Results tagged with 'Agriculture'
Published June 9, 2017
A long-standing Wisconsin tradition took effect this week as Crystal Siemers-Peterman began her role as the state's 70th Alice in Dairyland. The annual position began in 1948, and today's Alice plays a distinctly different role for Wisconsin than in the past.
Published April 24, 2015
According to a Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service report, students at Milwaukee Environmental Sciences (MES) - an MPS charter school at 6600 W. Melvina St. - kicked off their Earth Day celebration with a first glimpse of their new, mobile greenhouse.
Published March 26, 2014
OnMilwaukee.com checks in with Kristin Olson, who is in the final months of her tenure as Alice in Dairyland, to see how the year has progressed, what's still on deck and to learn more about Wisconsin potatoes. Yes, potatoes.
Published Oct. 26, 2012
There's no denying it, I'm a city boy through and through. Yet when the offer to ride along in a combine, harvesting soybeans arrived in my inbox, I couldn't reply fast enough. A mere 75 minutes from my desk and I was sitting in the jump seat of a John Deere 9500 - at about $250,000, by far the most expensive wheeled vehicle I've ever taken a ride in - on Jeff Gaska's farm near Columbus.
Published Aug. 11, 2012
After writing about Milwaukee's brewing history and about "Forgotten Tales of Wisconsin" for The History Press, local scribe Martin Hintz pitched the idea of a book about Badger State agriculture to the South Carolina-based publisher. "It was sort of 'plant the seed of an idea' and an editor will come," jokes Hintz. That seed has grown into "Wisconsin Farm Lore: Kicking Cows, Giant Pumpkins and Other Tales from the Back Forty," out now in paperback.
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“Agriculture Remains Basic to Trade”by Arthur I. Cyr World Bank President Robert Zoellick warned Sunday at the Washington conference with the International Monetary Fund that food price inflation may drive one hu...
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