About Tamarack Garlic Farm...
Tamarack Garlic Farm is located a few miles off the Mississippi River in the rural "Tamarack" area of Trempealeau County, Wisconsin. Our 2017 field consisted of over 32,000 plants on approximately 3/4 of an acre. The first explorers in the Tamarack Valley noted this part of Wisconsin's "driftless" area being inhabited primarily with tamarack trees, so the name "Tamarack" was chosen to show our respect to our relatives who were some of the first to settle in this area 7 generations ago.
Jason has used his agriculture background & teaching experiences to help Tamarack Garlic Farm produce quality gourmet garlic. While teaching college-level Plant & Soil Science and Ag Mechanics classes, Jason shares his knowledge and experiences in agriculture with students, and has had the opportunity to have many experiences in agriculture-ranging from planting and managing a grape vineyard, raising bedding plants and poinsettias in a greenhouse, working at a local apple orchard, raising fish and shrimp to market size, restoring vintage tractors in the Ag Mechanics class, and is involved with the local county fair as an FFA Advisor and sheep superintendent. In his spare time, Jason can be found making wine and beer in the basement winery, and tinkering with his Case garden tractors.
Molly has over 12 years of experience teaching math in the high school setting, but is no stranger to agriculture. She grew up on a family farm in Medford, Wisconsin, and has been involved with Tamarack Garlic Farm since its inception. Hobbies include reading, quilting, and curling.
Both Molly and Jason can be found at their sons' Conner (9) and Tucker's (5) swimming lessons and baseball games in the summer when not in the garlic patch.
Our mission at Tamarack Garlic Farm is to provide the best gourmet garlic in the Midwest through using a combination of hard work and using innovative and sustainable agriculture practices.