Wilkerson Farm was started in 2010 as a "experiment" by a young man with big hopes. The farm have survived the years only through many difficult sacrifices. Although it has pivoted many times over the years, at the core is a desire to get back to a simpler, healthier life.
We strive to grow the healthiest produce using sustainable, organic methods. We grow a variety of crops during the summer to donate to Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantries. We may not be able to feed the world, but we can feed local families and neighbors in need.
We create a safe & fun environment for families to experience the beauty and bounty of local farmlands. Our annual Fall Fair opens each September and includes a corn maze, pumpkin patch, and carnival.
We believe in preserving the most productive soils for local food security. We hope to protect the last remaining farm lands from heavy residential & commercial development. We hope to preserve the essential knowledge and skills of growing, cooking, and preserving food.