Alicia Razvi is a first generation farmer in her second season at Wooly Thyme Micro Farm in Central Wisconsin. Wooly Thyme Micro Farm is a 2 acre, 20-member CSA, halal pastured-poultry operation and also sells pastured eggs. Alicia received her BS in Elementary Education and BA in music from the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point. After teaching, she took time off to raise her three children. Growing food for others became a passion around 2012, after her husband survived Leukemia through a stem cell transplant. She has spent her time since then involved in the Wisconsin Farmers Union and building her small farm.