Our Media Coverage & Agvocacy


Nami Moon Farms Video
The Price Of A Turkey
Hop Side Of The Moon
Stevens Point Journal
How To Spot Farmers Market Fraud
Food+Tech Connect
Journal-Sentinel (2)
Morning Ag Clips
“Murder Mystery” (of turkeys)


Farmshed (Non-Profit)
– Maria is on the Farmer Advisory Board (2013-Present)
– Maria is on the Board of Directors (2013-Present)
– Chris was on the Farmer Advisory Board (2013-2014)

– Advisory Committee on Beginning Farmers and Ranchers

Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems (CIAS) – UW Madison
– Citizens Advisory Council (2015-Present)

Wisconsin Farmers Union
– We are lifetime members!
– Resolutions Review Committee (2015)
– Bylaws Committee (2016)
– Board of Directors, District 6 (2016-Present)

National Farmers Union (NFU)
– Beginning Farmer Institute (2014-2015)
– Next Generation Advisory Council (2015-Present)
– Appointed to National Board as NGAC Representative (2015-Present)

– Maria runs this non-profit as part of her day-to-day job

Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC)
– Chris is a member, peer mentor and fellowship farmer
– We use the Homegrown By Heroes label to support FVC and other veterans who are working in Agriculture

UW-Extension Small Farms Team
– Chris is a member-participant

Portage County Farmland Preservation Committee (2015)
– Chris is on the committee

Conferences and Events

White House, USDA Market Summit (2016*)

National Farmers Union National Convention (2015*, 2016*)

Wisconsin Farmers Union State Convention (2015*, 2016*)

National Farmers Union D.C. Fly-In (2014, 2015, 2016)

MOSA/MOSES (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)

Midwest CSA Conference (2013, 2015*)

Wisconsin Local Food Summit (2014*, 2015*, 2016*)

National Stakeholders Conference – Farmer Veteran Coalition (2015)*

DATCP Regional Programs (Marketing) (2014)*

Farmshed Beginning Farmer Course*

Golden Sands RC & D Regional Programs (Marketing)*

*Presented or Participated on a panel


Chris and Maria practice sustainable agriculture and humane livestock husbandry practices, pasture raising heritage breeds, keeping the strains alive for flavor diversity. They even have a farm sanctuary area where they place poultry that is pecked and bullied by the other poultry, so they can enjoy some quality of life before processing
Nami Moon is the ideal example of what to look for in a farm. In addition to their strong commitment to the local food movement and responsibly-raised products, you’ll also find that everything they offer is delicious. For me it’s important to not only know where my food is coming from and how it has been treated, but also to have the opportunity to develop relationships with the people behind…
Ted MulveyOshkosh, WI
My family and I have been purchasing Nami Moon chickens for over a year and we could never go back to grocery store chicken. Not only do we have piece of mind that these chickens were raised humanely and with great food and care, we also know it is the best chicken we have EVER tasted. When you bake a Nami Moons chicken, the whole house smells like heaven. We have used their stock kits and those k…
Lisa and Gene HoodAppleton, WI