Visit the Farm

Our forty-acre farm is located along the bluff of the St. Croix River approximately one hour northeast of the Twin Cities metro area.  (Map and Directions)

Members are welcome to visit the farm and see first hand where their food is grown.  Throughout the season we offer a number of structured events at the farm including a fall harvest festival.  This event offers members an opportunity to tour the gardens, meet other members and interact with their farmers. Additional opportunities to visit the farm in previous years have included a soil building seminar, canning and sauerkraut making classes, vintage baseball games, and a barn-raising in the fall of 2004.

Other things to do in the area

Wisc Dept. of Tourism PhotoThe Osceola area and St. Croix River Valley have other attractions that may be of interest to you while you are in the vicinity, including: canoeing on the St. Croix River; riding the historic Osceola train; camping at one of the three state parks along the river - William O’Brian State Park, Interstate State Park in WI and Interstate State Park in MN, or biking and bird watching in the area.  Members are welcome to stop by the farm throughout the season.  Given how busy we are, it is helpful to call ahead  715- 294-2831 and let us know of your intended visit.