Conservation Farmers of the Year for the state of Wisconsin, Kevin and Carolyn Parr, with be hosting Conservation Observance Day.
Conservation Observance Day is a free farm event intended to celebrate and showcase conservation farming. It is a great opportunity to learn more about regenerative agriculture, managed grazing operations, and how producers are protecting our natural resources.
Conservation Observance Day is an annual event that recognizes the outstanding achievements of Wisconsin landowners who are protecting and enhancing our state’s natural resources. This FREE event is open to the public and will be hosted by the 2020 Conservation Farm Family of the Year, Kevin and Carolyn Parr - Harmony Hills, of Vernon County. The celebration was postponed until 2021 and will now be held on August 13. The event is made possible through funding by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. See the flyer; must RSVP.
Conservation Observance Day attracts a statewide audience comprised of county board members, county land and water conservation department staff, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and Natural Resources staff, and USDA personnel, and others interested in the protection and sustainable use of Wisconsin’s natural resources. The day consists of speaker presentations, lunch and tours of the farm.