Improving our plot in life
Local Family Farm Since 2022
Years ago, my Grandfather farmed a few hundred-acres iin northeast South Dakota. While successfully raising a large family on farm income, he earned many awards for his conservation and stewardship of his small plot.
I’ve always viewed my Grandfather as ahead of his time. He planted hundreds of trees to limit erosion, used the slopes in the land to mitigate runoff, and cared for the soil to sustain his family. This was decades before, “organic,” “regenerative,” or “sustainable” terms were commonplace.
Farming is in our blood.
We all want to make a positive difference in the world. The Pulschers (Greg, Laura, Evelyn, and bub on the way) believe that investing in yourself, your family, friends, soil, and the local community are the most significant vehicles for positive change.
Our mission is to grow delicious and nutritious local food that improves our plot in life.
We achieve this by constantly adjusting and learning new processes.
There is no point in waiting for perfection, so we make do with what we have now.
Thank you for your generous support of our family farm. We hope to provide you with superior local produce that will inspire you to improve your own plot in life.
Meet the Team
You don't have to be a Pulscher to work here... But it helps.
Assistant to the CFO
CEO in name only. Busy ensuring Naptime/snack times are consistently practiced.
Greg has a farming background growing up on Miller Farms in Colorado. Over the years, he has designed and built decks, gardens, and chicken coops and continues to learn where and how our food came to be.
Greg wants to share his passion for food cultivation and history. From our ancestors turning poisonous weeds into delicious produce and the journey our food takes from seed to plate.
I hope to spread an appreciation for our amazing food.
Chief Research Officer/ Quality Control
Laura has an extensive background working with animals, microbes, and Greg. A recent Ph.D. graduate, as the doctor in the household, she takes pride in making sure the farm and food are top quality. Also, ensuring there is a limit on how many potatoes are grown.
Laura looks after the holistic approach of Pulscher Farms by taking care of the soil, microbes, insects, animals, bats, and plants that make the system work.
Evelyn's qualifications span an entire lifetime, managing the worms, mud quality control, and ensuring afternoon snacks and naps are adhered to.
Evelyn's love for food started at an early age and has slowly grown to be a consumer of fine food. She often will throw her food on the ground to prove a point to her private chefs.
As CFO, she is known to be cheeky and an all-around cutie-booty.