Farms & CSAs in Bucks and Montgomery Counties – April 2015

csas and farm pageLooking for fresh, local, organic produce and meat to feed the whole family? Bucks and Montgomery counties are bursting with great options to buy from local farms and take part in community supported agriculture (CSA) programs, which benefit area farmers and families.

Here are just a few of our area farms, featuring everything from organic produce and pastured chicken to medicinal herbs.

Blooming Glen CSAblooming glen farm
98 Moyer Rd, Perkasie
215-257-2566
BloomingGlenFarm.com

Blooming Glen Farm offers over 75 different varieties of locally grown, heirloom and heritage, certified organic vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs. The farm’s produce is marketed through a 300-member CSA with on-farm pickup and delivery to Doylestown, and at the seasonal Headhouse Farmers’ Market on Sundays in Philadelphia, the Wrightstown Farmers’ Market on Saturdays and the Easton Farmers’ Market on Saturdays. CSA pick-up runs for 24 weeks from late May to early November, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1-8pm. Delivery share to Yardley and Doylestown on Wednesdays runs for 22 weeks from June to November.

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Fields Without Fencesfields without fences
Frenchtown, NJ
908-996-0525
FieldsWithoutFences.org

Featuring over 50 hand-crafted herbal products made with certified organic ingredients, Fields Without Fences offers culinary and medicinal plants as part of its new Medicinal Herb CSA program. Seasonal membership shares include certified organic dried medicinal and culinary herbs, tea blends, plant extracts, tinctures, salves, balms, infused oils and more. Shares are distributed four times a year; on-site farm pick-up or shipping are available.

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Hershberger Heritage FarmHHF CSA-Flyer
138 Walter Rd, Chalfont
215-500-7301
HershbergerHeritageFarm.com

Hershberger Farm offers grass-fed or pastured, locally grown, heirloom and heritage, antibiotic and hormone-free, certified organic foods. Choice of whole or cut-up fresh, certified organic, pastured chicken. Chemical-free cut flowers available May to October. CSA runs 26 weeks and shares come in three sizes. Farm open Thursday and Friday, 5-9pm; Saturday, 2-6pm. Perkasie Farmers’ Market on Saturdays.

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Living Hope Farm CSAliving hope farm
461 Indian Creek Rd, Harleysville
215-256-4400
LivingHopeFarm.org

Living Hope Farm offers certified naturally and locally grown, heirloom and heritage produce and grass-fed meats. No antibiotics, hormones, sprays or pesticides are used. Pastured eggs and meats, salmon, freshly baked breads, honey, cheese, jarred goods and soaps are also available. Weekly CSA pick-ups Tuesdays and Fridays, 2-7:30pm. Indoor, public market open Tuesdays and Fridays, 2-7pm. Roadside wagon stand open daily June through October.

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moriahs farm horsesMoriah’s Horse Powered Farm
Pottstown
MoriahsFarm@gmail.com
Facebook.com/MoriahsHorsePoweredFarm

Moriah’s is a small-scale, diversified vegetable farm powered by horses. The farm business is the brainchild of Moriah Bilenky, a graduate of Iowa State University’s Ag Sciences college. She will be offering fresh, local produce direct to consumer this season through her Farm to Neighbor’s Club CSA and at three farmers’ markets.

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Roots to River Farmroots to river
3211 N Sugan Rd, New Hope
215-833-5215
RootsToRiverFarm.com

Roots to River is focused on organically growing over 250 heirloom varieties and producing year-round for farmers’ markets, restaurants and its CSA program. Available at Doylestown Farmers’ Market on Saturdays.

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Tinicum CSAtinicum csa
1073 River Rd, Upper Black Eddy
215-630-2172
TinicumCSA.com

Farm membership includes a seasonal selection of vegetables, fruits, herbs and cut-your-own flowers. Locally grown, no-spray/pesticidefree. CSA distribution May through November on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Sign up for six months of fresh, locally grown, Bucks County produce.

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Other Local CSAs Available:

Anchor Run CSA, Wrightstown, 215-598-1519
Athelnay Farm, Pipersville, 215 766-9075
Barefoot Gardens, Doylestown, 267-629-9349
Charlestown Cooperative Farm, Phoenixville, 610-917-0252
Everich Farms, Lansdale, 215-565-6422
The Guzikowski Farm, Yardley, 215-295-0306
The Happy Farm, Kintnersville, 610-306-2796
Heirloom Acre Farm, Telford, 267-679-9830
Kimberton Farm, Phoenixville, 610-933-8339
The Longview Center for Agriculture Market, Collegeville, 610-584-8202
Palovchak’s Produce, Doylestown, 215-272-2200
Pennypack Farm and Education Center, Horsham, 215-646-3943
Quarry Hill Farm CSA, Harleysville, 215-513-1514
Roots to River Farm, New Hope, 215-833-5215
Sitko Family Farm CSA, Sellersville, 215-264-6989
Snipes Farm and Education Center, Morrisville, 215-295-1139
Two Miles Micro Farm, Upper Gwynedd, 484-712-0280
Wimer’s Organics, Bryn Mawr, 717-208-2098

If you are a CSA, farm, farm market or producer of farm products and would like to be included in future issues, please send an email to Publisher@NABuxMont.com.

April 2015.


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