WCM In Local Daily Newspapers


October 1, 2008 Wisconsin State Journal
Meet the Van Wychens, whose cranberries you'll see sometime in October at the WCM. Read the Update every Thurs. for the latest WCM news!
http://www.madison.com/archives/read.php?ref=/wsj/2008/10/01/0810010043.php

July 15, 2008 Wisconsin State Journal
Corn delayed, Sandy Kallio reports. Story contains interview with manager.
http://www.madison.com/wsj/home/entertainment/296325

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 15, 2007
Outside the cracker box
Madison duo finds niche in specialty kitchen
By KAREN HERZOG
kherzog@journalsentinel.com
Behind the scenes at Potter's Crackers. Bonus: photo of unbaked dough. Young Peter, mom Nancy, and the red Mini Cooper with back seat removed to hold crackers - sounds familiar to this WCM regular.
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And the Wisconsin State Journal, January 2, 2008 profiled Potter's Fine Foods.
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, November 21, 2007
Print and Online (includes video)
Truly homegrown meal : Couple's farm provides their food for holiday feast
Eric and Carrie Johnson of Jordandal, WCM founding members, featured in front-page turkey article - watch the video! [Ed Note: If they are sold out of poultry, their pork loin also goes well with cranberry-apple sauce.]
By KAREN HERZOG
kherzog@journalsentinel.com
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The Johnsons and their heritage chicken operation were featured in the August 2007 Bountiful Cupboard magazine.
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The Capital Times, November 20, 2007
The 100-mile menu
The challenge: Prepare a dinner party using only local ingredients
Ms. Troller and her dinner party group find it's pretty darn tasty. Of course, nibbling on Potter's Crackers' (WCM vendor) crackers enlivens meal prep!
By Susan Troller
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Wisconsin State Journal, November 20, 2007
What I Do: Turkey Farmer
I Raise Happy Birds
By Kay Jensen
BUSINESS :: C8 :: Tuesday
"Happy turkeys are more talkative" informs Kay Jensen of JenEhr Family Farms - not just a turkey farm - and WCM vendor.
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JenEhr Family Farms (Kay and Paul) and their heritage turkey operation were also featured in an excellent article in the November 2007 Bountiful Cupboard magazine.
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The Capital Times, November 5, 2007
Elk Breeders Eye More Markets
Demand Grows For Animal's Meat, Antlers And More
METRO :: C8 :: Monday
By TERE DUNLAP The Monroe Times
Joel Espe of Espe's Elk, a WCM vendor, describes "the business."
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Wisconsin State Journal, August 28, 2007
Making A Statement With Food: During August, A Madison Family Has Eaten Only Items Grown Within 100 Miles Of Their Home
FRONT :: A1 :: Tuesday
By SANDRA KALLIO
You might have spotted this family selling flowers at the Westside Community Market earlier this season.
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Wisconsin State Journal, July 24, 2007
Commission Sees Hill Farms Plan (first Edition)
Panel Gets Hill Farms Plan (second Edition)
Purchase Of Land For Bike Path Is Approved
LOCAL :: B1 :: Tuesday
By BRITTANY SCHOEPP
Hill Farms Redevelopment Planned Unit Development proposal gets hearing at Madison Plan Commission.
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Wisconsin State Journal, July 13, 2007
A Dreamfarm Come True
Nothing Like The Simple Life For One Cheesemaker
BUSINESS :: C8 :: Friday
By NATHAN LEAF
Diana Murphy and family sell goat cheese, eggs, and wool, to loyal customers at the Westside Community Market. The excellent photo that accompanied this story -a smiling Diana with one of her sweet goats - is worth a trip to you local library newspaper stacks to view. Or maybe she will have a copy at her market stand.
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Wisconsin State Journal, June 6, 2007
Modern Market
Actually, The Home Delivery System Is Old-fashioned, But Reflects A Movement Toward Locally Produced Food
DAYBREAK :: D1 :: Wednesday
By SANDRA KALLIO
(Yup, Westside Community Market is the only Madison farmers' market with Blue Marble Dairy creamline milk and Sugar River Dairy yogurt. Plus, we are one of a few outdoor markets to carry Brunkow Cheese and Tomato Mountain sauces and preserves.)
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Wisconsin State Journal, May 5, 2007
Too Many Farmers' Markets?
Dane County Is Bursting With So Many Of Them, Some Wonder If The Market Is Saturated.
FRONT :: A1::Saturday
By GENA KITTNER
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The Capital Times, May 1, 2007
Hill Farms Redesign Progresses
BUSINESS :: A9 :: Tuesday
By Katjusa Cisar
(Coverage of the third DOA listening session, on April 30, 2007.)
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The Capital Times, March 22, 2007
Growing Mentorships: Community Supported Agriculture Coalition Gives Guidance To Young Farmers
SAVVY :: C1 :: Thursday
By Debra Carr-Elsing
(Includes interviews with four Westside Community Market farmers: Kay Jensen, Paul Ehrhardt, Kristin Kordet, and Mike Noltner.)
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The Capital Times, March 14, 2007
State Proposes Development At Hill Farms Site
Dot Would Stay Amid Greenspace, Hotel, More
METRO :: B1:: Wednesday
By Katjusa Cisar Special to The Capital Times\ The writer retains the copyright for this article
(The link below takes you to the text version of the story. The map graphic that accompanied the story is at the "virtual newsprint edition link." Use the link below to access that 1.5 MB file. The graphic shows the proposed future area for the Westside Community Market along a U-shaped road bordering the boulevard, shown in green.)
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The Capital Times, November 23, 2006
Showtime In Manhattan
L'etoile Chef Dishes Up A Wisconsin Thanksgiving At New York's Beard House
SAVVY :: E1 Thursday,
By Mary Bergin The Capital Times
(Can you find the Westside Community Market member-producers represented on this historic dinner menu?)
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Dinner Details
The Capital Times :: SAVVY :: E5
Thursday, November 23, 2006
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Wisconsin State Journal, Sunday, November 12, 2006
Planning your feast? Check out this thorough Thanksgiving section in three parts from WI State Journal. WCM volunteer and WSJ journalist Sandy Kallio co-wrote and edited:
1. THANKSGIVING FROM A TO Z FROM APPETIZERS TO ZINFANDEL, WE'VE GOT A RECIPE FOR A FABULOUS FEAST
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2. TIPS
From Wisconsin State Journal, Sun Nov 12 2006
(Some of your favorite WCM vendors are at Monona Terrace this winter on Saturdays.)
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3. The Recipes For Thanksgiving From A To Z
From Wisconsin State Journal, Sun Nov 12 2006
(See last two recipes for contributions by WCM vendors: Butternut Squash Casserole from fruit and veggie vendor Joan Gassen and Maple Pecan Pie from our maple syrup guy, Geoff King of Sunnyhill Acres.)
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The Capital Times, Saturday, September 23, 2006
Home Advantage
Locally Grown Produce Is Deemed Safer
Food Sold At Farmers' Markets Called Safer
: FRONT :: A1
By Bill Novak The Capital Times
(Natalie Ortega is quoted. She has a stall at WCM.)
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The Capital Times, Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Hill Farms Remake Considered By State
BUSINESS :: D8
By Mike Ivey The Capital Times
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Wisconsin State Journal, April 21, 2006
Buy local! (Many of our vendors are listed in Farm Fresh Atlas; we try to have copies on hand at the information tent.)
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The Capital Times, Wednesday, September 14, 2005
New Market A Rousing Success
METRO :: 1C
Rob Zaleski
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Wisconsin State Journal, Sunday, August 21, 2005
Your Views: Organic Food Prices
FORUM :: B1
READERS OF LAST SUNDAY'S FORUM WERE ASKED IF ORGANIC FOODS ARE WORTH THEIR PREMIUM PRICES? HERE ARE SOME RESPONSES:
(Interesting views on organic and local food. Scroll down a little and read endorsement of WCM from Marcy Ystenes, Cross Plains.)
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Wisconsin State Journal, Friday, July 15, 2005
Saturday To See New Farmers' Market
LOCAL/WISCONSIN :: B5
Cody Kucharczyk Wisconsin State Journal
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The Capital Times, Thursday, July 7, 2005
New Market On West Side Moves Ahead
BUSINESS :: 1E
By Lynn Welch The Capital Times
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Wisconsin State Journal, Wednesday, July 6, 2005
Move Afoot To Move Market
Group Wants To Have Market At Dot Lot.
LOCAL/WISCONSIN :: B1
George Hesselberg Wisconsin State Journal
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