"The founders of FGF have distinguished themselves as “visionaries.” With boundless enthusiasm and social media skills, the FGF team has built a significant following. Excellent computer and research skills have made it possible for FGF’s new farmers to access and absorb tremendous amount of information about farming and nonprofit operations. Those watching FGF’s evolution most closely note that FGF is growing and becoming more aware, focused and smart about what they’re doing. “FGF is learning and evolving.“
Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats give us their rich, sweet milk to drink, make into cheese, soaps, and lotions.
Babydoll Southdown sheep–aka the Weed Abatement Crew–patrol the farm, gobbling up unwanted vegetation.
Our flock of thirty or more Khaki Campbell and FGF Heritage ducks provide much-needed insect management services.
Fifty or more chickens of diverse heritage keep us well-stocked with fresh, multi-colored eggs.
Thousands of native bees come home to their “bee hotels” after a hard day’s work of pollination.
Hundreds of Red Wigglers–the world champions of composting–worm their way through farm leftovers, turning it back into nutritious soil.
Two lucky bunnies and a rescue horse named Nahla coordinate farm atmosphere and remind everyone what a joy it is to find your forever home.