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Red Goose Gardens

Red Goose Gardens is a small farm near Shelly, MN that grows vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers according to organic principles. We sell our produce to families through a CSA program, deliver to area restaurants and customers at farmers' markets in Fargo-Moorhead, Grand Forks and surrounding areas.

We are now accepting new members for the 2011 season! To find out how to join, click on the "Blog" link at left and select "2011 Membership Info". Basically, you send us the information we need of you and mail in a deposit check - pretty easy! Feel free to contact us and express your interest.

There is more information on the CSA also in the Blog section.

To see answers to FAQs and prior Newsletters click on "Files".

For general questions feel free to email Thor.

We are also accepting interns for the 2011 season. For information on how to apply send Thor an email.

Visit the Red Goose Gardens Facebook page
http://www.facebook.com/editalbum.php?aid=451142&add=1&id=148361130045#!/pages/Shelly-MN/Red-Goose-Gardens/148361130045

Contact: Thor Selland (Owner)
Phone: (218) 886-6281 or 218 886-6133
Website: redgoosegardens.com
E-mail Address: redgoosegardens@gmail.com

Location:
Shelly, MN 56581
Norman County
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"Cheddar" cauliflower
"Cheddar" cauliflower

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FAQs, 2010 (457.4KB pdf)
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News & Updates:
Express your intention to join us in 2011 with an email or phone message; click on "Blog" for details.

RGG will again offer homemade jams, granola, pickles and more to members throughout the 2011 season. Please contact Thor for details.

Look for us at the Town Square Market in Grand Forks on Saturdays starting in late June. We may also be attending markets in the FM area. Feel free to ask Thor for details.

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2011 Membership Info
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