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Beaver Creek Gardens

Your Local Food Connection

Beaver Creek Gardens since 2009

Our mission is to produce locally grown healthy food for local consumption reducing our carbon footprint.  We harvest our own seeds, grow our inputs and do everything possible to cycle what our partner, Mother Nature, gives us. We have been providing food locally since 1999.  We use many heirloom varieties and only organically approved pest and weed management systems.  2020 marks many changes in our activities and our location.

 

This year, all our activities will be centered at the Somers Farm and Prairie in Northeast Kenosha County, WI. We offer 3 pathways to be a part of Beaver Creek Gardens this year. Our educational program includes the fruits of labor and learning by taking home produce you have grown. Or, simply sign up for 9 - 3/4 boxes of fruits and vegetables between late June and mid-September. Subscribe Now. Or, join our effort signing up as a preferred customer and you will get the weekly newsletter, availability list and access to purchase items from our gardens on a first come first serve basis. It is called Grown@Home, a joint collaboration with Hawthorn Hollow, Nature Center and Arboretum. Kenosha is the new location production of our vegetables. For more information on this program, please visit the CSA subscribe now page to sign up or contact Cheri Doetch at 815-494-1251, CDoetch53@gmail.com

 

 

Due to safety concerns, we will adhere to all guidelines for social distancing and other measures to reduce the spread of COVID 19. We understand there is a high interest in both food safety and food sovereignty. We have modified all programs to address becoming better connected with your food.

 

 

 

 

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