a hazelnut bush in summer

PHOTO: Randall Hyman, GLPF


Join us Monthly on Every Second Tuesday, 9AM

May – October
South Farm
6172 County Road Z
Spring Green, WI 53588

Subject to weather conditions.

We’ll be monitoring two stream sites. No experience required; training will be provided.

“I trust Savanna Institute to be careful stewards of land that’s important to me and my family, and to develop and spread farming practices that will increase biodiversity and fight climate change.”

                                                                  – Jack L., Donor

Deep-rooted long-lived tree crops improve the soil, help retain water, improve biodiversity, sequester carbon, and mitigate the effects of floods. Tree crops help us heal our climate, regenerate our communities, and share stories and values across generations. It is time to transform American agriculture through tree crops.