There are so many ways to become engaged at the Cable Community Farm! From volunteering to donating to having a plot in one of the Community Gardens, take a peek at how you can become involved growing food and building community! To receive our monthly e-newsletter, sign up on the homepage.
The Cable Community Farm is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We depend on financial contributions to further our mission of growing food and building community.
We have two Community Garden sites: the Community Garden at the Cable Community Farm (located at the farm at 13765 Perry Lake Road, Cable, WI) and the Downtown Garden (located behind Fogarty Medical Clinic and across the street from the Chequamegon Fat Tire office in downtown Cable). Both sites are fenced, with easy access to water, good dirt, and a supportive community of growers. If you’d like to serve as a “mentor” for beginning gardeners in the Downtown Garden or if your group would like to volunteer in the Growing Together Garden, email Cheyanne.
Growing Together Garden
The Growing Together Garden is where community volunteers work together to plant, weed, water, and harvest fresh, organic produce for the Cable Area Food Shelf. Since the local food pantry is only once a month, the produce that is harvested on Sundays is put into the “milkhouse” building at the farm for Free Food Mondays, when anybody can pick up fresh, local produce at no cost. Donations are gratefully accepted. For more information, contact Liz Schneller, Growing Together Project Leader, at 608-343-1693 .
Spring Work Days
In May, there is always plenty to do to get ready for the busy summer growing season. From clearing brush to tilling garden plots to painting buildings and fences, there’s a job that is just right for everybody.
Come and visit us at the Cable Farmers Market and Cable Market Saturday mornings from 9am to 1pm. The farmstand alternates weekends between the Farmers Market located in the parking lot between the Brick House Cafe and the Cable UCC Church, and the Community Market located at Rocky’s Auto off Highway 63.