As a part of our "Drawdown in Wisconsin" Environmental Breakfast Series, Diane Mayerfeld of UW-Extension discusses regenerative agriculture.
Readers of Wisconsin People & Ideas need no elaborate introduction to writer/photographer/philosopher Richard Quinney, whose “Elegy for a Family Farm” was featured in the Winter 2018 issue.
Everything you wanted to know and more about Wisconsin's state fruit: Vaccinium macrocarpon, better known as the large-fruited cranberry.
For some people, there is only one story that carries them through an entire lifetime.
Michael Bell and Sarah Lloyd explore fair labor systems for an increasingly diverse farm workforce.
I spend a lot of time thinking about how climate change impacts Wisconsin. And that’s not just because it’s part of my job directing the Climate & Energy program at the Academy.
Some small family farms in Wisconsin are providing a unique (and direct) take on farm-to-table dining.
Even though global warming is a politically polarizing topic, it’s worth considering some areas of common ground—both figuratively and literally—when it comes to how we manage the carbon dioxide (CO2) that we’re releasing into the atmos
The voluminous new history of Wisconsin agriculture by author and historian Jerry Apps is a pleasure to consume, learn from, and enjoy.
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