Homemade Holiday Gifts: Goat Soap Making

Homemade Holiday Gifts: Goat Soap Making

Learn soap making basics, using goat’s milk, with Erin Link from EB Ranch. Get a step-by-step demonstration and a recipe or two, along with resources to give you the confidence to make your own soap at home. Erin will also discuss the critically endangered and rare San Clemente Island heritage breed goats that she raises. Bring your questions about soap making and goats as there will be time for discussion. (And, Erin will have bars on hand to sell for holiday gifts.)

The details:

  • Class length: 75 minutes
  • Available on Wednesdays through Saturdays
  • Price: $40 per person
  • Group size: minimum of 8; maximum of 20
  • Reservations for your group’s class needed three weeks in advance
  • INTERESTED? Contact programdirector@farmtablefoundation.org with questions and to make reservations.

Erin Link
Erin Link stewards a herd of 20 to 50 of the critically endangered and rare San Clemente Island (SCI) goats. There are only about 1,000 of these beautiful multipurpose goats remaining; Erin feels fortunate to care for her purebred SCI goats on EB Ranch in Ridgeland, WI. From their milk, she makes luscious goat milk soap. Each bar helps promote these rare goats and educates customers about the livestock conservancy and endangered livestock breeds.