By Tim Kowols
A panel discussion featuring farmers and other agriculture and conservation professionals will highlight the second annual meeting for Peninsula Pride Farms this Wednesday in Luxemburg. Farmers Tony Brey, Don Niles, and Randy Ebert, Steve Richter from The Nature Conservancy, Davina Bonness of the Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation Department, Nick Guilette of AgSource Laboratories, and Dennis Frame from Timber Ridge Consulting will discuss the role agriculture has to protect its environment through innovative and collaborative means. Niles says the annual meeting is not just for farmers, but for those wanting to learn more about what Peninsula Pride Farms is doing through its Natural Resources Conservation Service demonstration network and other initiatives.
The annual meeting takes place beginning at 9:30 a.m. at The Rendezvous of Luxemburg and is open to non-members until 1 p.m. We have registration information posted online with this story.