We are excited to be vending at two markets during the 2013 season: Wednesday evenings in Lake Mills and Saturday mornings in Fort Atkinson
Fort Atkinson: This is a dynamic community gathering place each Saturday in Fort, featuring high quality food and crafts, live music (right next to the Regenerative Roots tent), and children’s activities… The Fort Farmers’ Market happens Saturday mornings (May-October) and is located in the city parking lot across from the Library and Post Office on Milwaukee Ave– one block east of South Main Street. There is also an entrance on South Water Street. Parking is available at the parking lot on South Water Street (near the Police Station) or on side streets.
We look forward to seeing you there! We anticipate attending every market from the end of May through late October. Please follow the Regenerative Roots Facebook Page for updates on what we are bringing to market and exciting special events happening there. We also offer $5 ‘Root Notes’ for you to purchase as a gift (or for yourself!) that are valid only for the Regenerative Roots’ market stand–perfect for your favorite locavore! If you want a voucher that is a bit more general, contact the Fort Farmers’ Market directly to purchase market dollars.
Take a look at the Fort Farmers’ Market website to see what other fantastic goods our neighbors at the market have to offer. The market strives to have a large variety of your shopping needs all in one dynamic location. Our wonderful Market Manager, Cynthia Holt, also does a lovely job of updating the Fort Farmers’ Market Facebook Page weekly, so make sure to follow that, too!
Dogs on leases are allowed, EBT/Quest cards (Food Stamps) are accepted via our EBT machine at the welcome table, and a few of the vendors (including Regenerative Roots) are WIC-approved for the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP).
Lake Mills: 2013 will be our first season attending the Lake Mills Farmers’ Market and we are excited to be their ONLY certified-organic vendor. Come enjoy Regenerative Roots produce harvested just that morning, as well as a freshly prepared dinner from some of the other vendors. Keep a tab on the Lake Mills Main Street Program website to stay in the loop about cooking contests and other weekly events, often held at the market, and follow the LMFM Facebook Page.