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Known & Grown exists to help farmers within the St. Louis foodshed spread the word about their practices, their products, and the principles that ground their work.

Known & Grown STL is a project of Missouri Coalition for the Environment, on behalf of the St. Louis Food Policy Coalition.

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Wolf Creek Farm

Roger and I (Deb) are lifelong growers working with Nature, business and commerce environments.

“Roger is a corn and bean farmer, and I am a vegetable grower.  Merging our skills is a challenging and rewarding lifestyle.

Wolf Creek Farm LLC grows wholesale vegetable crops like onions, sweet corn, summer squash, and root crops.

Involvement from infrastructure and vegetable crews help multiply the yearly growth of Wolf Creek Farms’ quality wholesale vegetable business.

Nature is our boss. We take care of the vegetables and land while nature provides increasing energetic yields. Some of our principles involve carbon farming, pollinator habitat, protecting natures gifts of beneficial (insects), permiculture systems, and donations to charity food kitchens, shelters, animal protection ,and investments in conscientious food businesses.”

Visit Our Farm!

Location

Deb Flannery & Roger Bock

Wolf Creek Farm LLC

450 450th Ave, Williamsville, Illinois 62693-6009

Shop with us.

Wholesale buyers only, GAP certified product. We specialize in cabbage, onions, beets, and sweet peppers.

Contact us.

Deb Flannery
debsgarden@mac.com
219-405-7904

info@wolfcreekfarmllc.com

More About Our Farm

Conservation Practices

Use only USDA Organic or OMRI approved chemicals
Crop Rotation
Cover Crops
Season Extension (cold frame, hoop house, etc.)
Integrated Pest Management
Soil Enrichment Practices (organic methods with compost, non-synthetic additives)
Non-GMO seeds
Drip Irrigation
Pollinator Habitat Enhancement Plan

Additional Practices

WCFLLC uses water conservation practices integrating appropriate Permaculture, retention and reclamation features particular to our growing areas.  

We have considerations in place to help workers comfort and safety while working in the field and for those working in the wash and pack sheds, such as; proper drainage and softer, cooler grass strips between narrow beds for less stress harvesting.

Farm Size

5 acres