cabbage, spinach, kale, win win choi, honey and much more. They even worked with the University of Wisconsin – Platteville to plant…

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Verena Street Coffee

This year we’ll be featuring Verena Street Coffee at the Winter Market! Founded in 2010, Verena Street Coffee is roasted and packaged right here in Dubuque. Sales Manager Chad Adam said, “Verena Street Coffee Co. is excited and proud to…

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Daisy May Essentials with Cindy Snyder & Jan Bennett, Anamosa

How did your business get started? We moved to a small acreage in Anamosa two years ago. We had horses and were looking for a nice pasture for them. When we moved here, we had a bunch of wild roses…

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Iowa Grape Vines Winery & Juicery with Jim & Mary Kay Sorensen

How did your winery get started? My husband ran a body shop for over 20 years and wanted a change and a healthier work environment. In 2001, we started a vineyard and grapevine nursery, then In 2006 we started our…

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Sunny Hollow Bakery with Rebecca King

What is your background, and where is your farm located? We moved to our farm between Platteville and Potosi about 9 years ago. We had previously lived in Amish communities in Kentucky and Pennsylvania. What types of baked goods do…

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HIdeaway Gardens/The Food Store with Michael Breitbach

What did you do with the Traci C. LoBianco Winter Farmers’ Market Grant Award that you received in 2014? We installed an irrigation system with a pump that pulls water from the Little Maquoketa River. We also put in a…

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O’Connell Organic Acres with Kevin O’Connell

You grew up on your family farm, but how did you get started with your own pork operation? I went to college for awhile, and then I got a job welding. My brother Chris had already started with his organic,…

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Herting Family Produce with Claire Herting

How do you get your summer produce to last so long into the season? Last year was good for potatoes, so we still have a good selection of those left. We also had a lot of squash but most of…

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Johnson Honey Farm with Bill & Louise Johnson

What’s new in the world of honey? In the last four months the price of wholesale honey has gone up by 30%. Supply is down and bee populations continue to decline, so we’re seeing a spike in price. We currently…

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MAYAN Hydro with Mac Ahnen

How did you learn about hydroponics? I first started with a conventional outdoor organic garden, but the folks at Paradigm Gardens in Madison got me interested in hydroponics. I read seven books about hydroponics, but it was still a lot…

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