Way to Go Golden Knights!
Students at Eastern York High School raised over $600 to help the Horn Farm Center.
Led and organized by the Eastern York National Honor Society (NHS), students held a change war along with canning at a Golden Knights basketball game. The NHS chose Horn Farm Center as the organization to benefit from the change wars because they wanted to help us recover and restore our farmhouse.
We are absolutely honored to accept this donation. And, we are INSPIRED by Eastern York High School students for their incredible generosity and leadership.
We hope that you are inspired too! You can make difference by donating to the Horn Farm Center and supporting our efforts to Transform Horn Farm, starting with Give Local York.
Join us on May 6, 2022 for York County’s biggest day of giving. Together we will Transform Horn Farm!
10th Annual Plant Sale on May 7th
Get your garden growing this spring by shopping at the Horn Farm Plant Sale on May 7, 2022 from 9:00AM-3:00PM.
The 10th Annual Plant Sale will be held at the Horn Farm and features a wide variety of organically-grown vegetable, herb, and flower starts for home gardening. Newly added this year are grasses, herbaceous perennials, vines, trees, and shrubs.
Unlike last year’s contact-less pick-up, customers can shop for their favorite garden plants on-site. While we are no longer offering online pre-sales, we have an online catalog available for those of you who enjoy planning your garden purchases ahead of time.
The sale features plants grown by the Horn Farm Center and our on-farm partners: Kilgore Family Farm, Betsy’s Flowers, Calyx Native Nursery, and Future Forest Plants. The event will also host local vendors: Ort Family Farm, Zari Herbal, Visual Design Arts, and more!
May 7th is a great day to pick up the plants you need for your garden. In addition to the Horn Farm Plant Sale, you can shop at the Penn State Master Gardener’s Native Plant Sale in Rudy Park.
Save the Date: May 06, 2022
Mark your calendars for Give Local York. May 6th is York County’s biggest day of giving – and your opportunity to support your favorite non-profits, like the Horn Farm Center!
The real success of Give Local York will not be how much money we raise but the tremendous impact those dollars will have when nonprofits across York County put them to work. Join the movement by supporting the Horn Farm Center on May 6th.
Claim Your Share: Horn Farm CSA
Your weekly box of organically-grown, farm-fresh produce awaits you!
The Horn Farm CSA runs 20 weeks from June through October. Each week offers seasonal, organically-grown produce. Here’s what you can expect:
- Spring: lettuces, spinach, kale, swiss chard, spring onions, beets, herbs
- Summer: kale, swiss chard, tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, beets, summer squash, watermelon, cataloupe, onions, herbs, and more!
- Fall: garlic, beets, turnips, winter squash, potatoes, sweet potatoes, kale, swiss chard, spinach
Pick-ups are at the Farm Stand located at 4945 Horn Road on Wednesdays from 2:30-6:30pm.
Full Share: $750
Half Share: $400
Over 2,000 New Trees Planted Thanks to Volunteers
Thanks to our friends at the Susquehanna River Basin Commission, York College, YCSCT Enviro Club, Watershed Alliance of York, York Master Watershed Stewards, and several other volunteer groups this month, we made signficant progress on our spring tree planting. Volunteers helped to clear brush, remove invasives, and plant trees in our new 4 acre riparian buffer project. We are so thankful for their hard work, enthusiasm, and generous spirit. Together we are protecting York County’s waterways!
This project is funded by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, PennVest, The GIANT Company and Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s Healing the Planet grant program. This project is also supported by the Keystone 10 Million Tree Partnership.
Wanted: Plant Sale Volunteers!
On Saturday, May 7, 2022 from 9:00am-3:00pm we are hosting our 10th Annual Plant Sale at the Horn Farm Center. We need a few helping hands to make sure the event runs smoothly. Volunteer activities include:
- Set-Up Before the Event
- Direct Traffic & Parking
- Restock Plant Tables
- Clean-Up After the Event
Cycle the Solstice is Back!
After a long hiatus due to COVID-19, the 6th Annual Cycle the Solistice benefit bike ride has returned! Join us on Saturday, June 18, 2022 for Cycle the Solstice, hosted by The Cycle Works of Wrightsville to benefit The Horn Farm Center.
Cycle the Solstice is a 30- or 62-mile bike ride through York and Lancaster counties that showcases the beauty and the bounty of the Susquehanna river valley. Riders will depart from the Horn Farm Center in the morning, riding their chosen loop at their own pace. Along the way, riders will stop at local small business farms and markets for refreshments produced at the farms and other local food and agriculture businesses.
Upon completion of the ride, participants will enjoy a catered lunch and musical entertainment by Bend the Rails, a soulful blend of gutsy folk, blues, and country music. A limited number of lunch tickets are available for those who prefer not to ride but want to enjoy the celebrations at the Horn Farm. Lunch tickets are $15/person and can be purchased on the registration page below.