Who We Are
Welcome to Winnowburrow Farm where we are proudly producing cut flowers, herbs, mushrooms, eggs, and nutrient-dense heirloom produce in beautiful West-Central Wisconsin. By implementing sustainable, chemical-free and regenerative practices we hold ourselves to the highest standards of good land stewardship and are invested in not only preserving but restoring native habitats.
As we continue to embark on our journey in local cut flower and food production, we feel it is imperative to educate the greater community about the importance of regenerative farm practices, and about heirlooms and food biodiversity. Considering that 75-95% of global food biodiversity has been lost to GMO’s, monoculture and hybridization, our commitment to growing heirlooms is one of social responsibility.
By adapting rare and endangered food species to our local climate and growing conditions, we help to foster food safety for ourselves and our community, both local and global. And the bounty is such a joy to share!
The journey of becoming farmers and the daily discoveries of life on the land and within our wonderful rural community has been epically rewarding! We are immensely grateful for our family, friends, shareholders and regular market customers who support us in countless ways in this grand adventure!
Please feel encouraged to reach out to us with questions, suggestions, or to inquire about any of our local, chemical-free products, including, (but not limited to): breathtaking cut flowers, culinary herbs and seasoning mixes, free-range eggs, (from happy, heritage breed chickens fed ONLY organic supplemental grains), rare and endangered varieties of heirloom produce and heirloom garden seeds.
We grow most standard culinary herbs and most of your “garden variety” veggies such as Tomatoes, Potatoes, Beans, Corn, Carrots, Onions, Garlic, Salad Greens, Squash, Broccoli, Kale and much more. We are also in the beginning stages of shiitake mushroom cultivation and are working to offer nature-based gifts and decor for the holiday season.
Small family farms are not possible without the support of patrons invested in local food. Thank you!
Bonnie & Josh Warndahl