Farming Practices


100% Local & Regenerative

We work with all your small local farmers using the most sustainable & regenerative farming practices focusing foremost on the health of their soils. Healthy soils culture an ecosystem enriched with organisms that offer conditions for animals and vegetables to thrive without the need for antibiotics, hormones, herbicides, or pesticides. To do this, the farmers create an environment that best simulates the wild while letting nature simply take its course.

Pasture Raised

All our farmers are multilayered and adhere to a free-range or pastoral grazing practice. The animals graze naturally while rotating between fresh pastures and the surrounding woodlands. In the winter season, they are fed non-GMO grain, organic vegetables, and/or hay mix. They forage and share lands which allows them to naturally aerate and fertilize the soils. This then creates the healthiest and richest soil conditions for vegetables to grow till harvest without the use of treatments.

Beechtree Farm

Charles and Lucia Huebner established Beechtree Farm in 1986. They raise cattle and sheep and sell their pastured meat locally. Advocates for regenerative agriculture, they are active on the Mercer County Board of Agriculture and the Northeast Organic Farming Association. 

Charles and Lucia Huebner established Beechtree Farm in 1986. They raise cattle and sheep and sell their pastured meat locally. Advocates for regenerative agriculture, they are active on the Mercer County Board of Agriculture and the Northeast Organic Farming Association. 

Blue Moon Acres

Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse

Brewers Bees

Glenn Brewer has been working with bees on his farm in Locktown, NJ for over 20 years. Currently he cares for over fifty hives throughout Hunterdon County. He and his wife, Barbara, also produce pure beeswax candles and products. Mr. Brewer is happy to be doing his part to protect this important pollinator in Hunterdon County!

Glenn Brewer has been working with bees on his farm in Locktown, NJ for over 20 years. Currently he cares for over fifty hives throughout Hunterdon County. He and his wife, Barbara, also produce pure beeswax candles and products. Mr. Brewer is happy to be doing his part to protect this important pollinator in Hunterdon County!

Buck Wild Bison

Chesterfield Organic Orchard

Closter Farm

Dogwood Farms

Dogwood Farms is a Knox family owned, certified organic farm. They grow a wide range of produce and pasture-raised meat which are sustainably and ethically grown. They have a farm store which extends beyond the farm, supporting many other small local businesses.

Dogwood Farms is a Knox family owned, certified organic farm. They grow a wide range of produce and pasture-raised meat which are sustainably and ethically grown. They have a farm store which extends beyond the farm, supporting many other small local businesses.

Double Brook Farm

Haring Family Farm

Ironbound Farm

Lima Family Farm

Martenette Farm

Tony and Andrea share the dream of growing beautiful produce year round for themselves and their community. Martenette's goals are to help reconnect people to locally grown quality food while minimizing environmental impact. They are certified organic and grow keeping in mind both the nutritional health of the consumer and their soil.

Tony and Andrea share the dream of growing beautiful produce year round for themselves and their community. Martenette's goals are to help reconnect people to locally grown quality food while minimizing environmental impact. They are certified organic and grow keeping in mind both the nutritional health of the consumer and their soil.

Morganics Family Farm

Morganics Family Farm, operated by Scott and Alison Morgan, was born from a desire to breach the final frontier of local organic production in the Northeast section of the United States and thereby take part in the revitalization of the local grain shed. Our top crops are organic oats, wheat, and garbanzo beans.

Morganics Family Farm, operated by Scott and Alison Morgan, was born from a desire to breach the final frontier of local organic production in the Northeast section of the United States and thereby take part in the revitalization of the local grain shed. Our top crops are organic oats, wheat, and garbanzo beans.

Natures Own Farm

Neshanic Pastures

Organic Professor at Rutgers University and new farmer Dr. Joseph Hackman produces grass fed beef, pasture raised eggs, and grass hay. Part of their farm is certified organic.

Organic Professor at Rutgers University and new farmer Dr. Joseph Hackman produces grass fed beef, pasture raised eggs, and grass hay. Part of their farm is certified organic.

Red Hill Harvest Farm

Riverine Ranch

Since 2010 Brian and Courtney have raised pasture raised water buffalo on a 62-acre River Friendly Certified farm in Asbury, NJ and situated across the street from the Musconetcong River. They produce milk, meat products, & artisan cheeses.

Since 2010 Brian and Courtney have raised pasture raised water buffalo on a 62-acre River Friendly Certified farm in Asbury, NJ and situated across the street from the Musconetcong River. They produce milk, meat products, & artisan cheeses.

Rolling Hills Farm

Solebury Orchards

Spring Run Dairy & Creamery

Stryker Farm

Stryker Farm is a family farm in Saylorsburg, PA run by Farmer Nolan Thevenet. Their farm raises pastured livestock (hogs, sheep, cows) and acts as a cooperative working with other small local PA family farms also practicing sustainable agriculture.

Stryker Farm is a family farm in Saylorsburg, PA run by Farmer Nolan Thevenet. Their farm raises pastured livestock (hogs, sheep, cows) and acts as a cooperative working with other small local PA family farms also practicing sustainable agriculture.

Sweet Sourland Farms

Sweet Sourland Farms is family owned and operated since 1955. They make maple syrup from our woodlot and have a small flock of Barbados blackbelly sheep. They have a long & abiding commitment to sustainable agriculture, and use renewable energy to power their homestead.

Sweet Sourland Farms is family owned and operated since 1955. They make maple syrup from our woodlot and have a small flock of Barbados blackbelly sheep. They have a long & abiding commitment to sustainable agriculture, and use renewable energy to power their homestead.