As I was walking down our farm’s “Apple Blossom Lane” to the goat barns recently, I noticed the telltale signs that our Gravenstein apple trees have fruit that is becoming ripe. For me this means it’s time to bake an apple pie! Sebastopol’s Celebrated History With The Gravenstein Apple Sebastopol is well known for Gravenstein […]
About Sharon Bice
After assisting Redwood Hill Farm in 1999 in launching their first website, Sharon returned to the family business full time in 2000, bringing 16 years experience in the graphic arts field, with a specialty in print media design. She handles photography, web editing, label/package design, as well as assit with public relations and marketing for the award-winning family farm.
Once again we’ve pressed beautiful, delicious extra virgin olive oil from last fall’s harvest of our Tuscan variety olive grove. Each time I enjoy it over fresh greens or just enjoy by dipping with homemade bread, I’m reminded of that harvest weekend. We had lots of family help, again, and help from a new harvest […]
Thanks to all of you who came to say hello and spend time with us in 2017. The Redwood Hill Farm harvest is complete and with the colder, shorter days of fall and winter, we look forward to more time in front of the hearth as we browse seed catalogs, plan the spring garden […]
At Redwood Hill Farm, we’ve been farming gardens and orchards just as long as dairy farming—nearly 50 years. It is typical in Sonoma County to experience an extended dry period, or drought, each summer without rainfall for many months. We are therefore accustomed to using water wisely and have implemented different water conservation systems which […]
Part 1: Growing Our Own Drought Resilient Goat Feed – Tagasaste Conserving precious water is on our minds as we are facing another year of severe drought in California. We’re resilient folks, and are constantly looking at ways in which we can do our part at the Farm as well as at the creamery. Redwood […]
“Goat people” love to collect all kinds of goaty items. Enjoy this collection of some of Jennifer’s favorite art pieces collected over her 45+ years of owning and loving dairy goats.
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Jennifer will be honored at the 42nd Annual Ag-BBQ We’re so happy to share that the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce recently announced Redwood Hill Farm owner and CEO Jennifer Bice will receive the Leadership in Agriculture award at this year’s Agri-Business BBQ on July 29th! The 42nd Annual Agri-Business BBQ honoring the diverse and […]
How we control the flies on our organic farm including complete plans for “Mother Nature’s Fly Trap” We are totally committed to protecting our environment and the health/safety of our employees and goats. Therefore, we have a policy of zero tolerance for synthetic chemical pesticides. Cleanliness and sanitation are the first line of defense against […]