Dane County boasts both the largest agricultural economy in Wisconsin and the state’s fastest growing, second-largest, metropolitan area. Balancing these competing demands requires careful planning.
Dane County farmers received over $1.4 million in tax credits in 2019, the largest amount received by any county in the state.
2022 Update and Recertification
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) last certified the Dane County Farmland Preservation Plan in 2012. State certification expires on December 31, 2022. The Dane County Department of Planning and Development, under the direction of the Zoning and Land Regulations committee, will be preparing an update of the plan to meet certification standards under section 91.10 of the Wisconsin Statutes.
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• Introduction to the Farmland Preservation Plan (PDF Presentation)
• Farmland Preservation Plan Steering Committee Agendas and Minutes (Legistar)
• Farmland Preservation Planning in Wisconsin (DATCP)
• Dane County Planning Viewer GIS Application