How did you get started?

It all started when Michael watched a video called "Home Grown Revolution". See the YouTube documentary HERE.  And our personal story is HERE.
 

how do I buy your goat milk caramels?

We'd love for you to give our goat milk caramels a try. Go HERE to order.
We also offer local pickup at our FarmShop on Thursday mornings from 9-11:30am. See the FarmShop page HERE for more info.

do you sell your caramels at other stores or markets?

We sure do. Currently our caramels are sold at 7 local stores in the Phoenix Valley as well as Terminal 3 and Terminal 4 in the Phoenix Airport.
 

Do You Offer Wholesale Pricing?

We offer volume discounts for shop owners who are interested in carrying our caramels.  For more information, please contact us HERE.
 

do you "rent" space out for parties or events?

Yes - we sure do. We'd love to talk with you about reserving a garden space for an adult gathering or party or a corporate event. Email us through our contact form HERE. At this time we do not host weddings at our farm.
 

I'M A PHOTOGRAPHER. CAN I USE YOUR FARM FOR A PHOTO SHOOT?

Yes! Photography sessions must be approved and scheduled by contacting us through the contact form HERE. Our photography site fee is $90 an hour. 
 

can i volunteer at the farm?

As a busy farm we always love extra helping hands. Volunteers "work" under Joy, our farm manager. Contact us HERE for more volunteer information.
 

HOW DO I BUY YOUR PRODUCE AND FLOWERS?

We grow produce for our Farm Members only. When we have overflow from the harvest, we put it in the FarmShop which is open to the public on Thursdays, 9:00 - 11:30 AM. More info on the FarmShop page.
 

How can I be added to the newsletter list?

We always encourage every one to keep up on all our farm news and updates. Subscribe HERE.
 

Can I visit the farm?

We welcome you to visit our FarmShop which is open to the public on Thursday mornings from 9-11:30 am. We sell our caramels, handcrafted gifts, flower and herb bundles. Read more about our FarmShop HERE.
We are a working farm with a bustling caramel business as well as growing for our Farm Members.
We are only open to the public Thursday mornings for the FarmShop. 
 

HERE'S A LITTLE "TOURING" VIDEO OF OUR GOAT MILK CARAMELS AND THE PROCESS: