Wolf Ridge Organic 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.
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!
Meet David Abazs, Wolf Ridge’s Farmer.
Interested in working on the farm?