July 2016

A Tale of Ten Acres – UNFI’s Agrarian Journey of Soil health

They say a journey begins with just one single step. UNFI has taken a ten-acre step in Sturtevant, Wisconsin, to further a vision for increasing access to fresh local organic food. UNFI's CEO, Steven Spinner, has long held an agrarian dream of preserving farmland near its distribution facilities. This dream grew into a vision in which UNFI would engage the communities where it has facilities not only through employment, but also with access to well-priced organic food.  ... Read More

Burlington Nestlé factory celebrates more than its own anniversary

As Nestlé celebrates its 150th anniversary and the Nestlé factory in Burlington celebrates its 50th anniversary, there is another Nestle anniversary worth noting. ... Read More

Racine Participating In International Communities In Bloom Challenge

Racine business owners and residents may want to tidy up their properties as the city is participating in the 2016 National Edition of Communities in Bloom, International Challenge, July 10 through July 13.  Two judges — Bob Ivison, of the United Kingdom, and Ed Hooker III, of Camp Springs, Maryland — will evaluate the community on its civic pride, environmental responsibility, beautification, and quality of life improvements. Communities in Bloom, a non-profit organization in C... Read More