Tea & Topics: Regenerative Farming Practices & Grass Fed Beef


Joe Mantoan, owner & operator of "Terre Sauve" Farm, will be on hand to talk about raising cattle and hogs without the use of antibiotics and added hormones. His farm is certified organic and dedicated to pasture-based, regenerative farming practices.

Tea & Topics: Plant it & they will come!


Join Riveredge teacher naturalist and past president of the Friends of the Bog, Jim Ellis, to learn about his 28 year endeavor to transform his 40 acres from a working farm to a wildlife sanctuary. Developing a supportive community of family and friends has been key to planting approximately 22 acres of prairie and between […]

Tea & Topics: Plants in Winter


The plants of temperate and boreal regions have several adaptations that allow them to survive extreme low temperatures and the freeze-drying associated with long winters. Join Dr. James Reinartz, Director emeritus, UWM Field Station to explore all of the aspects of plant life in the winter. He'll especially discuss what is known about the special […]

Tea & Topics: Bird Window Collisions


Avian Vision, Window Collisions, and How You Can Save Birds Join us for a virtual presentation by American Bird Conservancy’s Dr. Bryan Lenz to discuss the scale of the window collision problem, how birds see the world, the science behind collisions solutions, and what you can do to keep your windows from killing birds. Join […]

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