August 13, 2020
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection (DATCP) recently announced that the Wisconsin Farm Support Program is open for applications! The progr... Read more
August 13, 2020
In late July, Michael Fields sent a letter to the Wisconsin Governor's Task Force on Climate Change... Read more
March 19, 2020
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
January 10, 2019
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
- 30https://michaelfields.org/michael-fields-calendar/uplands-watershed-field-day/3036 Ridgevue Rd, Ridgeway, WI
3036 Ridgevue Rd, Ridgeway, WI (Exit 52 on Hwy 18/151)
Growing small grains like wheat, rye, barley and oats can help farmers prevent nutrient run off and protect water quality -but the”grain chain” is a complex network of growers, processors, bakers, chefs and consumers. How can farmers add these crops to their rotation and access the food grade market? Can eating more of these locally grown foods help change the agricultural landscape for the better? And how do we make these healthful foods accessible to all? We invite farmers and consumers alike to come explore these issues and discover ways to get involved in our burgeoning local grain economy.
Please RSVP to email@example.com by June 15.
Margaret Krome, Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, 608-628-2503
or Halee Wepking, Meadowlark Organics, 608-636-6794