New western Wisconsin conservation council aims to be proactive, inclusive

The Country Today
April 13, 2018
By The Country Today
New western Wisconsin conservation council aims to be proactive, inclusive
Photo by Andy Kelly on Unsplash
Hammond, WI - The new Western Wisconsin Conservation Council is a nonprofit organization led by local farmers and focused on protecting the region's watersheds and the way of life and commerce they support.

Tom Zwald, who milks 700 cows and runs about 2,000 acres as part of Bomaz Farms near Hammond, said this farmer-led watershed council is unique in that it will not be limited to one watershed but will include all area watersheds, including those for the St. Croix and Kinnickinnic rivers. | READ MORE

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