For the past 13 years, we have been developing a beautiful flock of Dorper Sheep. Through age-old management practices, we work with the animals’ natural instinct and eating habits to create a balanced and productive ecosystem. Our accordance with the sheep, highlights the natural tenderness and delicate texture of the Dorper breed. Read the rest of this entry »
The Willow Farm is located an hour south of San Francisco, in the rural community of Pescadero, California. The owners, Neil and Alix Curry, emigrated from Australia twenty years ago and their farm is the culmination of a business vision driven by the desire to be profitable without compromising ecologically sound farming practices. Read the rest of this entry »
MUSEUM OF OUTDOOR ARTS PREMIERES WEIDENBLUME - A living
willow structure using willow poles from The Willow Farm.
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The Willow Farm is located in a rural community where the environment stimulates creativity and art. In additon to our family supporting and volunteering in our local schools, we have been able to donate to other counties within the Bay Area.
After a project with The Children’s Discovery Museum, we were contacted by Wild Zones, www.wild-zone.net whose mission is to nurture a generation of youth who love the earth and love their own lives. We continue to donate to this organization and are thrilled that so many more children can experience the joy of imagination and nature. Read the rest of this entry »