• Pick Your Own Update

    We still have incredible cherry tomatoes, hot peppers, herbs and flowers! Unfortunately, our first crop of apples is small and many are not in good shape with insect damage. Because we do not spray the apples at all, our fruits are more susceptible to damage. We do have Asian pears, but we are picking them […]

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  • Free Webinar on Sept 8

    Farm-to-Institution: Equity and Impact The Common Market partners with food service management companies to reach vulnerable communities and scale impact for sustainable farms. Through these partnerships, we can leverage the purchasing power of food service operations to re-invest in rural communities. In this webinar, you will learn more about specific tools and initiatives to measure […]

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  • Guild House Farm attends Rooted in Community Leadership Summit

    Ari Rosenberg, co-manager of Guild House Farm and Lacretia Jefferson, our 2nd year intern and youth leader, attended the Rooted in Community Leadership Summit in July. They traveled to Olympia, Washington — thanks to a generous grant from the Spruce Foundation — and convened with other young people and adults committed to fostering healthy communities and food […]

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  • Pick-Your-Own Closed This Weekend

    The early blueberries are SOLD OUT. The picking went great the first few weeks, but in the last week the birds had a field day and wiped out what was left of our first succession. There WILL be more blueberries coming our way, but the “middle season” variety won’t ripen until as late as late July. […]

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  • Get HYPE Philly Year One VIDEO

    Watch this great video that captures the incredible energy — and impact — of the Get HYPE Philly! movement, of which we are proud to be a part. Our Guild House Farm is the primary hub for our work with teens through the SOL Food Project and the Get HYPE Philly program.  

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  • Longview Farm Market opening May 21st

    The Longview Farm Market will open for the season on May 21st at 9:00 am, with a new concept behind supporting local farms and bringing fresh food to the community. The market has been reimagined as a farmers’ market, hosting local vendors of meats, eggs, dairy, baked goods and more. Deep Roots Valley Farm will […]

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  • Partnership with Norristown Project for Farm Shares!

    In partnership with the Norristown Project and the Montgomery County OIC, CSA Farm Shares are available to the Norristown community and OIC will be a weekly pickup location. The Farm Share Program is focused on getting healthy, organic and seasonal produce into the homes of our local community. When members join our program they will receive […]

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  • Happy April Fools’ Day!

    While Amy is an amazingly creative gardener, she has not created an avocado hybrid. In fact, she is allergic to avocados! If you’d like to learn more about what you can look forward to this season as a CSA member (Sweet corn! Tomatoes! The freshest lettuce! And taste adventures for your palette!) have a look […]

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  • GP selected as grantee by Spruce Foundation

    Greener Partners is proud to be chosen by the Spruce Foundation as a 2016 grantee to support the leadership training for our Guild House Farm interns. The Read more here: http://generocity.org/philly/2016/03/17/spruce-foundation-millennial-money-grantees

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  • Sponsor Profile: Card Connect

    It’s a quiet Tuesday afternoon at CardConnect, a payment processing and technology services company based in King of Prussia. Suddenly, the heavy glass office doors swing open and farmers from Greener Partners carry bins overflowing with fresh organic vegetables harvested that day at Longview Farm. Within minutes, employees start trickling out of their offices and a […]

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