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Local Faves: The bundled-up winter personality of Madison is quite different from its carefree summer self. Thankfully, one beloved mainstay is available throughout all seasons: the Dane County Farmers’ Market. It stake its claim as the largest producer-only market in the United States (meaning the people you buy from are the people who produced the products - no reselling is allowed), and, while its late-winter version (Saturday through April 4) is more staid than the downtown summer incarnations (surrounding the Capitol building Saturdays and Wednesdays in the 200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, April-November) there’s something especially gratifying about perusing hardly produce and products - greens, apples, honey, potatoes, mushrooms, cheese curds, pastries and more - when it’s frid outside. This year, the winter market is in a new location inside the Garver Feed Mill, a stately brick building recently renovated and reopend as a hub for small, locally owned businesses (a spa, a yoga studio, kombucha) and restaurants.

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