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- Community Farmer's Market
- Community Festival or County Fair
- Corn Maze
- Event Barn
- Event Rental
- Farm Stay Vacation
- Farm to Table
- Historic Agriculture
- Petting Farm
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- Tour and Visit
Ad-Lit started as a small brochure distribution company in the 60's and has grown to now service over 1,000 locations in the Midwest. The company has successfully transitioned into a full fledged marketing and design firm with an array of expertise such as Graphic Design, Publishing, Distribution, Web Development and Social media. Known as "Tourism Marketing Experts™" they are a one stop shop for small & large businesses to gain exposure and grow their brands. Ad-Lit's distribution reach offers the ability to publish and circulate hundreds of thousands of travel guides throughout the state. Ad-Lit's digital department is made up of tech savvy individuals who will work with you to design, promote and launch a stellar website for your company. The company also hosts a popular destination website wistravel.com, with essential planning tools for anyone venturing into America's Dairyland and dells.com for those who want to make a splash in Wisconsin Dells.
45-acre organic dairy farm operated by Tucker and Becky Gretebeck. Their grass-fed herd includes Red Holsteins, as well as cross-breeds with Normandy, Swedish Red, and Montbéliarde. The farm is adjacent to a scenic valley that is filled with a pick-your-own pumpkin patch in fall. The valley location - unique and secluded - is also ideal for wedding receptions, family reunions, and camping.
A family farm established in 1964. Visit us in mid-June to mid-July for picked and pick-your-own strawberries. Visit us in late September through October for pumpkins and fall family fun on the farm. Hayrides, corn maze, straw fort, candy parachute drop, and more. Our farm is located 3 miles east of Wisconsin Rapids or 10 miles west of Plover on Hwy 54.
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"Pick Your Own Memories Year Round" at Apple Holler, a family farm, orchard, farm to table restaurant, bakery, and gift shop. Rick-your-own apples, peaches, pears from over 30,000 trees, plus pumpkins. Visitors will enjoy four seasons of family fun and activities including; orchard and farm tours, field trips, birthday parties, company events, hayrides, horse-drawn sleight rides, festivals, pony rides, train rides, farm park fun, barnyard animals and outdoor garden displays. Apple Holler is a perfect indoor/outdoor rustic farm wedding venue and group ag-venture destination. Experience the Magic of Apples of Apple Holler!
Special events rental with restored barn and shop - celebrate any of your special life events here! Wonderful wedding barn venue. Also marsh hay available for dairy, horse, or construction operations.
Badgerland Financial, headquartered in Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, is a customer-owned financial cooperative proud to finance the growth of agriculture and rural America. Badgerland Financial is one of the region's leading providers of credit, crop insurance, tax and accounting services to farmers, agribusinesses and rural residents. The company is committed to delivering on its vision to cultivate prosperity for agriculture and rural Wisconsin by serving member-owners through offices in 33 southern Wisconsin counties. To learn more, visit badgerlandfinancial.com.
Set in scenic Kewaunee at the foot of Door County on the shores of Lake Michigan, the Barnsite is an 1850's barn refurbished and outfitted with a gallery, a great room, a lounge and a 5 bedroom residence built right in - rented out as a pastoral destination getaway for events such as family reunions, art openings and shows, parties and weddings.
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Never a dull moment at The Bear Den! This Farm has Exotic, Farm and Wildlife animals. Lot's of hands on! Hayrides, children's play area and a picnic area for you to enjoy. DNR & Federal Licensed & Inspected. In October- Pumpkin Patch, Animals, Hayrides, Pony rides, Fall decorations on sale.
Bennett Barn was created into a wedding barn after the Bennett's oldest daughter wanted to get married in the family barn. Afterwards, many couples asked if they could use it too. The Bennett's had to move all the raccoons out and patch up holds in the floor, ceiling and walls. The barn is very large, it holds 200 people and has a "Chapel effect" with all the old wooded beams and high ceilings. There are many amenities for you to use for free including tables, chairs and decorations. Plus you can get in during the week to set up! The barn is definitely a barn with the old hay hook hanging above, but with elegant touches such as large chandeliers and Christmas lights everywhere. With a deck off the back where you can take beautiful pictures against the spectacular sunsets, the tall corn stalks and beautiful church next door that is right from the 1800's, Bennett Barn can be your perfect location.
Visit an award-winning Wisconsin bed and breakfast and winery like no other. Enjoy a weekend getaway at our 160-acre organic farm where you can visit Scottish Blackface and Suffolk sheep, chickens, pigs and Scottish Highland cattle. Walk our beautiful private nature trails. Winery and farm tours are offered every weekend after breakfast. We're the only Wisconsin winery with a tasting room and onsite lodging. During the winter off-season we offer Saturday night dinners featuring our own farm-grown Highland beef, pork and lamb. Our restaurant license makes us one of the few Wisconsin B&Bs that can offer meals other than breakfast. We have been featured in Midwest Living magazine for our commitment to serving organic food we grow and sharing our farm life experience with our one-acre fruit and vegetable gardens and animals. All overnight guests are welcome to a complimentary tasting in our winery. Brambleberry has an adult atmosphere (no guests younger than 12, please). Choose from five comfortable guest rooms, all with private attached bathroom, some with whirlpool and fireplace. Our full farm breakfast always includes at least one item grown onsite. Located near several bike trails, Amish farms and many other attractions. Check our website www.brambleberrybandb.com for photos and more information.
Want to escape your busy life in the cities? Bring the family and friends to our 110 year old farm and experience life in the country. Have a walk in the corn fields, feed the goats, llamas, cows and our very friendly cat, roast marsh mellows over the campfire at night, count the stars and just enjoy life. You get the entire home which comes completely furnished with everything you need except bring your own food or choose to eat out at one of the many restaurants in the area. The area offers so many fun attractions so plan on staying as long as you like. Make it your home away from home.
And if you ever want to get married in a barn ~ we do that too! Our barn is rustic and elegant all in one and makes a beautiful setting for your special day!
Original 1870's dairy barn, fully restored for private events of any kind. Ideal venue for weddings. Also an acre of beautiful gardens for strolling or as the backdrop to your event photos.
Mission Statement "To promote the importance of consuming dairy products and the economic significance of the agriculture industry in Brown County, Wisconsin" How we achieve our mission: Throughout the year we provide educational resources, programs, and events at no cost to the school or community in Brown County. All programs are related to agriculture, dairy, and dairy nutrition. In the Classroom: Classroom Presentations Teacher Resources & Lessons Farm Tour Options In the Community: Health Fairs Brown County Fair Event Displays at Community Events Taste of Wisconsin Breakfast on the Farm How can you help us achieve our mission? Attend the annual Breakfast on the Farm which is held at a Brown County family dairy farm every year. All proceeds from this event make it possible to continue to bring interactive learning programs free of charge into Brown County schools and libraries. If you cannot attend the Breakfast on the Farm, and would like to support our cause, you can make a donation to the Brown County Dairy Promotion committee.
The Purpose of the Brown County Fair Association: Provide an opportunity for youth and adults to gather in a family oriented environment to learn from each other by sharing experiences and accomplishments through exhibits and demonstrations and to bring urban and rural residents of all ages together to learn about Brown County's history, traditions and accomplishments through agriculture, family living, and business. The Brown County Fair Association Mission Statement: The Brown County Fair Association, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation providing a family oriented event, known as the Brown County Fair, that is safe, affordable, educational, and fun for all ages. We strive to provide a welcoming environment for our guests and promote agriculture through exhibits and demonstrations. The Brown County Fair Association is committed to supporting life-long learning for our youth and our community. Our goal is to teach urban and rural residents of all ages about Brown County's history, traditions, and accomplishments through agriculture, family living, and business.
Burnett Dairy Cooperative is owned by 200 family farms in the Grantsburg, WI and surrounding areas. They also own a cheese plant in Wilson, WI - Cady Cheese. Services offered to farmers include agronomy, feed, grain, animal health/nutrition, propane/fuels, etc. In turn we receive high quality milk to make our award-winning cheese.
The Grantsburg and Wilson locations feature viewing room tours by appointment and cheese stores which also sell local gourmet products. The Grantsburg location has amazing ice cream, wine, and a bistro with grilled sandwiches, fried cheese curds, pizza. Burnett Dairy Cooperative also hosts several events each year including "Dairy Days", a Corn Maze, and Ladies Day Out. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
You'll find nationally award-winning, estate-grown table and dessert wines using grapes grown at the Kennedy family's 15-acre vineyard. Burr Oak Winery and Kennedy Vineyards is located in a region of glaciated soils especially beneficial for growing premium wine grapes. At the winery, join us for wine festivals, wine tasting all the great fine wines (indoor seating, plus outdoor seating in the wine garden with view of the Burr Oak tree), wine tours and friendly people in a congenial atmosphere.
Ag education and fun for families, corn maze, farm animals, seasonal events. At our farm you can interact with the animals, play in the corn and straw, sit on the antique tractors, take in a puppet show, scurry down the rabbit hole slide, sway on the pony swings, conquer the trivia corn maze, or select the perfect pumpkin. Birthday parties and school field trips welcome. The Gathering Barn at Busy Barns Adventure Farm hosts amazing romantic rustic farm wedding and receptions. Call to tour the Gathering Barn today to book your unique rustic farm wedding complete with a petting zoo for your guests. Amazing adventures at Busy Barns Adventure Farm!
We make the best traditional and specialty cheese you've ever tasted - without artificial growth hormones (rBGH), animal enzymes, or genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). Our cheese makers craft four million pounds a year of this great cheese. We buy milk from over 30 Wisconsin farmers, all of whom have pledged not to treat their cows with synthetic growth hormones and some of whom are certified organic.
Cedar Grove Cheese is one of the very few producers in Wisconsin to make Fresh Water Buffalo Mozzarella.
Visit the website for retail store hours. Call ahead for factory tours - groups also welcome.
Chippy's Kettle Corn, LLC are makers of fresh, popped-on-site kettle corn, caramel glazed kettle corn, cheddar cheese corn and our famous Chippy's Blend; a tasty mixture of all three. Also offering fresh-squeezed lemonade. Established in 2002, this husband and wife team travel throughout WI and IL preparing their goods for events such as farmers' markets, festivals, community events and more. Chippy's Popcorn Creations shop features over 40 flavors of popcorns, with over 120 created flavors. Also offering fresh-squeezed lemonade, farmstead premium ice cream, locally roasted coffee, locally grown popcorn seeds, WI brewed soda pops, popcorn poppers and toppers, popcorn bowls, retro candies and more. Gift baskets, corporate gifts, gift tins make great giving any time of year.
We invite you to experience the Midwestern charm of Clark County, Wisconsin. Come discover why Clark County is the top dairy county in the State. Enjoy a variety of farm fresh foods including several award-winning artisan cheese and meats. In addition to our dairy offerings, we have a unique variety of specialty shops, galleries, greenhouses, B&B's and restaurants. And, don't miss the great outdoor recreation opportunities including kayaking, canoeing, ATV trails, skiing, biking, horseback riding and more. Shop, Play, Stay in Clark County, Wisconsin.
Common Gardens is a multi-faceted LLC that operates a Bed & Breakfast, an incubator farm, an event venue, a charter bus and landscaping services from our 120 acre farm located 17 miles from the capitol. We are a leader in the new food movement, exploring viable business models around food and agri-tourism activities.
U-pick and we-pick strawberries, summer & fall raspberries, blueberries. Homegrown fruits, melons, and vegetables are picked fresh daily and offered in our farm store along with, jams, dressings, salsas, homegrown popcorn, ice-cream cones, and fresh bakery. The entire family can make fun memories playing in the Lil' Bumpkin Play Village & Petting Farm, pedal kart raceway, kid's zip line, and Country Bumpkin Express train ride all around the farm! Fall means pumpkins, fall décor, corn maze, catapult, wagon rides to the pumpkin patches, and homemade caramel apples! Nighttime corn maze, wagon and train rides, and campfires with s'mores are special events in October! Country Bumpkin offers wholesome family fun AND great things to eat! Open daily, late April - October 31. Take Exit 89 onto Hwy. 23, south 1/2 mile to County Road P on right. (Super Wal-Mart, Home Depot, and Kohl's on left.) Turn right onto CR P. Go 1 mile and the farm is on the left.
The Country Today provides a wide range of news and features about the many issues and interests unique to people living in rural areas. A strong base of news about agriculture - still the economic backbone of rural Wisconsin - is part of The Country Today's weekly coverage. The newspaper, printed and mailed every Monday, has regular features about the outdoors, horses, gardening, food, markets and a popular "Yarns of Yesteryear" page that offers stories from the past. Advertisers find The Country Today to be a well-read tool for marketing products either on a statewide basis or through small, regional advertising programs.
Located in South Eastern Wisconsin, just 30 minutes North of Madison, Creek Bed Country Farmacy wants you to have a Farmtastic time! In June, you're welcome to take a hayride up to our Pick-Your-Own Strawberry patch for some fresh, juicy berries. Or, you may choose to take home some delicious Pre-Picked berries from the Lean-To Gift Shop. Come Fall, bring your family and wind your way through Wisconsin's Largest Corn Maze. Take a long hayride to the Pumpkin Patch for a wide variety of pumpkins, squash and gourds. Check out the many other activities we offer. Enjoy a day of fresh air, amazing views, and family fun. Visit our website at www.creekbedcountryfarmacy.com.
A 245 acre fifth generation farm with pick-your-own strawberries and pumpkins along with cash crop grains.
Discover Wisconsin, created in 1987, is the nation's longest running tourism TV show. Our30 minute, weekly television series has covered over 1,213,200 miles over the past 27 years promoting various tourism destinations and events throughout Wisconsin. Since 1987, Discover Wisconsin has cultivated unique relationships with the media, advertising sponsors, and communities throughout Wisconsin. These relationships have grown and strengthened during the years. Today they are known, collectively, as Discover Wisconsin Media Network (DWMN). DWMN is a comprehensive media service that offers elements, which feature and promote Wisconsin travel destinations and can provide exposure unmatched by any other media package in the Midwest - and beyond - to an established, loyal audience. Contact Discover Wisconsin: Greg Smith Managing Director firstname.lastname@example.org
The wines from DnA Vintners are . . .high in antioxidants and bursting with flavor. DnA Vintners award winning Cranberry Wines have been a hit in local markets. This tiny wholesale winery in west central Wisconsin produces hand crafted wines in small batches from local fruit of the "other vine". Named as Wisconsin's official fruit, the mighty cranberry grows abundantly in the Tomah, Warrens, Black River Falls, Wisconsin Rapids and Babcock areas. Cranberries from Habelman Brothers Cranberries are used. DnA Vintners is unique in specializing in cranberry wine and produces a semisweet, a sweet and a cranberry wine infused with natural chocolate flavor. DnA Vintners has collaborated with the Wisconsin Cranberry Discovery Center and we are on #7 the Wisconsin Winery Co-op Wine Trail. Located in the village of Warrens (six miles north of Tomah on I-94) the Discovery Center will be happy to pour you samples of our wine. Pick up a Wine Trail brochure at the Discovery Center; remember, if you visit all wineries, you will receive a free pair of etched stemware. It's a fun excuse to visit all areas of Wisconsin and to enjoy local wines!
Door County's first commercial floriculture farm, grown in the micro-climate in the Great Lakes region of North America. Hard to find designer flowers for weddings and special events. Eight varieties of apples, five varieties of European pears, you-pick raspberries and bee pastures for honey production. Located in old southern Door County, rich in agriculture history.
A village of six gift shops located in the heart of Wisconsin's largest Amish community. Chuck and Kathy Kuderer and family (non Amish) became friends with their Amish neighbors and in 1994, the Amish began building the gift shops on the Kuderer's farm to have an outlet to sell their handmade products. Today about 50 Amish families sell their furniture , quilts, produce, baskets , jams and jellies, homemade candies and more. Each of the gift shop has a different personality, as the Kuderer's also work with other local artisans. In addition Kathy seeks out lots of fun unique giftware, which is tastefully displayed amongst the gift shops on the farm: The Amish, The Little Red Shed, Emma's Kitchen, Kinner Korner Children's Shop, Not So Plain & Simple and The Country Corner Ice Cream Shop.
Dunn County is a mix of rural and urban communities, centered around the City of Menomonie. We are an open and welcoming community that celebrates diversity and sensitivity. We invite a culture of collaborative thinking, and our communities work together for our shared futures. We have a strong focus on sustainable development and renewable energy businesses. We retain and protect our rural landscape and natural environment. We are renowned for our good health care, education and workforce development systems.
We are a small suri farm in SE Wisconsin. We became interested in alpacas in 2003 when we first saw alpacas at a town festival. We did research, visited a few farms, took seminars and finally purchased our first alpacas (after selling our lawn care business). We have top lineage from herd sires: Torbio, Bruxo, Ace, Fruzane Noir, Meteor el Nino, Midas Touch and Diablo. We breed for top conformation, density, luster, staple length and low micron.(comfort factor). As a small farm we can give individual attention to each animal. Our herd sires produce some of the best luster in the nation! We welcome visitors, but call ahead please to make sure we are available. In addition to alpaca sales and breeding we have a farm store with hand crochet items, skeins, roving's, rug yarn, rugs, horse saddle pads, and batting all from our alpaca fiber. Other items include socks, vests, sweaters, fur items, etc. We include reproductive guarantees on males and females. GROUP TOURS are always available & we are OPEN YEAR ROUND. We hold periodical seminars/classes & a yearly Holiday Open House (the first Saturday in December). Call or email for a visit!
Corn maze, pick-your-own pumpkin patch, giant 200' slide, hayrides, many other fun, family activities. Just 10 minutes west of Madison. Open mid-September through Halloween. We also host weddings May through mid-September.
Evans Printing provides excellence in design and production of print media. They personalize their service around your needs. Invitations and programs for events like weddings, parties, religious ceremonies and funerals will look eye-catching and professional. Similarly, their business cards, letterheads and brochures will make sure that your business gets the attention it deserves. For print solutions you can count on, come see Evans Printing in Sparta today!
Family owned winery that offers complimentary wine tasting, micro menu, gift shop, and beautiful views. 10 minutes from Downtown Wisconsin Dells.
Flyte's Fieldstones invites you to enjoy their marketplace, seasonal events, family activities and grounds for private events. In the fall, they offer a Corn & Hay Maze Adventure, Wagon Rides, Art Corner, and Giant Pumpkin Patch. In the winter visitors are treated to Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides. In the spring and summer there are Farm to Table Dinners and Farm Camp. For more information visit us online at www.flytefamilyfarm.com or "Like" us on Facebook.
Just an hour from Milwaukee, Madison and Green Bay, and located at the base of one of the country's largest inland lakes, Fond du Lac is the perfect location for a fantastic getaway. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Beckman Mill Park is located 6 miles west of Beloit, Wisconsin at 11600 South County Road H. It is one mile south of State Highway 81 and approximately 1/2 mile north of the Wisconsin-Illinois stateline. Friends of Beckman Mill, Inc. was formed in 1990. The group is responsible for not only the restoration of the mill, but also these other park attractions: new dam, fish ladder, millpond, frog pond, foot bridge, saw mill display, 1848 cooperage, visitor center, gift shop, creamery display, blacksmith display, nature trail, restroom facilities, vintage garden and storage barn. Guided tours of the mill are available for individuals, families and small groups on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 PM May through October. Admission is $3 per person. Children 6 and under and members of Friends of Beckman Mill are admitted free. School groups and group tours should make arrangements in advance.
The Garden Valley Gathering Barn is an enchanting rustic style barn with full service for weddings, reunions, graduations, conferences, and other events. We specialize in making your event memorable. We offer amazing photo opportunities with some of Wisconsin's finest dairy animals.
Givens Farm is a private residence that also serves as event venue. The "Farm" has a vineyard, offers farm-to-table dinning events, and will soon be the site for grazing cattle.
Wisconsin's premier outdoor classroom - Glarcier Rock Farms - is located less than one hour from both Madison and Milwaukee. Discover the fun with tractor drawn hayrides, pony rides, cow milking lessons, animal interaction and more! Take a guided tour of the farm with an experienced animal handler or enjoy a self-guided tour to tailor the information to your lesson plan. Open May-October for schools, day cares and summer camp field trips. Open Sundays in May and June for families and groups. Visit the website for special events like sheep shearing and fun activities for kids.
The mission at Godsell Farm is to educate those interested in learning about farm life before technology took over, and the humane treatment of animals - all the while making it a fun and enjoyable experience for all ages. Open for Field Trips and Birthday Parties March through October. Classroom Chicken Hatchery in Spring. Easter Bunny in the Log Cabin by appointment. Pumpkin sales in October. Santa in Log Cabin by appointment at Christmas time. Godsell Farm also invites you to join their Spring and Summer CSA - for a chance to get in touch with who grows your food, learn how it grows, and support one of Wisconsin's small local farms.
Govin's is located East of Menomonie between I94 and Hwy 12/29. We are a small family farm, owned by John and Julie Govin along with our sons, Kyle and Clayton. Our family enjoys sharing our farm with your family. When you buy products from our farm, you can be assured that you are getting the highest quality available from a family you can trust and get to know. So when you come to the farm, ask about a tour so you can see for yourself how your food is being raised. We raise a wide variety of products for you to choose from. Govin's offers 6 acres of Strawberries both U-Pick and Pre-picked, Lamb, by the cut or custom cut, and our all natural Chickens. In the fall we have our 11 acre corn Maze along with out 3 acres of pumpkins and lots of fun fall activities. You can also bring the family out in the spring to enjoy see and holding all the baby animals in our Lambing Barn. Here at Govin's we are a back to the basics type farm. We raise our animals the way our ancestors raised animals. All or our animals are pasture raised on our 55 acres of grass. We raise the animals naturally and free of hormones and antibiotic's. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Family owned store with plants, shrubs, vegetables, and novelties. Also, available - wine, cheese, meats, and hand dipped ice cream! Open May - October 7 days a week. Gramma's Café opening May 2016 offering deli-style sandwiches, soups and home style cooking.
Family fun event held each fall. Lots of activities, ALL included in the price of admission. Hay ride to pumpkin patch, pony rides, corn maze, haystack, huge corn/oats boxes to play in, tire playground, petting zoo. Hands' on activities: cow milking, corn shelling, hand laundry, apple cider, ice cream, log stamping, dress up. Puppet show, one room schoolhouse, see whitetail deer up close. Lunch available on grounds at reasonable cost. Lots of antiques on display and a working 40-foot windmill. Open several weekends of the season - generally late September and early October. Group visits can be booked for weekdays Tuesday through Friday.
Located in the far southwestern corner of Wisconsin, "We've got the corner on good business!" Ag related industries and industrial manufactures flourish and grow side by side. The Driftless area of the state offers a variety of businesses, activities, events, food and lodging to please an array of tastes. We offer some of the best wines, cheeses and craft beers available. Seekers of serenity enjoy casting a fishing line, floating down a peaceful river, or relaxing in a secluded campsite or cabin. Those who like a little noise in their fun will enjoy scenic vistas riding on a motorcycle, running their ATV on a designated trail or snowmobiling over our hills. Our small towns will welcome you and our cities will entertain you. Visit Grant County and get your own corner on a great time! Visit www.grantcounty.org/tourism for more ideas and information on tourism related interests. If you are a business interested in our opportunities, visit www.grantcounty.org/ecomonic-development. We are here to support and promote economic development through tourism, business, industry and agriculture.
The Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau is proud to represent Brown County's agricultural tourism partners. From cheese manufacturers and wine producers to farmers markets and field-to-fork restaurants, we love to promote them all to our travelers.
The Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) is dedicated to creating economic impact through tourism. The effects of our "invisible industry" benefit everyone living in Dane County in key areas including jobs, community services and quality of life. The latest important economic information released by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism clearly shows that travel and tourism brings additional dollars to the Greater Madison economy. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Events sponsored by the Green County Ag Chest include Breakfast on the Farm and Dairy Days. The organization also sponsors the "queen program" with a young lady from each Green County community selected as an agricultural ambassador. The Green County Ag Chest was organized in 1958 when the Green County Dairy Promotion Committee and the Green County Agricultural Foundation merged. Their objective is to promote Green County, its products, its resources, and its people - especially youth and youth activities involved with home economics and agriculture.
Held on the 3rd weekend of September in even years. For more than 100 years, Monroe's Historic Courthouse Square has served as a scenic backdrop to the festival grounds, with a celebration attracting crowds of revelers ready to yodel, polka, and consume cheese by the truckload. Highlights of the weekend include: • Big Cheese Tent • Old Time Copper Kettle Cheesemaking Demonstration • Cow Milking Contest • Family Farm Adventure for Kids • Dairy Farm Tours • Barn Quilt Tours • Three entertainment stages • "Taste of Green County" Food Booths (local specialties like deep fried cheese curds, cream puffs, and cheesecake on-a-stick) • Beer Garden featuring local brews • Arts & Crafts Fair • Carnival • Vintage Tractor Show • Children's Parade • Kid's Arts and Imagination Station • Huge Parade on Sunday - "The Swiss Colony Cheese Days Parade" - led off with a herd of decorated Brown Swiss cattle.
Green County Fairgrounds is a 38 acre multi purpose facility. We have a campground with 100 sites. We are on the Green County ATV trail and our facility is just blocks from the downtown square of Monroe. We have great halls for renting, multiple livestock barns with milking facilities and a track with amphitheater that seats 1800. We host many activities throughout the year. During our winter months we take in campers, RV's, boats and cars for storage.
Smile, and say cheese! You're in southwestern Wisconsin's Green County - famous for Swiss heritage and ethnic cuisine, colorful festivals, and tasty local brews perfectly paired with award-winning cheese. With two trails and mile after mile of paved back roads, Green County offers the best biking in the region. The scenery along the way? Cows grazing the lush green fields, colorful barn quilts, and picturesque dairy farms dotting the horizon. There's more: prairies, parks, a winding river - just right for a leisurely canoe trip; plus the only ATV trail in southern Wisconsin. You'll also enjoy the small town flavor of communities like Monroe, New Glarus, Brodhead, Monticello, Albany, Browntown, Belleville, and Brooklyn. Call 1.888.222.9111 or visit the www.greencounty.org for area lodging.
Come and meet all of the friendly animals at an educational farm petting zoo where the philosophy is "Learning Can Be Fun! Meet pigs, cows, goats, sheep, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, donkeys, horses, and more. Milk our friendly cow; pony rides for the little ones; hayride to the "Back 40" of the farm; play with the kitties in our "Kitty Barn"; lots of additional fun activity areas; relax in our picnic area with playground; pick a FREE pumpkin from the Pumpkin Patch in the fall; food, drinks, and souvenirs available in the "Feedbag". Visit the website for rates, dates, and times for May through October. www.facebook.com/greenmeadowspettingfarm.
Farm to table events, event barn to host weddings & retreats, live music and more. For more information contact Kitty Kosten at email@example.com
Pumpkin Patch offering hayrides, train rides, a haunted house, fall harvest items, and vegetables when in season. Check out their Facebook page!
Heritage Orchard is a great place for families to enjoy the crisp, colorful days of fall. Growing apples has always been our main focus. Raised for quality - harvested for peak flavor and crispness - sold fresh at affordable prices. Pick your own or choose your favorite from 20 different varieties in our farm market. Free samples are always available. Check "What's Happening" on our website for updates. Check Events site for special, monthly events. The apple orchard overlooks Lake Winnebago's east shore and was renamed Heritage Orchard (formerly Erickson's) when Vern and Ann Gasch purchased the farm in 1976. Although the farm was never previously owned by the Gasch family, their roots ran deep with three generations involved in planting, care and operation of the orchard over the years. The original farm house was Vern's first home in 1947, the same year that the first trees were planted. The Heritage continues -- a family business for your family to enjoy. "A Taste of Country" represents an inviting setting with fresh, wholesome products. Enjoy the green grass, fresh air, a fantastic view and friendly, helpful people.
Corn Maze (12 acres) with 4 separate mazes within - hidden checkpoints along the way. Also wagon rides, pumpkin patch. Open for group visits - please call ahead to schedule.
Hidden Valleys, Inc. is a consortium of nine counties in Southwest Wisconsin that works to promote economic development and tourism. Member counties include Crawford, Lafayette, Richland, Monroe, Vernon, Juneau, Green, Grant and Iowa. An annual visitor guide is published each year, and promoted at trade shows in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. Hidden Valleys partners with Tri-County Tourism, the Wisconsin River By-way, the Great River Road, the Wisconsin Ag Tourism Association, and the Driftless Destinations Motorcycle group. Visit the website to find fun festivals throughout the year.
We are the only farmstead artisan cheesemakers in southeastern Wisconsin.
Originally the Loosen Family Homestead, this 160 year old, 80-acre Homestead is Located in the Heart of the Kettle Moraine. The Farm has been transformed into a unique destination on Special Event Weekends. Enjoy a unique Rustic Marketplace indoors & out featuring artists and farmers presenting their goods in a natural setting. Visitors are in awe to see the creativity and inspiration flowing! Hours 9 am - 4 pm. Free Parking/Admission. 2016 Special event weekends: June 4th & 5th, September 17th & 18th, and October 15th & 16th.
Homestead Animal Farm offers fun and entertainment for the whole family - with an interactive corn maze, friendly farm animals and baby chicks, hayrides, children's play area, homegrown pumpkins, gourds, squash, and many other fall decorations. Open to the public October 1st to October 31st Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am - 6 pm. Groups and field trips available by appointment weekdays May thru August and also late September thru October. Watch for details on our Summer Day Camps!
A special event venue on a vintage farm of 50+ landscaped acres, with two converted barns - air conditioning, eight amazing restrooms, and high-end finishes everywhere. Weddings and corporate picnics are their specialty. Event rentals available April through November.
Voted Best Hotel in Marshfield, Wisconsin, Hotel Marshfield is an entirely renovated hotel featuring new accommodations, unexpected guest amenities, spacious meeting & event space and warm, midwestern service. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Hsu Ginseng Enterprises Inc. is a world leader in the farming and marketing of American ginseng. Tour their beautiful gardens and visit the world headquarters located in Wausau. Visit the website or stop in to visit the store. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Hums of Faith Suri Alpaca farm is a family farm raising beautiful Suri Alpacas in NE Wisconsin. Our location about 35 miles north of Green Bay gives people easy access to visit us, meet our alpacas and shop in our store. We are proud to offer Made in USA products, many of which are made right here in Wisconsin where they earn the "Something Special in Wisconsin" logo. Alpacas are "green" livestock, requiring easy care. We offer in-store sales of merchandise as well as on line convenience. Besides wearing apparel, we stock alpaca yarn made from the gift of fleece from our herd. Mill spun and hand spun yarn are in stock in natural colors and fashion dyed yarns. Spinning-ready fibers and raw fiber are in stock, and we can help you get started spinning your own yarn with Spinolution wheels. A big part of our enjoyment is helping others get into raising alpacas for pets, fiber animals or herd building by sales of our animals. Come visit us in person and meet the alpacas; or look us up online. Thank you for your interest in and support of Wisconsin Agriculture.
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Barn Quilts of Rock County, botanical gardens, parks, rural scenery. Bus groups welcome - call or email for sample itineraries. Call 1.800.487.2757 or visit the website for lodging in the area.
The season begins in early spring with greenhouse plants (vegetable and bedding flower plants) and asparagus. Early summer brings your pick your own strawberries and peas. For the rest of the summer you can pick your own raspberries, blueberries, and green beans. Jelli's Market also grows sweet corn, tomatoes, cucumbers and many other garden vegetables. All of our crops are sold in their farm store, where you can also purchase their own Angus beef, pork, chickens and eggs. In the Fall you can also select pumpkins and apples. In addition to meats and produce, there are games and entertainment for kids of all ages, plus a walking trail, farm animals to see, group tours, and much more.
At Jerry Smith Produce and Pumpkin Farm, we start the year in June selling fruits, produce, and pick your own vegetables seven days a week. When August rolls around, we pull out all the stops with our annual Home Grown Sweet Corn Festival. Sweet Corn Fest held the second weekend in August 10 am to 6 pm on both Saturday and Sunday. Event held rain or shine. By late September, we will have transformed our working farm into a child friendly, magical oasis where we live up to our name; The Pumpkin Farm! Ours is a celebration of the pumpkin and the Halloween Season with entertainment, hay rides, farm animals, corn maze, food, and field trips for elementary level schools, corporate outings, and birthday parties. We'll see you at the Pumpkin Farm!
We are pleased to introduce you to FUN in the Castle Rock - Petenwell Lakes Region of Juneau County. There are numerous possibilities for loading FUN on your memory wall. Water, Woods, Fields, Trails and Streams are synonymous to our Wisconsin landscape. Whatever suits your palette our Agriculture and Tourism venues are among the finest. We are proud to share this region with our visitors, friends and residents. Make the most of your days as you pour on the FUN!
One-of-a-kind rustic ambiance for weddings, retreats and all-occasion events. Just Trails Resort offers several indoor and outdoor venues including an abundant 1919 timber frame barn with heated indoor restrooms. We're pet-friendly and pets may stay with you in the cottage, log cabins or the suites in our 1920 farmhouse. We offer a "home away from home" refuge including whirlpools, fireplaces and kitchenettes. Our log cabins and cottage are separate stand-alone structures offering sanctuary and hideaway retreats. Outdoor activities and breakfast are included. Opt to stay on weekdays or the weekend soaking up the peace and quiet of our beautiful land. Spread out on 200 peaceful, quiet, private, organic acres with trails for hiking, skiing, sledding, snow tubing, snowshoeing and skijoring including rentals, lessons & guided tours. Also two 18 basket disc golf courses. We sell a trail pass for folks who want to access our outdoor activities during the day.
A "must see" farmstead ice cream shop where the ice cream is processed with milk right from the Kelley family farm. Karen Kelley, the family creamsmith, will delight you with familiar AND unique flavors. You'll find all time traditional favorites like Whitewash Vanilla, Udderly Comforting Chocolate and Leo's Butter Pecan. Be adventurous and try a one-of-a-kind flavor like Karen's Crazy Cake, Maple Bacon or Carmel Slow Moving Vehicle Turtle. Select one of several signature sundaes such as the Farmers Wife sundae. Come and sample any tantalizing flavor as Kelley Country Creamery offers over 300 seasonal and specialty flavors. Members of the Kelley family will give you a warm welcome and you'll feel right at home when you have a seat in a high-back rocker, savor your ice cream, and gaze down at the cattle grazing in their green pastures. You won't get an ice cream experience like this anywhere else. . . it truly is a memory maker. Voted best ice cream in America by Good Morning America in July of 2013!
Manufacturers of pure organic maple syrup in the heart of the Kickapoo Valley, Wisconsin's unglaciated area. Visitors welcome during sugaring season. Organic certified maple syrup, maple cream, and maple sugar candy are single ingredient products made of 100% pure maple syrup from the sap of wild maple trees. During the concentration process many trace minerals are concentrated to form over 50 anti-oxidant compounds, making maple the world's healthiest of all natural sweeteners.
80 acres of apple and cherry orchards, bakery, cider mill, corn and sunflower maze, bus groups welcome.
Non-profit umbrella organization representing the area in solicitation and servicing of all types of travelers to the area.
Rustic and elegant venue for weddings, corporate meetings, special events and more.
Retail Shoppe with Cafe specializing in Wisconsin artisan and farmstead cheeses, ice cream, wines and craft beers. Tour this one of a kind goat dairy and farmstead creamery. Open Daily 10 am-7 pm.
Any season of the year is the right time to visit Langlade County: The County of Trails. Whether you're looking to explore or just relax, Langlade County, located in the great "Northwoods", offers residents and visitors alike an abundant array of cultural, historical, natural and recreational options. With 842 natural lakes, 225 streams, 200 spring ponds, and over 130,000 of hunting acres, Langlade County provides unlimited hunting and fishing opportunities. The County of Trails has 530 miles of snowmobile trails, over 90 miles of AVT/UTV trails, 50 miles of Ice Age Trails, 16 miles of white water for rafting and paddling, and over 30 miles of cross country skiing. Come experience The County of Trails!
Since 1955, the Lautenbach family has been planting, harvesting and producing quality fruit products in Door County, Wisconsin. Situated on 100 acres of blossoming orchards and lush vineyards, the family estate is home to a winery, cider mill and farm market. Established in 1985, the winery resides in a restored dairy barn and produces most of its award-winning wines from fruits grown on the property. Estate-grown fruits include cherries, apples, grapes, raspberries, and pears. Several styles of wine are offered for complimentary tasting and purchase, ranging from dry to sweet, pure fruit and grape varietals, in addition to sparkling and spiced. The spacious farm market offers hundreds of Door County and Wisconsin-made products, featuring the popular tart Montmorency cherry. Also available is fresh bakery, artisan cheese, jam, salsa, pie filling, wine accessories and more. Bob Lautenbach currently owns and operates Orchard Country Winery & Market with his daughters Carrie Lautenbach-Viste and Erin Lautenbach.
We offer family fun activities, including a corn Maze and pumpkin patch, to celebrate life and create lasting memories.
Various breeds of pheasants including Chinese Ringneck, Manchurian Ringneck Cross, Melanistic Mutant, K Thunder, Chukar Partridge and Extra Large Ringneck. Offering pheasant products and other game, cookbooks, taxidermy services, chicks for sale, and pheasant eggs for hatching. Pheasant Farm tours are available.
Agriculture plays a strong role in Manitowoc County where there are more dairy cows than people. There are several great places to see farm and other animals - including alpacas. There are also several cheese shops, farmers markets, Pine River Dairy and Henning's Cheese Factory. Milk produced in Manitowoc County is used to make ice cream at Cedar Crest Ice Cream. Get an ice cream sundae at Berners' Soda Fountain in Two Rivers, "the birthplace of the ice cream sundae." You can also enjoy ice cream and hand-dipped chocolates at Beerntsen's Confectionary. You'll be sure to pick up some of your favorite Wisconsin hand-made specialties while experiencing many Manitowoc County traditions.
Amish countryside businesses (bakery, produce, greenhouse, quilt shop, furniture), World's Largest Round Barn, as well as other round barns in Wood County. Call 1.800.422.4541 or visit the website lodging in the area.
Join Martin & Lucille Wolf and their family for a day of fun, where families and friends can enjoy the natural farm surroundings. Memory Lane Farm, a 100 year old family farm has been the host of many fall events. The Wolf Family is passionate about providing people from all walks of life fun on the farm, and building strong children and families. They proudly support two local charities whose missions are to build healthy children and families: Children's Miracle Network and The Hannah Center.
The Menomonie Area Chamber & Visitors Center has proudly served thousands of residents and businesses of Dunn County,as well as thousands of tourists to the region. Located within an hour of the twin cities, Menomonie provides a wide variety of entertainment and recreation for visitors.
There is something for everyone to see and explore on this 4th generation family farm, owned and operated by David & Leslie Meuer! March starts out with the farm making maple syrup. The maple syrup season goes for about a month, and the public is welcome to stop out anytime for a taste and to watch. Once maple syrup season ends, work begins to ready the 5 acres of strawberries for picking in June and July. Work starts by uncovering the berry plants from their straw covered bed, and soon after our honey bees are put out in different locations here on the farm. Pick-Your-Own and pre-picked strawberries are ready in June and early July. July and August is fresh pre-picked Wisconsin Blueberries, and then its fresh bi-color sweet corn. August is new crop honey being harvested here, and then it's our 10 acre corn maze along with hayrides, farm animals, the activity area, and pumpkin picking during the months of Sept. and Oct. We are handicap accessible here at the farm, even the hayrides! Fieldtrips, weddings, tours and outings for companies and groups are available anytime. Because this is an active, operating farm - visitors get to see planting, harvesting, cows calving, and all other aspects of farm life. Once a month from May thru Sept., join in the "Farm Flavors" farm dinner series. Experience a 3-5 course fancy dinner on location, accompanied by a special farm presentation. Reservations are required. To learn about farming, food and conservation, while having fun doing it, plan your trip to the Meuer Farm today!
Llamas are extreme athletes that can carry all of your gear while you enjoy the hiking trails of Western WI. Our llamas are well trained and kid friendly. Let our llamas lighten your load while you enjoy the great outdoors.
Fall Family Fun! Open the 2nd weekend in September until Halloween. Corn mazes, hayrides, petting farm, pumpkins and squash. Everything needed for fall decoration. Try their famous caramel apples. Pick your own apples also available. Located 1 mile south of Cedar Mall on Hwy SS in beautiful Rice Lake.
Monroe County is a place of memorable impressions, unusual contrasts, captivating experiences and new discoveries! Explore the beauty of the area on a biking, hiking or driving adventure. Discover beautiful walkways, biking and hiking trails, rivers, streams and lakes. Discover the growth in Economic Development and see why businesses and people choose to live and work here. Monroe County residents work hard for a living and enjoy the quality of life that our area provides for a good family, "country style" of life. From horse and buggy to the space age, the people of Monroe County boast of a proud heritage of railroads to bike trails, Amish communities, shops, and friendly folk with great stories to tell.
Proud sponsors of the Monroe County Fair and the Budweiser Dairyland Super National Truck & Tractor Pull.
Visit a real country farm built in 1881 to experience a day of educational family fun. Open May through October, hands-on learning is what's in store with plenty of activities that will delight and amaze people of all ages! Guided tour with information about pigs, cows, goats, sheep, chickens, turkeys, rabbits, ducks, geese, donkeys and more farm animals! Activities include Milk a Cow, Catch a Chicken, Kiss a Pig, Cuddle a Kitten, Hand feed Goats and Sheep, Ride a Pony, Enjoy a Hayride and More! Also on site: Olde Tool Shed, A Step Back in Time Barn and The Olde Blacksmith Shop. All filled with antiques and nostalgic memorabilia. Although the farm allows carry-ins for you to enjoy a picnic lunch in our old fashioned play area, they also sell light lunch items. Fall guests visit the Pumpkin Patch to pick your own FREE pumpkin. Mulberry Lane Farm also hosts weddings - a clean, authentic country venue. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Munson Bridge Winery is located in central Wisconsin and offers a unique perspective on wine tasting. As a fruit winery they try to use locally harvested and fresh fruit whenever possible. The winery hosts music, Festivals and weddings during the summer months. There's always something new at Munson Bridge! Events include Music nights during the summer months, Harvest Fest in October, and Christmas Open House.
The National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety (NCCRAHS) strives to enhance the health and safety of all children exposed to hazards associated with agricultural work and rural environments. NCCRAHS projects and research initiatives include a wide variety of topics such as agritourism, safe play areas on farms, and work guidelines for hired youth and youth working on family farms.
Working with a broad group of stakeholders, NCCRAHS staff developed agritourism health and safety guidelines and easy-to-use checklists to help agritourism operators manage health and safety on the farm. Continuing to work with agritourism operators and other stakeholders, NCCRAHS also created the new website, Integrating Safety into Agritourism (www.safeagritourism.com). This website contains a variety of walkthrough scenarios based on different topics (corn mazes, hay rides, animal safety, etc.), to help owners identify health and safety hazards on their operations. The website also provides resources that can be used to fix these hazards. It's a great tool that can be used to help keep visitors safe when they visit farms and ranches.
The National Historic Cheesemaking Museum is located at the southern gateway to Wisconsin, just a few miles north of the Illinois/Wisconsin line. The staff eagerly awaits your visit to tell you the story of early cheesemaking which earned Monroe the title of the "Cheese Capital of the USA." During your visit, step inside the century old Imobersteg Cheese Factory to witness how cheese was made over a century ago. Each year on the second Saturday of June, join Master Cheesemakers and retired cheesemakers as they make a 90 pound wheel of Swiss cheese, right before your eyes. Enjoy a video showing the cheesemaking process in today's cheese factories.
For a complete listing of events and times that our delectable Masters grilled cheese sandwiches and cream puffs are available throughout the year at events and in Downtown Monroe, refer to the FAQs on our site.
Nelson and Pade, Inc.® has been growing in soilless systems in controlled environment greenhouses for over 30 years. We promote and cultivate success in aquaponics food production to help fill the global demand for sustainably grown, premium quality fish and vegetables. Our Montello Fresh™ lettuce, herbs, veggies and fancy greens are sold at our onsite farmer's market stand, Monday thru Friday, 8AM to 5PM. Fresh, whole tilapia is also available by order. Tours are available to the public on Fridays at 1PM. Private and group tours are available by appointment.
A nature and heritage center dedicated to preserving, interpreting and sharing the natural environment and cultural heritage of the area surrounding Coon Valley in southwest Wisconsin. Norskedalen has so much to offer in so many different ways, exploring the natural beauty, regional history and traditional pioneer heritage of the region. Historic 1890's pioneer log homestead, nature areas and trails, heritage farm museum, cabin rental, special events - classes - programs. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
On Twin Lakes is a 3rd generation farm family that offers grass fed beef, vegetables, sweet corn, pumpkins and vegetables when in season. They also have an event barn for hosting weddings and other events as well as horse camping and sleigh rides.
Pagel's Ponderosa Dairy is the largest single family owned dairy in Wisconsin. The farm was established back in 1946 when John Pagels father Carl Pagel borrowed the money from a neighbor to buy the farm. Since then the farm has stayed in the family and is thriving with many generations to come! Take a tour of the Ponderosa and learn all about the latest innovations in milk production (735 - 750 cows are milked per hour!) and alternative energies. Watch the milk from our cows go to our newly added cheese production plant to create a variety of cheeses. Pagels' Ponderosa will host Breakfast on the Farm in Kewaunee County on June 19th 2016. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Pearce's Farm Stand is located on the corner of County F and Hwy 67 midway between Williams Bay and Fontana. Four family generations own and operate our farm. We strive to grow, harvest and deliver fresh quality produce. Our farm stand is open mid-July through October daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. We offer homegrown vegetables, local honey, Amish jams, relishes and so much more. We are best known for our "Super Sweet" sweet corn and our amazing varieties of pumpkins. We also offer fresh, made on site donuts and kettle corn on the weekends. Our Fall Festival takes place the third weekend in September with free music, free cooked corn on the cob and free hayrides to the pumpkin patch. There is a free outdoor activity area for the kids including our famous jumping bales. Come check us out for quality produce and stay for the family fun!
Pica Grove _Image Allies, (Pie-Küh Grove), is a highly creative design team that collaborates with you to develop a shared vision for spectacular eye catching products that enhance your company image.
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The Pierce County Fair is the premier event of Summer; our facilities and programming will serve to present a year-round venue showcasing our strong agricultural heritage with the best in entertainment, education, competition and commerce, in an atmosphere of excitement and fun. Our motto is to create memories that transcend generations. Pierce County Fair - the place where rural and urban life meet. This year's Fair is August 11-14, 2016. To learn more about the Fair visit our website at www.co.pierce.wi.us/fair
Promoting business and community development in the Platteville area. Whether entering Wisconsin from Iowa or Illinois, Platteville offers the best of Wisconsin. Their official Travel Wisconsin Visitor center is one-of-a-kind, a log cabin-style building that is handicap accessible, with clean restrooms, and a Wi-Fi Hot Spot. Nearly all of the publications in the lobby are FREE, including maps of the tri-states and surrounding areas.
Educational facility adjacent to the Point Beach Nuclear Plant. Receive a presentation on electricity and how it is produced through nuclear power and a self guided tour of our visitors center.
A fun and educational event for families and people of all ages. The grounds is also available for livestock events, weddings, special events, group camping, and winter storage area.
Chamber of Commerce - Providing leadership for building a healthy economy and a high quality of life in the Portage Area.
Farm-Stay B&B, Summer Day Camp, Pumpkin Patch, and Educational Farm Tours. Milk a goat, cuddle a kid, collect eggs, and enjoy the countryside. Close to State bike trails, Mississippi River, and wineries. Handmade goat milk soaps and lotions.
Racine Wisconsin is located on the shores of Lake Michigan and offers superb hotels, events, and things to do. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast or a culture buff, a shopper or lover of architecture, Racine has something for everyone!
Located in beautiful Sauk County, the Reedsburg Area Chamber of Commerce supports a number of rural members who have blended agriculture and tourism and have developed it as their primary business enterprise. They are excited about their efforts to both educate and entertain our urban visitors.
Renard's Cheese is a family owned and operated business since 1961. Master Cheesemaker Chris Renard is a third generation cheesemaker crafting cheese the old fashion way. Fresh cheese curds daily and a wide variety of handcrafted artisan cheese - Cheddars, Colby, Farmers, Muenster, Brick, Marble, Monterey Jack, Mozzarella string, Smoked string and over 50 flavor infused specialty cheeses. We offer Door County Gourmet products. Deli - dine in or take out. Factory tours are available by reservation.
A family owned and operated winery/vineyard on 40 acres in Poynette. Free tours and wine tastings. Feel free to pack a picnic and enjoy wine and a meal in their pine forest. A Wisconsin winery proud to make Wisconsin wine
Experience the day-to-day operations of a dairy farm first-hand. Walk through the calf barns, free-stall barn and parlor and see where we store our milk, feed and manure. Roden Barnyard Adventures also offers "Barnyard Buddies" area, similar to a petting zoo, where the kids (and adults) can pet and feed the animals. Check out the website for info on day camps, parties, and events. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Have you ever wanted to live on a farm, bottle feed a calf or watch cows being milked? Then call for reservations, (608) 687-8575 for your own private homestead. Guests stay in a 3-bedroom secluded farmstead with a complete kitchen and central air. Beautiful scenery in all seasons.
A 4th generation farm owner and Chocolatier. We grow value added products on the farm that I infuse in to my international award winning chocolates. This includes fruits from the orchard, herbs from the gardens and honey from the farm bee hives.
What is a 'Kiwi' from New Zealand and a Hawaiian doing in Wisconsin? Passionate about family and nature, we are home. And in the spirit of inventiveness, we've coupled Wisconsin winters with summer lavender to create a truly unique experience. Breathe life into your day and join us on the Farm! Experience home grown lavender and lavender products.
Rural Arts Roadtrip is the 2nd weekend in October each year. It is a self-guided local art and food event primarily in Calumet County, WI. Meander along the 11 host sites with 80 artists represented. View artist demos, enjoy rustic roads, and savor local foods. Bring your coolers to take home grass-fed beef, cage free chicken, artisan cheese and honey, pure maple syrup, apples and more. Eclectic artists include glass blowing; stained, leaded, etched, and enameled glass; fiber arts; hand-painted yarn, handspun yarn, felted as well as woven apparel and household furnishings; wood art, chainsaw carving, scroll and hand carving, rustic furniture, barn-board art. Pottery, quilting, leatherwork, painting, metal art, jewelry, handmade soaps and more.
At Rural Mutual Insurance we have been protecting what we value in Wisconsin for over 80 years. As one of the top 50 property and casualty companies in the country, we provide a full line of insurance products exclusively to families, businesses and farms in Wisconsin. And since Rural Mutual does business in only one state, premiums paid here, stay here to keep Wisconsin strong.
Countywide Tourism Destination marketing organization, promoting the great recreational opportunities, visitor attractions, and quality accommodations in Rusk County, WI - the greater Ladysmith area. Come for a visit, make it your getaway spot, or consider making it home.
Sassy Cow Creamery is a farmstead milk bottling business owned and operated by brothers James and Robert Baerwolf and their families. Sassy Cow offers organic and traditional bottled milk, as well as heavy cream, half and half, chocolate milk and handcrafted ice cream. Stop by and visit our creamery store. While you're here, enjoy an ice cream cone and see how we bottle our milk and craft our ice cream. Our creamery store offers a large variety of Wisconsin products including cheese, baked goods, chocolate and more. During the summer, we offer tours of the creamery and farm by appointment. More information regarding tours can be found on our website. Store hours: Monday - Friday 10 am to 7:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am to 5 pm Sunday 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Schairer's Autumn Acres offers Fall Fun for Everyone! 7 acre corn maze with 3.2 miles of trails, including 10 checkpoints, corn maze trivia, smartphone games, and GPS characters - Wagon Rides, Pumpkin Picking, apple products, apple cider, Petting Zoo, Apple Launcher, Bale Fort, Children's Play Area and Concessions available on site - Open Friday through Sunday, mid-September through October. School trips available Monday through Friday - call for appointment.
The family current farms 1500 acres of corn, soybeans, and hay, as well as 20 acres of pumpkins. The Schuett Family features fresh vegetables including sweet corn at their roadside stand, a corn maze, pick your own pumpkins, hayrides, Christmas trees, grass-fed beef. Groups welcome.
Seaquist Orchards is a 5 generation family business, raising, harvesting, packing, processing, and retailing cherries, apples, related products and other specialty foods. We have an in store bakery, fudge kitchen, and greenhouse. With over 1,000 acres of cherries, and dozens of varieties of apples, our products are locally grown, locally processed, and loved worldwide!
Visit environmentally friendly farms, picturesque cranberry marshes and state-of-the-art food processing plants in the Stevens Point area. Located in Wisconsin's Central Sands Region, the Stevens Point area is one of the nation's most important agricultural supplies of potatoes, sweet corn, snap/green beans and green peas. Our region is the largest producer of potatoes for processing in Wisconsin with over 900 million pounds of potatoes produced annually! Nestled among an abundance of green space and 20,000 acres of waterways, the Steven Point area boats over 40 miles of recreation trails to explore as well as natural landscapes fit for birding, fishing, kayaking and more. Visit www.StevensPointArea.com or call 715-344-2556 for activity itineraries, travel resources and a complete list of lodging options.
Visit this hidden gem - Wisconsin's State Agriculture, Nelson Dewey Wisconsin's first governor's home site, and rural village. Learn about turn-of-century farming and see a large collection of antique implements including the oldest tractor in North America, explore the facets of life on a Wisconsin family farm in the early 1900's. Come visit us on one of our special events. Field Trips and bus tours are welcome. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Hours of Operation Every Wednesday | 4-7pm | at Stratford Homes Mission To promote fresh, affordable produce in the Stratford area while providing opportunities for central Wisconsin farmers to bring their products to a new market on a regular basis. History The Stratford Farmers Market was founded in 2012 by Bryan & Stacey Weichelt. In the first year of operation the market registered more than 20 different produce vendors from around central Wisconsin. The market received great reviews, including a front page story in the Marshfield News Herald. Sponsorships Sponsorship support is what keeps the market moving forward. Funds are used to promote the market, health and wellness, and the encouragement of making smart, healthy decisions for you and your family. This year's sponsors are listed on our Home page. If you are interested in sponsoring the Stratford Farmers Market please submit your inquiry through our Contact Form.
We proudly do things the way God and nature intended. Our TRULY pastured animals produce meat and eggs that are tastier and more nutritious. We offer pasture raised chicken, turkey and pork whose diets are supplemented with organic feed FREE of chemicals, medications and GMO's. "Naturally" raised/fed CANNOT claim the same. Our Icelandic sheet produce a gourmet lamb without grain, and their naturally colored fleeces, are great for spinning or felting. We also produce raw, filtered, non-medicated honey. Our products, and those of local artisans, can be purchased in our farm store. We host an Open House in the spring and fall, with demonstrations, tours and additional vendors. E-mail or call us to be added to our list for updates, store hours, ordering or to schedule a visit. Be sure to visit and "Like" our Facebook page and our website.
Unique greenhouse open year round. In the spring they offer annual and perennial bedding plants. Summer brings field grown hostas, daylilies and sweet corn. With autumn comes mums and a scavenger hunt corn maze. Christmas season offers fresh trees, wreaths and garland with a variety of gifts and ornaments. The quaint gift shop is also open year round and features local artisans and locally made wine.
This farm has been in the family since 1865 opened in May 2012 as the Barn at Harvest Moon Pond. The barn is an old English post & beam timber barn. Memories will be triggered as you take in the oak tables surrounded by Grandma's kitchen chairs, the 1800's reminiscent bar area, grand posts holding farm lanterns, and incredible 1800's stained glass windows luminated at night. Rental includes use of the amazing kitchen, impressive changing rooms and bathrooms. Relaxing on the outside deck lets you enjoy a breath taking view of pasture, woods and the three acre Harvest Moon Pond. Guests can wander down to find an outdoor seating area that's next to the 30' stage, surrounded by boulders and green lawn. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
The Barn at Windy Pine is a 19th century Wisconsin dairy barn that has been uniquely updated and turned into a fantasy one of a kind, magical venue for weddings. We specialize in making your wedding day uniquely yours.
Weekly newspaper serving Edgerton and the surrounding area. The annual Lakes Edition has a proven track record of reaching tourists and summer residents. Serving Madison south to the state line, east to Delavan and west to Monroe.
Orchard with some trees dating back to 1890) and farm market, bakery featuring home-grown apples in muffins and pies that are baked fresh daily, pumpkins, special events including live music, school tours welcome.
The Meier Inn is truly a wonderful Bed & Breakfast, nestled on 40 acres of peaceful land. The charming front porch is the perfect place to enjoy a 3-course breakfast using food largely raised on the very land you see. Enjoy an evening relaxing on the back stone patio, sipping coffee around the pergola or relaxing by a fire in the chiminea, under the stars. We invite you to take a walk on the trails in our woods, where you may be visited by the friendly cat Oscar, or watch the grass fed cattle grazing on the rolling hills. The Meier Inn is a Bed & Breakfast that absolutely makes you feel at home. Whether you curl up with one of the numerous books offered to you in the sunroom, prefer to sit beside the European style, soap-stone fireplace in the inviting living room or choose to relax in your uniquely decorated bedroom, you will not be disappointed. Artisan bread is made fresh daily and homemade cookies before bed will complete your home away from home feeling. Any season you choose to visit will instantly become your favorite! Spring brings blooming new life, with calves frolicking in the pastures. Summer offers an abundance of growing fruits and vegetables, with trees so lush, they appear to be painted on rolling hills. Fall will truly delight you with colors you could only dream of and brisk days just right for walking the trails. Winter will leave you feeling as though you are living out the scene in a snow globe, peaceful and breathtaking. No matter when you come, you will be treated with the utmost care of a prized guest and most certainly leave as a friend.
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The Rosewood Barn, LLC offers guests an intimate and unique Event Venue for all of life's occasions. From weddings, to birthdays, The Rosewood Barn's rustic atmosphere is sure to help create wonderful memories for the community around us.
Experience the sweet tartness of a freshly harvested cranberry, melt-in-your-mouth Amish cashew crunch candy or the saltiness of a fresh squeaky Wisconsin cheese curd. Listen to the clip clop of horse-hooves pulling an Amish buggy down a scenic country road or feel the rush of a jet engine powered tractor at the Budweiser Dairyland Super National Truck & Tractor Pull. Shop for unique Amish & cranberry specialty items at local businesses or shop for one-of-a-kind craft items at the Warrens Cranberry Festival. Get a behind the scenes look at Wisconsin's state fruit, the cranberry, being harvested at the Wetherby Cranberry Company Public Harvest Day or drive through Cranberry Country while taking our self-guided driving tour. Call 1.800.948.6624 or visit the website for area lodging.
Calumet County - a great place to live and work. For visitor information visit www.travelcalumet.com. Situated on the east side of Lake Winnebago, Calumet County is an appealing destination to those looking for great fishing opportunities, shoreside camping, farm experiences (including aMAZing corn mazes), and a world to explore in underground caves. With almost 10,000 acres of public land for prairie hiking, hunting or bird watching, nature enthusiasts flock to the State Wildlife Areas.
15 acre corn maze, 13 acre pumpkin patch, horse drawn wagon rides, farm animals, tractor tire playground, giant tube slides, fall foods.
A five-acre vineyard along with a winery and a Class A Trout Hatchery. Trout Springs is unique among wineries in that they utilize their entire grape crop producing a grape powder that is incorporated into supplements, chocolates and cheese. They also host four-course wine dinners featuring acclaimed chefs utilizing locally grown and produced products. Trout Springs Winery serves microbrews under their Sassy Girl Microbrew label. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Jim & Carrie Tryba are the proud husband and wife team behind Tryba's Simply Country Barn. They are a unique, state certified wedding and event venue located in Freedom, Wisconsin. They love to witness all of the special moments that are yet to be celebrated at Tryba's Simply Country Barn. Their History - Jim was a dairy farmer up until 2013, when he decided to sell the cows and move to Freedom. At that time, Carrie was running her business, Simply Country Floral and Decor, out of their home. Space was tight, and she needed her own area to work and grow her business. When they saw the barn, they immediately fell in love. Not only did it have an area for Carrie's Simply Country Floral and Decor, but the upper level was full of history. We walked from end to end, in awe of its beauty. It was then that they looked at each other and thought, "wouldn't this be the perfect space for a wedding?" Since Carrie was already in the wedding business, they decided to expand and create a beautifully rustic, yet renovated venue for weddings and events. Their dream is now a reality, and they would love to share this beautiful venue with you.
Valley Springs Farm Bed & Breakfast takes you out to the tranquility of the rural countryside. Don & Dorothy Harms welcome you to stay with them at their fourth generation dairy farm. Guided farm tours are available.
According to Vernon County citizens, the Vernon County Fair is: 1. the best in the state 2. great food, local food stands 3. family picnics and prize-winning exhibits 4. numerous people sacrificing time and talents to make it possible 5. lots of fun, many exhibits and fond memories 6. harness racing, demo derby, tractor pulls, draft horse show, Free Stage shows, Mr. Ed's Midway and exciting time. All of these are accurate of the Vernon County Fair, one of the oldest county fairs in the state. However, you cannot get the full scope of the event until you delve into the long and varied history of the 159-year old extravaganza.
Located just outside of Lancaster in Southwest Wisconsin. We have u-pick Strawberries in June. Our fall season, Mid-September through October, includes a corn maze, wagon rides to the pumpkin patch, farm animals, a trebuchet and air canon launching pumpkins. We also make caramel apples, apple cider donuts, kettle corn and more.
Let the good times pop like corks all year round. Vetro's fine wines begin at the vine in Jefferson. Sit, Sip and Savor the flavorful wines like Wap-atu-e, Nun on the Run or Lil Sassy Strawberry (chocolate strawberry). Don't forget to sample the Original Wine Slushie. A peaceful location and unique environment with a captivating view. Stroll through the gift shop to find one of a kind items for wine lovers. Every 3rd Saturday of January is the Winter Blues Bazaar benefiting Special Olympics. In honor of the growing honey industry we will be hosting a honey festival. Be sure to attend "Buzz Fest" on August 20, 2016. On the 2nd Saturday in October we host the annual "Run for Grapes" 5k benefiting
Farms, cheese factories, wineries - the perfect combination of ag and tourism. Call 715.832.0025 or visit the website for lodging in the area.
The oldest licensed Wisconsin specializing in many grape varieties. Tour the barrel vaults and production facility. Taste over 30 varieties of carefully produced Double Gold & Gold Medal winning wines.
The Walworth County Fair is one of Wisconsin's oldest county fairs (established 1849) and is an industry leader in agricultural education and competitive exhibits. Nestled on nearly 100 acres, the Walworth County Fair features a variety of family-friendly entertainment, featuring barns filled with horses and livestock, small animals, horticulture, antiques, arts and crafts, needle arts, photography, pantry, youth and indoor and outdoor commercial exhibits. Must-see Farmers Market & Old World Artisan Village, Butterfly Barn, Barnyard Adventure and Discovery Barn are award-winning areas of the Fair. North American Midway Entertainment presents a midway full of rides and games sure to please fair guests of all ages. Grandstand schedule includes a rodeo, Truck & Tractor Pulls, harness racing, horse pulls, demolition derby and big-name musical entertainment. Don't miss the auctions and the wonderful array of local and regional entertainment on the side stages. And food-food-food! Fresh cream puffs, cinnamon rolls, tempura, barbecue, gyros, elephant ears, funnel cakes, hot Wisconsin cheese on a stick, brats, corn dogs, lemon shakeups, full meals, great deals ... and so much more!
The Warrens Cranberry Festival - a tradition for more than 40 years. Giant arts, crafts, antique and flea market, cranberry marsh tours & parade. Held annually at the end of September. 2016 Dates: September 23 - 25, 2016.
ITBEC is an acronym for International Trade, Business, and Economic Development Council. The East Central ITBEC (Calumet, Fond du Lac, Kewaunee, and Winnebago Counties) is a regional collaboration working to strength the economic base through tourism and economic development projects. The purpose of the ITBEC is to stimulate and support collaborative efforts within the region and to create a mechanism to identify and formulate regional goals and strategies leading to improvements in tourism and economic development. The individual ITBECs are organized by the Wisconsin Counties Association to: Identify the economic development needs for its region. Develop regional public/private partnerships to expand economic development and employment. Co-sponsor business and marketing seminars. Develop communications and networks with federal, state, local, tribal and other public/private agencies and organizations. Create work groups which focus on the economic development needs for the region with emphasis on exporting. Facilitate political support for regional projects and legislation.
ITBEC is an acronym for International Trade, Business, and Economic Development Council.The Northcentral ITBEC is a regional collaboration of counties (Florence, Forest, Langlade, Lincoln, Menominee, Oconto, Oneida, Portage, Shawano, Vilas, Waupaca, and Wood Counties ) working to strengthen the economic base through tourism and economic development projects.
ITBECs are organized by the Wisconsin Counties Association to:
Identify the economic development needs for its region.
Develop regional public/private partnerships to expand economic development and employment.
Co-sponsor business and marketing seminars.
Develop communications and networks with federal, state, local, tribal and other public/private agencies and organizations.
Create work groups which focus on the economic development needs for the region with emphasis on exporting, tourism and other aspects of economic development.
Facilitate political support for regional projects and legislation.
ITBEC is an acronym for International Trade, Business, and Economic Development Council. The Northwest ITBEC is a regional collaboration of counties (Ashland, Barron, Bayfield, Burnett, Chippewa, Douglas, Iron, Polk, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, and Washburn) working to strengthen the economic base through tourism and economic development projects. ITBECs are organized by the Wisconsin Counties Association to: Identify the economic development needs for its region. Develop regional public/private partnerships to expand economic development and employment. Co-sponsor business and marketing seminars. Develop communications and networks with federal, state, local, tribal and other public/private agencies and organizations. Create work groups which focus on the economic development needs for the region with emphasis on exporting, tourism and other aspects of economic development. Facilitate political support for regional projects and legislation.
ITBEC is an acronym for International Trade, Business, and Economic Development Council.The Southwest ITBEC is a regional collaboration of counties (Juneau, Monroe, and Vernon Counties) working to strengthen the economic base through tourism and economic development projects.
ITBECs are organized by the Wisconsin Counties Association to:
Identify the economic development needs for its region.
Develop regional public/private partnerships to expand economic development and employment.
Co-sponsor business and marketing seminars.
Develop communications and networks with federal, state, local, tribal and other public/private agencies and organizations.
Create work groups which focus on the economic development needs for the region with emphasis on exporting, tourism and other aspects of economic development.
Facilitate political support for regional projects and legislation.
Fresh cranberries, cranberry wine, cranberry harvest day first Saturday in October, group tours welcome. Started in 1903, the Wetherby marsh is owned by Jim & Nodji Van Wychen. The Van Wychens not only market their own fresh cranberries, but also make cranberry wine.
Whistler's Knoll - a Vineyard with Character. The refurbished barn adds character and charm. Located only minutes west of Appleton. Whistler's Knoll is available by appointment for Rustic Barn Weddings, Corporate Events, and Private Parties. Check our website for upcoming Wood Fired Pizza Nights, Wine Pairing Dinners, and numerous Educational Workshops all open to the public.
Providing tourism information, assisting visitors and promoting the community and surrounding area. Visit the website for a business directory, dining guide, and details on shopping, lodging, entertainment, and a calendar of events.
Observation hall, 50 varieties of cheese, sausage. Widmer's Cellars are known for their Brick cheese - made the traditional way in the same open vats that cheesemaker Joe's grandfather bought in 1922. Joe is one of Wisconsin's Master Cheesemakers. The factory store and viewing area are open daily Monday through Friday between 6:30 am to 5 pm. Saturdays 7 am to 5 pm. During June through October open Sundays 10 am to 4 pm. Call ahead for guided tours - offered Monday through Friday at 9:30 am.
Featuring a 10-acre corn maze, 7-acre u-pick pumpkin patch, and wagon rides. Kids will enjoy the play area with bouncy house, kid-friendly activities and a petting zoo. Concessions, treats, and fire pits available. Fall decorations and vegetables available seasonally. Haunted House, haunted hay-wagon rides and haunted Corn Maze last few weekends in October (if you dare!) Wilke's is open mid-September through October - 7 days a week. Visit the website for hours and special events. Call to make arrangements for school groups.
The Wisconsin Aquaculture Association is the voice of aquaculture in the State. It is industry-led, producer-centered, and actively promotes, educates, and advocates for the economic vitality and environmental sustainability of aquaculture. WAA hosts farmer oriented workshops and sponsors the annual Wisconsin Aquaculture Conference and Aquaculture Day-the first such state resolution passed in the U.S. Legislators and state officials look to WAA for input on legislation and regulations and often seek opinions from the Board regarding new research, marketing, and financing programs designed to assist the expansion of aquaculture in the State.
Wisconsin Association of Fairs provides resources for fair boards - including food and safety, regulations, auctions, entertainment options and more.
The mission of the Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Association is to promote real Christmas trees, wreaths and greenery through marketing, and education of our members and customers by quality production of real farm fresh and fragrant products while protecting the environment. The association is your source for local farm grown Christmas trees, wholesale trees, cut your own tree farms, retail lots, live trees (balled and burlapped, B & B, nursery stock, seedlings), grower supplies, and wreath making supplies (rings, ribbon, pine cones, decorations).
Learn how cranberries are grown and harvested, see a cranberry canoe, test your cranberry skills, eat cranberry pie and cranberry icecream, purchase other cranberry products. Check website for hours.
At the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, we serve the people of Wisconsin to assure safe, wholesome food; consumer protection and fair business practices; healthy people, animals and plants; a clean environment; and strong agriculture and commerce.
The state's largest general farm organization representing farms of all sizes, commodities and management styles. There are 43,000 member families that belong to the Wisconsin Farm Bureau. Voting Farm Bureau members (farmers) annually set the policy the organization follows, and are involved in local, state and national affairs making it a true grassroots organization.
Members belong to one of 61 county Farm Bureaus, all run by a board of directors made up of people working in production agriculture. County Farm Bureaus are involved in a variety of legislative or promotional activities. Members join for various reasons: to support legislative and public relations efforts, to qualify for member benefits and to support Wisconsin's farm families.
WFBF is also a resource for ag education and resources - including the Ag in the Classroom project.
Cranberry highway scenic drive and tours, pumpkin patches, pick-your-own fruit farms, alpaca farm, fishing (rivers, lakes, streams), cheese factory, indoor and outdoor archery ranges, Christmas tree farms, wildlife area. Visit online for information on the "Spud, Berry & Dairy Tour" - including a visit to the UW Ag Research Farm, an onion packing facility, the Russet Potato Exchange, and dairy farm, and much more! Call 715.422.4651 or visit the website for lodging in the area.
Wisconsin River Meats is a family owned company offering locally raised Wisconsin beef, pork, lamb, poultry, buffalo, elk, and venison at its Mauston Store. We have a large variety of our own sausages, including summer sausage, snack sticks, bratwurst, jerky, bologna, and game processing along with catering. Group Friendly (Motorcoach) destination.
Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival - held annually at the beginning of September. The Midwest's premier sheep & fiber event, all within an easy drive from Madison, Milwaukee or Chicago, on the beautiful grounds of the Jefferson Fair Park, in Jefferson, Wisconsin. Over 70 fiber arts classes to choose from, along with sheep shows, shearing demonstrations, the Crook & Whistle Stock Dog Trial, newborn lambs, fleece shows and sales, plus educational clinics and workshops for shepherds of any age and level of experience. Shop in comfort in the Country Store, where over 130 vendors from across the nation offer everything from knitting needles to sheep cheese. Spotlighting the artistic and entrepreneurial skills of over 30 consignors from throughout Wisconsin. Hand knit sweaters, children's books, sheep pelts, scarves, rovings, yarn, fleece-lined jackets, vests, hand creams with lanolin, dusters, cuddly stuffed animals, home accents, rugs, hats, quilts, blankets, and more... For complete details and hours, go to www.wisconsinsheepandwoolfestival.com.
The 2016 Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular, will take place Thursday, Aug. 4 - Sunday, Aug. 14. The fair offers a unique experience to all who attend and is an exceptional value with 30 FREE entertainment stages, exciting rides and games in SpinCity, thousands of animals, endless family activities, events, contests, vendors and culinary delights. For the most up-to-date information, "stick with us" at WiStateFair.com or /WiStateFair on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, and /theWIFair on YouTube.
Wormfarm Institute is dedicated to integrating culture and Agriculture along an urban-rural continuum. Host an annual "Live Culture Convergence" - known as Fermentation Fest.