Philadelphia Community Farm began in 1990 as one of the first Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms in the Midwest. 2007 is our 18th season. The farm unites urban and rural people in a common effort to preserve a rural environment, regenerate field and forest, and improve water and food quality. We practice Biodynamic and organic principles to nurture the farm as a whole organism with a regenerating circle of soil, plant, animal, and human life. Fertility comes from our own composted cow, llama, sheep and chicken manure. Animals include Jersey and Dexter cows for hand milking, twenty sheep, three llamas, and 20-25 chickens. 400 acres on the St. Croix, canoes and a log retreat house are available for families and groups. We invite you to join with 100 member families and 1000 annual visiting students. Together, we are creating an environmentally sound, genetically diverse, and culturally rich, local food system.
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