The Central Wisconsin Sustainability Newsletter is a collection of local, regional, national and international articles related to a variety of sustainability subjects focused on helping people learn about issues, research and events that impact sustainability in Central Wisconsin. Topic areas include food, farming, sustainable energy, and environmental health covering issues involving land, air and water. A separate topic area provides articles on more in-depth pesticide research.

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Upcoming Events

Levitt AMP Stevens Point Music Series

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June 6 – August 8, 2019

Pfiffner Pioneer Park

The third Levitt AMP Stevens Point Music Series will take place along the Wisconsin River in the lush, historically rich Pfiffner Pioneer Park, cultivating a deeper sense of neighborhood identity and strengthening the social and economic fabric of the community. Through free, live music, the 2019 series aims to empower residents of all ages and backgrounds to come together to envision and shape the direction of Steven Point’s downtown and riverfront.

Presented by CREATE Portage County, a nonprofit that leads community development efforts through continued arts advocacy and creative placemaking, in partnership with the City of Stevens Point.

Concert Schedule.

For concert schedule updates due to weather, please visit CREATE Portage County’s FacebookInstagramor Twitter pages.

Women Caring for the Land

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July, August, September
Local Wisconsin Sustainable Farms Tours

Women Caring for the Land was created by the Women Food & Agriculture Network to serve women farmland landowners interested in learning more about conservation. The events provide women landowners an opportunity to network with peers and learn from resource professionals.

Registration and networking kick off a half hour before each event’s start time. All will include a potluck (main dish provided) so bring a dish to pass. Please dress for walking in fields. Men are welcome to join for the farm tour portion of the day; however, we do request that the learning circle space is for women only. The Women Caring for the Land series was developed by the Women, Food and Agriculture Network.

For a list of farms, locations and dates, download the Women Caring for the Land 2019 Flyer

Please RSVP at 715-723-5561 or at www.wisconsinfarmersunion.com/events.