In just one lifetime, world population has nearly quadrupled. All of us want to eat well. If current consumption trends continue, the world will need 50-100% more food by the time today’s children reach middle age. That will put more pressure on land and water resources.Read more about "Food for Thought"
The Project invites Wisconsin stakeholders to come together and have a conversation about Wisconsin’s food, land, and water resources and the human demands that affect them.Read more about "The Food, Land & Water Project"
Tireless is often overused in describing advocates, but it is the best way to describe Tom Lyon. No matter what happens, no matter what setbacks occur, no matter how long we have to keep pushing to protect farmland, Tom Lyon is back at it with a smile. He not only is committed to farmland protection, […]Read more about "Working Lands Initiative"
View the Winter 2007 NewsletterRead more about "Newsletter Winter 2007 – Working Landscapes – Sustainable Community Development"
View the Winter 2000 NewsletterRead more about "Farmland Preservation Program Needs an Overhaul"