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Progressive Farming Group Aims to Protect and Improve 

Sheboygan River Watershed

  “Changing farming practices takes time .... 

but (change) is growing in Wisconsin.”


Thanks to some great financial support and a committed group of area farmers, the Sheboygan River Progressive Farmers (SRPF) are well poised to join other Wisconsin farming groups taking a proactive stance on water quality, soil health and other conservation issues.  

SRPF joins a growing list of producer-led, conservation-minded agricultural coalitions forming throughout the Midwest. They combine innovative technologies with thoughtful farm management practices - such as low-impact manure spreading and cover cropping - to minimize water and air pollution that can negatively impact the watershed. Peninsula Pride Farms in Kewaunee and Door Counties and Yahara Pride Farms in Dane County are leading similar drives to encourage farmers to “walk the walk” when it comes to protecting Wisconsin’s natural resources and human health.

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Date Set for 2018 Lake Michigan Day

Join us on August 10 as we …

-Hear from special guests

-Honor this year’s Champions of Conservation

-Celebrate our incredible lake!

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Every year LNRP, the Lake Michigan Stakeholders, and several other partner groups invite the

public to join us in celebrating Lake Michigan, one of the world’s largest and most beautiful freshwater resources. We welcome people from all over the region to consider their connection to this important natural resource.  

In years past, we have hosted authors, government officials, business leaders, artists, and others to this day-long celebration of all things having to do with our wonderful lake. We share stories, we celebrate successes, we inspire each other, and we honor those who go above and beyond to protect and advocate for the lake.

We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate our 2017 
Champions of Conservation:

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Wendy Lutzke and Cathy Pabich (Individual winners)
Trout Springs Winery (Business winner)
Wisconsin Clean Marina Program (Community organization winner)
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin (Honorary policy maker)
You can read more about these inspiring people and organizations here:

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Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership
PO Box 358
Cleveland, Wisconsin 53015

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