Asbury Village Farm is a family-owned and operated CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) providing their CSA members with a variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs, grown here on their 20-acre certified naturally grown farm. Members of the CSA pick up their weekly shares from the first week of June through Thanksgiving, for a total of 25 weeks.
At Aspen Ridge Farm, they raise healthy, nourishing food in ways that are respectful and sustainable to the soil, animals, and local community. Their farm consists of approximately 25 acres of pasture and woodlands. They raise a number of animals including icelandic sheep, heritage pigs, laying hens, red broiler meat chickens, and a jersey cow and her calves. Their CSA program consists of six pick-ups over a three month share. They will be offering two rounds; May-August and August-November. Sign-uptoday.
Clucas Farms West has 7500 Sq feet of growing area and 40 acres of farmland in Phillipsburg, New Jersey. They strive on fresh, quality products, a dedication to customer service and education about the flowers and vegetables they sell. Customers have better success when they start with a healthy, quality grown plant and understand how to take care of it throughout the season.
Community Supported Agriculture gives an opportunity for a community of people to take responsibility for supporting a farm. It is a partnership between the farmers and the people who directly benefit from the food. These local people share the abundance as well as the risks and costs of cultivating the land in the most responsible manner. As members come onto the farm they can reconnect with the land, the food, the farmers and the seasons.
Offer fresh locally grown fruits and vegetables, local eggs, fruit pies, fresh locally made mozzarella, local honey, jams and jellies, and pickles. In addition, hanging baskets, annuals, and perennials; quality hay and straw; dyed red, black, brown and hardwood mulch. Also have a Gift Shop full of primitive decor, handpicked straight from The Amish Country and more other great gifts and surprises! Bring your kids to play in they play yard, meet John Henry the Pig and the rest of his Barnyard Friends!
This family owned and operated Northern New Jersey farm seasonally features hundreds of acres of fresh fruits and vegetables, pumpkin picking, berry picking, apple picking, farm education, group tours, private tours, birthday parties, corporate events, and fun for the whole family. Join the Healthy Bites Club! Enjoy a weekly assortment of seasonably fresh fruits, vegetables and other select items from their farm market. See details here. Sign-up today.
Donaldson’s Greenhouse & Nursery is located on a portion of the Donaldson family farm, in existence for more than 100 years! Open all year around. They are a full service greenhouse and nursery, with top quality plant material like annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, soils and mulches, pottery and garden related items. Everything from outdoor ponds and water gardens, to statuary and quality gardening tools are available.
The barn is from 1924 and was used for storing hay and other things. They have emptied it out, cleaned it up and now we are renting it for weddings and party. No matter what the occasion, they can accommodate all your needs. The barn sits on 42 acres of Christmas trees. In the Spring, there are flowers in the green house. In the Fall, mums, hay bales, and corn stalks are available. In the winter, Christmas trees, wreaths and grave blankets are in stock.
This third generation family farm consists of 145 acres nestled in the hills of Washington, New Jersey. A visit to their Christmas Tree Farm has become a family holiday tradition for their customers. They are a Choose-N-Cut farm with wagon rides, hot chocolate and lots of Christmas Spirit!
Autumn approaches! The fruit ripens, it’s time to harvest, the leaves will be displaying their blazing colors soon. It’s a perfect time for wandering in Warren County, to pick apples and enjoy freshly squeezed cider, to take on the challenge of a corn maze or traipse among acres of sunflowers, or just to enjoy nature's most glorious days of the year. Here are some ideas for you and your family to help you plan your fall fun at our farms.
Four Sisters Winery says: “Four Sisters Winery sits nestled in a beautiful valley amidst the rolling fields and picturesque hills of Warren County, New Jersey. It is part of an agricultural tradition carried on by Matty Matarazzo on his 250-acre farm, which reflects his commitment to the land and its fruitfulness. Since 1981, Matty has been growing grapes and producing award-winning wines with ever increasing success.”
Choose and cut a Christmas tree or select one that is balled and burlapped for replanting. Custom wreaths and roping are available. Free cookies and hot chocolate, and dog-friendly too (on leashes, please). NJ Grand Champion 1997-1998.
Family owned business for three generations. From summer to late fall, Godlewsky Farms grows a vast variety of fresh vegetables and herbs. They have 100 plus varieties of annuals, perennials, herbs, patio pots and hanging baskets as well.
Join the veggies club! Their goal is to get delicious, naturally grown produce to all families without the need for large membership fees. Veggie Box is a weekly payment with no start up or cancelling fees. The club runs from mid June-November (depending on vegetables supply). Inside each box, there will be a selection of 10-12 different farm fresh vegetables and herbs picked that day. Pay weekly. Sign-up by emailing email@example.com.
GrowingDirt.com, a farm at Agrestic Acres is a sustainable 12 acre farm. They believe in using an all natural, sustainable, pasture based system that results in better quality food, a better life for the animals, better soils and great vegetables. They use non-GMO feed locally sourced and milled and in 2018 they will grind feed on-sight in small batches providing super fresh non-gmo feed to their animals. At Growingdirt.com, they developed an "open format" CSA because they wanted their shareholders to have the freedom to choose when and what their share dollars went towards.