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Sturgeon Bay farm market vendors accept FoodShare

7:57 AM, Jul. 27, 2013
The Foodshare Acceptance program gives low-income families greater access to the many vendors at Sturgeon Bay's Farm and Craft Market.
The Foodshare Acceptance program gives low-income families greater access to the many vendors at Sturgeon Bay's Farm and Craft Market.
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In its second year, the Sturgeon Bay Farm and Craft Market's FoodShare Acceptance Program has gotten off to a strong start for the food growing season.

The FoodShare Acceptance Program assists people who receive FoodShare Wisconsin benefits to spend a portion of those benefits on locally grown food at the Sturgeon Bay Farm and Craft Market, held from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturdays from the first weekend in June until the last weekend in October in the parking lot of Sturgeon Bay City Hall.

FoodShare Wisconsin, formerly known as the food stamps program, was created to stop hunger and improve ...

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