Winter CSA Shares Now Available

Winter Shares from Hawthorne Valley Farm are now available! Sign up now for 6 consecutive weeks of fresh, cold weather produce from mid-November on. All shares are the same size (8-10 items per week) and come pre-boxed. Common winter share items include: potatoes,...

Adapting to New Farming Realities

by Spencer Fenniman, Director of Farm Operations An aerial view of Hawthorne Valley this spring, including greenhouses, barn yard, several pastures, the Place Based Learning Center’s Children’s Garden (middle of photo), and the Corner Garden (upper right)...

From the Archives: The Farm through the Year

by Judith Madey This article was written by Judith Madey, Greenmarket staff and former farm apprentice, for the 25th anniversary celebration of Hawthorne Valley in 1997. She describes the seasonal rhythms of the farm, some of which has remained the same in the last 25...

Renewal and Reimagining

By John Bloom, General Secretary of the Anthroposophical Society in America John Bloom’s connection to Hawthorne Valley spans decades. Over the course of many years, through his work with RSF Social Finance (formerly the Rudolf Steiner Foundation), John has advised...

Hawthorne Valley has a Podcast: Roots to Renewal

As part of our 50th Anniversary celebration, Hawthorne Valley has launched a podcast, Roots to Renewal. As we mark our 50th anniversary we want to share not just our story, but also the stories of our friends and contemporaries from across the globe who dedicate their...

Growing in 2020: Part 2

This is the second installment of our two-part series, Growing in 2020, as two of our women farmers reflect on their experiences working throughout the pandemic. To read Part 1 written by Jess Brobst, Dairy Herd Manager, click here. Therapy and Privilege in the...