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Engaging the Social Aspect of Regenerative Agriculture (on site)

August 24 10:00 am - 4:00 pm


We continue to learn more and more about the interdependence of natural systems and how we, as stewards of this planet, must also learn to think and work interdependently. To achieve regenerative agriculture on a large scale there needs to be an alignment of the social, economic and environmental components. This event is focused on the social aspects of regenerative agriculture.

All who attend will have temps taken and must show proof of vaccination upon arrival. Face masks are also required.

If you are not vaccinated, you need to test negative the day before or the day of the event and show proof of that test. A N95 mask is required to be worn. Test kits and N95 masks will be available at the event upon request. Please contact Beth Baranski with questions: 563-580-6192,

Tuesday, August 24, 10 a.m. to 4  p.m. at Sinsinawa Mound Center. Check-in will begin at 9 a.m.

$15/person. Registration ends Tuesday, August 23


Walter Lynn: Social Connects the Dots – Why Is This So Important? Based on his integral involvement on mulitiple levels, Walter will share a bird’s eye view of the current state of the regenerative agriculture movement, the role being played by various entities, and the importance of the social aspect.

Tony Peirick: Farmers Leading the Way. Tony will share how his farmer led group (Dodge County Farmers for Healthy Soil and Healthy Water) along with 40 other farmer-led groups formed in Wisconsin are helping farmers to start to practice soil health.

Dr. Michael McNeill: Making Regenerative and Organic Farming Systems Work for You. Agronomist, plant physiologist, statistical geneticist, and crop consultant Dr. McNeill will discuss methods and reasoning for making regenerative and organic farming systems work, and will showcase successess.

Dennis Busch & Andrew Cartmill: On-Farm Soil Health Demonstration Project. Dennis and Andrew will share the results of their in-field rain simulation and rain-out projects with farmers in multiple states and will explain how this University of Wisconsin-Platteville research project relates to soil health practices.


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August 24
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Sinsinawa Mound
585 County Road Z
Sinsinawa, WI 53824 United States
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Janice DeMuth
608-748-4411, ext. 811

Sinsinawa Mound Center

585 County Road Z
Sinsinawa, WI 53824