About our Farm
Twin Elm Gardens was founded in 2008 by Luke Wojcik and is located just outside of Pulaski, Wisconsin. Currently we have a little over eight acres in production. At Twin Elm Gardens you will find bountiful fields of a wide variety of vegetables, compost piles scattered around the property, high quality organic fertilizer for the farm provided by earthworm castings, a flock of free-range chickens, pasture-raised meat chickens, pasture-raised pigs, and a wide assortment of in-season fresh fruits and vegetables. In addition to our field production we have three greenhouses which allow us to extend our season into the winter months, making fresh food available year round. We also specialize in growing micro-greens such as baby sunflower greens, pea shoots, and a variety of micro greens such as kale, arugula, cilantro, and more.
The owners of Twin Elm Gardens are Luke and Melissa Wojcik. Luke and Melissa live on the farm with their sons, Henry and Griffin, and their dog Tobshu (Toby). Luke graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville in 2010 with a degree in Horticulture and an emphasis in Business Management. His wife Melissa also graduated in 2010 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Biology Education and is a middle school teacher at Bay View Middle School. They have two wonderful boys who enjoy learning about farming, as well as an awesome dog, Tobshu, who oversees everything happening on the farm.
At Twin Elm Gardens, we are passionate about growing food that is healthy for you and is sustainable for the future. We are dedicated to providing healthy natural foods to people in the greater Green Bay area. It is our goal to produce chemical free food in harmony with Mother Nature.
Owner of Twin Elm Gardens
Luke on the farm's tractor, getting the field work done!
Melissa and the boys
Melissa with the boys and Luke in the largest greenhouse!
Our faithful farm dog and manager