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Anathoth Community Farm
Mike Miles
740 Round Lake Road
Luck, WI 54853
Phone: 608-886-0030
Link: Website
Anathoth farms is dedicated to environmental stewardship, humane animal management and making connections with food lovers and growers throughout the area. They practice sustainable grazing methods for the health of the land, the contentment of the herd, and resultant great taste and high nutrition of their meats and produce. Please text or call for information. • Vegetables • Beef cattle • Poultry • Pigs • Education • Farm Stays — B&B, campsites • Visitors year-round by appointment and scheduled events
Blackbrook Farm LLC
James and Ayla Dodge
1150 35th Avenue
Amery, WI 54001
Phone: 828-702-0444 or 651-343-2595

Link: Website
Blackbrook Farm is a certified organic diversified family farm. Their 140-acre farm is home to pasture-raised hogs, poultry and beef cattle. James and Ayla Dodge and their two young sons grow 15 acres of vegetables for their large CSA, a Minneapolis farmers market, and for wholesale through two farmers cooperatives. Their Highland beef cattle (well suited to Wisconsin’s harsh climate), and rotationally grazed. • CSA vegetables • Pastured hogs • Pastured laying hens and meat birds • Grass-fed beef
Bull Brook Keep
Dave and Sylvia Toftness
765 50th Avenue
Clear Lake, WI 54005
Phone: 651-238-8525

Link: Website
Bull Brook Keep is about “keeping” key values — food that’s deeply nutritious and delicious, humane animal husbandry, sustainability, transparency, and farming with a tiny carbon hoof print®. Dave and Sylvia Toftness farm in harmony with the seasons and rotationally-graze their herd to promote health: of soil and pastures, water, livestock, family, and customers. Sylvia grew up in the South Bronx, while Dave is Amery-born and bred. Together they invite you walk the pastures and meet the moos, take a class, or share a cup of tea. “We’d like to hear about your food journey.” •100% Grass-fed beef — no grain, hormones or subclinical antibiotics •Online and in-person classes: Sourdough bread-baking; cooking pastured meats •Visitors welcome all year by appointment, and for scheduled or private events
Crystal Ball Farms
Troy DeRosier
527 State Road 35
Osceola, WI 54020
Phone: 715-294-4090

Link: Website
• Dairy • On-farm creamery • Row crops • Diary foods • On-farm store • Cream-topped milk and cream available at local stores • Visitors year’round by appointment
Cylon Rolling Acres
Leslie and Scott Svacina
Deer Park, WI 54007
Phone: 715-607-0248

As land owners, Leslie, Scott and their two young children are proud to care for their land in ways that not only benefits their livestock and pasture, but also the soil and wildlife. It also the reason why they rotationally graze their meat goats. “ We’re doing our part to provide nutritious food to our greater community,” said Leslie. “This doesn't really need much more explanation. It is what it is and we're glad to play a part in our regional food and ag system.” •Pastured goat meat •Farm tours - by appointment •Breeding stock •Online classes
Dragonfly Gardens
491 US Highway 46
Amery, WI 54001
Phone: 715-268-7660
Link: Website
Dragonfly provides one-stop shopping for all perennial and annual garden and landscaping needs. Knowledgeable staff can help you select the best options for your garden, lakeside property, or house landscaping. •Offers a vast array of native wildflowers, grasses, ferns, shrubs and trees •Area’s best selection of annual and perennial bedding plants, vegetables and potted herbs •Seeds •Garden supplies
Farm Table Foundation and Restaurant
110 Keller Avenue
Amery, WI 54001
Phone: 715-268-4500
Link: Website
The Farm Table Foundation strives to demonstrate and encourage the deeply rooted links between local, sustainably-grown foods, flavor and nutrition, and local economic and community vitality. The Farm Table Restaurant sources most of its ingredients from farms within 30 miles of its kitchen. It’s expert chef transforms local foods into memorable meals. The Foundation sponsors online and in-person classes, hosts local art displays, and helps area schools and organizations link to the local agricultural strengths. •Farm-to-table restaurant •Event space •Art gallery •Educational programming (cooking, gardening, farming)
Glenna Farms
Rick Glenna
1333 120th Street
Amery, WI 54001
Phone: (715) 268-4702
Link: Website
• Vegetables • Maple syrup • On-farm store — see website • Visitors year ‘round for scheduled events
Hungry Turtle Farm & Learning Center
410 125th Street
Amery, WI 54001

This farm is dedicated to trials and demonstrations of regenerative practices anchored in its geography, climate and soil. The farm and learning center are all about welcoming visitors to see and be inspired through land-based learning, experiencing nutrient-rich foods, and ways to reawaken our habitat. • Hands-on, land-based learning • Demonstrations of sustainable farming and gardening • Demonstrations of place-based, sustainable soil restoration, water protection • Event space • Visitors welcomed to scheduled events
Legacy River Coffee Roasters
Tyler McCarty
P.O. Box 111
Amery, WI 54001
Phone: 715-554-3601

Link: Website
Legacy River Coffee Roasters is committed to quality and great flavor, sustainability and fair trade, tradition, hospitality and community. “We’re about the daily rituals that rejuvenate our wellbeing,” says owner/roaster Mike McCarty. Coffee creates community and a gathering place for old friends to catch up, congregations to connect, and a way for co-workers to refresh. • On-site roasted coffee beans from Central American, family-owned farms • Roasted beans available online, and from local Amery stores.
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