The Wicked Good Farm
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Our Farm

We are a small 1.5 acre diversified vegetable farm. We strive to nurture our soil biology by incorporating crop rotations, cover cropping, composts and minimal tillage into our farm system. These practices help us provide nutritious food to you.

We offer an Online Market (produce and starter plants),Veggie Club Memberships (CSA's), and offer Wholesale opportunities.

Our Story

Brooke from Vermont and Sean from New Hampshire, left their roots following a passion with Sled Dogs.  This path led them from New England to Alaska and then eventually landing them in Montana allowing them to establish new roots.

Fast forward 18 years and Voila! Here we are helping to provide access to local foods. Having always had a small home garden, we generously shared our bounty with those around us.  Now following the need to fulfill the growing demand we have upped our game.

Meet Your Wicked Good Farmers

The folks who work hard every week to bring you fresh produce grown locally with intention.  We are lucky to call all of these friendly faces our farm family for the growing season, and beyond.

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Brooke 

Farmer & Day Dreamer

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Sean

Farmer, Delivery Specialist and Fixer of everything Brooke breaks!

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Mamma Chez

Too Many to list!
We are forever grateful for all the assistance Mamma Shea provides.
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Lauren 

Wicked Good Attribute

A caring family women that loves the outdoors and especially the importance of local food.  With great strengths in media her words are empowering and really adds to the Wicked Good team.

 

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Keith

Wicked Good Attribute

A professional chef, professional ski instructor and an amateur farmer.  Loves working outside and growing awesome tasting food! With his character a great addition to the Wicked Good team is formed.


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Wicked Good Volunteers

We are wicked grateful for our volunteers!  They feel like they are getting a great oppurtunity to explore familiar or unfamiliar areas in an average day on the farm.  In return we feel what they give us is more then we give them.

WGF gear coming soon!!

What Wicked means to us

For starters and clarification, our version of "wicked" stems for our New England roots were it is used as slang that adds emphasis. Synonymous with really, very and hella.

To describe how great something is: "Our produce is Wicked Good!"
To show frustration: "That driver is wicked slow!"
To show amazement: "Wow, that game was wicked awesome!"

To describe a person: "She's wicked nice!"
To describe the weather: "Man, it's wicked hot out here!"
To emphasize feelings: "That story made me wicked sad!"
To exaggerate your point: "That took a wicked long time!"