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Pucker Brush Farm
Pucker Brush Farm

Pam Bryan

Pam Bryan is one of the founding members of Penn's Corner and she currently sits on the board as Treasurer!  She runs Pucker Brush Farm in Shelocta, PA where she grows veggies and in her free time raises sheep, ducks and rabbits.

Clarion River Organics
Clarion River Organics

Zeb Bartels

Clarion River Organics is a cooperative of Amish family farms that work together in Silgo, PA. Their large network of farms provides us with lots of Certified Organic produce throughout the year! Check out their website at clarionriverorganics.com.

Matthews Farm
Matthews Farm

Jane & John Matthews

John and Jane Matthews own and operate their 60 acre family produce farm in Eighty Four, PA. With the help of some family and locally hired help, they grow a wide variety of seasonal veggies. They are perhaps best known for their amazing GMO-free sweet corn, but they also grow tomatoes, zucchini, & winter squash, to name a few. The Matthews' Family Farm is one of the founding farms of Penn's Corner, and they have been farming for at least 5 generations. Jane has been a member of the board for a number of years.

Weeping Willow Farm
Weeping Willow Farm

Raymond Byler

Weeping Willow Farm has been a member of PCFA since 2008. Raymond, with the help of his farmily, supplies us with beautiful tomatoes, peppers, potatoes and much much more from his farm in Hartstown, PA. In the winter, Weeping Willow also taps maple trees to produce syrup.

Jarosinski Farms
Jarosinski Farms

Kevin Jarosinski

Kevin became a member of PCFA in 2012 and a board member in 2015. He supplies us with his wonderful heritage breed pastured chickens and eggs, pork, and grass-fed beef. from his eight acre farm in Butler County! 

Grow Pittsburgh
Grow Pittsburgh

Marshall Hart, & Nick Lubecki

Grow Pittsburgh is a nonprofit organization with the mission to demonstrate, teach, and promote responsible urban food production. They grow food on over an acre of urban production sites. Grow Pittsburgh also supports community gardens throughout Allegheny County and several Edible Schoolyards within the city. They sell the majority of their urban-farmed produce at reduced rates through farm stands in low-income areas. They joined PCFA in 2012 to assist with sales and distribution of the remainder of their produce. As a side benefit of PCFA membership, Grow Pittsburgh interns and apprentices have enjoyed visiting and learning from a variety of rural PCFA member farmers. For more info about Grow Pittsburgh, check out their website at growpittsburgh.org.

Blackberry Meadows Farm
Blackberry Meadows Farm

Jen Montgomery & Greg Boulos

Blackberry Meadows Farm was first Certified Organic in 1992 and has since provided the Pittsburgh area with high quality local fruits, vegetables, meats, and eggs. They joined Penn's Corner in 2013 and have been supplying us with their beautiful veggies!  Check out their website at blackberrymeadows.com

Bedillion Honey Farm
Bedillion Honey Farm

Mark & Sara Bedillion

The Bedillion Family Farm & Apiary is located in Mt. Pleasant Township, Hickory, Pennsylvania. They harvest honey from an ever growing number of hives on their farm and make it available year round. Their honeybees are survivor stock of mainly Italian and some Russian honeybees. So far, they've proved to be gentle, hygienic, and good producers of brood and honey. The Apiary joined Penn's Corner in 2012 and we are grateful for their bees! Check out their website here!

Hilltop Farm
Hilltop Farm

Emanuel & Rosemary Schmidt

Hilltop Farm in Sligo, PA raises some of the best pork around. Emanuel specializes in heritage breed pigs--Berkshire and Tamworth. Both our chefs and Farm Stand customers are big fans. The farm has been part of Penn's Corner since 2011.

Harmony Grove Farm
Harmony Grove Farm

Monty & Akemi Hoffman

On a farm in Harrisville bought by his great-great grandfather, Monty and Akemi Hoffman grow hydroponic lettuces for Penn's Corner. Harmony Grove Farm is a new Penn's Corner member in 2015. Check out their website here.

Hidden Hills Dairy
Hidden Hills Dairy

Lori & Rex Sollenberger

Lori and Rex of Hidden Hills Dairy provide Penn's Corner with a variety of cow's milk cheeses. All of their cheese is made from fresh raw milk from their Jersey Cows on their farm in Everett, PA. Their cows are rbst-free and enjoy the free range of grazing the fields.  Check out hiddenhillsdairy.com for more information! 

Clubhouse Gardens
Clubhouse Gardens

Bill Foulk

The Foulk's farm in Greenville, PA has been in the family name for over 100 years. Bill and his wife Paula specialize in everything garlic, while following chemical-free growing practices. Clubhouse Gardens has been a member of Penn's Corner since 2009.   

Kistaco Farm
Kistaco Farm

Tim & Suzanne Hileman

Tim & Suzanne run their 235 acre family farm in Armstrong county known as Kistaco Farm. Apples are their specialty, but they also grow many other fruits and vegetables throughout the year. We have fallen in love with their delicious apple cider since they joined PCFA in 2003. Visit their website kistacofarm.com for more information or visit the Kistaco Farm Store which is open year round! We are also excited to announce that Tim joined our board in 2015.

Blue Goose Farm
Blue Goose Farm

Scott & Christy Farabaugh

Scott Farabaugh and his wife, Christy, own and operate Blue Goose Farm in Nicktown, Cambria County. They specialize in potatoes, but they also grow lots of carrots, broccoli, cabbage, and more! Blue Goose Farm produce is Certified Naturally Grown.  Check out their website at bluegoosefarmnicktown.com.

River View Dairy
River View Dairy

Sam & Susie Byler

Sam Byler was a new Penn's Corner member in 2008. Sam, his wife Susie, and their seven children milk over one hundred goats at his farm in Venango County. His specialties are goat and sheep milk cheeses. As of 2014 the Byler family also started growing a wide variety of vegetables for Penn's Corner. Sam is a member of the Penn's Corner Board.

Nu Way Farm
Nu Way Farm

David Yoder

David Yoder operates at Nu Way Farm in Mercer County. David provides a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Nu Way Farm became a new Penn's Corner member in 2007. David also serves as a board member for Penn's Corner.

Dawson's Orchards
Dawson's Orchards

Carolyn & Scott McQuiston

Carolyn McQuiston and a few key family members run Dawson's Orchards in Beaver County. Their specialties are berries and tree fruit. Carolyn's farm became a Penn's Corner member in 2007. Check out their website at dawsonsorchards.com for more information or visit their Orchard Market

Keystone Farmer's Cooperative
Keystone Farmer's Cooperative

Bill Holchin & Harry Dice

The Farmers of Keystone Farmer's Cooperative raise cattle in the vicinity of Uniontown, PA. Keystone is committed to providing the markets of Southwestern Pennsylvania with the highest quality Choice Beef, fed on grass and locally grown grains. Keystone's cattle are raised without the use of hormones, antibiotics or pesticides in the feed. 

Hostetler Farm
Hostetler Farm

Joe & Linda Hostetler

Joseph and Linda, with the help of their family of nine, grow on five acres of land in Mercer County. Their main crops include strawberries, beans, beets, leeks, onions, potatoes and peas, but they also grow delicious black raspberries and blueberries.  

Crighton Farm
Crighton Farm

James & Chris Crighton

James and Christine have been farming for more than 35 years, 23+ of which have been at their current location, Crighton Farm, in Prospect, PA. Crighton Farm grows a wide variety of gourmet vegetables; among them are PA Simply Sweet Onions, shallots, peppers, cherry tomatoes and microgreens on their 12 acre farm. Chris also serves as a member of the Penn's Corner Board.

Sunny Meadow Farm
Sunny Meadow Farm

Ben Byler

Ben Byler owns and operates Sunny Meadow Farm in Atlantic, PA with the help of his family. Ben has been a member of Penn's Corner since 2009 and supplies us with delicious eggplants, tomatillos, and strawberries. In the winter, he also taps maple trees for syrup. 

The Bloomery
The Bloomery

Kathy Dudley

Kathy Dudley has been in the flower business since 1998. Having started out as a full retail florist, she transitioned into full-time flower growing in 2010.   Farming in Prospect, PA, The Bloomery grows all types of cut flowers and foliages, as well as specialty plants such as succulents. Check out bloomery.com for more info!

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