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Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association
PO Box 944
East Troy, WI 53120 - 0944

262-649-9213 (FAX)
262-649-9212 (Office)
Email: info@biodynamics.com
Web:http://www.biodynamics.com
Description: Publisher of Bio-Dynamics quarterly journal and a member directory. Publisher-distributor of a wide selection of books on biodynamic and organic farming topics. Sponsors annual conference and regional workshops.

Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems (CIAS)
University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
1535 Observatory Drive
Madison, WI 53706

608-265-5200 (Office)
Web:http://www.cias.wisc.edu
Description: They were created to build UW sustainable agriculture research programs that respond to farmer and citizen needs…and involve them in setting research agendas. This means that human relationships are the core of everything we do. Offers many publications.

Central Rivers Farmshed
1220 Briggs Court
Stevens Point, WI 54481

715-544-6154 (Office)
Email: info@farmshed.org
Web:http://www.farmshed.org
Description: Central Rivers Farmshed is a 501c3 nonprofit organization representing all aspects of the food system whose members are committed to making Central Wisconsin a renowned, local food community.

Cornucopia Institute
PO Box 126
Cornucopia, WI 54827

608-625-2943 (FAX)
608-625-2042 (Office)
Email: kastel@cornucopia.org
Web:http://www.cornucopia.org
Description: The Cornucopia Institute is dedicated to economic justice for the family-scale farming community-through reserch, advocacy, and economic initiatives.

FairShare CSA Coalition
303 S. Paterson St. Suite 1B
Madison, WI 53703

608-226-0300 (Office)
Web:http://www.csacoalition.org/
Description: A non-profit organization that supports and connects Community Supported Agriculture farmers and eaters.

Family Farm Defenders
PO Box 1772
1019 Williamson Street, Suite B
Madison, WI 53701

608-260-0900 (Office)
Email: familyfarmdefenders@yahoo.com
Web:http://www.familyfarmdefenders.org
Description: Grassroots organization supporting family farmers, rural justice, workers rights, consumer safety, and food sovereignty.

Grassworks Inc.
N600 Plymouth Trail
New Holstein, WI 53061

Email: info@grassworks.org
Web:http://grassworks.org/
Description: As a member-based, producer-run non-profit organization, GrassWorks works to support on-farm research, education and adoption of managed grazing.

Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
W 2493 Co. Road ES
PO Box 990
East Troy, WI 53120

262-642-4028 (FAX)
262-642-3303 (Office)
Email: mfai@michaelfieldsaginst.org
Web:http://www.michaelfieldsaginst.org/
Description: Michael Fields Agricultural Institute is a non-profit education and research organization whose mission is to enhance the fertility of the soil, the quality of food, the health of animals and the strength of the human spirit by revitalizing the culture of agriculture. Sponsors on-farm demonstrations, bio-dynamic agriculture, garden students, and research assistants. A newsletter and publications list is available upon request.

Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES)
PO Box 339
Spring Valley, WI 54767

715-778-5775 (FAX)
715-778-5773 (Office)
Email: info@mosesorganic.org
Web:http://www.mosesorganic.org
Description: The Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) is a nonprofit organization that provides education, resources and expertise to help farmers grow organic. The organization puts on the annual MOSES Organic Farming Conference, the country’s largest organic farming event. MOSES also organizes on-farm field days about organic production. MOSES Organic Specialists answer farmers’ questions through the Organic Answer Line (715-778-5775 or 888-551-4769) and online at www.mosesorganic.org. This website offers practical farming information plus access to resources such as the Upper Midwest Organic Resource Directory, the Guidebook for Organic Certification, and the bi-monthly Organic Broadcaster newspaper.

Midwest Organic Services Association, Inc. (MOSA)
PO Box 821
Viroqua, WI 54665

Contact: Dave Engel
608-637-7032 (FAX)
608-637-2526 (Office)
Email: mosa@mwt.net
Web:http://www.mosaorganic.org
Description: MOSA is an organic certification group formed in 1999 by and for Upper Midwest growers.

Organic Tree Fruit Association
431 N Baldwin St.
Madison, WI 53703

Web:http://organictreefruit.org/
Description: OTFA is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to serving the interests of organic tree fruit growers and advancing the organic tree fruit industry through education, research and advocacy. Provides information about organic tree fruit production and marketing; sponsors events and training.

Organic Valley/CROPP Co-op
CROPP Cooperative
One Organic Way
La Farge, WI 54639

608-625-2600 (FAX)
888-444-6455 (Toll-Free)
Email: organic@organicvalley.com
Web:http://www.organicvalley.com
Description: CROPP is the largest organic farmers' cooperative in North America, with more than 350 farmer/members selling under the Organic Valley brand name. Selected articles from the members-only newsletter. Also see the on-line Root Stock newsletter.

REAP Food Group
306 E. Wilson St. Suite 2E
Madison, WI 53703

608-310-7836 (Office)
Email: info@reapfoodgroup.org
Web:http://www.reapfoodgroup.org/
Description: REAP Food Group is building a regional food system that is healthful, just, and both environmentally and economically sustainable. Publishes REAP Reporter newsletter and Farm Fresh Atlas.

Wisconsin Local Food Network
Price County UW-Extension
104 South Eyder Avenue, RM 240
Phillips, WI 54555

Contact: Jane Hansen, Coordinator
715-339-5345 (Office)
Web:http://wilocalfood.wordpress.com/
Description: The Wisconsin Local Food Network engages, connects, and empowers local, regional, and state organizations and individuals to build sustainable, equitable, and resilient food systems.

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