Wisconsin Agricultural Tourism Association Inc.


March 2019

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  • 2 - 3
  • Food Leader Certificate Program
    249 E. Concordia
    3 Weekends, All Day
    THE FOOD LEADER CERTIFICATION PROGRAM creates food system changers equipped with the tools to lead their community toward a better food system for all. Participants learn about growing food, food justice, community organizing, and leadership. Upon completion of the program, Food Leaders will be presented with a formal Food Leader Certificate. March 2-3, 2019 | Relationship Building & Leadership Identity | Crafting Your Vision March 23-24, 2019 |Equity & The Food System | Project Management April 13- 14, 2019 | The Food System | Project Presentation Move Grass Classes (optional) LEAD a personally developed food system project that impacts individuals and communities. Develop as a leader by practicing leadership, project planning and management, and team skills throughout your project. CONNECT with fellow Food Leaders through active participation in weekend retreats, unite with past leaders as mentors, and learn important community-building strategies that instill community connection. LEARN about the current food system, how it impacts health and the environment all while gaining crucial project management skills associated with leading a food system changing project. GROW your own food, inspire others, and build a community that benefits from a socially just, environmentally sustainable, nutritious food system for all.
    Beverly Tyree
    (414) 431-0888
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  • Central Rivers Farmshed Local Food Fair
    Stevens Point
    1220 Briggs Court
    Community Potluck Series is a monthly themed dinner that invites community members to join each other for great food and conversation. Bring a small dish to pass and meet others with similar interests! The event is family friendly and FREE. These are held every second Tuesday of the month from 6:30 to 8:00pm at Farmshed’s downtown greenhouse site. Visit our Facebook page for details and themes for the upcoming month!
  • 23 - 14
  • Lambing Time & Farm Babies at Govin's Farm
    N6134 670TH ST
    Saturdays & Sundays only from 9am-4pm
    Bounce into spring and experience all the farm babies here at Govin's farm. While you are here you will be able to hold lambs, chicks, goats and piglets. With 100's of babies due, you might even be able to witness a birth of a farm baby. This is a great opportunity to learn about our farm and experience the farm animals. There is also face painting and pony rides to enjoy. Lunch & snacks available.
    Julie Govin
    (715) 231-2377
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