What To Know When Visiting Our Farm on a Thursday Morning.

Because our little goat dairy and farm in the middle of Scottsdale seems to be a cool and curious thing it's often forgotten that it's not only a full time working farm but that it's our home as well. We live here, work here and find rest here.  We seek to steward our time wisely with all the daily demands of the farm, market, goat dairy and our caramel production and thus open the farm to guests and question seekers one morning a week.

Almost every Thursday morning we open our farm/home to the public for our farmer's market and French cafe from 8:30 until noon. We close the farm at noon so we can grab lunch and then resume our farm chores.

What To Know When Visiting On Thursday Mornings

Walk through here - under the garden arbor - between the two garden beds and head toward our Farm market and French Cafe.

Walk through here - under the garden arbor - between the two garden beds and head toward our Farm market and French Cafe.

Park and Walk Toward the Market Area - We are in the process of clarifying our farm pathways and ask that after you park - head directly to the the market and farm area NORTH of our vintage fence walking through the wooden gates. The area where there are shade cloth covering and pallets of transplants is NOT a public walking area.

Some of our regular farm volunteers doing all sorts of farm chores - weeding, seeding and beautifying the farm.

Some of our regular farm volunteers doing all sorts of farm chores - weeding, seeding and beautifying the farm.

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