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Join us to celebrate our 30th Anniversary at our Open Farm Day, June 10, 2017, noon-6:30pm. This year we’re pulling the stops and doing it up in style!
Our farm fresh lunch will include:
Adult lunch – $15 in advance (locations for purchase coming soon!) or $20 at the farm
Kids lunch – $5 (12 and under)
While you’re here, make it a weekend getaway, and see some of Sauk County’s treasured sites:
Devil’s Lake State Park – the largest of Wisconsin’s state parks. Camping, swimming, and boat rentals!
The Aldo Leopold Foundation – visit this conservation guru’s famed shack!
Mirror Lake State Park – Camping and canoeing!
The Nature Conservancy, Wisconsin
H. H. Bennet photography studio, Wisconsin Dells
Four Elements Organic Herbals is located on Jane Hawley Steven’s and David Steven’s 130-acre farm, set in the pristine Baraboo Bluffs of Wisconsin, and designated as one of the “Last Great Places” by the Nature Conservancy.
Certified organic since 1990, she still grows diverse species from which plants are carefully selected to produce herbal products from the fields, prairies and woodlands of the farm.
Located just one-hour northwest of Madison, freshly harvested herbs are handpicked at peak potency and processed at our dedicated facility to insure Natures constituents are truly represented in every product. The balanced formulas are intended to increase your beauty and wellbeing. And the energetic preparations will fortify your trust in Nature.
Four Elements Herbals began in 1987 as the pursuit of Jane’s dream to establish a family farm and continue her horticultural career while raising a family. After completing a B.S. in horticulture, she began specializing in the diverse qualities of herbs. She and her husband, David supplied stores with organically grown potted herbs and developed an extensive herb collection. Herbs became a way of life from cooking and crafts, to body care and healing. It is from tried-and-true experience that Four Elements products were created.
Our goal is to discover the alchemy of nature — simple and pure food for your skin. Each item comes forth from a precious element of the earth.
Join Jane for a Virtual Fall Garden Tour
We hope you will feel the love and respect for our earth and its power as it flows from our gardens to you.
We are proud to partner with the following local and/or organic farms:
Century Sun Oil Organic sunflower oil used in most of our moisture creams and body oils.
Kohnert Organic Farms Organic herbs blended into our home grown herbal teas.
John Rogers Beeswax All of the beeswax in our products comes from local bees.
Burmeister Ginseng Wisconsin grown, American ginseng for our teas and tinctures.
Through your support of Four Elements Herbals and Jane’s commitment to our community, the following organizations benefit:
The Baraboo Range Preservation Association
International Herb Association
Madison Herb Institute
North Freedom Elementary Prairie Project
Organic Processing Institute
United Plant Savers
Wisconsin Unit, Herb Society of America
WORT Community Sponsored Radio
Youth Environmental Projects of Sauk County
MOSA – Midwest Organic Services Association.
This national certification program requires farms to undergo annual inspection. To qualify, MOSA requires farmers to practice organic growing techniques in areas such as soil fertility and pest management. Proudly, Four Elements has been certified organic since 1989, and with MOSA since 2009. This means that we bring you only pure, chemical-free herbal products. We believe Four Elements products are the purest body care products you will find.
All oils used in our products, although not MOSA certified, are expeller pressed, an ancient Japanese method that does not use chemical for extraction. Our vitamin E oil is derived from the natural source, soybeans. We proudly use certified RSPO organic and sustainable palm oil.
Many people who are sensitive to perfumes and cosmetics find they can enjoy our products because they are very pure, and no artificial fragrances are used. All of our products are packaged in recyclable containers using recycled packing materials.
Call 608-522-4492 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.