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Graminy to Premiere New Composition about our Living Breathing World Oct 13

October 1, 2018

  What we breathe in another breathed out, and what we breathe out another will breathe in. As part of this year’s Fermentation Fest, Wisconsin’s award-winning “class-grass” band, Graminy, will premiere an original composition portraying this fundamental exchange of life. This will be a ticketed event along the Farm/Art DTour on Saturday, October 13 in […]

2018 Passwords Winners Announced

September 11, 2018

The winners of the 2018 Passwords competition have been announced! Guest judge, former Wisconsin Poet Laureate Max Garland selected four winners and four honorable mentions. The winners are: Brenda Axt, of Greenfield, WI, Krista Eastman, of Madison, WI, Pamela Johnson, of Brooklyn, WI, Laurel Radzieski, of Scranton, PA. Works by these poets will be featured […]

Fabulous Fermented Feast

September 6, 2018

Friday, September 28, 6 – 9:30 p.m. Madison College – Truax Campus in Diane’s Delicious Diner 1701 Wright Street B1287 Madison, WI 53704 Dinner, music, fermented beverages & special guest  Wormfarm Institute and the Madison College Culinary Arts Program invite you to the upcoming Fabulous Fermented Feast! Join us for a festive multi-course meal of locally-sourced dishes with an emphasis on fermentation, […]

Celebrating the Revival of North America’s Most Historic and Delicious Fermented Beverages

September 5, 2018

By Gary Paul Nabhan, Featured Fermenter, 2018 Fermentation Fest Few Americans would have guessed that Americans in the second millennium would be once again making and drinking the very same fermented beverages that had slaked the thirst of both indigenous and immigrant dwellers on this continent for centuries. And yet, with the revival of many […]

Fermentation Fest Calls for “PassWords” Poetry Submissions

July 23, 2018

Fermentation Fest invites writers to submit short poems for PassWords, a Farm/Art DTour feature modeled after the Burma Shave roadside advertisements, which appeared throughout the United States from 1925 to 1963. Each advertisement was a catchy poem or jingle spread out over a series of signs that motorists read as they drove by. Up to […]

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