Dodge County Lunch-N-Learn with garlic

Tom and Maria Coffman farm 56115 120th Ave, West Concord, MN, United States

Join the Dodge County Farmers Union for a Lunch-N-Learn at noon July 10 at the Tom and Maria Coffman Farm, 56115 120th Ave., West Concord. Bring your questions and learn more about raising garlic. Please RSVP to Gail Donkers.

Goodhue County Farmers Union Convention

Area 57 CoffeeCafe 125 Main Street, Wanamingo, Minnesota, United States

The Goodhue County Farmers Union annual convention is 6:30 p.m. July 10 at Area 57 Coffee Cafe, 125 Main St., Wanamingo. Email for more information.

Rice County Farmers Union Convention

Keepsake Cidery 4609 135th St. E, Dundas, MN, United States

The Rice County Farmers Union annual convention is July 18 at Keepsake Cidery, 609 135th St. E., Dundas. The event begins with social time at 5:30 p.m. Dinner is served at 6 p.m. and the meeting follows. Contact Steven Read or Gail Donkers for more information.

Winona County Farmers Union Convention

Bonnie Rae's Cafe 108 Main St, Rollingstone, MN, United States

The Winona County Farmers Union annual convention is noon July 25 at Bonnie Rae's Café, 108 Main St., Rollingstone. Dinner is on your own, order off the menu. Contact Steve Simon or Gail Donkers for more information.

Dakota County Farmers Union annual convention

Spirit of Brandtjen Farm 16965 Brandtjen Farm Drive, Lakeville, MN, United States

The Dakota County Farmers Union annual convention is 6 p.m. July 31 at the Spirit of Brandtjen Farm, 16965 Brandtjen Farm Drive, Lakeville, in the big white barn. Watch for the blue Farmers Union signs for directions. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Joe Atkins, Dakota County Commissioner will speak on "Dakota County At Its Best."…

Dodge County Lunch-N-Learn in Wasioja

Wasioja Civil War Recruiting Station 60115 210th Ave, Dodge Center, MN, United States

Join Dodge County Historical Society member Jim Checkel for a tour of the last remaining Civil War Recruiting Station west of the Mississippi River and the ruins of the seminary, one of the first colleges in the state of Minnesota. The Recruiting Station was built as a law office for James George, a Mexican War…

Farmers Union Night at Buck & Honey’s

Buck & Honey's

Farmers Union night at Buck & Honey's. Hear from the owners about their new adventure, walk the path through the sunflowers, and visit with your MFU friends. Bring a vase of water along and take home a sunflower or two.

Wabasha County Convention

The Basic Place 312 Center St E, Hammond, MN, United States

Wabasha County Farmers Union will hold its annual convention at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 28 at  The Basic Place, 312 Center St E, Hammond. A roast beef meal will be served. Contact Eddie Jostock or Gail Donkers for more information.  

Ugly Sweater Social

South x Southeast Brewing Company 51146 US-52, Pine Island, MN, United States

Dig out your favorite ugly sweater and join your Farmers Union friends for an Ugly Sweater Social from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Dec. 15 at South x Southeast Brewing Company, 51146 US-52, Pine Island. There's no charge, food and drink are on your own. Bring your ideas for events to host in 2024. Hosted by…

Agriculture Listening Session

Zumbrota VFW 25 E 1st St., Zumbrota, MN, United States

WHAT: Join Minnesota Senate Ag Chair Sen. Aric Putnam for a Listening Session on Jan. 24 from 3 to 4:30 p.m. at the Zumbrota VFW, 25 E 1st St., Zumbrota. WHY: The goal of the event will be for Chair Putnam to hear directly from farmers about how the legislature can help respond to challenges, promote…

CannonBelles Tour & Lunch

What: Join fellow Farmers Union members for a tour of the CannonBelles cheese plant, with lunch and conversation to follow at their coffee and ice cream shop. When: March 26, Tour at 10 a.m., Lunch at 11 a.m. Where: Tour: 55 Holiday Ave, Cannon Falls, and Lunch: 402 Mill St W, Cannon Falls. Food: Lunch…

Climate-Ready Woods

Extension Regional Office, Rochester 140 Elton Hills Lane NW, Suite 201, Rochester, MN, United States

As Minnesota’s climate changes, forests will face pressures from tree diseases and insects, heavier and more frequent rainfalls, warmer temperatures and prolonged drought. One way to foster a healthy, resilient woodland is by adding and encouraging species that are predicted to adapt well to these changes. To help people choose appropriate species for their backyard…