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Public Farm Market Hours:
Tuesdays 2:00 - 7:00pm
Fridays 2:00 - 7:00pm
Saturdays 9:00 - 12:00pm

Market Closing For Season
October 31st

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oin our Winter CSA For Fresh Produce
All Winter Long!



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Winter CSA Registration Now Open
Interested in Fresh, Chemical Free Produce All Winter Long?
Registration for our 2014-2015 winter CSA is now open to the general public. Hurry, our winter CSA starts on November 18th! More information is contained in this brochure.
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Share pickups for the 2014 main season continue through early November.
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Living Hope Farm is...
CERTIFIED NATURALLY GROWN (Chemical / Pesticide Free)
We run a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and a farm market from our location in Harleysville, PA. All produce we offer is grown from Non-GMO seed using chemical free, pesticide-free, non-synthetic methods and sustainable practices.
Take note...
Our public Farm Market is open on Tuesdays & Fridays from 2:00-7:00pm and Saturdays from 9:00-12:00, June - October. Anyone, not just members, may shop in our market for our own fresh produce right from the fields, Living Hope Farm jarred goods, Our Own Honey, Amish made jarred goods, Wild For Salmon products, September Farms Cheese, Local maple syrup, One Village Coffee, and more!

Learn more...
... by following us on Facebook, and by reading our FAQ Page, Harvest Expectations, and Member Handbook.
Our goals...
As a non-profit organization, Living Hope Farm desires to create communities within a community. We are committed to offer educational opportunities, job and leadership training, and are dedicated to the process of engaging others on the farm and in the market place to reach under served communities and their neighborhoods. We grow with the intent to donate a portion of our produce to local food banks, Bridge of Hope, and families in our local school system.