Our farmers work hard to make Gwenyn Hill Farm a sustainable operation. We’re united around one common goal: Steward the land to feed our community for generations to come.
Since co-founding one of Wisconsin’s premier CSA farms in the 1990s, Linda has had numerous achievements from her 25 years in organic farming.
Land and Livestock Manager
With a passion for organic, grass-fed dairying, Ryan brings a keen interest in combining land conservation with productive farming practices.
Liz got her start at Gwenyn Hill as an apprentice in the Organic Vegetable Farm Manager Program, a project of FairShare CSA Coalition. In her new role, she continues to learn about what it takes to run an organic farm in a way that is sustainable for the land, the business and the people growing the food.
Land and Livestock Assistant
Joshua grew up in corn- and soybean-rich central Iowa, where heritage poultry breeds and heirloom vegetables opened his eyes to sustainable agriculture.
Benjamin and Ezequiel Zuniga
Harvest and Post-Harvest Managers
The Zuniga brothers, Benjamin and Ezequiel, have been working in organic produce production for over two decades.
Organic Vegetable Farm Manager (OVFM) Apprentice
Brian grew up in an agricultural community in northern Wisconsin, working and learning on neighboring farms. After graduating with a BS in psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2009, Brian joined the U.S. Marine Corps, living and working all over the world.
Born and raised on this land, Lloyd is intimately familiar with the topography, natural springs and soil types. He’s an invaluable resource and guide.
Quentin grew up on a dairy farm in Ontario, Wisconsin, where a visit from a local beekeeper stoked his fascination with bees. This blossomed into a mentorship with a former president of the Wisconsin Honey Producers Association.
Our farm has a rich history that shapes our present farming practices. Learn more about the people and traditions that continue to inspire us.