Organic Field Days

MOSES Organic Field Days give you the chance to see firsthand how other farmers tackle issues on their farms. Often, these half-day events include presentations by researchers, educators or Extension agents to give you the latest information and insights to help you grow organic successfully.

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Highlights from Completed 2014 Field Days:

Check back in May 2015 for next year’s events!

Beginning Orchards and Small Fruits
Mary Dirty Face Farm, Downsville, Wis.
Thursday, June 26

 

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Converting CRP Land to Organic
O’Lynch Dairy, Cascade, Iowa
Tuesday, July 15

 

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Diversified Markets Field Day
Foxtail Farm, Osceola, Wis.
Tuesday, July 22

 

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FourElements-StevensWheelbarrowGrowing Organic Herbs
In Her Boots – Rural Women’s Project
Four Elements Organic Herbals, North Freedom, Wis.
Friday, July 25

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Organic Seed Production
Prairie Road Organic Farm, Fullerton, N.D.
Saturday, August 2

 

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SoilSis tinySoil Sisters
South Central Wisconsin Women in Sustainable Agriculture
Sunday, Aug. 10

 

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StoneyAcres-KatCauliflowerProduce, Syrup and Livestock + Pizza! 
In Her Boots – Rural Women’s Project
Stoney Acres Farm, Athens, Wis.  |  $50
Friday, Aug. 15

 

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OnionsPlanning, Research & Intercropping on a CSA Farm
Genuine Faux Farm, Tripoli, Iowa
Sunday, Aug. 17

 

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DCF 1.0Organic Dairying and Cattle Care
Maibach Dairy, Bloomfield, Iowa
Friday, Sept. 5, 1-4 p.m.

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Improving Soil Health 
Wilson Organic Farms, Cuba City, Wis.
Thursday, Sept. 11, 1-4 p.m.