Wisconsin People & Ideas Magazine October 24, 2023
Cultivating Art, Agriculture, and Impact in Sauk County

Arts Midwest Oct 5, 2023
Food Cultures: Wisconsin’s Fermentation Fest Gets in the Spirit

New Pluralists, Healing Starts Here June 7, 2023
Meet the People Working Across Differences to Build Stronger Communities

The Farm/Art DTour showcases our efforts to see that the land is here for the future.”

Edge Effects Oct 20, 2022
On the Alchemy of Soil

The Chronicle of Philanthrophy Nov 30, 2021
You Say the Arts Don't Matter? A 10-Year, $150 Million Venture Set Out to Prove You Wrong

Agri-View Sep 10, 2021
Fermentation Fest celebrates cows, crops, chefs

The mission of the Wormfarm Institute—rebuilding bridges between the rural and the urban, celebrating rural and farm culture, reinforcing cultural infrastructure in rural areas—put me into conversations with farmers, agronomists, practitioners of the fermented arts, fellow artists, and funneled my expanding interest in this place directly into the 2020 Farm/Art DTour.”

WiscNews May 18, 2021
Wormfarm receives Governor’s Tourism Award

ArtPlace America: A Creative Placemaking Field Scan Dec 17, 2020
Building Community Wealth: The Role of Arts and Culture in Equitable Economic Development

Art - Landscape - Design Nov 28, 2020
Leaving the 21st Century Plague Behind for a Few Moments - Farm /Art DTour 2020

Live music drifted from the 1918 Tabernacle building as we strolled the grounds. In this pastoral setting, I felt like I’d stepped back into the 19th century for a few hours, leaving our 21st century plague behind.”

Wisconsin Humanities
Wormfarm Adapts During Pandemic - A Live Cultural Convergence in 2020

PBS Newshour Nov 2, 2018
Fermentation Fest aims to bridge the urban-rural political divide ‘in a time of rot’

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Oct 8, 2018
Thousands journey to Driftless Area for culture, agriculture and political subtext

Temporary Art Review Jul 25, 2018
Creating and Maintaining a Robust Arts Scene in Rural Wisconsin

The larger idea is to bring urbanites and rural folks together. Maybe people will talk. And listen. And find common ground in the countryside, allowing them to set aside stereotypes about each other.”

UC Food Observer May 19, 2016
Interview with Wormfarm Institute co-founders as a part of University of California’s Global Foods Initiative

Nonprofit Quarterly Oct 16, 2015
Investments in Art Fertilize Growth in Rural Towns

Grow (Wisconsin's Magazine for the Life Sciences) Jun 14, 2012
The Culture of Ag