Our non-profit mission is to offer space and programming for issues connecting food, nature, sustainability and community. Our priority is to be a resource for those with the least access to healthy food and green open spaces. Our mission is supported by a limited amount of private rentals of
As of the 2020 farm season, all growing at Gravity Hill Farm benefits Rolling Harvest Food Rescue, which distributes fresh produce to neighbors in need. Throughout the farming season, there will be opportunities for volunteers to work on the farm to help grow and harvest food for Rolling Harvest. Visit their website for more information.
The Farm Cooking School is a space where cooks of all levels can come together to learn about and enjoy great food and real community. Ian Knaur and Shelley Wiseman teach cooking classes at the farm on subjects ranging from butchery to baking, cheese making to preserving, and everything in between.
From Lambertville, head south on Route 29 about 3 miles. Turn left onto Pleasant Valley Road. The farm is about 1.2 miles up, on your right.
From Pennington, turn left off Route 31 onto Pennington Harbourton Road. Continue as it turns into Pleasant Valley Road. The farm is about 5 1/2 miles up, on your left after you pass Valley Road.
From Trenton, head north on Route 29 about 11 miles. Turn right onto Pleasant Valley Road. The farm is about 1.2 miles up, on your right.