Farm Wisconsin, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting agriculture and educating the public, celebrated Earth Day with a focus on robotics and sustainable farming practices. The event showcased a variety of innovative technologies and farming techniques that are helping to reduce the environmental impact of agriculture and improve efficiency.

One of the highlights of the event was the use of robots in agriculture. Attendees had the opportunity to see robots in action, performing tasks such as planting, harvesting, and monitoring crop health. These technologies have the potential to reduce the need for chemical pesticides and fertilizers, as well as minimize soil erosion and water waste.

In addition to robotics, the event also highlighted other sustainable farming practices, such as cover cropping, crop rotation, and precision agriculture. Experts were on hand to explain the benefits of these practices and how they can be implemented on a small or large scale.

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