The rake leans lazily behind the garbage can in a dark corner of the cellar. The push mower, a bit rusty, barely has the wherewithal to roll anymore. The thrill of a back pack leaf blower allows for greater mobility and more efficiency, when tackling a large lawn of colorful, windswept leaves. Cut wood from local pine (perhaps removed for a new housing development) can hold soil better than gathered rocks from the field, rocks that could have blocked roots of plants. A bale of straw from the local feed and grain store, grown perhaps in Canada, covers and warms
A Certified Organic Farm and A Farm for Teaching & Learning
Holly Hill Farm is now owned by the 5th generation of the White family. The current certified organic Farm was established in 1998 and the non-profit Friends of Holly Hill Farm was established in 2002.