Sacramental Agriculture: An Interview with Mike Miles Jan 25

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Sinsinawa Mound Center is sponsoring Sacramental Agriculture: An Interview with Mike Miles from 7 to 8 p.m. CST Tuesday, Jan. 25. The event will be virtual. Miles is a regenerative farmer and cofounder of Anathoth Community Farm near Luck, Wis., a Catholic Worker farm. He’ll discuss hope, farming, spirituality and wooly mammoths! We’ll explore his important land practices of sinking carbon, building topsoil and raising nutritious food. Miles will also share exciting ecological transformations happening across the world. Join us as we bring hope to farming and spirituality. Anathoth Community Farm was established in 1986 as a center for study of nonviolence, community, and sustainable living. Today, it sponsors educational events on the farm to promote good health and sustainability. Eric Anglada, Sinsinawa Mound’s ecological programming coordinator, will lead the interview. The fee is $10 per person, and the registration deadline is Jan. 24 at 4 p.m. Please register by contacting Arrangements at 608-748-4411 or visiting our website at



Here's the recording of the zoom interview.  Guided by questions from fellow Catholic Worker farmer Eric Anglada (who has heard my ramblings too many times) I think we knocked it out of the park. Wanna know how regenerative agriculture saves the planet? Take a listen..... from Mike Miles.



Sinsinawa Dominicans

Contact: Sister Reg McKillip
Address: 585 County Rd. Z, Sinsinawa, WI 53824
Phone: 608-748-4411


Anathoth Community Farm

Contact: Mike Miles
Address: 740 Round Lake Road, Luck, WI 54853
Phone: 715-472-8721 
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