Prairie Module No. 3 is sited outside of Reedsburg, Wisconsin and was commissioned by the Wormfarm Institute. This work continues our investigation of adaptive sculpture/architecture within a rural agricultural context. This is the third project in the series of large-scale cuboidal forms that connect with prairieland. The sculptural work has been designed to have a dual existence: one as a sculptural object in the landscape followed by its adaptation into a tractor shed on a local farm. This module is made out of cedar timbers and is whitewashed with milk paint made from ingredients sourced at an area farm.