The purpose of this guide is to provide you with basic information to help Wisconsin’s rural communities prepare to plan for agriculture. The guide was developed in response to the Comprehensive Planning Law passed under the 1999-2001 Wisconsin State Biennial Budget. This law requires that by January 1, 2010, all programs, actions, and decisions affecting land use must be consistent with the locally adopted comprehensive plan in order for the community to continue making land use related decisions. The law applies to cities, villages, towns, counties, and regional planning commissions.
Planning for Agriculture in Wisconsin: A Guide forCommunitiesJoint Publication of UW Cooperative Extension and WisconsinDepartment of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection
Citation InformationJackson-Smith, D.B. 2002. Planning for Agriculture in Wisconsin: A Guide for Communities. Joint Publication of UW Cooperative Extension and Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection. Madison: WI-DATCP.