Use your FoodShare benefits at the farmers market!
¡Aproveche sus beneficios FoodShare en el mercado de agricultores!
Siv koj cov nyiaj muas noj rau tom khw tshav puam!
Farmers markets that accept FoodShare (SNAP/EBT/QUEST) and WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers in Milwaukee County for the 2021 season listed in the map below.
Stay tuned for our 2021 list of markets that accept SNAP, WIC, and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program vouchers! If you would like printed copies of this resource to distribute, please contact Meg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to use your QUEST card at the farmers market:
Cómo usar su tarjeta QUEST en el mercado de agricultores:
Yuav siv li cas koj daim ntawv roj hmab QUEST card no pem khw tshav puam:
What you can buy with your QUEST (EBT) card at a farmers market:
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The main goal of the Milwaukee Farmers Market Coalition (MFMC) is to increase access to, and utilization of, farmers markets by building capacity to serve low-income consumers and by attracting a diverse clientele with the long-term impact of increasing produce intake within Milwaukee area communities by convening interested FMs along with healthcare, governmental, non-profit, citizens, and other partners. This coalition is co-facilitated by UW-Extension FoodWIse and Fondy Milwaukee.
Our next Zoom meeting is scheduled to take place next week on Thursday, September 16th from 4 – 5:30 PM. Registration is required in advance.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting, including how to join via computer or via phone.
If you have questions about your market’s SNAP/EBT program please email Meg at email@example.com.
The Milwaukee Farmers Market Coalition works to build capacity to serve all shoppers in Milwaukee, shoppers that represent the diversity of our Milwaukee community. As facilitators of this coalition, we want to recognize that as white leaders we do not represent that diversity. Please read our June newsletter which includes our statement and commitment to racial equity work in continuing to make farmers markets accessible to all Milwaukeeans.