STEM Week is Back at Farm Wisconsin

Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center will be hosting STEM Week from Wednesday, March 27 to Friday, March 29.

Guests of all ages are welcome to engage in hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math activities relating to agriculture and food production. Visitors are encouraged to participate each day from 9 AM to 1 PM.

Throughout the week, attendees will get the chance to learn about an indoor hydroponic growing tower presented by Fork Farms. They will also discover how Wisconsin fruit is grown and raised with Wisconsin Agriculture in the Classroom. They will be able to operate Bayland Buildings replica crane, follow the stages of a Lakeside Foods snap bean from seed to can, and learn about wool felting.

A variety of organizations will have activities on specific days, including:

Wednesday, March 27

Drive robots from Team Alien Robots and build with cubelets from Manitowoc Public Library.

Thursday, March 28

Make some homemade butter from start to finish with Ashley Hagenow, the 76th Alice in Dairyland. Pet and make friends with a couple of visiting lambs.

Friday, March 29

Create fruit art with Kreative Fruitz in a fun, healthy way and construct a cranberry toothpick structure guided by Cranberry Learning.

All STEM week activities are included in paid admission to Farm Wisconsin. Teachers of all grades and subjects are invited to attend the event for free.