Growing Food, People & Community
The Farmory is an educational urban farm that is strengthening our community and encouraging self-sufficiency through agricultural and entrepreneurial education and employment skill development.
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Learn More About Sustainable Aquaculture
Education is foundational to the work we do at the Farmory. We have an array of resources at your disposal to help cultivate a community committed to local, sustainable food—check out one of our webinars!
The Farmory’s Volunteerism and Service Learning programs provide individuals with defined work experiences. We have over 60 active volunteers working in a variety of capacities. Our volunteers expand their work history, learn both soft and hard employment skills, and earn scholarship or continuing education opportunities to work toward their individual goals.
“I first got involved with The Farmory in January of 2020 when I began my internship, starting a mealworm farm. The Farmory has taught me more about sustainability, water quality, fish husbandry, non-profits, community engagement, etc. and I think it really complements the educational journey I was already in and nurtured a passion for the career I am heading towards. It’s been a real treat having the opportunity to further become a part of something big happening in my community.”
The Farmory In The News
We are passionate about growing our community. Read the latest in aquaculture and Farmory news.
March 5, 2021 GREEN BAY (WLUK) Justin Steinbrink Bringing local, sustainable, indoor agriculture to northeast Wisconsin year-round is no easy task, but that's what they are doing at The Farmory in Green Bay. With an expanding aquaponics system and a continued yellow...
February 17, 2021 GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – The lack of yellow perch in the Great Lakes system has led to the need for some in our area to get creative in order to replenish the supply. Claire Thompson is the Executive Director of the Farmory and they are working to...
Recent graduates of FarmoryWorks Sloan Wunder, left, and McKenna Arnoldi, center, work with instructor Annie Schmitz to learn about aquaculture and the regional sustainable food system last month.February 12, 2021 Press Times | John McCracken...
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