Central Rivers Farmshed

We organize events, programs, workshops and resources that help support a local food economy.

Farmshed Plant Sale 2018
Fruit, vegetable & herb garden starts by Farmshed’s Growing Collective
Memorial Day Weekend
Proceeds to support Central Rivers Farmshed
Also offering: Edible Flowers, Fruit Tree Grafts by Rising Sand Organics, Native & Flowering Plants by UW Extension, and Compost Bins by Recycling Connections
Note: Garden starts are grown following organic practices but are not certified
Dates & Hours:
Saturday, May 26th // 9am – 1pm
Central Rivers Farmshed, 1220 Briggs Ct, Stevens Point, WI 54481
Brought to you by volunteers of: Farmshed’s Growing Collective, UWSP Students for Sustainability, Tomorrow River Community Charter School, Giving Gardens of Portage County & Stevens Point Area YMCA Farm to School AmeriCorps
Visit farmshed.org or call (715) 544-6154 for details, Jackie Mather
About the Growing Collective:
The Growing Collective, created in 2013, is a group of Stevens Point area gardeners who organize to take on the spring growing challenge together.  The group is made up of both first-time and experienced home gardeners, along with several community groups. They promote organic growing methods, collective leadership, group decision-making, collaborative learning, thoughtful planning, shared knowledge, and diversity among membership. This year the group is 40 members strong
About Central Rivers Farmshed:
Central Rivers Farmshed is a 501c3 nonprofit organization based in Stevens Point with a mission is to grow a resilient local food community. Farmshed offers a variety of annual programming and events to help expand the connection between local residents and their food. We envision a bustling local food economy of sustainable producers, social entrepreneurs, businesses, organizations, and impassioned eaters working together to preserve agricultural heritage, protect natural resources, ensure the health of our communities, understand the true value of food, and provide fair compensation for meaningful work.


We are a community that thrives on locally grown food produced in ways that are good for our health and the health of our land, water, and air


Farmshed connects you with central Wisconsin family and cooperatively owned farms and businesses
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