Von Thun Farms is a 5th generation family farm on over 100 acres of preserved farmland. They have a farm market open Tuesday - Sunday from 10 am - 6pm. The farm grows over 40 different varieties of fruits and vegetables including corn, tomatoes, apple, string beans, zucchini, squash, pepper, cucumbers and more. Come pick your own strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and new in 2019: apples! Join their CSA program and purchase a 'share' of the season's harvest. Each week they package a basket of homegrown, in-season produce just for you! CSA members pay for an entire season of produce up front before the season starts and the crops are ready to be picked. Sign-up now.
Voodoo Farm is a sustainable chicken farm where they believe that ethically treating the animal and the soil leads to delicious, clean, healthy and affordable local food. They specialize in American Bresse chicken as well as traditional meat and egg layer breeds. You can get a list of prices and what they offer online. Join the CSA program and get your chicken share now. Sign-up today. They are generally open (they live on the farm) but please be sure to call ahead. Call 908-362-9842.
The Belvidere Farmers' Market provides a venue where local farmers, producers, and artisans come together to provide a variety of fresh produce and related agricultural products directly to the consumer.
We're a family business growing beautiful native plants in the Highlands of New Jersey. Our plants have cultural uses as edible, medicinal, and ornamental species...and ecological values as sustenance and shelter for wildlife. We propagate our plants from local, wild seeds, and grow them using sustainable methods. We also offer consulting services and programs related to native plant ecology.
Woodsedge Tree Farm includes 75 acres of fields, forests, wetlands and streams in the scenic Skylands of central Warren County. Many species of wildlife abound on the farm. Their farm was permanently preserved by the NJ State Agricultural Development Committee and the Ridge & Valley Conservancy in 2006. In 2004, Christmas tree planting began. They now have about 6 acres of trees in various stages of growth.
Currently, there are sixty-five acres of Christmas Trees in production overseen by John Jr. who now offers a choice of cut your own or fresh cut trees. Quality has always been the standard as a Wyckoff Christmas Tree has been named 2013 National Grand Champion and New Jersey Grand Champion 10 times.