American Farmland Trust and Tall Pines Conservancy invite you to the launch of the Wisconsin Farmland Regional Conservation Partnership Program, an exciting new farmland protection collaboration in Wisconsin.
With funding provided by the USDA-NRCS Regional Conservation Partnership Program, American Farmland Trust is joining forces with Tall Pines Conservancy and 16 other organizations over the next five years to protect thousands of acres of farmland in Wisconsin. Join us for an afternoon celebration at the beautiful Folk Song Farm.
WHEN: Thursday, June 23, 2022 | 2:30-5:30pm CT
WHERE: Folk Song Farm, 4811 Pioneer Road, Richfield, WI 53076
🍓 Enjoy locally sourced refreshments in the beautifully-restored Folk Song Farm historic barn.
👩🌾 See how owners Dwight and Shelly Mayer are enhancing soil and water quality on the farm, as well as how the Mayer family permanently protected their farm from development with an Agricultural Conservation Easement.
🌧 Compare how various conservation farming practices perform during a “rainstorm,” thanks to the NRCS Rainfall Simulator...(no umbrella needed!)
American Farmland Trust, Tall Pines Conservancy
To learn more about AFT's Wisconsin RCPP, visit https://farmland.org/project/wisconsin-farmland-protection-partnership-project/
Thank you to the Ralph K. Morris Foundation and Folk Song Farm for their generous financial and
in-kind support of this event. USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, and lender.