Nutrition is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle and it has become a growing trend in our nation to not only eat better but to support our local farmers and businesses. Eating unprocessed foods is a great way to make a change in your eating habits.
In our area farmer’s markets have become very popular and are not held just on the weekend any longer. The days of a farmer’s market just having a few food stalls is mostly in the past, now you can find a wide range of goods from clothing to bird feeders and household items. Farmer’s markets have even become a place to socialize; stretch your legs and take a stroll through the vendor stands, stop and listen to a local musician or catch up with a friend and enjoy the welcoming atmosphere!
Not sure where to start? Below are a few of the local options you can find for farmer’s markets.
Green Bay –
• Downtown Green Bay: Saturdays (5/26/18 – 10/27/18) from 7am to noon http://www.downtowngreenbay.com/events/saturdayfarmersmarket
• On Broadway: Wednesdays (5/30/18 – 9/26/18) from 3pm to 8pm http://onbroadway.org/events/farmers-market
• Definitely DePere Market: Thursdays (6/21/18 – 9/27/18) from 3pm to 7pm https://definitelydepere.org/downtown-de-pere-farmers-market/
• Market on Military: Thursdays (6/7/18 – 10/25/18) from 3pm to 7pm http://militaryave.org/market-on-military/
Downtown Appleton: Saturdays (6/2/18 – 10/27/18) from 8am to 12:30pm https://appletondowntown.org/downtown-appleton-farm-market/
City of Manitowoc Farmers Market: Saturdays (May thru October) 8am to 1pm & Tuesdays (June thru September) 12 noon to 5pm https://www.manitowoc.org/298/Farmers-Market
City of Seymour Farmers Market: Fridays (June thru October) 2pm to 6pm https://bestfarmersmarkets.org/place/seymour-farmers-market-seymour-wi.html