Join us the third Thursday of every month from 6 - 8 pm
at the Urban Ecology Center for a delicious potluck dinner and a program including lively discussion.






Saturday, July 13, 2019
Fondy Farm Tour at Mequon Nature Preserve

10am to noon
Join Friends of Real Food as Stephen Petro gives us a special guided tour of the Fondy Farm and the Red Stone Rice Projects, hosted at the Mequon Nature Preserve. For more info about the Fondy Farm

The fields may be muddy, so please wear appropriate shoes/boots and clothes. We may ride in a wagon pulled by a tractor or walk.

Please register (sign up for a free ticket) so we'll know you're coming on the tour & can send you directions to the farm.

If you'd like to carpool to the farm, you can meet at either the Urban Ecology Center in Riverside Park or Washington Park, leaving at 9:30 am. Please send an email to Anne and let her know you plan to carpool and which site you prefer.


Thursday, July 18, 2019
Green Vets Organix
Matt Rudman (speaker)

Join us for a potluck dinner and then to learn from Matt Rudman about the new Green Vets Organix project.

Green Vets Organix is a 3.25 acre piece of land on Teffer Farms, able to produce over 20 varieties of vegetables, fruits and herbs that Veterans, Brian Sales and Luke Davies, as well as Matt Rudman are turning into an organic - based CSA that serves veterans in the Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha Area.

The mission is to grow the finest quality herbs, fruits and vegetables and raise high quality egg-laying chickens for the local community using only natural and sustainable farming methods, free from non-organic pesticides or fertilizers.


Thursday, August 15, 2019
Harvest Celebration

Let’s celebrate the harvest bounty -- sharing a potluck dinner and stories. 

Do you have a favorite new vegetable? Farmers market? Recipe? How has your garden done this year? What has your experience been as a CSA member? 
And let’s talk about some possible harvest outings and activities. Apple picking? Canning together? Visiting a “new” farmers market? 


Thursday, October 17, 2019
Two speakers from Sitka Salmon Shares discussing the values-based seafood movement through Community Supported Fisheries
Nicolaas Mink  |  President & Chief Salmon Steward
John Clarke / WI Community Outreach Manager / Salmon Steward

You’ve heard of Community Supported Agriculture -- but do you know about Community Supported Fisheries? Learn more about this collective of fishing families who strive to be good stewards of the ocean, improve livelihoods in their communities and bring you quality wild Alaskan seafood delivered right to your doorstep