Hermit Creek Farm 65554 Spring Brook Rd High Bridge, WI 54846 Google Map 715-492-5969
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Directions to the farm

How to find us. 

Hermit Creek Farm is located about 19 miles south of Ashland, WI.  If coming from Ashland, go south on Hwy 13, continue past Marengo about 3 miles to North York Road.  Turn right (south) on North York Rd and continue 3 miles to the junction of Spring Brook Road.  Turn right (west) on Spring Brook and continue 1.5 miles to our driveway, #65554, at the bottom of a steep hill (known locally as "Poysa Hill") on the right.

If you are coming from the south on Hwy. 13, continue north through Mellen and High Bridge to North York Rd, turn left on North York Rd and continue as described above.

When you get to the driveway, it's forested at this point but come on in, the farm is just ahead. Park near the sugar house (first building you come to) and walk up the drive through the gate. The dogs, all border collies, won't bite but may herd which can include a nip at the heel! Just ignore them, if you can, they likely want you to throw a ball or frisbee for them. And watch for them as you drive.

Coquina, (aka Beans) is waiting to greet you.

We're likely around so if you don't see us, just look. Can't find us? We might also be working at our Broeniman Road property so go back out the driveway, turn left, go about 2 miles to Broeniman Road, turn left, go about 1.5 miles to driveway on left, fire #37099. 

Notes from the Farm KitchenAugust 15th, 2017

Greetings, welcome to Notes From the Farm Kitchen, a mostly weekly gathering of news, tidbits, recipes, and other good stuff from Hermit Creek Farm. The format is informal, we'll add as we go, just sc

CSA Share OptionsJune 26th, 2017

Whole Diet Shares Our goal has always been to provide a healthy diet year-round. Each delivery includes a mix of 8 to 14 different fresh produce items plus bi-weekly cheese from our friends at Sa

Sheep on PastureJanuary 3rd, 2017

Way back in the mid-1980's, when Hermit Creek Farm was a far off dream and we were looking for land, we planned on raising sheep. It seemed a natural fit. Landis spun wool and knitted. Steven grew up

What's up at Hermit Creek?

 

It's hard to believe we've slipped into August! The days already seem shorter, the cacophony of morning bird song is mostly silent now, several members of our stellar farm crew are already thinking of their next steps in life. It is the never ceasing cycle of living with the dynamic entity we know as Hermit Creek Farm.

 

A beautiful August evening harvesting broccoli

 

 Our awesome crew hamming it up in an awesome field of winter rye!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We believe in the old adage, "you are what you eat!" and besides our belief in organic food being healthier for you, it's also healthier for your farmer and the land.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At Hermit Creek, we're serious about how we farm, we're serious about our health, and we're serious about your health as well. Certified organic, it's simply plain old common sense.