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Wisconsin project supports young farmers and butterflies
by Susan Bence
WUWM (Milwaukee's National Public Radio) Translate This Article
18 October 2018
On 18 October 2018 WUWM (Milwaukee's National Public Radio) reported:
Monarch Farms Project . . . pairs farmers in search of land with investors who rent the parcels at an affordable rate. As part of the deal, some land must be set aside for pollinators, particularly Monarch butterflies. Kelly Kiefer was born to farm. The rural Fond du Lac County-native is one of the younger farmers hoping to make a living in the industry. She and her husband Jeff Schreiber don't lack for experience. . . . Enter Robert Karp. The Milwaukee-based organic farming advocate has a knack for putting investors together with farmers in search of affordable land. Over the years he's helped forge partnerships to jumpstart farmers in the Midwest and North Carolina.
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'We're trying to bring biodiversity back on the landscape and organic farmers are already doing a lot of that work by growing a much more diverse range of fruits and vegetables and livestock,' he says.
... And when it comes to the next crop of young farmers: 'This property could also serve as a transition for some other farmers looking into it, so ... they don't have to move into their mom's basement to get started,' she [Kelly Kiefer] says.
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