From eggplants to emus, sheep to solar energy, bed & breakfasts to beef – seven Wisconsin farms offer a unique diversity of farm experiences in one afternoon.
Come celebrate summer bounty by visiting small family farms led by Wisconsin women committed to local agriculture and a healthy, fresh future for our children.
It’s FREE and open to the public. No registration is needed. Pack your boots and bring a cooler! There will be opportunities to purchase farm fresh produce and meats.
UPDATE: Lucky Dog Farm Stay will no longer be on the August 5th Tour due to a family emergency. Please mark this change on your printed brochure or flyer.
Click on the event flyer below for more information.
Please see our FAQS page to help answer questions about the farm tour. Didn’t get the answer to your question? Contact: Lisa Kivirist, MOSES Rural Women’s Project & Inn Serendipity B&B, email@example.com 608-329-7056.
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