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Sorry, but currently we have NO rice for sale.

Unfortunately I had no time to get out ricing this past fall.

Watch Ben and I harvest wild rice (during 2013) at:


      Ben and I harvested some excellent wild rice, September 1, 2013.

Wild Wild Rice

Our rice was gathered by the Caithamer Family from local waters using traditional methods and finished (parched and cleaned) by a local man who learned the fine craft from his father.  Our rice is truly wild and that is why we call it "Wild Wild Rice."  Unlike the cultivated wild rice commonly available in stores, our rice has not been genetically modified, artificially fertilized, or treated with pesticides.  Wild Wild Rice is available in convenient 1 or 2 cup packages.  Price is $5.50 for a 1 cup and $10 for a 2 cup package.  

Jacob uses traditional cedar "knockers" to gather wild rice from a local lake.

Fresh, or "green," rice before it is parched and cleaned.

We offer rice for sale in convenient 1 and 2 cup bags.

A simple and delicious recipe for our wild rice:  rinse 1 cup rice with water, place 2 and 1/2 cups chicken broth and rinsed rice in pot with 1 diced onion, bring to boil, reduce to simmer, keep covered for about 20 minutes.  Yields about 4 cups.  If desired, add some slivered carrots or peas prior to cooking for a bit more flavor and color.  You will find that our rice is more tender and cooks in about 1/2 the time compared to store-bought rice.   Enjoy with fish, fowl, and other meats. 


100% Pure Maple Syrup

Sorry, We Have None For Sale in 2022

This is fine maple syrup made how their grandfather taught them.  The Simpson brothers collect sap from their sugar maple woods near Mikana, Wisconsin (about 40 miles from here), boil it down over a wood fire, then filter and bottle the delicious treat.  The product never leaves their control.  Some trees are tapped the old-fashioned way, like their grandfather did nearly 100 years ago in the same woods. Some are tapped with more modern methods.  Regardless, their syrup is the best

We offer the syrup in pint ($8.50) and quart ($16) bottles.