The Farm

The Somers Farm comprises approximately 100 acres of land east of the School Tributary. The Somers Farm is in an ideal location for sustainable food production. It is located in the most populous region in Wisconsin, close to markets demanding fresh, local food. At the Somers Farm, we believe where open spaces are protected, productive farmland should be preserved in order to continue the production of food for urban populations. Farmland is rapidly being developed for residential and industrial purposes in southeastern Wisconsin. Preservation of the Somers Farm is of high importance thanks to its location on the School Tributary and in close proximity to other greenways in the Pike River Watershed. This location lays the groundwork for a thriving partnership between sustainable food production and conservation.  

Learn more about sustainable agriculture, enterprise garden, and Beaver Creek Gardens at the Somers Farm below. 

Sustainable Agriculture at Somers Farm