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Locally Farmed, Community Focused
We’re committed to regenerative farming practices that rebuild soil and bring back species diversity while growing nutritious and delicious food for your health and wellbeing.
It starts with the soil and ends with your “Yum!”
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Here at Three Goats Farm, we are dedicated to the development of healthy community. On top of donating weekly produce to our local food bank, we also seek out opportunities to give back to other local farmers. If you are a farmer and need some additional support this season, please let us know!
Levi is awesome! I have really enjoyed working with Three Goats Farm.
“Love the flexibility”
I have been so happy with our produce. It’s great to have the option to pick up our CSA from the farm or the farmers market!
You can tell they really put their love into their food over at Three Goats Farm. Not only is the produce fresh, but so is the team!
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Three Goats Farm News
- Recipe of the Month: Massaged Kale SaladServes 4-6 Ingredients: •1 bunch of kale, stems removed and leafs pulled into bite sized pieces •1/4 cup olive oil •1 lemon juiced •1/2 tsp salt •1/2 tsp pepper •1/2 c dried cranberries •1/2 c sunflower seed •1/2 c goatContinue reading “Recipe of the Month: Massaged Kale Salad”
- The Heat Dome and How Small Farms Can Better Survive Such CalamitiesOne every thousand years. That’s how often we should expect a heat event like the one we just had. Or maybe not. Scientists are warning that with global warming, we could be seeing a lot more of these types ofContinue reading “The Heat Dome and How Small Farms Can Better Survive Such Calamities”
- Having Fun with FungiIt’s been a while since our last post, but it finally feels like winter is here and most of the garden has been put to bed until next spring. Our work now consists of maintenance projects on the farm, buildingContinue reading “Having Fun with Fungi”