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From Grain to Plate Field Day

You are invited to Southwest Wisconsin for a rich exploration of why small grains like wheat, barley, oats and rye matter.  Join us on Meadowlark Farm, Ridgeway, WI on Sunday, June 30, from 10:30 to ... Read more

Join us for a Hemp Brunch

Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 11:00 am Chef Tyler Sailsbery, of the Black Sheep, is creating a delectable hemp-inspired bruncheon, including ... Read more

Join the Hemp Information Exchange Network

We created the Hemp Information Exchange to be a valuable resource for you and your industrial hemp endeavors. The exchange is where you can ask your production/harvest/storage/processing questions, g... Read more

Introducing the New Uplands Watershed Group Website

Interested in learning more about the incredible work being done by the members of the Iowa County Uplands Watershed Group? Visit our new website at ww... Read more

GULFS Summer Programming

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, CO2 and carbon credits?

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

Conservation Planning and Sustainability Consulting Services Available

The Michael Fields Agricultural Institute (MFAI) has long been concerned about soil and water conservation and environmental sustainability. In recent years, an increasing number of landowners have ap... Read more

Growing Urban Leaders in Food Systems (GULFS)

OVERVIEW GULFS is a dynamic, interactive, and engaging youth-centered curriculum developing youth leaders in food systems change. Focused in Milwaukee and Madison, we aim for youth t... Read more

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  • 8:45 am-1:00 pm
    09-04-2018
    W2493 County Rd ES, East Troy, WI 53120, USA

    W2493 County Rd ES, East Troy, WI 53120, USA

    The tour starts at Michael Fields Agricultural Institute looking at the high CBD oil organic hemp plot, then we will visit Turtle Creek Gardens in Delavan and their high CBD oil hemp and grain hemp plots, and then onto MFAI’s other industrial hemp research plots. Transportation is provided.

    Tour talks by Jim Stute, Research Director MFAI,  Janet Gamble and Steve Tomlins, Turtle Creek Gardens, and Brian Parr, Agronomist Legacy Hemp.

    Lunch will be provided in The Big Brown at the Institute after the tour, with an Industrial Hemp fertility discussion with representatives from Purple Cow Organics.

    Please arrive at 8:45am to check-in. The day will wrap up about 1:00 pm.

    Advance registration: $15. Thank you for registering prior to the event, this helps us with planning for the day.

    Day of /walk-in: $20

    Register online now

     

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  • 6:30 pm-8:00 pm
    09-22-2018
    W2493 County Rd ES, East Troy, WI 53120, USA

    W2493 County Rd ES, East Troy, WI 53120, USA

    Saturday, September 22, 2018 ~ 6:30 to 8pm

    The OPENING RECEPTION is FREE – Refreshments served & music: “Autumn” by Vivaldi will be offered at the reception only in the Big Brown Barn (W2493 CR ES, East Troy WI 53120).

    A fascinating exhibition of ceramic works featuring Wisconsin Artist MICHAEL IMES is on display at Michael Fields Agricultural Institute.  This fabulous art exhibition is hosted by The Good Earth Church of the Divine in collaboration with
    Michael Fields Agricultural Institute.  Imes ceramic works will be on display September 22nd to mid-December, 2018
    Visit WEEKDAY HOURS 10:00am—4:00pm and WEEKENDS BY APPOINTMENT.
    Admission is FREE ~ For more information or to schedule a weekend viewing, call 262-684-5193.

    Click here for the opening reception information.

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