Our Vision: The Horn Farm Center is a leader in regenerative agriculture. We build community resilience by demonstrating holistic land management practices that provide food along with ecological and economic benefits.
Our Mission: The Horn Farm Center connects soil, food, and people in ways that improve the health and resilience of our community.
Community Education: The Horn Farm Center offers classes and workshops year round on the following topics: Gardening/Farming, Cooking, Ecological Design, Foraging, Wilderness Skills.
Community Gardens: Over 100 20 x 20 foot plots are available to soil lovers and aspiring farmers for growing fresh, chemical-free food in the company of other enthusiastic and dedicated gardeners.
Incubator Farm Project: This project provides land, infrastructure, marketing resources, and farm business training for new farm businesses.
Farming Internship: This program is designed for those interested in exploring a future in small-scale vegetable production as well as anyone interested in learning growing skills for the purpose of homesteading, gardening, and feeding themselves and their community.
Beekeeper Training: Through the course of this two year program, participants work side by side with experienced beekeepers to learn all aspects of keeping bees.
Woodland Restoration Project: The project is designed to provide ecological, economic, and educational yields. The replacement of overly abundant vining species with a greater diversity of useful plant species will provide food, fiber, fodder, fuel, and medicinals while restoring ecosystem biohabitats, biodiversity, and resilience.