The Groths own Toadally Natural Gardens on Highway K north of Hartford. The organic farm is a “clothing optional” retreat for those who want a place to feel free and let it all hang out, so to speak, the West Bend Daily News reported.
“Everyone’s OK with whatever you want to do,” Paul said. “It’s not so many rules.”
The Groths have owned their 32-acre organic farm for 16 years. Their land includes pasture for the couple’s horses and goat, as well as a coop for chickens, a greenhouse, and several beds of plants and crops. Beyond the barn, hanging from an outbuilding, is a sign that reads “Clothing optional beyond this point.” The Groths opened up their farm to people who want that option just last year. They’ve hosted face- and body-painting events, have had visitors from across the United States and have more than a dozen members who regularly stop by the property to sunbathe by the pond, hike, play volleyball and relax. The fact that all those activities are done in the nude doesn’t faze anyone.
- A Natural Combo: Organic Farming and Nudism (The Northwestern) (organicagjournal.com)