The name Goosefoot didn’t emerge from a fondness for feathered friends or feet, but from our appreciation of nature and its potential.

A goosefoot is actually a plant—one that has deep roots and tall, strong stems. There are 150 varieties—some that flower, some that are herbs and some that grow into shrubs—so the goosefoot or chenopodium genus is a diverse community in and of itself.

We think those qualities of being securely grounded in place, of strength and stability, and of inclusiveness fit us. We hope you do, too.