Tyler Walker harvests cranberries on the Walker Marsh. Port Edwards students will enjoy the locally grown cranberries as part of their Farm to School program this month.
Port Edwards students will reap the benefits of the ultimate farm-to-school local produce experience this month.
Walker Cranberry Co. employee Jason Weis personally delivered the school's order of locally grown and processed sweetened-dried cranberries. The cranberries are February's featured Wood County Farm to School Harvest of the Month product, which the students will enjoy baked into made-from-scratch cookies.
Weis made the special delivery at the request of his mom, Tammie Weis, Port Edwards School District Food Service director. Tammie Weis has played an instrumental ...