Tosa Farmers Market

Tosa Farmers Market

March 16th, 2012 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized


The Tosa Farmers Market 2017 season is done. 

See you in 2018!

The vendor application for the 2018 season is now open. Apply Here.
Early Bird Deadline: January 31
Application process closes: March 4

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On the first Saturday of each month you’ll find the Makers Market in the East Lot of the Market.  The Makers Market features the work of local artists and crafters who sell their one-of-a-kind handmade goods.



Volunteer sign-up is now open! Sign up here:

TFM is a volunteer-run open air market that brings locally-grown fruits and vegetables and foods crafted by Wisconsin artisans directly to the people of Wauwatosa and surrounding communities. We emphasize the word VOLUNTEERS, as it is they who make it all happen on a weekly basis.   For more information see Volunteer.


This summer Wauwatosa is working on The Village / State Street Streetscaping Project.  For updates on road closures and detours please see their website here.


We are proud to be able to offer recipients of FoodShare (the program formally known at Food Stamps) the opportunity to use their SNAP/EBT benefits at the Tosa Farmers Market! Recipients will be able to use their Quest card right at the market and purchase fresh, local food from our vendors!

Through our great sponsorship,  you can take advantage of the following awesome incentives: Each week, the first $10 that each person withdraws from their Quest account will be matched with and extra $10 in tokens that you can use at the market!  Additionally, while they last we are giving all SNAP recipients a copy of the popular cookbook “Good and Cheap: Eating Well on $4 / Day”

quest tokens accepted here

Thank you to our sponsors!

Plant The Farm Sponsor



Grow All Season Sponsor

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 Fill A Garden Bed Sponsors

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