Local Organizations – Southeast Region

Southeast Region

Milwaukee Area CSAs
Contact: David Kozlowski and Sandra Raduenz
414-762-1301, info@pineholdgardens.com

Brookfield Farmers Market
The Market is Open May through October
Saturdays 7:30 to 12:00 Rain or Shine

East Side Green Market
Jim Plaisted
Executive Director, East Side B.I.D. #20
2122 N. Prospect Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 272-5823
(414) 272-5824 FAX
eastsidebid@sbcglobal.net

Fondy Farmers Market
For the past five years the Fondy Food Center has run the Fondy Farmers’ Market. Covering 38,000 square feet and open six days per week, it is the largest market in the Milwaukee area

Farm Fresh Atlas of Southeast Wisconsin
The Farm Fresh Atlas of Southeastern Wisconsin is a local food guide
for the Milwaukee metropolitan area and surrounding counties

Eat Right Racine
Eat Right Racine partners with community, business, agriculture, and schools to develop integrated policy, education, and action for a food system that supports healthy children, communities, economies and environment.

Growing Power
Growing Power is an urban agricultural organization headquartered in Milwaukee, WI.

Local Fare
The UW-Platteville Office of Continuing Education’s Local Fare project is dedicated to a regional vision for increasing access to Local Foods in Southwest Wisconsin.

Walnut Way Conservation Corp
Walnut Way Conservation Corp is a nonprofit central-city Milwaukee organization dedicated to sustaining a quality and economically diverse neighborhood through civic engagement, environmental stewardship and economic enterprise.

Slow Food Wisconsin Southeast
Slow Food Wisconsin Southeast (WiSE) encompasses the metro-Milwaukee area and its surrounding counties.

Sheboygan Area Local Food Alliance
The Sheboygan Area Local Food Alliance (SALFA)aims to support many issues related to both a healthy local food system and community.

Southeast Wisconsin Food & Farm Network
Southeast Wisconsin Farm and Food Network (SWFFN) is a collaboration of groups including UW Extension, Slow Food Wisocnsin Southeast, Michael Fields Agricultural Institute and Town and Country RC and D.
Contact: Deb Deacon, Coordinator
Telephone: 262-786-3837, ddeacon@wi.rr.com

Milwaukee Urban Ag Network
A network of Milwaukee-area individuals and organizations collaborating to support urban agriculture and promote awareness of the value and importance of a local food system.

Milwaukee Green Map

Mapping Milwaukee’s Sustainable Resources

Pantheon Industries
The mission of Pantheon Industries is to provide a full spectrum of opportunities for appropriate employment options for individuals with disabilities that will benefit both them and the community.
Cathy Magill, Greenhouse Director
cmagill@pantheonindustries.org
262-569-5531

Center for Resilient Cities
We build robust and thriving urban communities that are healthy, just, economically viable, and environmentally sound.

Fort Atkinson Green Map

It is our goal to increase awareness of green assets in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin; promote volunteerism among Fort Atkinson youth; strengthen the bonds between youth of Fort Atkinson and community organizations; highlight sustainable initiatives and create a tool which will provide for improved decision making in the local environment.

Victory Gardens Initiative
Victory Garden Initiative empowers communities to grow food, reawakening our intimate relationship to human and food ecology; advancing a resilient food culture: from soil, to seed, to plate, to soil. When everyone is a farmer, we will have a socially and environmentally just food system.

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