Online store: Thursdays, 10 am - 5pm
After placing an order online, customers will be given a choice of pick up times at the farm the following Saturday.
We apologize in advance if our supplies sell out quickly!
A link to the store will be made available on our website on Thursday mornings. After placing their orders, customers will arrive at the farm at their scheduled time, picking up in our 'drive through' system by the main barn.
order April 9th pickup April 11th
order April 16th pickup April 18th
order April 23rd, pickup April 25th
order April 30th, pickup May 2nd
With your help, we are almost there!
We are looking to raise $50,000. Why? Winter and spring are our toughest months in a good year, but we are able to squeak by because summer brings income from camp, farm stands and farmer's markets.
Simply put, the COVID-19 crisis dries up our income stream significantly, putting our very ability to farm at risk. This land has been farmed since the 1600s; please help us ensure that it will continue to provide food for our community.
We know that many are struggling, but we would so appreciate your generosity at this time.
Our spring workshops have been cancelled, but we are still here for you and encourage you to work on your own gardens now!
Contact us at the farm for any advice, seed needs and outdoor activity ideas.
To reach Jonny Belber and the teachers at Holly Hill, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Postponed! New date to be announced.
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Nordic living is all the rage, and with good reason. Nordics embrace each season for what it has to offer, which over time fosters a life-long connection with Nature.
Want to experience this same Nordic-style connection? Join Henna Capone, founder of Live Nordic, and certified nature and forest therapy guide, Kirsten Snow, on a gentle outdoor exploration at Holly Hill Farm.
This nature & forest therapy experience is for adults or teens over 14 (sorry, no dogs) and includes a snack. Cost is $75 per person, registration is required.
This event has gone online.
Spring will be here soon: get your garden ready at this gardening expo sponsored by the North and South Rivershed Association.
This year's theme is "native plants," or plants that are indigenous to our region. Native plants require less care and waste fewer resources while providing sustenance for birds, bees and other wildlife.
Please click the button below to see which lectures are now available online.
Postponed. New date to be announced.
Learn how to preserve and pickle 'spent' produce in an effort to cut down on food waste. During this special demo, each participant will make a jar or two for a local food pantry.
Featuring Holly Hill Farm, The Pretentious Pickle of Plymouth, and sponsored by Douglas Calnan, Ameriprise Financial.
Free, but good will donations can be taken at the door!
At KAM Appliances in Hanover.