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- Event Barn
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- Farm to Table
- Historic Agriculture
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We educate, engage and promote the importance of consuming dairy products and the economic impact of agriculture in Brown County, WI through community events and classroom activities. We offer education resources to schools at no cost.
For visitor information visit www.travelcalumet.com. Situated on the east side of Lake Winnebago, Calumet County is an appealing destination to those looking for great fishing opportunities, shoreside camping, farm experiences (including aMAZing corn mazes), and a world to explore in underground caves. With almost 10,000 acres of public land for prairie hiking, hunting or bird watching, nature enthusiasts flock to the State Wildlife Areas. Once you've worked up an appetite visit one of our many supper clubs. Calumet County is the "Supper Club Capital of the Midwest®"
We invite you to experience the Midwestern charm of Clark County, Wisconsin. Come discover why Clark County is the top dairy county in the State. Enjoy a variety of farm fresh foods including several award-winning artisan cheese and meats. In addition to our dairy offerings, we have a unique variety of specialty shops, galleries, greenhouses, B&B's and restaurants. And, don't miss the great outdoor recreation opportunities including kayaking, canoeing, ATV trails, skiing, biking, horseback riding and more. Shop, Play, Stay in Clark County, Wisconsin.
Through its mission the Dunn County EDC works to be a pro-development advocate within the County to improve the county's position for new investment, to market the county and its communities in a way that encourages new investment and job creation, to encourage existing business expansion and retention, and to coordinate and support local, regional and state economic development efforts.
Explore La Crosse will help you find fun and lodging in La Crosse County.
We invite you to visit the Fox Cities, greater Appleton area! Enjoy a weekend of Wisconsin's Best Shopping, a fun family getaway or a relaxing couples retreat. With an abundance of cultural activities, dining and nightlife in our downtowns and surrounding areas, you're sure to fall in love with all that our 19 communities along the shores of Lake Winnebago and the Fox River have to offer. We hope to see you soon!
The Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau is proud to represent Brown County's agricultural tourism partners. From cheese manufacturers and wine producers to farmers markets and field-to-fork restaurants, we love to promote them all to our travelers. We invite you to bring your group to discover our new Green Bay Signature Experiences!
Events sponsored by the Green County Ag Chest include Breakfast on the Farm and Dairy Days. The organization also sponsors the "queen program" with a young lady from each Green County community selected as an agricultural ambassador. The Green County Ag Chest was organized in 1958 when the Green County Dairy Promotion Committee and the Green County Agricultural Foundation merged. Their objective is to promote Green County, its products, its resources, and its people - especially youth and youth activities involved with home economics and agriculture.
Hidden Valleys, Inc. is a consortium of nine counties in Southwest Wisconsin that works to promote economic development and tourism. Member counties include Crawford, Lafayette, Richland, Monroe, Vernon, Juneau, Green, Grant and Iowa. An annual visitor guide is published each year, and promoted at trade shows in Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa. Hidden Valleys partners with Tri-County Tourism, the Wisconsin River By-way, the Great River Road, the Wisconsin Ag Tourism Association, and the Driftless Destinations Motorcycle group. Visit the website to find fun festivals throughout the year.
Hospitality professional (30+ years) turned consultant. Experience with restaurants (corporate & family owned), golf clubs, event barn, and corporate retreats. Exciting new facility opening late 2020, early 2021.
Barn Quilts of Rock County, botanical gardens, parks, rural scenery. Bus groups welcome - call or email for sample itineraries. Call 1.800.487.2757 or visit the website for lodging in the area.
We are pleased to introduce you to FUN in the Castle Rock - Petenwell Lakes Region of Juneau County. There are numerous possibilities for loading FUN on your memory wall. Water, Woods, Fields, Trails and Streams are synonymous to our Wisconsin landscape. Whatever suits your palette our Agriculture and Tourism venues are among the finest. We are proud to share this region with our visitors, friends and residents. Make the most of your days as you pour on the FUN!
Any season of the year is the right time to visit Langlade County: The County of Trails. Whether you're looking to explore or just relax, Langlade County, located in the great "Northwoods", offers residents and visitors alike an abundant array of cultural, historical, natural and recreational options. With 842 natural lakes, 225 streams, 200 spring ponds, and over 130,000 of hunting acres, Langlade County provides unlimited hunting and fishing opportunities. The County of Trails has 530 miles of snowmobile trails, over 90 miles of AVT/UTV trails, 50 miles of Ice Age Trails, 16 miles of white water for rafting and paddling, and over 30 miles of cross country skiing. Come experience The County of Trails!
Agriculture plays a strong role in Manitowoc County where there are more dairy cows than people. There are several great places to see farm and other animals - including a live birthing barn at the Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center. There are also several cheese shops, farmers markets, Pine River Dairy and Henning's Cheese Factory. Milk produced in Manitowoc County is used to make ice cream at Cedar Crest Ice Cream. Get an ice cream sundae at Berners' Soda Fountain in Two Rivers, "the birthplace of the ice cream sundae." You can also enjoy ice cream and hand-dipped chocolates at Beerntsen's Confectionary. You'll be sure to pick up some of your favorite Wisconsin hand-made specialties while experiencing many Manitowoc County traditions.
Menomonie sits in the heart of the Red Cedar Valley in Northwestern, WI. This quaint little town was first settled by the Sioux Indians and was once home to the largest lumber industry in the world. Menomonie will quench your thirst for adventure with breathtaking landscapes to explore. Menomonie is home to Lake Menomin, Red Cedar State Trail, Hoffman Hills, Devils Punch Bowl, ideal fishing spots and much more. For over 150 years downtown Menomonie has been the center of the community. Today, its rich historic architecture is home to the world-class Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts, first-rate restaurants, and a large selection of independent locally owned shops, restaurants, cafes, breweries, and much more.
The National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety (NCCRAHS) strives to enhance the health and safety of all children exposed to hazards associated with agricultural work and rural environments. NCCRAHS projects and research initiatives include a wide variety of topics such as agritourism, safe play areas on farms, and work guidelines for hired youth and youth working on family farms.
Working with a broad group of stakeholders, NCCRAHS staff developed agritourism health and safety guidelines and easy-to-use checklists to help agritourism operators manage health and safety on the farm. Continuing to work with agritourism operators and other stakeholders, NCCRAHS also created the new website, Integrating Safety into Agritourism (www.safeagritourism.com). This website contains a variety of walkthrough scenarios based on different topics (corn mazes, hay rides, animal safety, etc.), to help owners identify health and safety hazards on their operations. The website also provides resources that can be used to fix these hazards. It's a great tool that can be used to help keep visitors safe when they visit farms and ranches.
Promoting business and community development in the Platteville area. Whether entering Wisconsin from Iowa or Illinois, Platteville offers the best of Wisconsin. Their official Travel Wisconsin Visitor center is one-of-a-kind, a log cabin-style building that is handicap accessible, with clean restrooms, and a Wi-Fi Hot Spot. All of the publications in the lobby are FREE, including maps of the tri-states and surrounding areas.
At Rural Mutual Insurance we have been protecting what we value in Wisconsin for over 80 years. As one of the top 50 property and casualty companies in the country, we provide a full line of insurance products exclusively to families, businesses and farms in Wisconsin. And since Rural Mutual does business in only one state, premiums paid here, stay here to keep Wisconsin strong.
Visit environmentally friendly farms and state-of-the-art food processing plants in the Stevens Point Area. Located in Wisconsin's Central Sands Region, the Stevens Point Area is an important agricultural supplier of potatoes, sweet corn, snap/green beans and peas. Our region is the largest producer of potatoes for processing in Wisconsin, with over 900 million pounds of potatoes produced annually! Nestled among the rich agricultural lands, explore outdoor recreation on land and on the water, from paddling the backwaters and sloughs of the Wisconsin River, to exploring the popular 27-mile Green Circle Trail. The fun continues by visiting local craft breweries, wineries and a distillery as part of the Central Wisconsin Craft Collective and discovering the local food scene. Visit StevensPointArea.com or call 715-344-2556 to order a visitors' guide to start planning your visit.
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Nestled within the forest, lakes, prairies, and hills of the Kettle Moraine State Forest in southeastern Wisconsin, visitor's flock to Whitewater for its many recreational opportunities. As you experience Whitewater, one thing you will notice is the friendly, caring people who will welcome you. We've been waiting for your visit and look forward to showing you our city. Native Americans once referred to Whitewater as "Minneiska," meaning the city beautiful. Later, Potawatomi Native Americans used the term "Waubegannawpocat," meaning white water, named after the whitish sands in the creek bottoms. http://www.facebook.com/whitewatertourismcouncil
Wisconsin Association of Fairs provides resources for fair boards - including food and safety, regulations, auctions, entertainment options and more.
The mission of the Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Association is to promote real Christmas trees, wreaths and greenery through marketing, and education of our members and customers by quality production of real farm fresh and fragrant products while protecting the environment. The association is your source for local farm grown Christmas trees, wholesale trees, cut your own tree farms, retail lots, live trees (balled and burlapped, B & B, nursery stock, seedlings), grower supplies, and wreath making supplies (rings, ribbon, pine cones, decorations).
At the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, we serve the people of Wisconsin to assure safe, wholesome food; consumer protection and fair business practices; healthy people, animals and plants; a clean environment; and strong agriculture and commerce.
The state's largest general farm organization representing farms of all sizes, commodities and management styles. There are 43,000 member families that belong to the Wisconsin Farm Bureau. Voting Farm Bureau members (farmers) annually set the policy the organization follows, and are involved in local, state and national affairs making it a true grassroots organization. Members belong to one of 61 county Farm Bureaus, all run by a board of directors made up of people working in production agriculture. County Farm Bureaus are involved in a variety of legislative or promotional activities. Members join for various reasons: to support legislative and public relations efforts, to qualify for member benefits and to support Wisconsin's farm families. WFBF is also a resource for ag education and resources - including the Ag in the Classroom project.
Wisconsin Farmers Union is a member-driven farm organization committed to enhancing the quality of life for family farmers, rural communities, and all people through educational opportunities, cooperative endeavors, and civic engagement.
The Wisconsin Rapids area is known as cranberry country and proud of it! During harvest season, which is late September through late October you can take a cranberry harvest tour or a self-guided drive down the Cranberry Highway and experience the colors of fall. We also have a variety of local farms and farmers markets in our area. To learn more about having a cranberry experience, or agritourism in our area go www.VisitWisRapids.com and check out the Cranberries or Farms, Farmers Markets and Agritourism information under the Attractions section.
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