Ten years ago, we as a family began to reevaluate everything—our health, our time, our priorities, our ideas of success. We also began to reconsider our relationship to the earth—its health, its food sources, and our stewardship of them. We wanted to reacquaint ourselves with nature through agriculture in a traditional farm setting. From this time of reordering came a place called WonderTree.
WonderTree is a working farm where our family became reacquainted with the wonder of life, growth, and the mysteries of nature. It is also where we learned about food’s unique placement as a means of land and human health. It became our mission to remain connected to the land we were helping to heal.
Over the years, we have extended an invitation to our community to share in this mission through Farm Days, glamping, and our on-farm market. When people visit WonderTree or sit down to a meal with one of our pastured meats, we believe much more is happening than mere tourism or eating. We believe people are sharing in a calling to improve the health of people, land, and animals.