Green County captures the spirit of Wisconsin. Small towns are rich with Swiss heritage and traditional chalet-style architecture, while also being home to the most master cheese makers and manufacturers of all the Wisconsin counties. As major producer in the dairy industry, Green County boasts a strong agricultural community for crops such as corn, soybeans, and alfalfa as well as livestock, including sheep and goat production.
Being an area of unique talent and artistic communities, Green County is host to a strong public school system and offers higher education opportunities at Blackhawk Technical College. The landscape offers multi-use recreational options on the Cheese Country Trail, and more than 150 barn quilts can be spotted on the historic barns scattered across the backroads of Green County. The county is also host to several breweries and award-winning brews including New Glarus Brewing’s classic Spotted Cow, and eateries with Swiss and German cuisine offering fondue, wiener schnitzel, and deep-fried cheese curds.