Dubuque Winter Farmers' Market

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Holiday Hours

Saturday, December 31, 2016 – OPEN!

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TRI-STATE FARMERS & PRODUCERS:

Don’t miss this opportunity to dialogue with Elanor Starmer, Administrator of the Agricultural Marketing Service for USDA this Thursday at 12:30 p.m. For more, click here.

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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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Kale

Kale is a hearty, healthy leafy green that you’ll find at several market stands this week. Don’t let the hype turn you off: this nutrient-packed green is a great addition to your fall menus.

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Butternut Squash

Butternut squash is harvested at the end of the summer, but it’s still called a “winter” squash because it stores well without refrigeration and was traditionally stored in root cellars for the entire winter. Enjoy this delicious and healthy vegetable…

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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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Dubuque Winter Farmers’ Market is back!

Welcome back! Our vendors and volunteers are back for another great season of locally-grown foods, fresh baked goods, and camaraderie with friends and neighbors. Please join us and reconnect with this fun tradition. Here’s a little history. We’ve been operating…

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ALOHA!

Hawaiians use “aloha” for both hello and goodbye, so we’ll do the same for you as we enter our final week of the Winter Farmers’ Market. “Hello” to all the friends and families we expect to greet this week for…

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2015 Traci C. LoBianco Dubuque Winter Farmers’ Market Grant Award

The Traci C. LoBianco Dubuque Winter Farmers’ Market Grant Award was established in memory of Traci (1960-2009), a passionate volunteer and devoted supporter of local food providers in the Dubuque area. The program supports farmers and producers who are working…

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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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