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Pasqua, one of our Scottish Highland cattle, gave birth on Tuesday night to a large, stillborn calf. Traumatized by her loss, a long labor, and damaged nerves, she lay listless in the pasture. Our staff brought water, grain, and encouragement, but the real gift for Pasqua came from the third graders at Prairie Hill Waldorf School, who spontaneously sang choral music to soothe and comfort her.  

Spring is the time of year when many Waldorf schools bring their third graders to our farm to experience farm life....

Bat Mitzvah at Angelic Organics Lodge

Still on a high from our wonderful experience at Angelic Organics Learning Center! We couldn't have wished for a more comprehensive, informative, exciting, loving, and joyful journey. Noa was over the moon and hasn't stopped talking about the farm, and of course, the baby goats, to anyone who will listen! I believe that her time at the farm may have changed the course of her life. She is a passionate animal lover and I feel that now she is clear that working to support the welfare and wholistic care of animals, and her interest in living a farm life has...


Dear Friends of Angelic Organics Learning Center,

As we enter 2018, we are grateful for your support and the support from our community of friends, partners, and funders who made this year’s success possible.  We are inspired by the thousands of people -- farmers and eaters -- who participated in our programs and learned new skills to help them grow, get, and eat good food.  Together, we are building a local sustainable food and farm system. 

We are thrilled to announce two leadership changes in the Angelic Organics family effective February...

“We are witnessing the greatest injection of carbohydrates into the biosphere in human history―[an] injection that dilutes other nutrients in our food supply.”  Irakli Loladze

As far back as the early 1920s, Rudolf Steiner, founder of Biodynamic Agriculture, suggested in his Agriculture Course that “a lot of things have diminished in their nutritive value,” partly due to the early adoption of chemical fertilizers.

AJ Weis’ farm story begins at an early age. He grew up on his family’s farm, a conventional row crop farm in Burlington, WI, before attending University of Wisconsin-Madison...

It is a warm and windy June afternoon when I give Stateline Farm Beginnings graduate Vanessa Quiñones a call to learn her farm story. Vanessa started The Victory Garden Farm in Fredonia, WI after graduating from the Stateline Farm Beginnings program in the fall of 2015. She also balances an off-farm job as a massage therapist with farming the land she shares with...

By Jessie Crow Mermel

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The work of growing food for others offers many challenges, but rarely garnishes much in the way of recognition and acknowledgement. However, the work of two women farmers was celebrated at the recent Good Food Advocate Celebration on April 28, 2017. Andrea Hazzard, farmer and proprieter of Hazzard Free Farm and Ketura St. Fleurose, Roots & Wings Youth Leader, environmental activist, and high school student, were honored as the 2017 Good Food Advocates by Angelic Organics Learning Center. The award recognized the two women for their work in supporting the mission...

The 2017 season has begun and Upper Midwest CRAFT has already facilitated three successful field days! John Hendrickson’s topic of Managing for Profitability (with the added bonus of an equipment demonstration from Alabama-based Oggún Tractor) gathered 12 participants on...

Angelic Organics Lodge is currently under renovation with plans to open in July of 2017. The Lodge will offer overnight farm stays that immerse your head, heart and hands in the rhythms of our organic & biodynamic farm!

The Angelic Organics Learning Center board and staff team acknowledge the passing over the threshold by Denise R. Stennis on February 16, 2017. We celebrate her life and her many contributions, and we miss her terribly.

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