WWOOF

From Edible Dallas-fort Worth Magazine, Fall 2013

Sid and Eva Greer of Greer Farm (GreerFarm.com) in Daingerfield have hosted WWOOFers for the last five years. They believe their farm reaps the benefits, and they enjoy the human experience of connecting with their ever-changing farm family. “It broadens our perspective, as well as their perspective,” says Sid. “We watch them grow as they are learning about growing.”
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Homemade Hideaways

From Charm Magazine, February 2014
Southern Living Magazine designated Greer Farm, located west of Daingerfield and down the path of a winding Morris County blacktop road, as “America’s Secret Farm Hideway.”

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Houstonia Magazine

From Houstonia Magazine April 2014

Road Trips for Food Lovers


Foodies, rejoice!

Two and a half hours east of Dallas at the Greer Farm, a working farm and ranch in DAINGERFIELD, you can rent a charming cabin for the weekend. Chef Eva Greer serves dinner every night and teaches cooking classes by day using ingredients from the farm itself. You can also pick fruit to take home or learn about the sustainable agriculture methods used in raising Greer’s Maine-Anjou cattle.
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Texas Highways: Best Summer Ever 2014

From Texas Highways, May 2014

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Get into the Kitchen!


As long as you’re hot, why not learn to cook something delicious? Resorts and bed-and-breakfasts across the state offer on-site cooking classes, adding a tasty twist to a weekend getaway. And you can always stay home, crack open that long-neglected cookbook, and experiment on your own. Either way, “Cook, Eat, Sleep” sounds like a pretty good summer theme to us. Here are a couple of options to get the wheels turning:

On the Greer Farm in the wooded, rolling hills west of Daingerfield, chef Eva Greer teaches “Farm to Fork” classes in a restored 1850 farmhouse. Call 903-645-3232.

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