Branch Hill Farm
Non-profit, award-winning tree and agricultural farm along the Branch River since 1962. We produce sustainably harvested timber, hay, no-till ecologically grown vegetables and seedlings, as well as heirloom and cider apples. We offer conservation-focused educational programming in the form of workshops and events (most notably the annual Wood, Water, and Wildlife Festival), and through our CSA Gardens' Paid Teen Apprenticeship Program. Since 2019, we've been steadily broadening our decades-long focus on sustainable forestry to include more food production, use of our open agricultural fields, and connection to the local community.
Arugula, green beans, garlic, beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, Brussels sprouts, Swiss chard, collards, cucumbers, eggplant, turnips, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, microgreens, onions, snap peas, peppers, radicchio, radishes, lettuce, salad mix, spinac
Hay, flower seedlings, herb seedlings, vegetable seedlings
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Summer, Accepts SNAP as payment for CSA; Vegetable
Late May-October: Daily, 10AM-4:30PM
Accepts SNAP at Farmstand
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