Check out Kuse Farm Museum and Nature Preserve Website

Friends of the Downtown-Medford members Hildegard and Loretta Kuse have been busy working on the Kuse Farm Museum and Nature Preserve website. It is quite impressive. Take a minute and check it out!

Welcome to the Kuse Farm Museum and Nature Preserve, a place where persons of all ages and interests can have an authentic experience with nature as it exists in their own backyard.Located at W6219 Allman Avenue, just north of the Medford Senior High School and Medford Area Elementary School, the 35-acre farm has been in the Kuse family since 1881. Although part of the land is still farmed for crops, trails surrounding the fields allow the visitor to view over sixty species of trees and more than fifty vines and shrubs, many wild flowers and heritage plants and the animals that live in this habitat. Exhibits in the museum buildings provide information about the ways the area has changed over the years and the way it has been viewed in art and history.

Located at W6219 Allman Avenue, just north of the Medford Senior High School and Medford Area Elementary School, the 35-acre farm has been in the Kuse family since 1881. Although part of the land is still farmed for crops, trails surrounding the fields allow the visitor to view over sixty species of trees and more than fifty vines and shrubs, many wild flowers and heritage plants and the animals that live in this habitat. Exhibits in the museum buildings provide information about the ways the area has changed over the years and the way it has been viewed in art and history.

Kuse Farm Museum and Nature Preserve

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Friends of the Downtown-Medford, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit focused on promoting Historic Downtown Medford, Wisconsin.