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Growing a Resilient Local Food Economy

Sunday May 22 12-7pm*
Monday May 23 12-7pm*
Tuesday May 24 12-7pm
Wednesday May 25 12-7pm
Thursday May 26 12-7pm
Friday May 27 12-7pm
Saturday May 28th 10-5pm

*Sunday and Monday are reserved for Farmshed members only, the rest of the week is open to the public.

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The sale is held at Farmshed's Greenhouse and will be in-person only this year. There is a huge selection of heirloom and organic plant starts as well as unique varieties of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and native flowers. Cash, check and credit/debit is accepted.In addition to plants, compost and garden soil mixes from Hsu’s Growing Supply, Compost buckets and bins from Recycling Connections and seed potatoes from Whitefeather Organics will be available. Get updates about this event and join the conversation on our facebook page


*Check out the list of available plants HERE!

Farmshed's 2021 impact

Since 2020 we have undergone many changes, the one constant is Farmshed evolution. This year alone we have hired an Executive Director, added new staff and most importantly added programs that continue to build a better community. The mission to grow a resilient local food economy is still the same, we are just innovating the ways we do it. Increasing our positive impact on health equity, healthy lifestyle, culture, support for community entrepreneurs and organizations. We will accomplish this all through the power of food that is grown by farmers that have the best intentions for the land, water and our health.

If you have a passion for seeing Farmshed grow, this year we ask you to consider a few different ways to donate. We ask that you consider establishing a small monthly donation, consider contributing to our endowment fund held at the Central Wisconsin Community Foundation or inquire about becoming a sponsor. We are grateful for just your engagement in Farmshed and please know.  When you donate to Farmshed, participate in a sale, become a member, renew a membership or attend any of the events you see us hosting, you're making a contribution to a more resilient food system. You're providing jobs for passionate professionals placed in central Wisconsin. You're helping our partners build a more resilient food system. You are helping ensure resources for inspiring entrepreneurs. Most importantly, you're supporting the growth of diverse local farmers and the drive to enhance resources and markets that they serve.

Click here to read our 2021 Impact Report

Farmshed Partners to Raise Funds and Feed Families in Need!

Farmshed is pleased to partner with community groups to raise funds and feed families in need. If you are a community group interested in learning more, please call Trevor at (715) 544-6154.

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Farmshed's Commitment to an Inclusive Local Food Community


Access to healthy local food is important, but alone it is not enough. We see this as an opportunity to be challenged to realize the inclusive community of farmers, entrepreneurs, businesses, and impassioned eaters that is essential to becoming a resilient local food community. We are looking forward to discussing your commitment, your ideas, and your questions. Please reach out to Jeremy Solin, Farmshed’s Board Chair at or Interim Executive Director Trevor Drake at