Local Business Heroes

Local Business Heroes are important partners, helping to promote and support the work of the Cable Community Farm. Many of these businesses contribute through volunteerism as well as through financial and in-kind donations. Show your thanks to these businesses for supporting us by supporting them at every opportunity!

If you or somebody that you know has a local business, you can download the Local Business Hero Form and mail it in!  You can also contact katie@cablecommunityfarm.org for more information.


Located in downtown Cable Wisconsin in the heart of the Chequamegon National Forest. Open year-round, The Brick House Cafe offers great coffee, espresso, lattes, mochas, frappes, smoothies, pastries, and desserts as well as Breakfast and Lunch.

The Brick House Cafe and Catering.

logo2008_001 Chiropractic care is a safe and fast way to treat muscle, joint, and nerve pain. Dr. Brenda Brueske provides chiropractic and massages services based on your needs at a reasonable rate.

Cable Chiropractic.


Cable Lumber and Home is a full-service lumberyard located downtown Cable, featuring a complete line of building products: windows, doors, decking, siding, cabinetry, flooring, dimensional lumber, nails/screws, tools, and so much more! Free estimates, plan services and boom truck delivery are just a few of their services.

 Cable Lumber & Home.


The Cable Natural History Museum, located downtown Cable, offers visitors a chance to connect to Northwoods nature through educational experiences that inspire wonder, discovery and responsibility.  The museum features program and events for all ages all year long!

Cable Natural History Museum

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The Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival takes place every year in September, with the most challenging race being the 40-mile trek over the famed American Birkebeiner Ski Trail, forest roads, and snowmobile trails in Sawyer and Bayfield counties.

 Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival.

1323463682Located in the heart of the Chequamegon National Forest, CrossWoods’ 220 acre wilderness camp is the ideal location for your group’s next retreat, conference or workshop.  CrossWoods’ six day Adventure Camps are packed full of excitement and life lessons.

CrossWoods Camp.

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King Realty offers properties for sale throughout Northwest Wisconsin including real estate listings in Bayfield County, Ashland County and the Hayward Lakes Area of Sawyer County.

King Realty.

northnatives Owner Sarah Boles is a self-taught naturalist with a background in ornamental horticulture, landscaping and garden design that offers clients an alternative to traditional landscaping by restoring and beautifying their land using native plants.

Northern Native Plantscapes.

mqdefault Northland Lawn, Sport, and Equipment is a outdoor power equipment specialist, with a full line of products including snowmobiles, ATV’s, snow blowers and mowers, light farm tractors, chainsaws, and trimmers.

Northland Lawn, Sport, and Equipment.


Redbery Books, located in the Ideal Market building downtown Cable, is your one-stop shop for books, puzzles, and games for the entire family. Hosting author events and books clubs, Redbery Books is the literary center for Cable!

Redbery Books


Rondeau’s Shopping Center, a family-owned business established in 1929, serves both local residents and visitors to the area with groceries and hardware.

Rondeau’s Shopping Center

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Sara’s paintings celebrate the simple joys of everyday life.  Her studio is nestled in the woods and she participates in the annual Blue Moon Art Tour.

S. Qualey Studio

We appreciate your support!

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We love cabbage!

It’s official:  the 2019 Vegetable of the Year is CABBAGE!  Cabbage is easy to grow, versatile and nutritious.  The Cable Community Farm was originally founded as a family homestead in the 1930’s.  Along with most family farmers of that era, the family would have planted lots of cabbage for fresh eating, to store in the root cellar, and to ferment in the form of sauerkraut.  Today, we are packing up cabbage seeds, along with planting instructions, to encourage people to grow some of their own food, creating a more healthy and resilient community.


The Cable Community Farm is grateful for the support of the Local Business Heroes, who provided the financial resources for the Vegetable of the Year campaign. This year’s sponsors include the Brick House Café, Brush & Bucket Painting, Cable Chiropractic, Cable Lumber & Home, Cable Natural History Museum, Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival, King Realty, Mark Rasmussen Excavating, My Villa, Northern Native Plantscapes, Northland Lawn & Sport, Redbery Books, and Rondeau’s Shopping Center. All of these businesses are committed to promoting local food production and healthy eating in our community.  We also extend our appreciation to Mimi Crandall, who painted the artwork, “Warm Cabbage for a Cold Day”, during a recent below zero stretch of weather.

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