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The Baraboo Farmers’ Market gives consumers direct access to local farmers, growers and producers, thereby supporting local food production, promoting sustainable agricultural practices and healthful eating habits, as well as serving as a community gathering place.

Established in the late 1980’s, the Baraboo Farmers’ Market is sponsored by the Baraboo Business Improvement District (BID) and is regulated by City of Baraboo ordinance.

The Baraboo Farmers’ Market will open
Saturday, May 9, 2020 at 7:30 am

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the market will institute the following measures to keep vendors and customers safe:
1. Vendors and customers are required to wear face masks. Vendors will have the right to refuse service to people without masks.
2. An empty stall will separate vendors from each other.
3. Handwashing stations and hand sanitizers will be available for vendors and customers.
4. There will be no sampling of products.
5. Only vendors will be permitted to touch and handle products.
6. Customers must maintain a social distance of at least six feet.
7. Only one shopper per family allowed at the market.
8. Please leave pets at home.

Our vendors must produce or help to produce all the items they sell at the market!

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