Our Family of farmers
Birchrun Hills Farm, Chester Springs PA
Birchrun Hills Farm is a family owned dairy farm in the highlands of Birchrunville, Chester Springs. The Millers offer handcrafted raw milk cheese.
Cheeses featured are: Birchrun Blue, a raw milk natural rind semi-soft cheese that is rich and creamy with delicate blue flavors; Highland Alpine, a raw milk washed rind traditional mountain-style cheese that features nuttiness combined with a hint of sharpness; and our own Fat Cat cheese, both earthy and tangy with a grassy finish. Seasonal and fresh cheese are available all year.
Green Meadow Farm, Lancaster
Green Meadow Farm is located on the eastern boundary of Lancaster County near the town of Gap, Pennsylvania. The business, originally Spring Grove Farm at a former location, was started in 1981 by Glenn Brendle and now comprises 6 acres of gardens and 4200 sq. ft. of greenhouses. The focus is on growing specialty herbs and vegetables for restaurants in Philadelphia and Lancaster.
Lancaster County Farm Fresh
Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative is a non-profit organic farmer’s cooperative of over 100 family farmers headquartered in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We focus on creating healthy high quality foods from our highly maintained and enriched soils on our small-scale family farms.
LFFC provides fresh, certified organic fruits, vegetables, and other farm fresh products.
Rushton Farm, Malvern PA
The Willistown Conservation Trust Community Farm Program launched its wildly successful first growing season in 2008. Our program combines land, local food and community. We provide a model for sustainable agriculture and celebrate open space and natural resource protection.
The program’s centerpiece is Rushton Farm, a beautiful six acre field in Willistown Township that has never been exposed to pesticides or herbicides.
We grow an extensive variety of vegetables.
Sugartown Strawberries, Malvern PA
Sugartown Strawberries is located on Willisbrook Farm, approximately 230 acres in Chester County, Pennsylvania. This is a working farm, and has been in the family since 1896. In 1996, Governor Ridge came to visit and help us celebrate becoming a Pennsylvania Century Farm.
The farm has 100 acres of tillable land, 50 acres of pastureland, and 80 acres of woodland. More than 20 horses are boarded on the farm.
"Farmer Bob", as the kids call him, is Robert Lange, who has worked the farm full time since 1987. Never far from Bob is "Happy the Wonder Dog," the farm's mascot and general supervisor.
Vollmecke Orchards, Coatesville PA
Vollmecke Orchards & CSA is a 37-acre family-owned farm and orchard located in West Brandywine Township, Chester County, PA. We offer a wide variety of fruits and organically grown vegetables, as well as locally-sourced farm products to our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) members and to our retail customers. We also are pleased to partner with the Chester County Food Bank to help provide quality produce to Chester County residents in need.
Wyebrook Farm, Honeybrook
At Wyebrook Farm, we provide an alternative to the industrial food supply. By creating a diverse polyculture on our farm, we produce the healthiest animals and best food without the use of artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, hormones or antibiotics.
We believe that the only way to guarantee that the food you eat is healthy, safe and nutritious is to know the farmer who produced it. We sell the products of the farm from a historic barn on the farm so that our customers can see our animals and our farming practices. We encourage you to tour the farm and ask us questions. By purchasing food from Wyebrook Farm, you support the local community and ensure that this part of Chester County retains the agricultural character that has made it one of the most productive and beautiful places in America.
Yellow Springs Farm, Yellow Springs PA
Yellow Springs Farm, a Native Plant Nursery and Artisanal Goat Cheese Dairy, founded by Catherine and Al Renzi, is located in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania. The farm and nursery consists of an historic farmhouse, dairy barn, a springhouse with pond on 8 acres of land. Orginally a dairy farm 150 years ago, we purchased the farm in 2001 protecting it from future development with a conservation easement. Our focus on conservation landscaping comes from the knowledge that preservation of our environment, including waterways and woodlands in both our residential and rural areas is necessary to insure the future health of our planet and ourselves.