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Thoughts for Food: Restoring Natural Ecosystems on Farms

Blog 18Spring is a beautiful time, with flowers blooming and color returning to our landscapes.  In farming regions, color is returning as well in the form of diverse habitats and native landscapes.  In an effort to “restore natural ecosystems,” the potato growers of Central Wisconsin and the International Crane Foundation of Baraboo, WI have formed a collaboration to manage the participating farms as whole ecosystems. (more…)

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Thoughts for Food: Let the Season Begin!

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It’s April, and in the Central Sands farmers are beginning to stir and get ready for action in the fields!  The wind is from the south, and gentle spring rains are recharging the groundwater. The landscape is about to be awoken and soon to be thriving with growing vegetables–the Central Sands region is one of the nation’s premier potato and vegetable production areas. Just the warm and earthy smell of the soil after rain is an elixir to the farmers; they are ready for the season to begin! (more…)

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