WELCOME TO Girlfarm
Home to a place to learn
Home to a place to get your hands dirty
Home to exploring a working farm
Doing something Different
Adaptive Nimble Responsive
Small Family Farms are faced with a current of fast moving expectations from the eating public.
While "local food" burst upon the "foodie scene" and created a desire for local fresh food - the desire to drive to farms each week to pick up food soon became less novel as consumer lives became too busy
Learning to be nimble and adaptive to the changing expectation has also created an opportunity for something new at GIRLFARM
Instead of a traditional working farm we are expressing our joy of the land by inviting the public to share in what is now called agritourism
We are building tiny homes for farm stays, having music and food events that allow you to enjoy the farm as a special event
We will also have classes, tours, and guided hikes around the farm
Yes, you can still purchase food from the farm but it will be strictly on a pre-ordered basis
Change is part of being sustainable in fact, sustainable should become Adaptive
Let's see together what this next adventure holds
JOIN US as we Build a larger table for all.
While it is difficult to admit the truth - we did you the eater, a disservice. Delivering to your homes was not the best way for
to KNOW where your food comes from.
To have it arrive fresh and available at your door. While easy, it did not allow you the moment after driving down the dirt road to experience the changes to your farm, the seasons that bring the bounty to your tables, the opportunity to walk the land that has been stewarded and cared for to being forth the array of heirloom vegetables, herbs, and other farm offerings. There is something divine in picking a fresh green bean or popping a raw asparagus into your mouth sweet and deeply alive in that instant.
As farmers, we have always believed choosing the food for your table should be as important as choosing where you work out, what place you take your child for care and education, even the time you take for getting the oil changed on your car. SO we revisit our farming model in a few ways to both encourage you to explore where food comes from and see the farm as a destination.