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Winneshiek Farmer's Market, Decorah, Iowa

What you can find at the Market:

You might be asking yourself: well, if I go to the Market this weekend, what will I find? Here is a guide to what the Market can offer at every point of the season:

Early Season:

Just because its early in the season doesn't mean there aren't lots of great produce and treats available at the Market! Visit in the late spring through early summer and you'll find goods like asparagus, spinach, root crops, chicken, beef, goat cheese, annual and perennial flowers, baked goods, jewelry, crafts, and preserves

Mid Season:

In the heat of sum
mer you know where to find your seasonal produce like tomatoes, strawberries, raspberries, honey, herbs, and 
mixed greens like swiss chard and lettuce. You will also continue to find meats, cheeses, baked goods, crafts, flowers and plants, jewelry, and preserves.

Late Season:

At the end of summer and into fall, the Market offers produce like apples, pears, late season berries, and a variety of vegetables. As always, you will continue to find meats, cheeses, baked goods, crafts, flowers and plants, jewelry, crafts, and preserves throughout the season.

NEW: Gift Certificates Now Available. Details at Market Info Booth. 

Winneshiek Farmers Market Gift Certificate


The Market is located east of the Decorah Post Office, in the parking lot just below the Oneota Food Co-op on River road and one block south of Water Street.

Winneshiek Farmer's Market

About us:

The Winneshiek Farmers Market in 
Decorah is an outdoor market
that operates Wednesda
ys (3-6pm) and Saturdays (8-11am)
 from May 2 through October 31. 
Special indoor markets occur at the 
Winneshiek County Fairgrounds on 
November 7th and 21st and 
December 5th and 19th, 2015.
You will frequently meet up to 40 vendors,
 live music, and a colorful selection of 
produce, crafts, baked goods, meat 
and dairy products.

NEW: Food Education Booth:

When you're at the Saturday Market, keep an eye out for the Food Education Booth! Members of the Oneota Community Food Co-op education staff will be on site most Saturday mornings with a tent just for food and children!  Each week they will have a mini lesson for the children, along with interactive activities.  This is the perfect compliment to the fresh, local food you are purchasing at market.  The goal is to help connect the dots between growing and eating food.  Stop by for a quick sample or stay awhile and play. Check the Special Events Calendar every week for updated information.