Food Chain


Anchored by Roadside Culture Stands (artist-built mobile farm stands), Food Chain vendors along the DTour offer fresh and fermented edibles for now and later. You’ll find local delicacies that support area farmers and producers. Performances often happen here. Nibble and mingle. Music and campfires too.

Location:  Map stops No.14 and No.28

Hours:  Monday – Thursday 11am – 3pm; Friday – Sunday 11am – 5pm



Echo Valley Farm

Baked goods and granola, herbal teas, salves and lip balm, jellies and apple cider, apple butter, and array of crafts sourced from Echo Valley Farm or local ingredients.


Fizzeology Foods

Offering a range of wholesome fermented local and organic veggies both delicious and nutritious including seasonal blends. Nami chips, fermented soda, and herbal teas.


Night Owl Cheese

Many types of local sheep’s milk cheese, raw grass-fed cow’s milk cheese, and RGBH-free cheese curds.


St. Patrick’s Catholic Church

Booyah Soup, BBQ beef sandwiches, chips, treats, coffee, soda & water.

Church open for Mass Thursday, 9 a.m.


Wisconsin River Meats

Cured and custom smoked meats sourced from local Wisconsin farms. Dog treats too!



Chef K. Clark Pickles & Preserves

Unique small batch pickles and preserves lovingly crafted with local produce and herbs.  Creators of beer jelly using Wisconsin’s finest nano and micro brews—stop by for samples.


L&M Concessions

Traveling carnival food truck from North Freedom offers corn dogs, fried cheese curds, and other fun foods.


Roots Chocolates

International Chocolate Awards winner! Fun, creative chocolates & confections made in small batches on 4th generation-owned farm. Ingredients include honey from our beehives.


Solace Creek Coffee

Hand crafted & locally roasted—a passion project, purely artisanal.


Whimsy Dish Catering (K.A.M.O. Kitchen)

Chef AJ sources hyper-local ingredients to prepare hearty meals. Kids And Mentors Outdoors (K.A.M.O.) develops appreciation for nature, a stewardship ethic, and outdoor traditions.


Special Guests

Culinary Art Car

Blending the art-car tradition and the commercial food truck, this Connecting Communities collaboration, created through a partnership of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center and Lakeshore Technical College, addresses challenges some face in bringing nourishing food to the table. Food purveyors to be determined.

Four Elements Herbals

Offers certified organic health and wellness products.

Fermentation on Wheels

Dubbed by The New York Times as ‘the Johnny Appleseed of Pickling’—join Tara Whitsitt in her fermentation school bus for a cultured breakfast, midday miso lesson, and more!

Slow Food UW

Student-run non-profit serving fermented fare and treats.