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MilwaukeeRenaissance: AgroecologyWorkLearnTours

Great Lakes Heartland Menu of Tour Opportunities Winter 2014

Milwaukee Metro Area


Madison Twin Cities Region

Worm Farm Institute’s Fermentation Fest

Feel free to call me at 424 232 1336 or send an email to for introductions.


St. Louis

A Call For Connecting Agroecology Experimenters With Teachers and Students

 2/20/2015 1:25 PM, James Godsil wrote:

Does anyone wish to join in a conversation with this(see science teacher email below) and hundreds of other science teachers over the years, who are hoping to partner with ecopreneurs like you, as they discover the merit of your work for their work, professional and personal?

Each week these past few years I receive emails from people ready to spend money for a Sweet Water Organics tour.

On my end, I hope to inspire science teachers reaching out for a Sweet Water Organics tour to discover the value from the emerging Great Lakes Agro Eco Work Learn Tour Experiment and become partner clients over the next 30 years.

Anything forthcoming from this concept por ti?


Proof Point For Concept: Pat Wilborn’s Port Fish Breakthrough Moment

date:Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 5:09 PM
subject:Re: Field Trip Revenue Stream From Science Teachers: Digital and Real, Local to Global

James, we hit a home run today. That is, yesterday and today a group of 70 middle school students (35 each day) from the Menasha/Neenah area toured PortFish. Each day we ran them in three groups through the aquaponics process. We divided it into FISH, PLANTS and SEEDS and each segment ran 20 minutes (total tour = 60 minutes).

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