1000 Friends of Wisconsin board member Jim Matson wrote the paper “Food, Land and Water – Can Wisconsin Find Its Way?” as background for the Food, Land & Water initiative recently launched by the Wisconsin Land and Water Conservation Association.
The Food, Land & Water Project invites Wisconsin stakeholders to come together and have a conversation about Wisconsin’s food, land, and water resources and the human demands that affect them. This is a chance to look beyond the present moment, see the big picture, and think about our shared resources in a more systematic and collaborative way. The four key talking points that will be discussed include: polluted surface water, groundwater quality, groundwater quantity, and the future of Wisconsin working lands.
Learn more about the project and how to get involved.