Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education

Horn Farm Happenings – August 25

Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education Board President, Warren Evans

Warren Evans

We are deeply saddened by the loss one of our heroes. On Monday, Warren Evans passed away peacefully at home encircled by his family. For those of you who are newer to the Horn Farm, Warren and June Evans were key players in rescuing the Horn Farm from industrial development in 2000 and they have served as volunteers and financial supporters of the Horn Farm Center ever since. Both served on the Board of Directors; Warren served as Board president until 2014. We are finding some comfort in the image of him riding the August 21 eclipse into the Universe. Thank you Warren for all that you did to make the Horn Farm Center dream into a reality!


Tomorrow, Saturday, August 26, we are offering something new: PICK YOUR OWN FLOWERS from 9am -11am. We have a wide variety of cut flowers being grown by intern Betsy Dorbian. Add some color to your life and design your own bouquet assortment.
WHEN: Saturday, August 26, 9am-11am.
WHERE: Stop at the Farm Stand in our Corn Barn to get directions.
COST: $10 per jar, $20 per bucket
WHAT TO BRING: Bring your own clippers, gloves if desired, and container (roughly quart jar size, or standard bucket). We may have some extra clippers available if needed.


Organic Sweet CornThe sweet corn is here! Just picked, organically grown, non-GMO sweet corn will be for sale at the Horn Farm Farm Stand from 9 to noon this Saturday, August 26. We’ll also have potatoes, green beans, tomatoes, cantaloupe, watermelon, onions, fresh cut flower bouquets, and more!


Coming up on the farm:
MicroHerding Invertebrates – August 26
Hugelkultur – September 9
Cooking Venison – September 9
Roasted Vegetables – September 12
Foraging – September 18
Tending the Susquehanna Riverlands – September 22/23
Pawpaw Festival _ September 23/24
The Art of Seeing and the Science of Observation – September 24
Wild Lands Immersion -Primitive Skills – September 24 through October 22
Foraging – October 7
Harvest Festival (free to the public) – October 11 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Edible Ecosystems Emerging: Food Forestry for the 21st Century – October 13 – 22
Breadbaking (full day workshop) – October 21
Offal: Tongue & Brains – October 26
Bowmaking – November 4, 5, 11, 12
Foraging – November 4
Making Soup Stock – November 15
Foraging – December 2
Introduction to Permaculture/Ecological Design – December 9

See you at the farm!