Dubuque Winter Farmers' Market

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Fill-in Vendors – January 15

Hilltop Greens – Microgreens Head 2 Toe – Teas, lotions, and essential oils

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Holiday Craft Market

On Saturday, December 18, Dubuque Winter Farmers Market will stay open one hour later until 1pm and welcome holiday art and craft vendors for the first time ever! Shop local, unique handmade goods for your holiday gift-giving. Many of our…

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Don’t miss our November Speaker Series tomorrow at 11am!

Learn more about this month’s speakers.

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Speaker Series – November

Saturday, November 27, 2021Women in Ag: Female Farmer Perspectives What comes to mind when you picture a farmer? Odds are you imagine an older white man driving a tractor through rows of corn. This may be true to a degree,…

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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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Cold and Sickness

Did you know that being cold might not actually be what makes you sick? Almost every mother has said it: “Wear a jacket or you’ll catch a cold!” Is she right? So far, researchers who are studying this question think…

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Plants, trees and Midwest weather

Did you know that many of our native plants and trees are capable of surviving temperatures of -40 degrees (or lower)? After they are acclimated by milder temperatures at or below freezing for an extended period of time, native trees…

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Whole grains and health

Did you know that eating grains, especially whole grains, provides health benefits? People who eat whole grains as part of a healthy diet have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases. Grains provide many nutrients that are vital for the…

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Honeycrisp apples

Did you know that the popular “Honeycrisp” apple variety was developed and patented by the University of Minnesota? The “next big thing” from their exceptional apple breeding program is the “SweeTango” apple, but it only available from a small group…

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