What is your reason to give local this year?
For our dedicated supporters, the reasons to give to the Horn Farm vary widely – from our ecological and community impact to our diverse programming that serves over 650 participants each year. Regardless of their reasons, each supporter has one thing in common – a love for the Horn Farm!
Become a champion of local regenerative agriculture by taking our Triple 10K Challenge on Friday, May 7th for Give Local York! On this day, the Horn Farm Center joins more than 300 other non-profits in York County to recognize all of the important work done by the non-profit sector.
This year we have two ways to give: by donating or volunteering to plant trees at the Horn Farm. Our goal is to raise $10,000 – which will be matched dollar for dollar by a local donor – doubling your support up to $20,000!
Add on our challenge to plant 10,000 trees this spring and we will truly make an impact together for generations to come.
When you support the Horn Farm Center, every dollar you give goes towards improving the health of our community and our natural environment. If you plan to give the Horn Farm this spring, please consider giving on May 7th!
We also invite you to join us for our in-person Give Local York Open House & Tree Planting event from 11am-4pm on May 7th at the Horn Farm Center . Stop by the farm at 4945 Horn Road for a tour or to get your hands dirty!
Over 500 trees planted, 9,500 more to go!
A HUGE THANKS to our dedicated volunteers – including students from York County School of Technology, local Mater Watershed Stewards, and our friends from the York Conservation District – who have come out to our volunteer days on Sunday and Wednesday afternoons. We couldn’t do this work without you!
Horn Farm Center Health and Safety Policy
Due to COVID-19 the Horn Farm Center is offering on-site educational programming with some modifications in order to ensure the health and safety of our visitors, volunteers and staff. All classes will be held outside and are limited to 15 participants per class. If more than one class occurs on the same day, start times will be staggered to reduce the number of individuals arriving at the same time. Multiple hand sanitizer stations are available. We will adjust as needed as time passes and things change.
Participant expectations are as follows:
- Participants are required to bring a mask and wear it when proper physical distancing cannot be maintained. We have a limited supply on hand if you forget yours.
- Physical distancing of 6 feet must be maintained except in case of family members.
- Do not attend if sick or recovering.
Until further notice, no indoor classes are available at this time. We are offering virtual classroom experiences via zoom.