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'Cheese capital' gets its book
An individual browses through the newly published book chronicling the history of the cheesemaking in Green County, titled "Cheese Country," during a release party at the National Historic Cheesemaking Center Monday. (Times photo: Anthony Wahl)
MONROE - A spiral-backed book chronicling cheesemakers in Green County was published recently thanks to the work of volunteers at the National Historic Cheesemaking Center. A group of seven county residents headed by Fritz Kopp helped to produce the book "Cheese Country," which they hope will bring more tourists to Monroe. The 104-page book contains many anecdotes and 200 photos pulled from the center's archives.