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Driftless Organics Farmer to Farmer Profile

publication date: Oct 1, 2019
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With such a rich organic farming history, it was hard to choose just one farm in Wisconsin to invite myself to when I was there earlier this year. Luckily, I got a little nudge from a colleague, and Josh Engel of Driftless Organics was game for a visit, right smack dab in the middle of planting season.

Driftless Organics is located in southwestern Wisconsin, in the Driftless Region. Wikipedia says, “The Driftless Area or Paleozoic Plateau is a region in the American Midwest noted mainly for its deeply carved river valleys. This region’s peculiar terrain is due to its having escaped glaciation in the last glacial period. The term ‘driftless’ indicates a lack of glacial drift, the material left behind by retreating continental glaciers.”



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