Wisconsin’s grande dame of goat cheese, Anne Topham, retired this spring after nearly 30 years of making French-style fresh chèvre and handcrafted aged goat cheeses for the market.
The Local Hero Awards recognize outstanding members of the food community who are leading with their environmental and social practices, high quality, economic impact and commitment to building a robust local food system.
The Madison Area CSA Coalition supports and connects Community Supported Agriculture farmers and eaters.
Barry Adams of the Wisconsin State Journal profiles local Cheesemaker Katie Hedrich and her plans for the future, which are shaping up to be pretty bright!
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Marti Mikkelson of WUWM writes about the renewal of a Market once on the edge of failure that is now a model of success.
Milwaukee Chef and Blogger for OnMilwaukee.com, Jason Gorman, discusses how customers need to speak up if they aren’t satisfied with their dining experience.
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Move over Super Bowl, the World Cheese Championships will take place in Madison this year March 5-7, make sure to come and cheer for your favorite Wisconsin Cheesemakers!
Eliza Barclay at NPR has the story on the escalating tension between raw milk advocates and the FDA, which was spurred on by the recent injunction against a Pennsylvania farmer for selling raw milk across state lines to private buying clubs.
Wisconsin’s AmeriCorps Farm to School Program has created active and engaged Farm to School programs at schools around the state, and they are currently accepting new applicants.