Food and Farm Exploration Center launches new website
By Patrick Lynn
Plover’s Food and Farm Exploration Center has announced the launch of its new website, explorefoodandfarm.org.
The new website is the culmination of several months of work by the staff and the website developer Detonator. Previously, the organization was operating two separate websites; fftf.us which was the Farming for the Future Foundation website, focused on the capital fundraising campaign initiatives, the second website, foodandfarm.us, focused on the Food + Farm Exploration Center, featuring the educational and programming initiatives.
All aspects of the Foundation and the Center are under one new responsive website that is easily navigable on all devices and built to showcase all that the Food + Farm Exploration Center has to offer.
The Center is also home to the world’s largest potato masher — a 39-foot-tall, three-ton feature intended as a “selfie spot” that will draw attention from young people.
Visit explorefoodandfarm.org to learn about the immersive exhibits, educational offerings, and meeting space rental opportunities.
The 24-acre site will be operated by the Farming for the Future Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded by the Pavelski family and incorporated in 2018. The family has operated a multi-generational farm in central Wisconsin since 1873.
The state-of-the-art facility has interactive classrooms and is geared for accessibility, including modified indoor tractors to simulate operating in a field, and four one-acre fields for planting onsite. A large kitchen and other working space is intended to teach all ages from planting to cooking and food preservation. The space is also available for event rental.
The Exploration Center is projected to open in late fall of 2023.
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