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Hundred Fruit Farm
Hundred Fruit Farm
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1744 Holicong Rd, New Hope, PA, US
Climate zone:
Cold Temperate

Kayla Weiss Maksud Rakhmatullaev
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Hundred Fruit Farm

Project Type

Rural, Residential, Commercial, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Hundred Fruit Farm is located in beautiful Buckingham, Pennsylvania. We are a small, ten-acre diversified no-spray permaculture orchard and farm that uses only regenerative farming methods - no sprays, chemical fertilizers, GMOs, antiobiotics, etc. The farm was started in 2015, born out of a desire to grow over 100 different kinds of fruit using only regenerative farming methods. We believe it's not enough to just use organic methods; the whole farm should act as a holistic system that improves the soil, benefits the surrounding ecosystems, and strengthens the local community. We raised babydoll sheep and grow many kinds of no-spray fruit, berries, vegetables, mushrooms, pastured eggs, and pastured pork. We also host an annual Permaculture Design Course (PDC) every winter/spring for local residents, as well as occasional workshops and smaller courses on various permaculture techniques. Come explore what we do (by appointment), check out our upcoming courses, or join our Buyer's Club.

Project Description

Diversified permaculture farm. All regenerative methods. PDC courses, workshops, orchards, silvopasture, pastured eggs, pastured meat, veggies, mushrooms, nuts, and lots of fruit and berries.


2018 Winter/Spring Weekend Permaculture Design Course (PDC)

2018 Weekend Permaculture Design Course (PDC) from February 17 - April 29. Our 2nd annual PDC at Hundred Fruit Farm. Format ideal for people who study or work full-time. $650 or $575 for early bird registrations!

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