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Announcing the Wisconsin Artisan Cheesemaker Guild

Jeanne has started a new professional group in Wisconsin!


“It’s spring, so time for me to start a new organization. Shockingly, it’s all about cheese.

After talking with dozens of small and artisan Wisconsin cheesemakers looking for opportunities to get together and learn more about their craft, today marks the debut of the Wisconsin Artisan Cheesemaker Guild. Similar to other state cheese guilds, it’s a member-based organization offering networking and educational opportunities for beginning and current artisan and farmstead cheesemakers.

Already at 28 members strong, the guild is intended to be a sister organization to Wisconsin Cheese Originals, a 200-strong membership organization catering to cheese education for consumers. Together, both organizations celebrate Wisconsin artisan and farmstead cheesemakers…”

via Cheese Underground: Wisconsin Artisan Cheesemaker Guild.


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