Over the river and through the woods is the Wolf Ridge Organic Farm. Follow the seasons of planting, caring for, harvesting, and enjoying the delicious results in our dining hall.
With the sweet smells of homemade tomato sauce prepared earlier that day, this past Friday night was full of buzz at the Wolf Ridge Farm. Neighbors from Silver Bay, Finland, and other North Shore communities were there to pick up their very own wood-fired pizza made by farm staff and volunteers. Inspired by other small […]Read Full Post
We’re excited to welcome Sarah Mayer, the new Farm Manager at Wolf Ridge. She comes to us from southeastern Wisconsin. She has a B.S. in Chemistry and Environmental Science, Natural Resource Emphasis from Carroll University, Waukesha, WI. Wolf Ridge Almanac editor Lori Walewski sat down recently to learn a bit more about her story and […]Read Full Post
Tori Dahl is currently the Farm Field Manager at Wolf Ridge, a seven-month job she started in April, 2018. Her background includes B.A.s in Biology and English from California Lutheran University and from Antioch University of New England, a Masters in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Environmental Education, plus a Certificate in Food Justice and Resilient Communities. […]Read Full Post
“We should call that one The Great Pigdini!” “And that one can be named JEFF!” No matter what age of students you bring down to the farm, as soon as you allow them some free time to explore, they inevitably all end up surrounding the pigs. Meeting pigs isn’t the only highlight of the day. […]Read Full Post
If you happen to be visiting the Wolf Ridge Organic Farm this summer, you might see some new critters stalking about. Pigs, thats right. We have 3 pigs in each of 4 pens (12 pigs total) rooting around the scrub land that was cleared a year ago. When they get moved to a new piece […]Read Full Post
Today we were proud to be part of a tour of several awesome “Farm to School” projects in the northland. Read Wolf Ridge’s farm story.Read Full Post
David Abazs hails originally from the suburbs of New York City. A documentary about Amish life provided the spark to motivate David to pursue his dream when he was just seven – become a farmer. He goes on to say, “It [the documentary] was about these people without mustaches and beards and they used horses […]Read Full Post