Char and Dave Dulske, have been operating Cee-Dee Acres since 1986. Cee is for Char, Dee is for Dave, and Acres is for the farm. David grew up on the family farm which his parents purchased in the 1940’s. His parents went from dairy to chickens to pigs, back to dairy and ultimately pick your own strawberries. (Dulske’s Strawberries). Char and Dave started operating the farm in 1986 and bought the farm from his father in 1987. They started growing vegetables in addition to strawberries.
In 1989, they purchased property at the Intersection of I-39 and Hwy 54 in Plover where they located their Farm Market. In 1991 they started adding greenhouses to sell bedding plants, hanging baskets, etc. In 2003 they opened their first Farm Stand for many reasons, the main one being to bring their fresh produce closer to you, our loyal customers. They currently have one stand in Wisconsin Rapids and two (2) in Stevens Point.
Farming in Central Wisconsin is a Dulske family tradition that dates back to the 1880’s when Great Grandpa Andrew Dulski (Dulske) arrived in the United States and settled on the North side of Stevens Point. Grandpa Frank continued the tradition in the township of Lanark, living on a small side road off Hwy 54 that is now known as Dulske Road.
Char and Dave, along with their daughter Nicole, who is quite involved in the operation; are proud to carry on this family tradition.