Whirlwind Farm has been growing and providing locally grown, clean food for 16 years. Where soil health and diversity means health not only in our nutrient dense food and our farm but in the health of the people who eat our food, it radiates out to the health of our local community and economy.

      Come see us or volunteer at the farm, look for us at area farmers markets, or shop at our on line store where you can get food year round not only from us but from some of our other farming friends as we work together to bring you the best we have to offer. Thank you for supporting your farming community.


     We feature recipes for in season produce that you may not know what to do with.  Or just a different twist on the familiar. We also encourage anyone to contact us and share a favorite recipe they may have.

    Nutritional information  is included for the main vegetable in the recipe for those who are health conscience, to make informative decisions concerning their food.

We also have buttons below that will allow you to surf our archived Recipes for what interests you.
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New recipe from Julie Bjorland;

Using our greens called Mizun a that is usually used as a salad additive and will get a horseradish taste when the weather gets warmer she has made a yummy dip out of.

Gluten free, high protein dip!

Mizuna green dip

1/4cup chopped mustard greens 

1/4 teaspoon Dill 

1/4 teaspoon garlic powder

 1/4 teaspoon onion powder 

salt & pepper to taste 

12.3 oz Ex Firm Tofu

1 TBS milk

In blender or food processor mix tofu, milk and spices. Blend until smooth. Add chopped greens. Refrigerate

We encourage you to share your recipes with us, we all look for inspiration when we get tired of eating our own cooking. So we would like to here from you. You can e-mail at whirlwindfarms4@gmail.com or use our contact page. Look forward to some great recipes!

News from  the farm

Jan 23 rd

What a rain we had last night! Everyone's pond seems to be full and we have made progress on the water deficit from last summers drought.

It is usually at this time of year that the field crops melt in the field from the cold and the rains. This morning they looked fine and we have been getting enough wind and sun in between rains, so the field crops have continued on. We still have turnip greens, Chinese cabbage, diakon radishes, arugula, asian greens still in the field, green onions have made a come back this week and look good.

A couple of weeks ago we have planted 2 high tunnels with early crops and they are up and look good the swiss chard hasn't made a good stand so far, but the beets, mustard, lettuce mix, spinach, kale, radishes, onions, turnips, bok choy, and arugula have.

We will be getting our spring fields ready soon. The winter has just zoomed by so fast, and the market season will be upon us quickly. We are planning on planting about another 1/2 acre more this year and we are looking for help. So if you know of a young person who would like a summer job let us know.

Did You Know?

 This section of our site contains what you as a buyer of local foods may not know, and would like to know about your food, farming techniques, regulations or gardening products.

This information is provided to help you make informed decisions about the food you put into your bodies and your health. We'll also include practices or products that we use in farming or you use in gardening that would make a difference in your food choices.