An evening celebration of Wisconsin farming, history, and culture. Guests will include farmers, community leaders and thought-leaders representing the Oneida Nation, African American communities in Milwaukee, organic Hmong-led farms, dairy farms owned by operators of German-descent, and Hispanic farm workers throughout the state. The evening will include a guided tour of the Lands We Share traveling exhibition at the Central Library (starting at 5:00pm), a presentation of the larger project by project leaders and curators (6:00pm), a panel discussion with featured guests (6:30pm), and amazing locally-sourced food prepared by prominent Madison chefs. This event is free and open to the public, but reserving a seat is encouraged. To reserve a seat, send an email to or call (262) 472-5154.


  • Occurred Thursday, May 16th, 2019 @ 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm

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