Food. Fiber. Culture. Community.

Wool, meat, eggs, and milk from heritage breeds of sheep, rabbits, chickens, and goats, available on farm or through our online store.

Gather & Grow

On Farm Experiences

Diary of a Farm Virgin

Seeds & Seasons

Why High Hog?

Like so many great stories, ours began with a dream and a promise.

When we first settled on the name for our farm, we didn’t know if we would have what it takes to steward the land, but we loved the idea of achieving improbable dreams (hence ‘flying pig’). It was a cute, tongue-in-cheek play on words, meant to inspire flying high. Simple living requires very big dreams. Ironically, we hadn’t considered how many people would assume we were a pig farm, (even though to further complicate things, we have raised pigs in the past).  Our farm centers around our love for herbs, our passion for natural fibers, and the joy of growing together as a family. We are rekindling an intimate connection to the land, drawing from it and one another. The way we grow and prepare our food are cultural expressions of ourselves and those we love and we are grateful that it connects us more deeply with our community. Ours is a journey of uncovering and reclaiming ancestral wisdom and skill as we unlock the potential of a healthy tomorrow. Our name contains hope and promise and serves as a joyful reminder.  As we root ourselves in living this lifestyle, we hope to inspire others, offering a glimpse of what we do and why… herbs, fiber, and dreams included!

 Welcome to High Hog Farm. We’re glad you’re here!

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(2020 On-farm internships are currently on hold)

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Creating a thriving hub for multicultural and ancestral agrarian arts, land-based education, and regenerative growth. Cultivating goodwill and understanding between people across difference through education, hospitality, and play.


To operate a sustainable family farm, providing local communities and those most vulnerable, with quality food, food-based education, and support for an equitable food system.

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