Originally part of the “Hawk Farm” purchased by Joseph Hawk in 1819 for $3,420 (a tidy sum in those days), we acquired the property in 2004 and restored the two stone buildings in 2005-2006. The month of acquisition housed a blue moon, hence the farm’s name.
Today, one would describe our farm as a small family farm, situated on 17 acres providing just about everything a farm family could want: gardens, pastures, orchard, hay fields, woodlands, fresh water springs and outbuildings. We have worked hard since 2004 to bring the farm back to its natural beauty. It is a labor of love that we wish to share.
In the summer, you will find us at the Holland Township Farmers Market.
This quaint market, located at the Holland Township Fire House on Rt. 519 (at Andersen Rd), is small and the vendors are REALLY local.
The market is open from June through mid-September on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm.
All of our products will be on sale as seasonally available.
Our farm is full of stone and the original farmers used it for everything including building the house. We have continued the tradition by incorporating it into our landscaping. Last fall we added a Flintstone table. This year we upgraded the area which we now call “Bedrock Plaza”.
It’s the perfect spot for gathering everyone for drinks and appetizers prior to or after your barn event. The table is made from used granite and blue stone. We even added a ‘rock bench’ from the Delaware River that has been washed so perfectly it looks surreal.
It’s the perfect place for your next event.
Wabba Dabba Doo!