Windrush Farm is a 26 acre farm in Marin County, just 45 minutes north of San Francisco.

The farm is home to sheep, cows, goats, chickens, llamas, alpacas, cats, Greer, the dog and Mimi, the human who is responsible for it all.

5 comments on “About

  1. Julie Mozena says:

    Hi Mimi,

    My friend Mia Pelletier from MALT just told me about your camp. My daughter Stella has been begging to go to a “farm camp” with her friend Amelia…I can’t tell you how excited she was when I told her about your farm! She jumped up and down with excitement. I just signed her up for a summer session. I’m so glad we found you – thank you for offering this special opportunity!

    Best, Julie Mozena

  2. Nancy Van Tassel says:

    Dear Friends: Are you going to have a annual Fiber Fest in 2012? If so, what date will it be?

  3. Pam Lambert says:

    I’ve been hoping to take a class on carding and spinning and other work with raw wool with my granddaughter, who is 6. Do you offer anything like that or do you know anyone who does? The yarn store in Petaluma gave us your name.

  4. Matt says:

    Do you sell sheep or goat milk, by any chance?

  5. Erika Cerutti says:

    Dear Mimi and Aaron,

    My daughters are anxiously anticipating their summer time at Windrush Farms! When can we expect the summer 2013 registration form/schedule to be available?

    Thanks! Erika Cerutti

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