Joe Sabol Farm News

  • Joe Sabol Farm is listed in 2020 Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas We specialize in open-pollinated pumpkins, squash, melons, and vegetables, all grown sustainably, without synthetic herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers. In 2020, we will feature Vin Rouge díEtampes, Jarradale, Fairytale, Sweet Sugar Pie and Winter Luxury squash, butternut squash, Moon & Stars watermelons, Concord grapes, tomatoes, peppers, tomatillos, eggplants, and sunflowers!

  • Joe Sabol organized American Chemical Society Division of Small Chemical Businesses SCHB panel discussion Public Policy Issues in Food, Energy, and Water March 19, 2018 in New Orleans ACS 255th National Meeting.

  • Joe Sabol presented Grow your own - for fun and profit (AGFD 43) in Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Entrepreneurs in the Agriculture & Food Industries, Sunday, August 20, 2017, American Chemical Society 254th National Meeting, Washington DC.

  • Joe Sabol Farm is farm #74, page 33, in 2017 Southeast Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas

  • Joe Sabol addressed Marquette Beautification and Restoration Committee on Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, April 13, 2017 in Marquette MI.

  • Joe Sabol was a delegate to Terra Madre 2016 Salone del Gusto, September 22-26, 2016 in Turin, Italy, sponsored by Slow Food Central Upper Peninsula, Slow Food Huron Valley, and Slow Food Wisconsin Southeast.

  • Joe Sabol presented "Pumpkin Pandemonium" October 23, 2014 at Translator, 415 E Menomonee St, Milwaukee WI

  • Joe Sabol addressed the Four Seasons Garden Club, Kenosha WI, November 14, 2013 "Growing and Enjoying Heirloom Pumpkins."

  • Joe Sabol Farm was featured Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, October 15, 2013 Heirloom squash offer novel possibilities in kitchen

  • Joe Sabol attended "Beyond Food Deserts . . ." at Wingspread Conference Center, Racine WI, September 13, 2011; sponsored by The Johnson Foundation

  • Joe Sabol was a delegate to Terra Madre 2010 Salone del Gusto, October, 2010 in Turin, Italy.

  • Joe Sabol Farm supported the REAL FARMS REAL FOOD Fundraiser Dinner for Southeast Wisconsin Farm Fresh Atlas, featuring LOCAL FOOD from LOCAL FARMERS. We supplied heirloom pumpkins for hors d'ouvres and for the silent auction. September 11, 2010 at the historic Oconomowoc Lake Club.

  • Joe Sabol presented "Why high-fructose corn syrup makes your liver fat" at "Celebrate the Bounty of Racine County," Tuesday, July 20, 2010, Monument Square, Downtown Racine WI. For more information, see:

  • Joe Sabol attended the Racine-Kenosha Community Action Agency Sustainable Economic Development Program, March 16, 2010.

  • Joe Sabol supports Eat Right Racine's presentation of the film "Fresh" on March 2, 2010 at Gifford Elementary School, Racine WI:

  • Joe Sabol was interviewed by Chris McLaughlin for her book, "The Complete Idiotís Guide to Heirloom Vegetables and Seeds,",,9781615640522,00.html

  • Joe Sabol was interviewed about growing sustainable, organic heirloom vegetables on Milwaukee Public Radio WUWM 89.7 FM, Friday October 30, 2009:

  • Joe Sabol presented "Deconstructing Food Labels" at Celebrate the Bounty of Racine County, 22 July 2009, sponsored by Eat Right Racine; see:

  • Joe Sabol presented "What are Heirloom Vegetables and Why Grow in Organic Soil" at the MBRC's 2009 Garden Conference, 27 June 2009; see:

  • Joe Sabol attended Will Allen's [ ] "Growing Sustainable Urban Agriculture: Residential and Community Applications," at Wingspread Conference Center, 16 June 2009.

  • Joe Sabol Farm is listed on the grower/buyer site

  • Joe Sabol supports Eat Right Racine

  • Joe Sabol is a member of Slow Food USA

  • What's cooking? Read about "The evolutionary role of cookery," a report from the AAAS meeting in Chicago, in The Economist, see:

  • Joe Sabol attended the Wisconsin Local Foods Summit in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, 7-9 January 2009.


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