Author Archives: Heather

It’s Sweet Pea Time!

Beautiful Sweet Peas are in full bloom at Goebel Hill Farm.   Sweet Peas are picked fresh every summer morning here on the farm through the month of July.  Bouquets available at Save the Day Floral Design in Arlington, Washington or for pickup here at the farm.  Email info@goebelhillfarm.com or call 360.691-6161 to reserve yours today!

Our Neighbor the Sarvey Wildlife Care Center

At Goebel Hill Farm we love wildlife and work hard every day to maintain and enhance native habitat for Washington wildlife on our 19 acre farm in Granite Falls. As the population pressure in Snohomish County increases the need to support our neighbor nearby – the Sarvey Wildlife Care Center does too.

Hal and I will be attending Sarvey’s Go WILD!  Gala Dinner and Auction on June 17th at the Tulalip Casino and Resort in Marysville and would love to see you there.  The gala begins with a program featuring non-releasable raptors, followed by cocktails, a delicious dinner, a special video presentation, a silent auction, wildlife “adoptions”, music, and an amazing raffle.  So fun!

Goebel Hill Farm has donated a bouquet a week for a month – that’s FOUR WEEKS OF FRESH FLOWERS – to the silent auction to raise money to support Washington wildlife.  EVERYONE needs fresh flowers!!!   To purchase tickets to the gala event click here!

Turkey Vulture Enjoying the Sunshine

Do You Believe You Are Enough?

Early Years at Goebel HIll Farm

Early Years at Goebel HIll Farm

We’ve been super busy here at Goebel Hill Farm starting seeds, planting trees, hatching chicks and sifting through the stuff, of course.  We’ve been doing that since way back in 2008.  As I mentioned in my last post we knew there had to be a few vehicles under all of those blackberries when we bought the place and in order to move them on, we learned we needed to have a notarized abandon vehicle affidavit.  It was the only way we could recycle or sell them.  So I got on the internet, printed off the forms and called the Snohomish County Sheriff.

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