RCVC is a diversified vegetable farm located just north of Plymouth, in Sheboygan County.
Our passion for farming stems from a responsible land ethic and our love of good food.
We seek to enrich lives and soil by growing delicious vegetables
and a community connected to the land.
What is a CSA?
CSA stands for Communtiy Supported Agriculture.
It is a sustainable farming model in which the customers are members and shareholders of our farm and invest each season in exchange for produce. CSAs create a relationship of mutual benefit and trust between members & farmers. The members receive a reliable source of fresh, high quality vegetables grown without pesticides. The farmers receive the
assurance of seed money and a direct market for the good food they produce and deliver.
For more information on CSAs and their history visit
The Pleasures of Eating, an article by Wendell Berry
Civil Eats is a great food politics blog
Food and Water Watch, has your environmental concerns covered
Slow Food, a International Non-profit Organization in support of good food for all
Food In Jars, a resource for preserving the harvest
Restaurants and Food Cooperatives...
We organically grow over thirty kinds of vegetables and would love to sell to you fine folks. Please contact us if you are interested in placing a weekly order from us or for information on specialty crops.
For more information or to order vegetables, give us a ring or shoot us an email.
Where is the farm located?
RCVC calls the beautiful northern kettle moraines home.
The farm is just 50 miles north of Milwaukee, just past Plymouth,
in the town of Rhine Center.
Our mailing address is:
N 9140 Sebald Road Elkhart Lake, WI 53020