Saturday, March 16, 2019 9 am - Noon, $40
In this class, you will learn the basic steps on how to start beekeeping. Local beekeeper, Dan O’Leary, of Honey Valley Beekeeping, will tell you how... Read more
After what can only be called a contentious process and protracted hiatus, the 2018 Farm Bill passed both houses last week and was sent to the President for signing, which he was expected to do, as of... Read more
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection’s industrial hemp research pilot program requires both growers and processors to obtain one-time licenses, and register each ye... Read more
This Summer, our GULFS Program partnered with the Mellowhood Foundation through a joint grant through the city of Madison to pilot three new lessons with their youth to help them start their own hot p... Read more
Cover crops are grown for several of their benefits, ranging from protecting and enhancing soil to pest suppression. What about using them to sequester atmospheric carbon to counter climate change, wh... Read more
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Purchasing seed/clones – Grain Hemp or High CBD Oil Hemp Planting and growing: lessons learned Harvesting & Storage: lessons learned Panel of Local Growers & DATCP 2019 Hemp Production: working together
In the Big Brown Barn at Michael Fields Agricultural Institute W2493 County Rd ES East Troy, WI 53120
You are warmly invited to the opening reception of “Creatures of Winter—Sacred Season”.
SATURDAY, December 22 ~ 6:30 to 8 p.m.
An animation sketch exhibition featuring Mukwonago Artist, Bill Barder. Refreshments will be served & “Winter” music by Vivaldi for the opening reception in the Big Brown Barn at Michael Fields Agricultural Institute (W2493 County Road ES, East Troy, Wisconsin 53120).
Admission is free! Exhibition runs through March 17, 2019 This wonderful exhibit is open to the public weekdays from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. and on weekends by appointment only. Call 262-684-5193 for more information.