List or Advertise Your Farm or Businesses in the Farm Fresh Atlas™ of Wisconsin
Click here to apply online for a 2023 listing. Contact your regional Atlas coordinator to ask about pricing and payment methods. We are currently not accepting online payment through this site.
What is a listing?
List in the Atlas to share your story, connect with consumers and showcase your commitment to local food. Each listing includes your contact information, website, and a description of your farm or business. Your listing will be published in your regional print edition for the upcoming year, and it will also be published on farmfreshatlas.org for one year (updated each February). 100% of your listing fee directly supports the production of your region's print publication. If your products or services are available to consumers in more than one region, you may opt to purchase additional listings in more than one print publication when you submit an application.
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Testimonials from our listees:
“We get more customers through the Central Wisconsin Atlas than any other place we advertise.”
-Nenn Stuve, Farmer, Grampa Glenn's Certified Organic Strawberries, Humbird, WI
"The Farm Fresh Atlas has made a large difference for our business marketing of our CSA program as well as maple syrup and fruit crops over the past seven editions. From our experiences, the Farm Fresh Atlas has served as the primary point of access to local food for many consumers, restaurants, and schools engaged in purchasing these products."
-Katrina Becker, Farmer, Cattail Organics, Athens, WI
"The Farm Fresh Atlas has been a huge boon for our region and the Oneida Nation’s agricultural projects. We have been Atlas members since 2009 and we've seen our business grow substantially during this time period."
-William Vervoort, Oneida Community Integrated Food Systems Coordinator, Oneida, WI