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What is a Goosefoot anyway?

It grows well in all soil conditions and is adept at revitalizing the nutrients in poor soils.

Goosefoot’s Executive Director to Retire in Early 2023

Sandy Whiting, Goosefoot’s executive director, will be retiring from her position in March 2023. She has served at our helm since August 2013, and has managed Goosefoot's growth from herself and one half-time staff person to a staff of nine today.

Goosefoot Supports WIGC & R.A.C.E.

Goosefoot continues its COVID-19 pivot by giving grants local organizations focused on food security and racial diversity.

Goosefoot and Affordable Housing

Goosefoot has a long history of being involved with the issue of affordable housing on South Whidbey Island.

Goosefoot Continues Its COVID-19 Pivot

Goosefoot adjusts its grant programs, community giving, workshops, and relationship with tenants to adjust to current needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Goosefoot Has Purchased Property in Langley for Affordable Housing

Goosefoot has purchased two adjoining parcels in the City of Langley to hold in trust for the building of affordable multi-family rental units.

Purchase of Property at 2nd & DeBruyn in Langley Finalized

The two parcels, sold to Goosefoot at favorable terms by former residents Cally and JR Fulton, will be used for the development of affordable rental housing.

Monthly Readings & Resources from Goosefoot’s Anti-Racism Task Force: Juneteenth

Although Juneteenth has come and gone, we hope these resources will give you a better idea of the importance of this annual observance. For Whites, this is a perfect opportunity to recommit to anti-racism work and to be reminded that Juneteenth commemorations should be Black-centered and non-commercialized.

Monthly Readings & Resources from Goosefoot’s Anti-Racism Task Force: Black Farming

We would like to share with you some of the topics and materials that have had the most impact on us and/or are related to our programmatic activities. Because these discussions are ongoing, this column will be as well. This month many of us are anticipating the bounty of delicious produce that will be available from our local farms this summer—a good time to share our readings on Black Farming in America.