Farmory News

New Aquaponic System in Our Future

At the end of July, our Executive Director Claire Thompson resigned after three years of dedicating her time and effort to furthering The Farmory’s goals. Under her guidance, The Farmory has grown from one to five staff; completed and gained occupancy of our Chicago...

Executive Director Search Announcement

Originally Posted July 18, 2021Updated August 4, 2021   Who are we?The Farmory is a unique, nonprofit educational urban farm, serving communities in and around Green Bay, Wisconsin. Our mission is to provide learning opportunities in sustainable agriculture that...

Growing Good Food & Growers at The Farmory

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...

NEW Approach to Food in the Region

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...

Farmory Honors Community Roots with new Sculpture

November 11, 2020 GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- The Farmory unveiled a new sculpture in front of its entrance on Green Bay's east side. It's called "Rooted" and was developed by Kent Hutchinson.  The sculpture resembles lettuce heads, which the Farmory grows.  The roots are...

Yellow Perch Fingerlings Ready for Sale at Farmory

May 19, 2020 GREEN BAY, Wis. (WLUK) -- An area nonprofit has reached a milestone in its quest to supply Northeast Wisconsin with a popular species of fish. The Farmory in Green Bay has seen its first hatch of yellow perch fingerlings in its indoor fish hatchery. The...