Altenburg's Country Gardens

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Altenburg's Country Gardens
Altenburg's Country Gardens is listed in the Produce Retail category in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. Displayed below is the only current social network for Altenburg's Country Gardens which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Altenburg's Country Gardens on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 63.

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7020 Plover Rd
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
(715) 421-2943
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Thanks to the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune for the article about The School at Altenburg’s Farm! The next meeting is Wednesday, February 8 at 6:00 p.m. at the PAC of Wisconsin Rapids. We'll continue moving the following needs forward: creating a non-profit board, hiring a lead farmer, and developing a fundraising plan. Come prepared to break into groups and develop plans of action. Please join us. We need your help! RSVP at hello@incouragecf.org or 715-818-6188.
A proposed farm school at Altenburg's Farm starts conversations about agriculture

Altenburgs Country Gardens, LLC shared Incourage's event.
The next School at Altenburg’s Farm meeting is Wednesday, February 8 at 6:00 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center of Wisconsin Rapids. The purpose of the meeting is to continue moving the following needs forward: creating a non-profit board, hiring a lead farmer, and developing a fundraising plan. Come prepared to break into groups and develop plans of action. Please join us. We need your help! RSVP at hello@incouragecf.org or 715-818-6188. Watch the full January 25 meeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7RTPsDCYqg View the Lead Farmer description: https://incouragecf.org/…/01/Lead-Farmer-Position-Overview.… The School at Altenburg's Farm informational page: https://incouragecf.org/lead/school-altenburgs-farm/
The next School at Altenburg’s Farm meeting is Wednesday, February 8 at 6:00 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center of Wisconsin Rapids. The purpose of the meeting is to continue moving the following needs forward: creating a non-profit board, hiring a lead farmer, and developing a fundraising plan. Come prepared to break into groups and develop plans of action. Please join us. We need your help! RSVP at hello@incouragecf.org or 715-818-6188. Watch the full January 25 meeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7RTPsDCYqg View the Lead Farmer description: https://incouragecf.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Lead-Farmer-Position-Overview.pdf The School at Altenburg's Farm informational page: https://incouragecf.org/lead/school-altenburgs-farm/
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Over 130 attendees joined us at Wednesday's event to learn more about The School at Altenburg's Farm! Visit this page for all the details - learn about the Lead Farmer position; read about ways you can help; and donate to The School. https://incouragecf.org/lead/school-altenburgs-farm/
Ways to get involved Lead Farmer position description Ways You Can Help overview News release: You’re Invited! Learn about The School at Altenburg’s Farm Contribute to The School at Altenburg’s Farm Donate here! More information If you are interested in or would like more information about The Schoo...

Here is some more exciting info about The School at Altenburg's Farm from the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune. Remember to join us tomorrow, January 25 at 6 pm at the Lincoln High School PAC in Wisconsin Rapids, to hear how you can help youth put their heads and hands to work on the farm!
Harold Altenburg and Incourage will host a public meeting to discuss the farm's future

We were excited to have The School at Altenburg's Farm featured on WSAW NewsChannel 7. For more info on this exciting project to help youth develop life skills through on-farm learning, attend the info session on Wednesday, January 25 at 6 pm at the Lincoln High School PAC in Wis Rapids.
For those who do not already live on one, a trip to a farm as a student can be a fun and valuable learning experience. One man has been sharing his farm with students for years and is now hoping those experiences can last beyond his years.