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 2018 Market Season

The 2018 season will continue through October 27, 2018

Wednesdays and Saturdays

7:30 am to 1:00 pm.

See you on the Square!

Locally Grown!

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

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Bee populations around the world are in alarming decline because of toxic chemicals used in commercial agriculture. Find out how you can help sustain bee populations in your neighborhood: How To Attract Bees To Your Yard And Garden. Also, every autumn you can plant a fall pollinator garden: Bee Ready Be Beautiful. These articles were written by Christy Erickson of

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