Central WI Farm Fresh Atlas

A free guide that helps you navigate our region’s local food economy

Central Wisconsin Farm Fresh AtlasTM

2017 Farm Fresh Atlas Applications are now closed.

To be added to our 2018 outreach list, please fill out this short form.

Farms, businesses, organizations, and farmers’ markets can list and place an advertisement in the Central Wisconsin Farm Fresh AtlasTM.  Each year 30,000 copies of the Central Wisconsin Farm Fresh AtlasTM are distributed to consumers in Central Wisconsin’s 11 county area, including Adams, Clark, Juneau, Marquette, Marathon, Monroe, Portage, Taylor, Waupaca, Waushara, and Wood. View all of the 2017 advertising details here on our media kit.

Interested in becoming a sponsor? 
Contact Krista at 715.544.6154 or by using the email address below.

Questions? Email Krista Engelhardt – krista@farmshed.org


1) Locally grown food tastes better. 2) Local food preserves genetic diversity. 3) Local produce is better for you. 4) Local food from small farms is often GMO-free. 5) Local food supports local farm families. 6) Local food builds community. 7) Local food preserves open space. 8) Local food keeps your taxes in check. 9) Local food supports a clean environment and benefits worldwide. 10) Local food is about the future.


The Greenhouse Project, an all-encompassing revitalization of the former Sorenson’s Garden Center. The 35,000 square foot future community food center, which is centrally located in Stevens Point, will house an 11,000 square foot production greenhouse, community kitchen, gathering space, and learning center.
6/24/17 - Market Events
Stevens Point Farmers’ Market, Stevens Point WI
7/1/17 - Market Events
Stevens Point Farmers’ Market, Stevens Point WI
7/1/17 - Chef on the Square - Emy J's
Stevens Point Farmers’ Market, Stevens Point WI