The Wisconsin Food Processing Guide presents a comprehensive array of topics that must be considered by the food entrepreneur. It provides a point of reference and reflection for those starting up, scaling up, or even those who are just dreaming (120 pages; 2016).
UW Extension Community Development Educator Claire Thompson discusses getting involved in the food processing industry.
The WLFN is a collection of individuals and organizations (hopefully you) that all share a common vision for Wisconsin: a state that offers communities and businesses a local food system that supports sustainable farms of all sizes, a strong infrastructure for those farms and supporting food business to thrive, and affordable access to healthy locally grown food for ALL Wisconsin residents.
An economic development program designed to increase the purchase of Wisconsin grown/produced food products for sale to local purchasers.
If you have any questions regarding Community Resource Development in Kewaunee County, please contact:
Erin Dahle – Program Assistant