Linder Farms Announces New Owners; Won’t Be Shutting Down
It's news like that that you just love to see. A local staple for fall and family fun has announced that it isn't going anywhere after all. Insert a sigh of relief, HERE.
For years, Linder Farms has been a go-to place for families, dates, and local residents alike to enjoy all of the things that come with fall. From the pumpkin patch to the endless, Idaho fall photo opportunities (shouts to you, Instagram model!) many were sad to see that this past fall would be the last for Linder Farms.
As I was scrolling through Facebook last night, assuming that Linder Farms had already closed for the final time, I learned via an unexpected post that no...Linder Farms isn't actually going anywhere.
I wanted to share this news with you because I know so many will be excited to hear it!
In a post composed and shared by the new owners of Linder Farms, Dave and Kristen Morton expressed:
It is with an incredible sense of gratitude that we post our very first update as the new owners of Linder Farms. We have been hard at work dreaming up wonderful ways to involve our community here at Linder Farms year-round. We are excited to step into this already wonderful business and continue to carry forward the beautiful memories made here. We are grateful for the opportunity to bring new experiences and blossoming ideas to the Farm and the cherry on top of this extraordinary sundae, is you! Thank you for welcoming us so graciously into this amazing community. We look forward to the many continued memories made here on the Farm
We want to also take a moment to say a 'Thank You' that will echo through generations to Randy and Sherrie Feist for planting this seed so many years ago and for lovingly tending to it so that it would steadily grow to be the beautiful experience you have created for so many wonderful families. We are so thankful and will never be able to adequately express our gratitude for you both and all that you have accomplished here. We wish you the happiest, most blessed of retirements. Enjoy those grandbabies!
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