Bucks County Foodshed Alliance and Buy Fresh Buy Local® Bucks County announce the 2019 series of popular farm evenings that introduce consumers to the local small-scale producers who put the freshest foods onto our tables via direct sales, community-supported agriculture operations (CSAs), farmers markets, farm stands, and other venues.
The farm evenings include a potluck dinner and a tour of the farm.
The series opens Wednesday, June 5th, with a visit to Tussock Sedge Farm, 1239 PA-113, Blooming Glen, PA.
While the tour is free, donations to offset the cost of BCFA’s programs are greatly appreciated.
Tussock Sedge farm sits on 550 beautiful, preserved acres in Bucks County where they raise 100% grass-fed Red Angus beef cattle.
Tussock Sedge Farm does not use herbicides or pesticides on their fields, nor do they use growth hormones or antibiotics in raising their cattle.
Their grass-fed beef is dry-aged, vacuum packed, and flash frozen for freshness.
For updates and more information visit tussocksedgefarm.com.
The evening’s potluck meal runs from 6:00 to 7:00pm, with the tour to follow.
Visitors are expected to bring a dish to share with others and their family’s own eating equipment, beverages and seating, and carry out their own trash.
This educational and entertaining event is appropriate for children of all ages who are under an adult’s supervision. Please wear appropriate footwear for the farm.
The series continues with two more summer farm evenings:
*Wednesday, July 10th, at Fulper Family Farmstead, 281 Rocktown Lambertville Road, Lambertville, NJ. The Fulper family produces wholesome, quality dairy products using environmentally friendly practices. Fulper Family Farmstead produces local, fresh dairy products and educates consumers on the process of producing safe, nutritious dairy products. Their product line includes milk, fresh mozzarella, yogurt, feta, ricotta, kefir, and more.
*Wednesday, August 7th, at Anchor Run Farm, 2578 Second Street Pike, Wrightstown. Anchor Run Farm practices sustainable, environmentally-conscious farming and serves CSA members and the community fresh produce. They grow 190 varieties of 75 crops. Their CSA consists of freshly harvested organically-grown food at an affordable price.