Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association



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Volume 9, Issue 13 | March 24, 2017

Representative Jim Sensenbrenner to Host Town Hall Meetings

Representative Jim Sensenbrenner made the following announcement recently: “I host many Town Hall Meetings throughout the year to give you the chance to share your views on the issues Congress is dealing with or to help you with problems you may be experiencing with a…

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Potatoes USA Seeking Global Foodservice Marketing Manager

Potatoes USA is in the process of filling its full-time, Global Marketing Manager position, responsible for implementing the foodservice programs in the U.S. and international target markets. This position reports directly to the Marketing Programs Director. Click here for Global Foodservice Marketing Manager position details…

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Bio S.I. Hosts Doty Town Hall Meeting

Bio S.I. Technology will be hosting a Town Hall meeting at the Doty Town Hall on March 31st at 9:30 a.m. The address is 14899 County Road T, Mountain, WI 54149. If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Jenifer O’Brien at 715-889-3706 or Doug…

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Wisconsin Seed Potato Certification Program Seeking Agronomy Outreach Specialist

Position summary: Work is performed in Antigo, WI for the commercial seed potato growers in the state and at the Lelah Starks elite foundation seed potato farm (the State Farm) located in Rhinelander, Wisconsin. The primary purpose of the work with the commercial seed potato…

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Local Food Grants Available

Farmers who Want to Grow their Local Markets are Encouraged to Apply MADISON — Since its inception in 2008, the Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin grant program has generated more than $8.4 million in new local food sales. Farmers and others in Wisconsin’s food industry who…

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Well Depth Data Collection

Dear WPVGA Grower, I’m writing today to ask for your help on a very critical issue affecting the entire Wisconsin potato and vegetable industry. This is an urgent request because we need you to act in April before you get too busy with the planting…

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