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COVID-19 Resources for Farmers and Consumers

Hello Michael Fields Community, We’re hoping that you and your family are doing well during this increasingly tough time. The COVID-19 pandemic is touching nearly every part of our live... Read more

MFAI main office closed to the public at this time.

During the current COVID-19 public health crisis the Michael Fields Agriculture Institutes main office will be closed to the public. We will respond to your phone calls, e-mails, texts and electron... Read more

Urgent, Simple Action for Farmers to Stop Climate Change

Farmers across the Midwest went to the mat with climate change this year, from a cold and wet spring that slowed or prevented planting, to severe storms that damaged fields and roads, to a soggy fall ... Read more

Conservation Roadtrip

The Uplands Virtual Conservation Roadtrip is a collaborative project between Michael Fields Agricultural Institute and farmers in the Iowa Co... Read more

We need an all-hands-on-deck effort to support farmers in crisis

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Cover Crop Options for Prevented Plant Acres

Conversations with farmers, crop consultants and crop insurance providers lead us to the conclusion that prevented plant will be claimed on significant acreage in 2019, especially since the full cover... 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


Upcoming events

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  • 6:30 pm-8:00 pm

    “Sacred Spring: Celebrating Mother Nature” Reception

    Music: “SPRING” by Vivaldi

    Refreshments (reception only) Served In the Big Brown Barn


    WEEKDAY HOURS 10:00am—4:00pm


    Admission free 262-684-5193 for more information

  • 6:30 pm-8:00 pm

    Open to all. Dessert and Coffee/Tea at 6:45. Discussion at 7:00.

    Meet with the leaders of associations from across the country to share ideas, challenges, and hopes for anthroposophical work in the world.

    AWSNA, The Alliance for Public Waldorf Education, RSF Social Finance, Steiner Books, Anthroposophical Physicians (PAAM), Eurythmy, the Center for Biography and Social Art, Camphill, the Biodynamic Association and the Anthroposophical Society in America will all be represented.

    In the Big Brown Barn at Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
    W2493 County Rd ES
    East Troy, WI

    No registration required. Questions contact Laura Scappaticci laura@anthroposophy.org