Wozupi Tribal Gardens

Wozupi Tribal Gardens

Growing for a Sustainable Community

Wozupi Tribal Gardens is a certified organic vegetable garden and fruit orchard, and also features a greenhouse and high tunnels, a chicken house and pasture, and a sugarbush (maple syrup) operation.

Wozupi grows food in a natural way that nourishes the earth, prioritizing the traditional Native American practices of land stewardship.

Wozupi's Grounds

Wozupi’s grounds include a one-acre vegetable garden, a three-acre fruit orchard, greenhouses and high tunnels, a maple boiling facility, a native plant nursery, and small gardens for seed-saving and pollinator habitation.

Did You Know?

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

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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.

Wozupi Tribal Gardens

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