Lexie, 28, Amy, 31, and Doris, 39, moved to Californian rural area to escape society, build their farm and become self-reliant. Girls share their achievements via their colorful Instagram “Girls Off Grid”.
Posts often show the women working on the farm, posing with their produce, and relaxing with seasonal volunteers.
The farm now boasts 65 sheep, 60 goats, 40 chickens, 15 ducks, eight guinea hens, three alpacas, two turkeys, two horses, two dogs, two cats, and a pig.
They previously made profit by selling cannabis, but changes to county laws meant they were no longer allowed to grow it for commercial use.
They now get their revenue through the sale of fertiliser and walnuts.