Foxglove Grove is a Central Texas regenerative farm focused on modern methods and technology coupled with processes that have been around for millennia. Every community should have a connection to the wholesome nourishment that the land provides. There are many ways to help support our program. Signups for our upcoming CSA weekly deliveries (likely starting back up in October) are up, just pay your deposit through our webstore and we'll be in touch! You can also become a Patron if you're ready to commit to helping support us long-term. One-time tax-deductible donations are always appreciated as well!

Future events and on-site classes will be rolled out over the next few seasons, from dinner on the farm, to weekend events, and classes on a variety of topics.

Who Are We? 

Foxglove Grove was started by me, Monica Lundeen, a Montessori educator turned farmer, with a ton of help from my husband, Mike Smith. With 13 years of classroom experience teaching math and science, an undergraduate degree in both mathematics and visual arts and a Master's degree in forensic science, and a passion for creativity and a true love of learning, I "retired" on 9 acres of beautiful wooded hills in Caldwell.

When I was in the classroom every day, I relished seeing what my students were doing in their Occupations work (this is a fancy Montessori term for work with the hands that supports the school microeconomy). When I did my AMI/NAMTA adolescent training in Chihuahua, Mexico in 2015, I got to see an urban farm school in action, which brought out the deeper desire to dig into what Dr. Montessori meant when she wrote about adolescents living and working on a farm (and B&B? That's a project for wayyy down the road I think). So that's the vision, and that's the goal. Someday.

For now, I want to offer a taste of that farm life to anyone who wants to learn more. Primarily, that means urban schools who want to give experiences to students beyond the classroom. Or parents who are homeschooling. Or parents who just want their kids to be outside and away from screens for a day. Or people who want to know how their food gets to the grocery store, or how to build a garden in neglected soil, or why we need bees and goats and chickens, or heck, how to build a da Vinci bridge. That's a lot of OR, but I hope you get the idea.

So while we all wait to see what happens in the era of COVID-19, come visit. Here's a list of what we currently have going on around the farm:

  • A kitchen garden in process with an outdoor dining and entertainment space
  • A terraced field and farm rows where we are growing a variety of produce and cut flowers
  • Two secondary fields for rotational grazing and soil rehabilitation
  • A "greenhouse" for starting seeds
  • 70+ chickens and guineas
  • 17 cats (goodness, how did that happen??)
  • 5 bunnies
  • 5 goats
  • 4 dogs
  • 2 beehives
  • 1 miniature donkey

We will keep trying to post updates!

Foxglove Farm School is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your tax-deductible donation will help us take care of our livestock and maintain and build our education program.