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Meadowlark Community Farm is nestled in the southwest corner of Juneau County in the Driftless region of Wisconsin. Craig and Lauren Kreutzer (and their family) grow about 2 acres of diverse, certified organic produce. 2021 will be our 7th growing season, and we're honored to feed our community!

Fall Share: Week 4

Posted on November 19th 2020 by Lauren and Craig Kreutzer

The final fall share! This gorgeous frosty morning has us reflecting on another growing season. 2020 was our 6th year with our own farm, and we are immensely grateful to our CSA members, neighbors, and community. We continue to be in awe of the bounty of produce this fall. With this bounty of produce, we plan to have a pop up farmstand on December... read more »

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