In our last blog post, we dove into why you should consider fostering the space for an edible food forest. Essentially, the work is worth the reward for you and
We have started our search for 2022 garden sites! Author Hayley Mehaffey Whether you’re a neighborhood, non-profit organization, school, or a fellow nature enthusiast, taking part in creating an edible
Wisconsin Food Forests is a project of Madison Traffic Garden. Do not let our beautiful website fool you: we are a fledgling grassroots organization. Every year, we plant three food forests
We had our Zumbathon fundraiser at the first part of this month, and before the month has passed, we want to share our success. Wisconsin Food Forests’ (WFF) first annual
Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis), a nod to beauty.