Our Farmland

fall broccoliOur CSA program is one of the largest on the east coast with over 2,700 memberships providing seasonal, locally grown organic produce to over 3,000 individuals. Some of the land on which Honey Brook Organic Farm operates is part of The Watershed Institute's reserve and includes woodland, old fields and frontage along the Stony and Honey Brooks. Fourteen miles of trails lace the reserve and are open to the public year round, dawn to dusk.

In addition to the acreage rented from the The Watershed Institute, land is also rented from private owners of a preserved farm in Hopewell Township. We also organically farm land we own in Chesterfield Township, Burlington County, including the first farm preserved by New Jersey’s Farmland Preservation Program in 1985. Honey Brook Organic Farm has become a national model not only of successful sustainable farming, but ours was one of the first farms to demonstrate the feasibility of partnerships between non-profit environmental groups and farmers.

This Week’s Harvest
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