The event will actually be on two farms located close to each other near Lone Rock, Wisconsin. Registrants will get the address of both locations as part of the registration welcome packet.
Yes! Learning how to manage small properties with these tactics will allow you to increase the ROI on your investment, no matter the exact strategies and tactics you decide to implement when you return home.
Yes! Often times it is the large commercial farmers who can benefit the most from looking at their land differently. Maximize your corner pivot space, side lots and use the biological soil health practices on every inch of your property.
There are a number of beautiful rural hotels and motels in the region. Madison, the state capital, is also just an hour away from the venue. Learn more about your options on the Travel page here.
Camping on site may or may not be allowed. Stay tuned for more details. There are state parks nearby. Visit the Travel page for links to learn more.
Bring layers. The weather could be hot, cold, rainy or dry, so be prepared for a little of all four. Please also bring sunscreen, head cover, rain gear and shoes appropriate for walking around fields and handling equipment.
Yes. We will be moving between farms for some of the workshops, which will give you breaks during the day. Arranging a way to get between the fields holding the workshop will be required.
Sorry, no refunds. Your registration can be transferred to someone else’s name if you cannot attend; please contact our office.
Cancellations received through June 16, 2023 are entitled to an 80% credit to be applied to Acres U.S.A. subscriptions, books, DVDs, audio CDs, or future conference fees. For cancellations/no-shows received after June 16, 2023, we will do our best to fill your spot. If it is filled you are entitled to an 80% credit to be applied to Acres U.S.A. subscriptions, books, DVDs, audio CDs, or future conference fees. If we cannot fill your spot last minute no refund will be issued.