In 2015 we started our business with our small, raised bed that we built in the back yard of our cookie cutter house. We found our passion and decided to purchase our current location in 2018. We quickly started expanding, including welcoming a 3rd son to the mix at the end of our first season at the farm. Since then, we’ve added a 2700 square foot high tunnel, more goats and chickens, U-pick flowers and pumpkins, and the Veggie Wagon. We’ve transitioned from being at multiple farmers’ markets to being open at the farm 6 days a week. All are welcome to come see Joel and Holly hard at work and encourage our little helpers, Samuel, Levi, and Isaiah.
WiseWood Farm is a small organic vegetable farm on 11 acres that has been in operation since February 2018. We also have about 40 chickens, 6 goats, 2 horses, and a donkey. We have been continually developing and growing every year through the addition of a high-tunnel and the Veggie Wagon, as well as growth in marketing, growing practices, and customer connections. We have operated a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program for all our years of operation, which has given customers fresh vegetables weekly as well as built a customer base for us.
At WiseWood Farm, we seek to see families thrive physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. We strive to offer the best varieties of the freshest produce grown without chemicals, using organic practices. We know that there is something special about truly local, genuinely fresh, strikingly delicious food. It affects us in positive ways that we don’t fully understand. We stepped out in faith to take on the huge challenge of growing God’s way. We use all-natural methods for weed and pest control. We even go beyond the requirements for “Organic”. We want to feel safe picking anything out of the garden and handing it to one of our kids to eat.
50 W 250 S, Lebanon, IN 46052, USA
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am-8pm
(Unless at Farmers Market or event)
2023 Farmers Markets:
Lebanon: Tuesday 5pm-7pm
Brownsburg: Thursday 4pm-7pm
Noblesville: Saturday 8am-12pm