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Accomplishments, goals propel water quality group forward

By Mary Hookham for PPF For nearly four years now, Peninsula Pride Farms has been providing incentives and encouragement to Door and Kewaunee county farmers to continuously improve practices that protect and improve water quality. Those efforts are...

Meet Nick Guilette!

What was your prior role at AgSource, and what is your current job with Ebert Enterprises? At AgSource I was responsible for completing nutrient management plans (NMP) and other relevant permit application work for clients in mainly northeastern...

Here’s to a new year for PPF!

By Don Niles, president Greetings once again! It seems like we just started Peninsula Pride Farms, but the reality is we are wrapping up our fourth year. If we take a moment to reflect, we have come a very long way as an organization, and as...

Feb. 13 – 2020 PPF annual meeting

  Conference & Annual Meeting  9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13  Kewaunee County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall 625 3rd St Luxemburg, WI 54217 Registration is open! 9:30 a.m. | Registration, networking, collection of member dues...

PPF awarded DATCP grant

Conservation grant will help PPF in watershed work Peninsula Pride Farms has received a state grant to continue the farmer-led watershed conservation group’s mission of protecting and improving soil and water quality in northeastern Wisconsin. The...

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