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Coming Soon

Nourishing Our Wolves

   Emotionally   Physically   Intellectually   Socially   

Students develop connections & understanding

 while growing produce for our school & community.

Culturing Fish And Harvesting Produce Through 


Our Aquaponics Unit consists of 3 grow beds in which we grow a wide variety of produce.

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(3rd Bed)

The nutrients that the plants receive are provided by fish that are raised in a 200 gallon tank.

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(Fish Tank)

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The Aquaponics Unit has been made possible through a grant from Farm Technology Days along with additional support by the Algoma School District.

Efficiently Growing Produce With Our New 


The Flex Farm Hydroponics Unit provides fresh, leafy greens. and herbs for use on our salad bar and in our foods classes. Soon. we will be supplementing meals served at Wolf Den and providing greens for our future Community Kitchen.

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(Outside of System)

(Overview of System Open)

The Flex Farm has the potential to produce up to 25 lbs. of produce every 28 day cycle.

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(Lettuce out of plug w/roots)

(Bucket of harvested lettuce)

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The Flex Farm has been made possible through a grant from the Live Algoma, Community Give Back Dollars.

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“Here in Algoma, we have embraced a “start small, scale-up” attitude towards collective action in our school district community. Reflective of that, our N.O.W. (Nourishing Our Wolves) Community Garden Center, located at the high school, has supplied enough lettuce for our salad bars with only ONE hydroponic unit.

Noticing our need for more produce, as our youth and our families are safer at home, we reached out to Fork Farms to purchase an additional hydroponic unit. Thanks to a generous and anonymous donor who believes in the way we lead, we now have not one – not two – but THREE hydroponic units.

In a few short weeks ahead, we will be able to scale-up our reach to our community – ensuring our youth and families have access to fresh produce.”

Teal VanLanen – Director of Improvement & Community Engagement, Live Algoma – Algoma, WI



Hot Composting   Vermicomposting

Students are making the most of their food scraps as they actively engage in composting -- Through vermicomposting and hot composting.

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(Scrap food bucket)

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The new compost tumblers allow is to compost throughout the school year.

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The compost will be used to enrich our gardens and grow microgreens.

The 2 compost tumblers have been provided by the Kewaunee County Garden Club.

Partnering With 


During the summer, students enjoy gardening with adults from East Shore Industries. We grow produce in elevated beds which were made possible through a grant from  Wisconsin Public Service.


Copyright 2017 Josh Kohanek-Photo Courtesy of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

During the fall and winter months, East Shore clients continue their gardening experience indoors with the high school Botany class.

Copyright 2017 Josh Kohanek-Photo Courtesy of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation


Learning About Nature In Our 



Part of the outdoor classroom consists of two perennial beds which attract residential and migratory wildlife.

Our 40' x 40' Pollinator Plot is being developed through the Fish & Wildlife Service Office in Green Bay.

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