Power Madison Workshop
We are holding a 1-day workshop in Madison, WI on
Saturday, April 19th!
Available sessions include: Project Planning, Composting, Mushroom
Growing, Year-round Growing
This is a hands-on training workshop offering diverse groups the
opportunity to learn, plan, develop, operate and sustain community food
projects. Participants leave with improved skills to take back to
their communities and pass on to others. These workshops are for both
rural and urban projects and for participants of all skill levels. We
encourage you to bring several members of your group or operation to
this workshop if you are interested in multiple topics; this is
especially helpful if you are a member of a training or outreach
When: Saturday, April
19th, from 9 am- 5 pm
online at Eventbrite under "Growing Power Madison Workshop" by CLICKING HERE
Cost: $150. Scholarships
are available, to apply CLICK
Meals: A continental
breakfast and full lunch are included. Please let us know if you have
special dietary requirements when registering.
Location: Growing Power
Madison, 501 E. Badger Rd. (across from Badger Bowl) Madison, WI
For questions, call: 414-527-1546 or 608-358-5834, or email:
Community Food System “From the Ground Up” Workshops
the Ground Up! Workshops are intensive, hands-on trainings offering
diverse groups the opportunity to learn, plan, develop, operate, and
sustain community food projects. Project participants leave the
workshop with improved skills that they can take back into
their communities and pass on to others. These
workshops are for both rural and urban projects. Click here for two-day workshop details.
be aware no video recordings are allowed.
Weekend Workshops :
3-Day Aquaponic Workshops -
(Must Pre-Register Online)
intensive hands-on workshop focused exclusively on aquaponic and urban
aquaculture training. Topics include system design, water
chemistry, fish husbandry, and plant selection. These workshops
begin on Friday, the day before the standard 2-day workshop and
participants will not have an opportunity to participate in the other
breakout sessions. Click
here for aquaponic
details. Please be aware no video recordings are allowed.
for Workshops with Eventbrite.
ticket fee is charged by Eventbrite. You
have the option to pay by check or cash.
for the 2-Day Workshop: $400.00
for the 3-Day Aquaponic Workshop: $600.00
POLICY: No Refunds
You can change your registration date
or transfer your registration to another person the weekend of
registration. We have a no refund policy. No exceptions.
Application - for the 2-Day
Weekend and Aquaponics Workshops only.
Power - Growing Farmers Series
Agriculture 2014 Program / To learn more and download Application
you are ready to start your own urban farm or you work for an organization farming in an urban environment,
the Commercial Urban Agriculture Program is program for you. The
course is a series of five, three–day weekend seminars, January
through May (participants are expected to attend and participate in all
five, three-day sessions). The program begins on Friday and
continues on Saturday mornings with small class meetings.
Participants then move into hands-on learning on Saturday afternoon and
Sunday. During this time, attendees
concentrate on skill building focused on the participant’s
individual farming business.
Training Dates (participants are expected to attend all
17-19th, February 14-16th, March 21-23rd, April 25-27th, May 16-18th
$2,800 for entire course
Pay for Commercial Urban Ag
POLICY: No Refund Policy
Growing Power workshop is an intensive, hands-on, training workshop at
the Milwaukee facility. This workshop offers diverse groups the
opportunity to learn, plan, develop, operate, and sustain community
food projects. Project participants leave the workshop with improved
skills that they can take to their communities and pass on to others.
This workshop is appropriate for both rural and urban projects.
Farmer Training Program
all-inclusive farmer training program is
for the serious beginning farmer. The goal of this program
build the sustainable farming skills of new and beginning farmers or
farmers transitioning to sustainable methods. Trainees may enter
program on a rolling basis throughout the year and will be provided
housing, and intensive, in-the-field training. Program
are expected to commit a minimum of 6 days minimum of 48 hours per
week, for six weeks, including weekends and evenings engaged in the skills of growing soil, composting,
hoophouse construction & building raised beds.
learn the basics of organic waste collection, composting, vermiculture,
vermi-composting, and resourcefulness. Healthy soil is the
healthy and productive crops.
learn how to extend the growing season for cool climates by
affordable hoop-houses, including troubleshooting and diverse
methods. Learn innovative and sustainable methods for
hoop-house during the cooler seasons, November – March.
Bed growing –
learn how to build nutrient-rich, raised beds for productive and
growing. Raised beds require minimal maintenance and produce
$6,000 includes housing
Apply for this program here.
Please contact email@example.com
Headquarters: 5500 W. Silver Spring Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53218
414.527.1546 / Fax 414.527.1908
Warehouse/Admin: 13111 W. Silver Spring Drive, Butler, WI 53007
262.439.6140 / Fax 262.439.6141
Projects Office: 3333 S. Iron Street, Chicago, IL 60608