We are the Wisconsin Potato & Vegetable Growers Association and we’re deeply rooted in good agricultural practices, food safety, nutrition, produce traceability initiatives, and providing all Americans with the finest vegetables from our bountiful harvest.
Potato Expo is the largest conference and trade show for the potato industry held in North America. Network with key decision makers and international industry leaders, learn about the latest trends and innovations in the industry and grow your business!
Registration opens September 5, 2017.
Register today to attend the 2018 UW Extension and WPVGA Grower Education Conference and The Industry Show on February 6-8, 2018 at the Holiday Inn in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
The Badger Common‘Tater is a leading source of information, news, education, and highlights of the potato and vegetable industry in Wisconsin. Join other subscribers around the world as we bring you important information every month.
Each month we will publish several articles from the latest issue on our website. If you enjoy reading our articles online, subscribe today to have the Badger Common’Tater delivered to your home or business.Read the lastest issue
It’s amazing what you can accomplish when you work together as a team! Teamwork is at the heart of Wisconsin’s Potato and Vegetable industry and is a contributing factor in the success of all our efforts. When it comes to getting involved in the community and giving back, Wisconsin potato growers are happy to lend a helping hand.
Wisconsin has about 1.2 million billion gallons (4.5 million billion liters) of water underground—if it were above ground, it would submerge the state in 100 feet (30 meters) of water.Know More »
We advocate on behalf of our dedicated farmers so their best interests are represented in numerous industry topics.In your best interest »
Our producers aren’t just farmers. They’re stewards of the environment who practice the highest sustainable conservation practices.Sustainability starts here »
Our producers aren’t just farmers, they’re also food safety experts who undergo rigorous training and education about supply chain safety standards.Safety First »
The WPVGA conducts many research projects throughout the year in conjunction with top-flight educational institutions. See what we’re up to.Our research »