Tue, Aug 03 | Full Circle Community Farm

Field Day: Full Circle Community Farm

Learn about Pollinators, Riparian Buffers, Organic Vegetables, Grazing & more!
Field Day: Full Circle Community Farm

Time & Location

Aug 03, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM CDT
Full Circle Community Farm, W2407 Hofa Park Rd, Seymour, WI 54165, USA

About the Event

Join us for a tour of Full Circle Community Farm and see pollinator and riparian buffers that were established last year.  Full Circle Community Farm is a multi-generational organic farm using conservation practices and managed grazing to raise cattle, pigs, chickens. Full Circle also raises 10 acres of organic vegetables for a 200 person CSA and larger accounts. Hear about the successes, challenges, and lessons learned in the first year of a new conservation planting.

Dinner provided and bonfire to follow at 6 pm

Speakers:

Val Dantoin, Full Circle Community Farm; Conservation Coach with Wisconsin Women in Conservation

Heather Toman, Full Circle Comunity Farm

Julie Peterson, Farm Bill Biologist, Pheasants Forever

Wisconsin Women in Conservation Host:  Kirsten Slaughter

Host Farm Background

Full Circle Community Farm: Our mission is to provide high-quality organic food while creating a community-based farming model that will revitalize farms and communities all across the country.

Field Day Details

  • Event is free for women landowners but registration required and space is limited.  
  • All women landowners are welcome to attend-- whatever your background, from beginners to experts!
  • Event will be outside. Please bring a water bottle, bug spray, portable chair, umbrella (for sun  or rain), comfortable shoes for walking.  Dress for the weather. Taking photos encouraged!
  • Event will follow current CDC COVID-19 guidelines.
  • WiWiC is a family-friendly space and you are welcome to bring your children.  We will have some independent kids activities available.

About Wisconsin Women in Conservation

WiWiC is a state-wide collaborative effort led by the Michael Fields Agricultural Institute in partnership with Wisconsin Farmers Union, Renewing the Countryside and the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES).  A three-year multi-faceted project funded by the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), WiWiC brings together Wisconsin women landowners to connect and learn about conservation practices, resources, and funding opportunities.

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