LFF Exhibitors

MARKETPLACE AT THE LOCAL FOOD FAIR

Over 40 exhibitors from local farms, businesses, and educational organizations sell their goods or share about their programs at this event.  It is also the release of the 2018 Central Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas!

About the Event

Over the past ten years, The Local Food Fair has been Farmshed’s largest annual event. We are confident event attendance in 2018 will grow from 800 people to at least 1,500 with the new Saturday date, an exciting larger location at SentryWorld, and the revamp of the potato dinner with a chef competition. People will still get face time with their favorite local farmers, be introduced to farms and businesses new to the area, and see food and gardening demos strewn throughout the Fair. Children will have a blast in the kid’s center, with lots of hands-on activities to keep them engaged and curious about local food! The Fair’s amazing energy will keep people exploring all the local food resources Central Wisconsin has to offer.

Take a look at our list of exhibitors!

1) Stoney Acres Farm
2) Farm Time Out Aquaponics
3)The Market on Strongs
4) Whitefeather Organics
5) Honestly Cranberry LLC
6) Cattail Organics
7) Stevens Point Area  Co-op
8) Field Notes Farm/Upstream Cider
9) Potter’s Crackers
10)
Tapuat, LLC
11) Shady Acres Naturals
12) UWSP Students for Sustainability
13) Bee- Inspired Honey
14) Primitive Pastures
15) Bobby Gifford
16) Sitka Salmon Shares
17) The Garden Guru
18)
Hsu Growing Supply
19) Growing Earth Farm
20) Gravel Road Farm
21) Mielke’s Farm
22) Half Moon Hill
23) Adventure 212 Fitness
24) Treasured Nature
25) Uncle Mike’s Syrup LLC
26) Scholze Family Farms
27) Infinity Wellness & Chiropractic
28)
Black Rabbit Farm
29) Drath Family Farm LLC
30) Audra Jade Alterations and Designs
31) Back Forty Mushroom and Forage
32) North Wind Renewable Energy Cooperative
33) The Sand Box
34) Wholistic Home Solutions/ The Clever Peasant
35) NessAlla Kombucha
36) Red Clover Market
37) Sasha’s Salad & Sandwich Dressings
38) Wisconsin Farmers Union
39) Nami Moon Farms
40) Echo Valley Farm
41) Feltz’s Dairy Store
42) Embracing Life Chiropractic
43) Broken Earth Farm
44) Lonely Oak Farm
45)
Numbers & Nature
46) Sky View Foods LLC
47) Meuer Farm, LLC/ Farm Flavors Foods
48) The Main Grain Bakery
49) Cutler’s Country Comfort
50) Jay’s Hilltop Sugar House
51) Midwest Renewable Energy Association
52) Northern Air Merchant Services
53) Wisconsin Hickory Association
54)
Liberation Farmers
55) Stonehouse Farm
56) Free Life Farms
57) Emy J’s Coffee House and Cafe
58) The Bakery by the Lake
59) The Village Hive
60) Family Natural Foods
61) Spectra Print
62) Big Spring Fish Company LLC
63) Urbal Tea
64) Giving Gardens
65) Garden Crate Company

Marketplace Exhibitor Details:

Reserve your space as an exhibitor online now by clicking here for online registration or here for a printable packet.  Registration and payment due February 1st, 2018.  Will not accept late payments.

  • Exhibitor set-up starts at 9am on Saturday, February 17th at SentryWorld (601 Michigan Ave., Stevens Point, WI 54481)
  • All exhibitors must be set up by 10:00am
  • Vendors will be provided a full 8 foot table
  • Exhibitors are welcome to sell products and offer samples during the Fair
  • Electrical access is available for $40 (direct cost paid to SentryWorld )

Exhibitor Types and Pricing:

  • 2018 Farm Fresh Atlas Listee or Advertiser – $65 (must have application complete)
  • Farm or Local Food Related Community Group or Non-profit Organization – $65
  • Farm or Local Food Related Business not listed or advertised in the 2018 Farm Fresh Atlas – $75
  • Other – $100** (Provide explanation below.  If space is available and the applicant’s products/services fit the mission of the Local Food Fair, the committee may invite additional exhibitors.  **Please wait to receive confirmation of entry before sending in payment** 

WHY SUPPORT FARMSHED

We Believe: 1) Food should be grown in a sustainable manner 2) People should know how to buy, grow, harvest, preserve, and prepare local foods 3) The public should know local farmers 4) Farmers should know who eats their food

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Your membership supports our community programming as well as our production greenhouse, community kitchen, gathering space, and learning center.
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