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Wolf Ridge Organic Farm


During COVID-19, Wolf Ridge’s farm is busy growing food for the food shelves in the Arrowhead region. AEOA (Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Association) brings a truck weekly to load the harvest and deliver it to local residents in need. 

Normally, the farm supplies the Wolf Ridge cafeteria with healthy organic produce throughout the year. The long-range goal is to provide veggies 3 meals a day, 140,000 meals per year!

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    The farm is below the ridge, and will features 3 hoop-houses, crop fields, classroom space, and a processing building.

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    Our goal is to grow all of the vegetables we serve in our Dining Hall. That's locally-grown organic food for a lot of meals!

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    Visitors can participate in classes about growing food sustainably.

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    These peppers might be destined for the fresh pizza you make in the farm's brick oven during Pollinator's or Soils class!

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    Fresh salad greens and other vegetables are harvested by students and staff.


Wood-fired Pizza Fridays

We are also inviting the public to get outside for a Friday Wood-fired Pizza Picnic made from the week’s fresh vegetables and other delicious ingredients, plus scrumptious fruit sorbets. Take out only. Advanced orders required. Order Tuesdays at noon through Fridays at noon for pick up between 5:00 and 6:00 pm Friday evening.


The Wolf Ridge Organic Farm…

  • Grows, harvests, processes, and delivers fresh local organic food to the Wolf Ridge Dining Hall.
  • Educates students, teachers, and parents that attend Wolf Ridge ELC about healthy eating, sustainable farming methods, the benefits of eating locally grown food, and land stewardship.
  • Reduces our carbon footprint by trucking in less food from long distances.

The Wolf Ridge Organic Farm includes three 30’ x 96’ high tunnel greenhouses, a processing building for washing, cooling, and storing vegetables, an outdoor classroom, a wood-fired pizza oven, pollinator gardens, and crop and research fields. A wood post fence encloses the farm perimeter. The clearing of fields (now with the help of a cadre of hungry, happy, root-digging pigs), landscape work, soil preparation, and fundraising are ongoing. The farm continues to grow every year!


Interested in working on the farm?