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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. 2020 will be our 6th growing season, and we're honored to be feeding our community!

Fall Share: Week 3

Posted on November 12th 2019 by Lauren and Craig Kreutzer

It's the middle of November, but this weather has us feeling like we're in deep winter. Despite the frigid temps, our hoophouse greens are hanging on! Spinach and salad mix are available in this week's share. The spinach is flavorfull and full leaf - great for salads or for cooking. We've moved our washing facility into the greenhouse. Our packing... read more »

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