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WiWiC Funding Extended -- Focus On Urban Ag

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Urban agriculture is growing in popularity. Here in Wisconsin, it’s gotten support from the federal government. Wisconsin Women in Conservation is a statewide project that’s funded by USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. It’s led by the Michael Fields Agricultural Institute. The project started in 2020 with a focus on helping women farmers across the state in their conservation plan. But it’s grown to encompass urban farmers as well. Noemy Serrano is a district coordinator with the project, serving southeast Wisconsin, including Milwaukee. She says participation has grown from around 1,300 women in 2021 to over 2,000 in 2022.

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