Horn Farm Happenings – March 22

You know about the Horn Farm Vegetable CSA, but did you know you can also get meat, eggs, mushrooms, and flowers delivered to the Horn Farm beginning this spring? This season we are a pick up location for three other local farms: Betsy’s Flowers at the Farm, Hippy Homestead, and Rising Locust Farm. Contact these farms directly for more information!

Betsy’s Flowers at the Farm sells both freshly cut flower bouquets and buckets of flowers. Contact Betsy for more information!

shiitake logs

Shiitake mushrooms growing at Rising Locust Farm

Rising Locust Farm raises shiitake mushroomsgrass-fed beef, pastured pork, and pastured eggs. Weekly and biweekly shares are available. Contact Rising Locust Farm for details!

herd grazing at Rising Locust Farm

Sheep and cattle grazing at Rising Locust Farm

Blue Oyster Mushrooms from the Hippy Homestead

Blue Oyster Mushrooms from the Hippy Homestead

Yellow Oyster Mushrooms from the Hippy Homestead

Yellow Oyster Mushrooms from the Hippy Homestead

Perhaps you’d enjoy a weekly or biweekly share of locally grown gourmet mushrooms from the Hippy Homestead. Varieties include blue, yellow, and brown oyster mushrooms, lion’s mane, and other seasonal favorites. Mushrooms are Certified Organic and grown locally southern York County. Visit the Hippy Homestead website to learn more!

We’re about to graduate our first cohort of Woodland Stewards. woodland-stewards 18-19Their hard work, enthusiasm, love for the land, and willingness to give their best have been truly inspirational and the reason for the success of the program. We have them to thank for clearing acres of degraded woodlands, planting over 1000 trees, building three ponds, and for showing how a few dedicated people can accomplish so much good! Thank you to Andrew, Joey, Kelsey, and Heather and to their amazing teacher Wilson!


Inspired? Ready to be part of the Woodland Steward program? The next class begins April 15. Find out more!

seedlings for plant sale

For all of the planners out there, we are taking pre-orders for plants and seed potatoes now through April 4. You let us know which plants you want to buy and we will have your order packed and ready for you to pick up the day of the sale: May 4. (We didn’t get a photo for every plant, but if you click on the image, you’ll find a detailed description of each plant variety.) Visit the online farm stand to place your order today!

Upcoming events:

March 23 – Wilderness Skills: The Art of Seeing & Nature Observation
March 30 – Monthly Foraging Walk
March 30 – Wilderness Skills: Shelter Building & Finding Water
April 13 – Wilderness Skills: Ancient Art of Fire by Friction
April 20 – Wilderness Skills: Foraging, Hunting & Trapping
April 27 – Wilderness Skills: Advanced Primitive Hunting Techniques
April 27 – Introduction to Lacto-Fermentation
April 27 – Foraging – Spring Greens
May 3 – Give Local York
May 4 – Heirloom Plant Sale
May 18 – Herbal Intensive
May 19 – Mushroom Cultivation
June 1 – Introduction to Plant Communication
June 22 – Cycle the Solstice
June 29 – Raising Insects for Food and Farm
July 23 – Introduction to Canning: Peach Jam
August 8 – Introduction to Canning: Tomato Sauce
August 20 – Roasted Vegetables
September 10 – Introduction to Canning: Applesauce
October 12 – Bread: Rising to the Next Level

2019 Horn Farm Vegetable CSA
Betsy’s Flowers at the Farm Flower CSA
Regenerative Farming Internship
Woodland Steward Training Program
Herbal Intensive
Foraging Intensive

See you at the farm!