2017 Sunset Concert Series Lineup Release

Foxhollow Farm Welcomes a Fresh, Local Lineup of Artists Our fourth Sunset Concert Series is upon us!  The concert grounds are thawing, birds are singing and life is beginning to grow again in the hillsides and pastures of Foxhollow Farm.  […]

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Eat Less Beef…We Mean It.

Everyone should eat less meat. It sounds strange, coming from a grassfed beef farm. But a willingness to look at the whole picture of sustainability is essential to who we are at Foxhollow Farm. Our proprietors call themselves “Land Stewards” […]

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Our Local Hero

One of the most important pieces of advice we pass on to people who call us is to know your farmer. That’s important for a few reasons. Firstly, it means you’re buying local. Secondly, it gives you a chance to […]

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The Winter Path

The Earth takes a very specific journey throughout the seasons of the year. Rudolf Steiner, the founder of biodynamic agriculture, describes this journey as a gradual breathing out, followed by a slow in breath. He is speaking of the movement […]

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Birds Should Be Birds

In honor of the Thanksgiving Holiday, we took the opportunity to profile our Partner Growers, Matt and Hillary Sargent. Matt and Hillary are the farmers behind Roots Underwood, a soil to community wellness business at Foxhollow. They raise a variety […]

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Welcoming Maryhurst to Foxhollow Farm

The second Saturday of October, Foxhollow Farm opens the gate to thousands of visitors at our Annual Fall Festival. Many people know that this Festival is a vehicle to raise funds for Maryhurst and Foxhollow’s outreach.  Over the past 6 […]

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German Red Garlic

July is the time of year when I come home smelling of garlic no matter how many times I scrub my hands with Sage Botanical’s Gardener’s Soap. Last October, Christopher and I filled one of the Kitchen Garden raised beds […]

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Community Raised Beef

On a cold morning in February 2009, I was at a National Grass Fed Beef luncheon, enjoying a slice of meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, and collard greens. I had the pleasure of sitting next to a fourth generation cattleman from Georgia, […]

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