Gianaclis regularly teaches offsite, please check the calendar for upcoming dates.
We offer a variety of classes for all levels of cheesemakers, from zero experience to the commercial artisan hoping to take their skills to a new level. Classes always include lunch (with lots of cheese of course) and coffee. For group classes we hope you will bring a beverage (wine or other) to share.
Upcoming Classes at the Farm
Four Days of Amazing Goat Education. Details: goat-academy-2017
300.00 or 100.00 per day
To reserve, send a 1/3 deposit by check or click on PayPal link
|10-15 spots total
3 sports remaining 3/21
|May 18,19,20||3-Day Intensive Farmstead Cheesemaker’s Short Course
If you are an advanced beginner or even a commercial artisan wanting to take your craft to the next level, then this class could be the one for you. We will spend three days making a variety of cheeses and discussing topics such as food safety, on farm quality tests, affinage, and much more 500.00, (More info:https://pholiafarm.com/farmstead-cheesemaker-short-course/ )
|3 spots out of 6 available (as of 2/1/2016) I will take a couple of people for the waiting list as well|
Places to Stay and Eat Near Pholia Farm
Our Farmstay if available, see page under “Happenings” button
Inn at the Rogue (Best Western) – 541-582-2200 or 800-238-0700 Some sites say it’s in Grants Pass, but we promise it’s in Rogue River!
The historic Weasku Inn – 800-493-2758 For a unique experience try out this 1924 log lodge located on the Rogue River, just a few miles from the City of Rogue River.
The Station -(Currently out of business, but reopening we hope in 2017) Excellent dining made lovingly by local chef with as many organic and local ingredients as possible. Friendly atmosphere and creative dishes.
Paisanos Italian- Fun atmosphere, big yummy dishes, fast and good service. The food is made from scratch and from fresh, often local ingredients. Also great for take-out.
Abby’s Pizza – our vote for the best pizza in Southern Oregon