Upcoming Workshops for 2019
Please note the following dates and times are tentative and subject to change. We recommend calling ahead to verify dates and times as workshops draw nearer at mcdougalsfarm.com. CSA members will be contacted by email. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-627-4418.
August 3rd, Sustainable Farm Tour in Langlade County
McDougal’s Farm is proud to be included in the 2019 Sustainable Farm tour. We will be one of the five sustainable farms open to tour. Come see us! Take a guided tour through our patchwork type fields and hoop houses which include a large variety of flowers, herbs and veggies, giving our visitors an up-close look at the growing methods used to keep the farm sustainable and chemical free. You can also choose to visit The Bures Family Organic Dairy Farm, The Grandview Orchard, Igl’s Organic Potato Farm, or Canopy Gardens. This is a great opportunity to meet your local farmers and ask question. Tours times are 9am, 11am, and 2pm (choose 3 farms). Tour cost is $5. for the day and tickets can be purchased at Sweet Thyme or the Green Hen in Antigo.
September 7th, evening Time to be announced: Cooking with
Herbs Pizza Night!
Let the McDougal Farm crew cook for you! Come for a relaxing evening, have a glass of complementary wine, and watch while we use all the farms bounty and freshness to put together a variety of different pizzas and show you how easy it is to cook with fresh herbs. Cost is $15. per person or $25. per couple. Space is limited so please call ahead to reserve your seats.
Note: The Children’s workshop usually held in March in the greenhouse will be set at a later date this summer so we can explore the great outdoors with nicer weather. Hoping to have a sunny Earth Play Day.
Farm Events: In the past we have had events such as Earth Day/Earth Blessing, Open House, Movie Night and our favorite, Bonfire Night. Each year we also host educational guest speakers.
Shout Out Days: “Shout Outs” are your chance to experience your farm in action., your chance to get dirty. These are not mandatory but strongly encouraged for you to reconnect to your farmer and the place where your food is grown. All Farm events are announced by email.