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Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
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In an effort to encourage Jefferson County to make healthy lifestyle changes, Fort HealthCare is providing you the resources to encourage the community to eat locally sourced, fresh foods from the ground, and leave behind the over processed, packaged foods.

Cambridge provides a number of different places for you to eat locally grown foods.

Farmer’s Market

cambridgefarmersmarketCambridge Farmer’s Market

100 East Main Street   Cambridge, WI 53523
Open: Tue 2pm-6pm June 2-Oct 27
Contact: Carol Sapienza
Phone: (608) 423-3780
Email: office@cambridgewi.com
Website: www.cambridgewi.com




 Fruit & U-Picks

countryfreshgardens1Country Fresh Gardens

In Cambridge: W9697 Britzke Rd.   Cambridge, WI 53523
In Deerfield: Sat at the Farmers’ Market 8am-12pm
In Jefferson: Thu at the Farmers’ Market 11am-6pm
Phone: (608) 333-3017
Email: info@countryfreshgarden.com
Website: countryfreshgarden.com, Facebook Page


karbergorchardKarberg Orchard

355 Highway 12 and 18   Cambridge, WI 53523
Phone: (608) 423-4206
Email: Khkarberg1@smallbytes.net




 Diversified Vegetable Farms

schroederproduce1Schroeder’s Produce Farm

272 W. Main Street Apt. 2   Cambridge, WI 53523
In Lake Mills: at Farmers’ Market at Commons Park 2pm-6pm
In Lake Mills: at stand 10am-6pm, Sun-Fri
In Cambridge: Sun-Fri on Highway 12 10am-6pm
In Jefferson: Sun-Fri on Highway 26 10am-6pm
In Watertown: Sun-Fri at 501 E. Main Street 10am-6pm
Phone: (608) 695-0342
Website: schroederproduce.com


 School Garden

pics2Cambridge School Garden

Established school garden in 2010 at Severson Learning Center Farm; maintained by volunteers
Farm is located outside of town. Students visit 2-3 times a year (K-5th grade)
Food goes to Chef in Classroom Experience or Food Pantry.






Helpful Links



  • Want to start your own garden? Don’t know where to begin? Check out the Food System Initiatives link to find gardening tips as well as other information and resources regarding Wisconsin’s Food System Initiatives.
  • Visit the Wisconsin Farm 2 School site for information regarding the program and its initiatives.
  • The Eat Here Eat Well site offers news on what’s happening with the school gardens.
  • Garden leaders can find Grant Opportunities for their school or community garden here!

More Local Foods


  • Take a look at the Community Coalitions page for more information on what our partners are doing within the community to make Jefferson County a healthier place.
  • Check out Health 365 Events for a full calendar of local events and volunteer opportunities in Jefferson County.