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 see if your food values match that of the person who raises your food. Lastly, […]
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 years, we have been able to donate nearly $60,000 to Maryhurst. The funds go toward […]
Announcing Jeff Poppen Workshop!
We are very excited to announce that Jeff Poppen, the Barefoot Farmer, is returning to Foxhollow for an annual workshop. The class is perfect for gardeners or farmers who’d like to deepen their understanding of soil biology, minerals and tilth. Jeff’s enthusiasm for local food production and distribution stems from his own experience farming. For […]
The First Foxhollow Farm Fall Festival…Happily Ever After
The Foxhollow Fall Festival, now in its 7th year, started out as a Cinderella story. I had a vision of people coming out and experiencing the beauty of fall at Foxhollow Farm. My image of the festival stretched beyond our borders. It happened quickly and was going to include a castle built of hay, pumpkins, […]