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Conservation practice member survey due Nov. 15

To continue to track our progress, Peninsula Pride Farms members are asked to submit the information for our yearly member conservation practice survey. Through survey results, we are able to demonstrate the effort farmers are making to improve soil...

TNC cover crop incentive due Nov. 15

To promote adoption of conservation practices, Peninsula Pride Farms (PPF) is offering an additional cost-share funds to farmers to do trials of cover crop and planting green. This program is open to members and non-members and has three options...

Sharing great works with our community

By Don Niles, board president Hello again. Hopefully everyone is having an opportunity to catch their breath occasionally through what is shaping up to be an ideal autumn harvest. The wet conditions of two to three years ago are fading from memory...

Conservation Conversation: October 26

Join us on Tuesday, October 26 from 5-6 pm for our Conservation Conversation. We will talk through some regenerative agriculture practices to improve soil health, create new soil & protect water resources. Hosted by Kinnard Farms (N8200 Tamarack...

The proof of cover crops is in the worms

Peninsula Pride Farms hosted a Conservation Conversation on Sept. 28 at Augustian Farms. Aaron Augustian and Nick Guilette shared the results of how the corn performed in a no-till field that was planted green. Augustian said that earlier in the...

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