Join our CSA for 2015!

Sign up here--Early Bird pricing applies through March 17!
 
Small-scale farming has taken quite a hit in the past century. Willow Ridge Organic Farm is part of the solution to this problem. Join us--and become part of the solution, too!

Support the "right kind of farming" through CSA--Community Supported Agriculture. I'll do the planting, weeding, and harvesting. Your CSA membership will provide a dependable market for those efforts. You and I will be joining forces to determine a renewed vision of agriculture. CSA is the modern equivalent of a farming community where the farmer does not stand alone.

For your support you'll get a beautiful and bountiful share of the upcoming season's harvest once a week throughout the growing season. Your meals will come from vegetables and fruits grown in a living and healthy soil, tended and harvested with care and experience. Your sharebox will be filled with delicious food that is life giving, nutrient dense, garden fresh, vine ripened when it should be, properly handled, and really good for you and your family. 

Here's a little about the farm and the exquisite land you will be supporting with your CSA membership.

The farm sits on top of a ridge, a thousand feet above sea level where the air is clean and the view is awe inspiring. It's just a stone's throw away from the Kickapoo and Wisconsin Rivers at Wauzeka in Southwestern Wisconsin, in the heart of Wisconsin's Driftless Region. It's part of a unique and beautiful landscape that has both beauty and wildness, rivers and bluffs, ridges and valleys. 

Looking out at the beauty and richness of this place and the natural world, breathing in that clean air and working the land, as a caretaker and farmer, I'm connected--aware of my partnership with nature and the interdependence of all life.

As a shareholder and supporter, you are a vital part of that vision. We will be joining together to strengthen our connection to nature and to each other--protecting that beautiful landscape from factory farming, frac sand mining, and development. We will be at the wheel and steering agriculture back towards a culture we can be proud of. 

                                                                                              -- Farmer Renee 

     

   

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