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Farmers Market Directory

Need a specific vegetable or looking for that vendor you got art from that one time? See the list of our 2022 seasonal vendors below! The 2023 market vendors will be updated as we get closer to the start of the next season. 

The number on the left indicates the stall number as shown on the map at the end (click here to jump to the bottom of the page.) Daily vendors, who will be at one or more markets throughout the season at variable stands, are listed at the bottom. 

Every Saturday in May-October, from 8am-12:30pm, in the Western Technical College parking lot at 220 Main St. in Viroqua.


1 | Viroqua Chamber Main Street: Check-in and market administration. 

2 | Eskehyll Farm:
Eggs (free range chicken, heritage breeds) Starter Plants Herbs (bergamot, burdock, nettle, mint) Tea mixes using foraged herbs Birch bark crafts (small items, coasters, earrings) Interactive station for kids: food coloring pens to draw on eggs purchased May also bring wood art, fabric art, handmade sachets, handmade tote bags

3 | Kween’s Kitchen:
Food items for sale: Baked goods, potstickers, samosas
Physical art: Fairy Wands and staffs, rock art Flower arrangements when in season 

4 | Driftless Farms LLC:
Organic Maple Syrup, Organic Maple Cream, Organic Maple Candies, Organic Maple Sugar, Organic Infused Maple Syrup, Organic Maple Sticks 

5 | Maria Angelica:
Colombian treats: Empanadas, arepas, cokies

6 | Be Tie Dye:
Handmade tie dye clothing including sustainably upcycled items 

7 | Broken Shovel Farm: Greens and garlic

8 | Rhythm Bakery:
Sourdough bread and pastries. If bumper crops, possible fruit and produce from our land. 

9 | Krause’s Little Honey Makers: Honey 

10 | The Lady of Crochet: Crocheted items and porch people

11 | A Pinch of Nutmeg Cupcakery LLC:
Variety of homemade baked goods including cakes, cupcakes, muffins, scones, pies and cinnamon rolls and decorated sugar cookies

12 | Coulee Cannabis:
Certified organic CBD & CBDA tincture, salve, patches as well as general business merchandise and apparel (designed and made locally)

13 | Ridge top Gifts:
Epoxy art and tumblers, bath and skin care products. Stain glass jewelry and other glass products.

15 | Cedar Mood Farm: Cedar Moon Farm grows a variety of seasonal vegetables and fruits

16 | Spring Creeks Beef: Frozen, all natural beef cuts, and snack sticks

17 | Horner Forge:
Hand forged iron keychains, dice, fire pokers, hooks, candle holders

18 | HUM Permaculture LLC:
Gourmet mushrooms, salad greens, herbs, and strawberries. All will be organically grown, although we are not certified. Varieties of mushrooms include several different Oyster mushrooms, Lion’s Mane, Chestnut, Beech, and more. 

19 | Laundry Fluff
100% Wool Dryer Balls, detergent, Campsite No Bite (all natural bug repellent), Cherry Pit Heat/Cool packs (Machine wash/dry), Reusable Bees Wax Food Wraps, and Rustic air fresheners

20 | Deep Rooted: Tomatoes, flowers, farm goods

21 | Down Home Farm: Peaches, apples, sorghum, assorted produce and preserves

22 | Liz and Paul’s Farm:
Blueberries, Vegetables, Winter Squash 

23 | Thoreau’s Garden / Little Bucket Farm:
Plants: annuals, perennials, houseplants, planters, hanging baskets Herbs, art, macrememe, quail eggs, some produce, art, flower arrangments

24 | January Farms:
Flowers (include bouquets and seasonal items), herbs (fresh and dried for culinary use) and honey (including raw honey, honeycomb and beeswax)

25 | C’Marie Crafts: Crafts

26 | Imagine That!:
Jewelry, felted animals, baskets and bowls, embroidered cards, folded books, denim bags 

27 | Quilterations:
Quilted creations for the home. Table runners, pillows, children’s tic-tac-toe games, pillow cases and snuggle foot quilts.

28 | Yanny Art:
Photographic prints and cards, many from the Driftless Area. I make, print, mount and frame all my images on a variety of high grade papers and ink.

29 | Scenic Ridge Shoppe:
Breads, cookies, muffins, cinnamon rolls, pies, muesli, and much more.

30 | Bountiful Baskets Farm:
Vegetables: Garlic, potatoes, peppers, tomatoes, summer and winter squash
Fruit: Strawberries, raspberries, apples, pears, currants
Canned Goods: Jams, jellies, pickles, salsa and other canned products
Hand Crafted Products: Wreaths, hand sewn products Looking at selling some baked goods during the season

31 | Driftless Sacred Grove:
Permaculture trees and plants, fruit, vinegar, books, postcards

32 | Highlander Ridge:
Fresh vegetables, cultivated and wild mushrooms, pickled products.

33 | Growing Point Farm: Diversity of produce

34 | Vang Thao Valley Acres:
Locally grown cut flowers (dahlias, sunflowers, strawflowers); ornamental corns; if growing permits, some fresh produce (green beans, long beans, pumpkins, squash)

35 & 36 | Hideaway Handcrafts:
Wood Burning: Free hand art wood burning on multiple types of wood, wood items etc. Generally repurposing pieces of wood and wood items
Framed Photos: Redeveloped slides into framed photos. Dates of slides are from 1950 to 1990 and 90% are from Coulee Region
Painted Egg Ornaments: Hand painted blown chicken eggs made into ornaments 

37 & 38 | Xai Vue and Kia Lee:
We grow and sell fresh produce and seasonal flowers; Asparagus, basil, beets, bell peppers, bitter melon, bok choy, cilantro, cucumbers, dill, green beans, garlic, fresh ginger, fingerling potato, green onions, jalapeños, kale, luffas, mint, mustard green, spring mix lettuce, red and green lettuce, spinach, sugar snap peas, Thai chili, tomatoes (Florida 91, New Girl, and mix cherry tomatoes) rhubarb, strawberries, and seasonal flowers (peonies, lilies, sunflowers, dahlias, zinnias, snapdragons, statice, Pelleted Lisianthus, gladiolus, greens fillers, floral fillers). We also sell handmade stuffed animals as well. 

39 | Pencil Pics, Drawings by Daryl:
Over 400 original colored pencil drawings sold as note cards, coasters, framed and matted prints, wood panels, wood boxes Wisconsin and Minnesota wood plaques with original artwork. 

40 & 41 | Ridge and Valley Farm:
Apples, blueberries, pears, plums, blueberry plants, canned goods, pickles, apple sauce Eggplant, tomatoes, cucumbers, dill, green beans, bell peppers, zucchini, squash, rutabaga, okra, snap peas, etc. 

42 | Gerard Rugowski Woodturning:
Turned wood bowls, vases, open vessels, mushrooms, etc. 

43 | Sweet Dirt Homestead: Honey, maple syrup and veggies 

44 | Real. Clean. Soap.: Handmade soap, lotion, and bath salts

45 | Pierce Hill Pottery: Functional pottery

48 & 49 | Funky Feathered Farm:
Produce, eggs, plants, baked and canned goods, and crafts

50 | Julia Marie LLC:
Goat milk soap and lotion, specialty plant starts, oyster mushrooms 

51 | From Seed To Dream:
Paintings on canvas, flowerpots and other decor 

52 | Moon View Woodshop:
Laser cups, mugs, signs, cutting boards, charcuterie boards, almost world famous cheese slicers, small furniture, custom orders at any time. 

53 | SunCastle Farms:
Fruit (raspberry and strawberry) plants, vegetable starts, produce, baked goods (home bakery), and crafts. 

54 | Byler’s Amish Produce & More:
Produce, maple syrup, and canned goods

57 | Public Toilets

58 | Eli Gingrich: Dryers, Rockers, Tables, Benches 

59 & 60 | Perry & Mary Glick:
Reed baskets, produce, quilts, crafts, maple syrup, honey 

61 | Eli Glick 

62 | Andrew Shetler:
Produce, baskets, aprons & flower 

63 | English Ridge Orchard: Selling breakfast burritos and pork

65 | Hershberger’s Amish furniture & More
Maple syrup, jams & pickles, rugs, cedar lawn furniture 


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George Hoffman: Organically grown aronia berries and hazelnuts, small woodcrafts

Cassell Hollow Farm: Kettle corn, lemonade, hazel nuts

One Eyed Cat Crafts: Handmade ceramic ware with funny pictures on them

Pleasant Ridge Waldorf School, 7th grade: Selling organic seedlings as a 7th grade fundraiser. Plants include a unique variety of veggies, herbs, and annual flowers all started and grown with love by the 7th grade class at Pleasant Ridge Waldorf School

Jacobson Farms: Family farm raised grass fed and finished beef and pastured pork and pastured chicken eggs

Chrysanthemum: Handmade pony bead key chains and loop loom pot holders made by Chris, jewelry made by Michele. We are Chrysanthemum (Chris and “The Mom”)

Valley Stewardship Network: T-shirts with watersheds on them, beer glasses with our logos, and informational materials

Eve’s Orchard: Apples, berries, jams, cider, wood craft

Sacred Folkways: Beeswax candles, natural home items, knitted items, jewelry, teas, apothecary

McIntosh Memorial Library: Library staff will offer craft projects, children and family activities

Jim Larson: Garden Art Towers (obelisks) made from select pine; towers are 4′-8′ and are painted or stained

Chris’s Creations: Wood items turned on a lathe

Mama Morti: Hand painted Mandala Stones, mandala mirrors/wall art, and mandala magnets. Hand painted garden stones and painted pottery.Sensory pots for children’s flowers, handmade from clay and painted

Terry’s Sewing Shop: Bowl cozies, aprons, cup mats, rope bowls, all things made from fabric

Jorken Farms

Keith Hess: Woodworking, trellises

Greg Veresagin