Happy August! Celebrate First Friday with a delicious pizza topped with Horn Farm produce at John Wright Restaurant. Remember to ask for the Horn Farm pizza.
Lots of people agree that pizza is delicious, but what about insects???
Raising invertebrates for food and farming can be fun, entertaining and rewarding – and meet many different needs.
On August 26, join William Padilla-Brown for discussion and demonstrations as he takes us on a journey through many different invertebrates – starting with our two ancient aquatic invertebrates, Brine Shrimp and Triops, then our Subterranean Red Wiggler worms, followed by crickets, roaches, mealworms, waxworms, superworms, BSF larvae, hornworms, their beetles, moths, and flies!
Participants will get hands-on time, setting up small habitats to take home with choice of crickets, roaches, mealworms, and/or Red Wiggler Worms. The course will end with a demonstration on how to cook with edible insects and participants who wish may participate in an Entomophagy (the eating of insects).
We are having a party!
Save the Date!
Healthy ecosystems maintain, fertilize, and renew themselves, naturally. Land management techniques that mimic such healthy ecosystems can produce food, fiber, medicine, and other products while simultaneously regenerating the landscape. In September, the Horn Farm Center is partnering with the Lancaster County Conservancy and Susquehanna Heritage to present Tending the Susquehanna Riverlands. Space is limited, register today!
Also in September:
Wildlands Immersion: The Art of Seeing and the Science of Observation
We are looking for a volunteer or two to staff the Horn Farm Center display at Rudy Park on Saturday, August 12 from 9 to 12:30. If you can help, please let us know! Thanks!
The Farm Stand is open, and the tomatoes are here!
Come for just picked vegetables and fresh flower bouquets!
Saturdays from 9 to noon
4945 Horn Road, York, PA 17406
See you at the farm!