Weekends at Gravity Hill Farm
Saturdays and Sundays at Gravity Hill Farm feature a full market with our organic veggies, mushrooms, microgreens, fresh-cut flowers and healthy prepared foods — salads, soups and kale smoothies.
We also feature several Guest Farms throughout the season, with grass-fed meats, eggs, cheese and more! Check out guests below and stop by with the family for a sample of our Veggie of the Week and a delicious snack as you walk the fields and visit the animal barn!
Every week we feature a recipe with our "veggie of the week" and cook it for sampling and sometimes to sell. Chef Lynn Snyder is in the kitchen to share tips on how to cook your veggies for flavor and nutrition! And we always have veggies to sample at the farm.
Charlie and Lucia Huebner from Beechtree Farm sell grass-fed beef and lamb raised on their farm in Hopewell, and pastured pork and chicken from
other grass-based local farms. They sell pastured eggs fed non-GMO organic feed from Beechtree Farm, Polnasek Farm in Hillsborough and Stone Hedge Farm in Hopewell. Grass-fed meat is healthyfor you, good for the land and good for the animals.
More than a century of sustainable farm family tradition has instilled in Fulper Family Farmstead a strong work ethic, true family values, and a passion for farming; our foundation for providing pure, wholesome dairy products, including fresh mozzarella, curd, ricotta, crushed red peppers and parsley mozzarella string cheese, nigella seed mozzarella string cheese, non-homogenized yogurts, and farmhouse cheddar.
Seeds to Sew is a NJ-based, 501(c)3, non-profit organization with the mission of improving the lives of women and girls in disadvantaged communities through education and job skills training. This local nonprofit works with woman and girls in two subsistence farming villages in rural Kenya, teaching them basic sewing, beading and business skills to make products for an international market. The profits from their sales pay for school-fees and school-related expenses for females in their villages as well as medical and family care.
Robin Perelli of Shelterwood Farm sells hand-made items from her sheep's wool and from our own llamas and alpacas. Robin demonstrates how animal fiber is spun and invites you for some "hands-on" learning from animal fiber to finished product.