• Strawberry Picking cancelled this weekend

    Due to wet and cool conditions, our strawberries have not been ripening this week. We just don’t have enough berries for you and we have to cancel for Saturday and Sunday. We expect next week to be better as conditions warm up and dry out. Check our Facebook page for

  • U-Pick Strawberries cancelled for Tuesday, June 2

    Due to the wet weather, pick-your-own strawberries will not be open on Tuesday June 2. Weather permitting, we will be open to the public on Wednesday, June 3. Please call 610.584.6580 if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you at Longview!

  • CSA 1st pickup day CHANGED to week of June 9

    Dear CSA Members, Our first CSA pickup week will be June 9-June 12. We have decided to delay the first pickup by one week so that we can provide you with the best the season has to offer. The dry conditions, with almost no rain for the past month and

  • CSA opening day and strawberries!!

    These warm days are really a boost for our seed starts. We are estimating that the first CSA pickups will be starting June 2 through June 5! We will be offering Pick-Your-Own Strawberries on weekends — stay tuned for the opening date. We have just added a new pickup location

  • Helen and Farm Explorer at MontCo Courthouse

    Here’s a nifty news piece – and video – featuring Greener Partners’ Education Director Helen Nadel and the Farm Explorer. Read it here!

  • Longview Farm Market Update

    If you’ve driven by recently, you may have noticed that things are a little quiet at the front of Longview Farm (though the farmers are busy out back!). Longview Market is currently closed. We are working with local partners to open a new and improved market in the near future.

  • Video: Farmer to Farmer

  • Video: Meet Greener Partners

  • Video: SOL Food Project

  • Video: Community Supported Agriculture

    What is a CSA? A Little History… Community Supported Agriculture began in the 1960s with independent farm partnership experiments in Japan and Europe. Considered the world’s first CSA program, teikei – derived from the word for “cooperation” or “partnership” – began when a group of Japanese women, alarmed by the