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Annual meeting brings farmers, non-farmers together

You can be a part of the conversation on February 15th when Peninsula Pride Farms hosts its annual meeting at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds.


The event has grown in recent years as more community members wanted to learn more about what the producer-led watershed group has been up to as it relates to their own land and water conservation efforts. This year, the group is welcoming Jamie Patton from the University of Wisconsin Madison Extension, Ricardo Costa from The Nature Conservancy, and Brad Gingras from Superior Strategies as its speakers. While Patton and Costa will focus on the health of the land, Gingras is turning his attention to how people from different backgrounds interact with each other. Peninsula Pride Farms President Don Niles says the conversations that have been held at past meetings and will be had on Tuesday are beneficial to everyone.

The annual meeting runs from 10 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. for the general public inside the expo hall at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds. The meeting agenda also includes a year in review of their conservation practices and updates on projects the group is participating in across southern Door and Kewaunee counties.

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