Wozupi Tribal Gardens

Wozupi Tribal Gardens

Growing for a Sustainable Community

Wozupi is a 13-acre organic vegetable garden and fruit orchard that also features a greenhouse and high tunnels, chickens, honeybees, and a maple syrup operation (sugarbush).

Wozupi’s honey, maple syrup, and organic produce and eggs are available for purchase seasonally at Mazopiya, located at 2571 Credit Union Drive in Prior Lake. Wozupi grows food in a natural way that nourishes the earth. The certified-organic farm prioritizes the traditional Native American practices of seed-saving and cultivating medicinal plants.

Wozupi's Grounds

Wozupi's grounds include a 13-acre vegetable garden, a 3.25-acre fruit orchard, greenhouses, high tunnels, a root cellar, organic gardens, and a small medicinal garden. Wozupi’s heritage breed hens produce farm-fresh eggs, its honeybees are used to pollinate the farm’s plants, and every spring the farm’s stand of maple trees turn out 100-percent pure maple syrup.

Did You Know?

Wozupi, pronounced woh-zhu-pee, means “garden” in the Dakota language.

Find Out More

Wozupi Tribal Gardens

2041 140th St NW
Prior Lake, MN 55372
952.233.9185 (fax)

Volunteer With Us

We're always looking for volunteers to help out in the gardens. If you're interested in volunteering, please email social@shakopeedakota.org or use the form on our website.