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Our Story

Meet Anthony and Paige, a husband and wife duo with a passion for sustainability and a desire to reconnect with nature. Living in a densely populated city for the past 20 years they embarked on an unconventional journey back to their roots to create a sustainable regenerative farm in Northern Michigan.
Together with their family they’re transforming a small plot of land into a sustainable farm while maintaining the native biodiversity. Their goal is to also serve as a classroom for others eager to learn a more harmonious and self-sufficient way of life.
Anthony and Paige Patterson, owners of Wyld Chyld Farm

Our Mission

Welcome to our family-owned farm-to-table slice of paradise, where our deep-rooted passion for regenerative practices and sustainable agriculture is at the heart of everything we do. We’ve seen what traditional farming does to soil health, the surrounding biodiversity and wildlife, and the detrimental impacts it has on our global climate.
Our mission is to work harmoniously with the land to cultivate a diverse array of functional foods that thrive within our local ecosystem. We believe in nurturing the soil, preserving native plant species, and practicing regenerative farming methods. This will enrich the land while providing nutrient-dense foods that everyone can enjoy.

Soil health - it matters.

Soil health. This is the most important factor in growing your own food. It directly impacts the quality, yield, and sustainability of your crops. Healthy soil provides essential nutrients and minerals to plants, supports beneficial microorganisms, and regulates water retention and drainage. Additionally, healthy soil helps prevent soil erosion, reduces the need for chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and supports long-term environmental sustainability, unlike monocrop farming techniques.
Our unique farming systems will allow us to preserve the natural environment around us, recycle waste, maintain healthy soil, and minimize disturbance to the local wildlife…because that’s how it should be. 
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