Looking for a dynamic, full-body workout? Want to get outdoors and get your hands dirty? Interested in learning more about perennial plants, ecology, and protecting our local waterways? We have the perfect opportunity for you, AND we really need your help!
Join our community of watershed stewards and riparian rangers as we install a 4 acre multifunctional riparian buffer this spring. We also need help maintaining our established riparian buffer plantings throughout the season.
Activities will include:
- moving, hauling and spreading leaves
- moving, hauling and spreading wood mulch
- weeding planting beds
- planting trees – digging planting holes, moving supplies and water, coordinating plantings, ect.
- setting up tree shelters and wooden stakes
- removing invasive species
Are you up for the challenge? Let us know when you can help by signing up for your volunteer days below (click to register):
Last year we planted over 10,000 trees with the help of over 100 volunteers! We thank all of our dedicated volunteers who have come out week after week, rain or shine, to make a huge impact on the health of our local waterways. We will resume planting this spring when weather conditions are appropriate for planting. Click the links below to register:
Please wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes and please bring your own garden gloves (we will have extra gloves available).
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.
5000 Trees with Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership – May 7th
Join the Keystone 10 Million Trees Partnership as they aim to plant 5000 trees on May 7th! At the Horn Farm Center, we will be planting 500 trees in a new riparian buffer project. Click the link below to register:
A note on Covid-19 procedures:
Multiple hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the farm. All tools, equipment and facilities are disinfected regularly to protect the health and safety of our visitors, volunteers, farmers and staff.