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Due to tornado damage, Apple Pond Farm and Renewable Education Center is closed.

We are rebuilding and actively seeking new ownership interested in establishing an agriculture-based living center, creating a training program for new farmers, starting a not-for-profit sustainable living center, or a farming village that focuses on food and renewable energy production. This could be an individual farmer or a group of farmers.


"Agriculture is our wisest pursuit, because it will in the end contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness."  -Thomas Jefferson


Welcoming visitors for a close look at our farm has been our pleasure for more than 50 years. However, we are taking a pause during tornado damage recovery. Future guided visits will be listed on our "Programs" page. If you would like to see your restoration progress, we offer periodic Open Houses on Sundays during the season. We encourage you to consider how you might address climate change, conserve energy and produce some of your own food. Thanks to the Delaware Highlands Conservancy, our 80 acres are

now preserved as farm land in perpetuity.

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Listen to Sonja Hedlund interviewed by Rosie Starr on WJFF Radio outlining the challenges farmers face with weather and climate in our region. Hear her interview at 35:53.

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