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Certified Organic Farm in Waukesha County

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We invite you to join us — to honor farming’s past, support its future, and enjoy food that is delicious, diverse, and locally grown.

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Our Story

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Historic

The land of Gwenyn Hill was first cultivated in 1842 by the J.D. Williams family, whose fourth generation continues to help operate the farm today.

‘Gwenyn,’ which means ‘honeybee’ in Welsh, speaks to the Welsh heritage of our farm and recognizes our primary pollinators, that bring new life to our gardens, fields, and orchard each and every year.

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Protected

Once on the brink of being subdivided, our historic farm, with its underground springs, deep woods, and bucolic hill top views, is being protected and nurtured for future generations.

We are building soil health, replanting hedgerows, and increasing the number of birds, bees, and butterflies that make this land their home.

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Holistic

Gwenyn Hill is a sustainable, integrated, organic farm. We care for our livestock, crops, orchard, and market garden, as well as for our soil, woods, water, and wildlife.

Conservation and farming go hand-in-hand. Our Wisconsin farm is an interconnected, ecological web.

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Preserved

While we honor our farm’s distinguished past, it is for the future that we undertake our work.

Our eye is on tomorrow’s children, on the health of the land they will one day inherit, and on the nutritional value, flavor, and diversity of the food that will nourish us all.

We are passionate about preserving our land.

Our Farmers

Linda Halley, General Manager, Gwenyn Hill Farm

Linda Halley | General Manager

Linda’s role as General Manager goes well beyond managing a farm to creating and developing a diverse, certified organic farm that is more sustainable than a conventional crop operation. She has 25 years experience as a recognized leader in organic farming.

Ryan Heinen, Land and Livestock Manager, Gwenyn Hill Farm

Ryan Heinen | Land and Livestock Manager

With a passion for organic, 100 percent grass-fed dairying, Ryan brings a keen interest in combining land conservation with productive, sustainable farming practices. He previously served as assistant preserve manager on the 8,000-acre Ordway Prairie in South Dakota.

Laurel Blomquist, Head Gardener, Gwenyn Hill Farm

Laurel Blomquist | Head Gardener

As Head Gardener, Laurel oversees 11 acres of organic vegetables, fruit, cover crops and herbs at Gwenyn Hill Farm. She leads the team that sows and transplants seedlings from the greenhouse to the field, harvests the produce and manages the packshed.

Lloyd Williams, Crops Contractor, Gwenyn Hill Farm

Lloyd Williams | Crops Contractor

Growing up on this land following three generations before him, Lloyd has spent a lifetime exploring its hills and woods, and farming its fields. Intimately familiar with its topography, natural springs and most fertile soil, Lloyd serves as an invaluable resource and guide.

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