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Food Hub Feasibility Study for Southern Wisconsin

Date Published: September 2011

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This feasibility study provides information on the market viability for an aggregation, storage, and distribution facility that connects growers in southern Wisconsin to buyers in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. It also provides survey data and recommended next steps. 

Keywords: CARPC; Capital Area Regional Planning Commission; Madison, WI; Wisconsin; South Madison; local food; agriculture; production; market analysis; grower; farmer

 

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  • Capital Area Regional Planning Commission
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