Getting Around & Map
SOIL SISTERS allows you to choose from a variety of unique events and activities, including the Bus Tour of Farms, Green Acres Workshops, Farm-to-Table Dinner at Dorothy's Range, Taste of Place at Cow & Quince and Pizza on the Farm fundraising meal at Inn Serendipity. SOIL SISTERS: Dine Fine features area restaurants offering specials throughout the weekend.
You can come for just one event, one workshop or one or both of the Bus Tour of Farms. You'll notice that an itinerary could be crafted especially for families with kids. Some workshops or events are best enjoyed by couples or groups eager for hands-on activities down on the farm that don't involve little ones.
All the farms participating with SOIL SISTERS are operating farms, and therefore have chores to be done, crops to be harvested and animals to be attended. Please respect the working farms and do not privately visit the farms outside workshop, culinary events or scheduled bus tours. Thanks for your understanding.
While it's impossible to do everything that's offered over the three days, you'll be able to have as many as three very unique days with just enough time to travel between workshops or culinary events on the farms as well as the pick-up/drop-off point for the Bus Tour of Farms in Monroe. The Green Acres Workshops on Friday, Saturday and Sunday are scattered on farms around Monroe, Brodhead, New Glarus, Albany, Belleville and Blanchardville, as are the two different Bus Tour of Farms on Friday and Sunday, departing from New Glarus Village Park in New Glarus, Wisconsin.
Download a Map
To easily navigate among the farms hosting workshops or culinary events, review and download the Google Map below for the Green Acres Workshops & Culinary Events. Please note that cell phone service can be limited, so we recommend you download all maps for use for the event.
There are numerous farmstays, bed & breakfasts, hotels, motels, vacation home rentals and campgrounds near the SOIL SISTERS farms. Many hotels and B&Bs are located in or near Monroe, New Glarus, Brodhead, Blanchardville and Albany.
Many farmstays and B&Bs are operated by the soil sisters themselves. Their farmhouse rooms, cottage or entire farmhouse often fill up quickly over the weekend of the busy summer season. So consider making your reservation as soon as you are able. Click here if you'd like to learn more about staying with the soil sisters.