About the Farm

Our forty acre farm is located on the bluff of the St. Croix River south of Osceola, Wisconsin.  The surrounding landscape offers a nice mix of woods, vernal ponds, lakes, and rolling farmland.  Dairy farming was the primary type of agriculture in this township for much of the past century.  In recent decades, a diverse collection of small farms have started to put down roots here.

In addition to our 18 acres of tillable cropland, our farm has a nice mixture of ponds, pasture, and woods.

We are committed to practicing good stewardship of this beautiful piece of land.  We continue to plant trees, take erodible land out of production and monitor the health of other life forms who also call this small farm home.

Also see: history page and about the farmers.