Top 10 Staff Picks – Rebecca

Top 10 Staff Picks – Rebecca

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Local Vendor: Fizzeology

Delicious Local Ferments from the Driftless Fermentation is an art as science and Faith Anacker (aka “Dr. Fizz”), has it all figured out — utilizing the harvests of Wisconsin’s driftless region. In addition to running a craft fermentation business Faith is frequently out and about educating people about the techniques […]

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From the Board: The Co-op: A Place for Everyone

Submitted by:  Barb Button, MMFC Board of Directors I’ve been shopping at the co-op since we were located in the silver building next to the Pub. I lived in the country then, as did most of my friends, and the co-op was always a stop when I came to town […]

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Artist of the Month: Don Austrum

Artist of the Month: Don Austrum

Artist’s Statement The subject matter for my work is just the normal everyday “stuff” we see in and around Dunn County. I enjoy nature, old buildings and abandoned vehicles and machinery. The medium used in the artworks on display is colored pencil. I really enjoy working with colored pencil, and […]

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Collagen: Anti-Aging Superfood

Collagen: Anti-Aging Superfood

  Collagen: Important Anti-Aging Product and Mood Balancer Submitted by:  Tanya Young, MMFC Marketing Coordinator Increasingly medical professionals are referring to collagen (hydrolyzed collagen) as an important anti-aging product. Collagen makes up 30% of the total protein in our bodies and is the main component of connective tissue. Our natural […]

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Baldwin Greenhouse Microgreens

If you are interested in learning about growing microgreens at home, James of Baldwin Greenhouse is offering an informative class at MMFC on Saturday, February 16th 10-11am. Meet James Karlson, owner of Baldwin Greenhouse to learn a little about his business and why he loves microgreens.   How did Baldwin […]

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