Democratic members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation are asking the head of the U.S. Department of Agriculture why state businesses didn't receive more contracts for a new program buying excess food during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says it will once again consider the collective environmental impacts of high-capacity wells on state waters when warranted. The move comes after state Attorney General Josh Kaul withdrew a contested opinion limiting the agency's authority.
After years of remaining steady, Wisconsin farmland values have started to decline. That’s according to a May 2020 report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, which covers the southern, central and eastern regions of the state.
The Farmory, an indoor growing center in Green Bay, provides educational programming about sustainable agriculture and aquaculture. It's also home to the state's first bio-secure yellow perch hatchery.