The Borner Farm Project is a working farm in the heart of Prescott, Wisconsin. We grow a wide variety of produce using organic methods, and sell our produce at our on-site farm market, as well as through our CSA and to several local businesses. We host semi-monthly community pizza nights, where we make our own dough, use our own veggies, and bake the pizzas in our two hard-working wood-fired brick ovens. We offer classes and workshops throughout the year, and are involved with sustainability efforts in the Prescott community, as well as in the larger St. Croix region.

Our mission is to help our families and our community become more economically, environmentally, and socially self-sufficient and resilient using several methods. We creatively apply permaculture principles to any aspect of our lives, and we renovate viable but aging structures on the farm. We provide education and programming focused on self-sufficiency, food, energy, and other areas. We showcase the importance of healthy soil with an abundant and beautiful food-producing landscape. A primary goal is to legally protect the land that the Borner Farm encompasses as a community asset for generations to come. The Borner Farm Project is a living, learning laboratory!

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The autumn frosts have come, our pizza season is behind us, and the last week of our CSA program has come and gone... but our market is still open!

Stop in any day between 9am and 7pm to pick up some of our farm-grown storage crops (winter squash, onions, garlic, parsnips, carrots, potatoes, etc), and bring home some farm-made applesauce, pickles, juice, ferments, pizza and pesto too! Our market also stocks an array of locally-produced products - raw, local honey from River Road Honey Farm; hand-poured soy wax candles from Wax & Wine just up the street; local eggs from the St. Croix Valley; and more.

Soon we will be moving our market over to its neighboring building for our winter market location. Watch the signs!

Catch up on the latest farm news by browsing our "The Garden Teller" newsletters on our resources page.

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