October 8, 2017, Redwood Valley firestorms burned down the homes and barns of the Frey family, including Luke, Emily, Daniel and Molly’s homes. The family escaped, but the beautiful goats were lost. The Frey’s have generously hosted many school groups, farm apprentices, and Biodynamic education events over the years.
One of the school groups who have visited and worked on Luke and Emily’s farm is the graduating Class of 2018 from Waldorf School of the Peninsula. They invite you to contribute to the barn raising efforts, which will go towards funding new goats and farm and education infrastructure.
“Mr. Frey’s farm enabled my class to gain the valuable experiences of working outdoors, producing crops in an ecologically friendly way, and cherishing the livestock that our diets depend upon. My class appreciates the work and time of Mr. Frey in showing us the importance of retaining a meaningful connection to the natural world around us, and we hope to support him in the reconstruction of his property so as to give back to our agricultural mentor and allow future classes to experience the joys of making meals outside, hiking along the lost coast with an experienced guide, and sowing the seeds of crops to flourish over time.”
— Jordan Randleman, Class of 2018
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