Elizabeth Rich is a Wisconsin attorney who has practiced in the areas of environmental, land use and regulatory law for 30 years. She works for clients who challenge the government. She has lived on a 40-acre farm since 1995 and raises bees, goats for dairy products and chickens for meat and eggs. Over the years she’s kept dairy cows, beef cattle, pigs, ducks, turkeys, guineas, rabbits and geese in addition to a large garden and fruit production. Elizabeth’s goal is to produce as much of her own food as possible, as her 30 years of experience with the governmental agencies charged with protection of our food supply has led her to the conclusion that she is not protected.