• Barn Doors

    Welcome to the Kranz Hill Farm, CSA, 2015

    This is the first week of distribution for the 2015 season and we are excited to be harvesting again.  I’ll be making...

  • Greenhouse Tomatoes and Eggplant

    Update about Season Beginning

    Update: Season begins in two or three weeks! Shares still available!   It’s now May, the month we always start...

  • Farmers Tour

    Upcoming Tours

    This week and next, we will hold tours of the Farm for those interested in more information, or just keeping up on the season’s...

  • Nightshades in Greenhouse

    What’s Planted?

    In the greenhouse are all our tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant.  The broccoli and cabbage have been transplanted, and are...

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    April Update: Progress, Egg Subscriptions; Upcoming Events

    Dear shareholders: Spring’s typical weather has finally arrived!  It’s warm and sunny, with occasional rains...

About the Farm

Kranz Hill Farm is located on 13.3 acres of a former Christmas tree farm that is now part of the White Clay Creek State Park. Surrounded by hay fields and the woods of the park, the farm is an idyllic respite from town life just a minute or two away.

The farm is devoted to the cultivation of vegetable, herbs, and flowers, a green house for seedlings, a chicken house and run, a barn, a goat paddock, and pasture for sheep and horses.

What Can You Do

Kranz Hill Farm welcomes visitors all year round. Click around for more information on our various offerings, including Farm ToursInternshipsFarm Hand and Volunteer opportunities, and Educational Programs for school groups, homeschoolers, and summer camps.

What can you do? A few ideas:

  • Savor the exquisite taste of vegetables picked warm in the sun
  • Help a pumpkin grow from pale seed to green gourd to glowing beauty
  • Remember the joy of playing in the dirt among the growing things
  • Admire the rooster, feed the hens, gather their warm brown eggs
  • Watch the sun rise from under the apple trees

Our Mission

Our mission is to return small parcels of neglected or once farmed land to agricultural use, and to encourage those who live nearby to reacquaint themselves with the land and participate in farming.

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