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Gardening
  • Build Your Own Tabletop Microfarm - Download
    This simple frame will allow you to start your own transplants from seed or raise herbs or salad greens indoors.

Gardening and Arthritis
  • Gardening and Arthritis Research Project - Download
    Arthritis can create limitations and prevent people from living the life they want to live. Brown County UW-Extension, in conjunction with the Wisconsin Arthritis Program and the Centers for Disease Control, led a research project to examine gardening’s ability to reduce these limitations by learning new techniques that reduce stress on joints, improving body mechanics, and having the opportunity to test several gardening tools.

  • Gardening and Arthritis: Tips and Techniques for Lifelong Gardening Enjoyment - Download
    By following some basic insturctions, gardening can remain a lifelong activity.

  • Gardening With Arthritis - Download
    An article from Outpost Exchange magazine which describes some helpful tips for making your gardening more enjoyable.

Got Dirt?
  • Got Dirt? Toolkit - Download
    The Got Dirt? Toolkit is a resource for teachers and childcare providers who want to start a garden at their facility. This manual covers the basic steps to starting a successful garden. This is a very large document and may take several minutes to download.

Local Food
  • Meeting the Challenges of Direct Marketing - Download
    Farm marketing, while challenging, is an exciting and rewarding business. This bulletin will help you to identify and meet these challenges in order to increase your profits.

  • Selling to Institutions - Download
    Growers can increase their earnings by selling to institutions. This report will highlight some of the items to be considered before entering this field.

Organic Learning Center
  • Diagnosing Apple Problems During the Fall Harvest Season - Download
    The key to proper protection of apple fruit is to understand that there are many very common pest problems and that effective control requires correct diagnosis of the insect or disease that causes the problem. While harvest time is too late to protect this year's crop, it is the ideal time to identify problems in order to avoid them the following year.

  • Discovering Asian Vegetables - Download
    Asian vegetables offer a host of unique flavors and are quick and easy to prepare. In many Asian cultures, meat is used sparingly and therefore the meal centers around the unique flavor of the vegetables.
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