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Derek Fell presents ‘Grow This! Not That!’ on May 7
BCFA, in cooperation with Newtown Township Parks & Recreation, presents a program on choosing the right plants and seeds for your garden. “Grow This! Not That!” with nationally known Bucks County author, gardener and photographer Derek Fell is set for Wednesday, May 7, at the Newtown Township Community Room, 100 Municipal Drive, Newtown, PA 18940, 7:00 – 9:00 pm. The program fee is $5 per person. Pre-registration with Newtown Township is encouraged: 215.968.2800, x239.  [More]
Seeking an Admin for BCFA
Are you enthusiastic about locally grown food? Are you well-organized with strong office and people skills? Do you have 20-30 hours a month to support the BCFA in building a resilient local food system through education and collaboration?  [More]
Wrightstown Market Opens May 3rd
Mark your calendar for Opening Day of our 2014 season, Saturday, May 3rd from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. More than 30 vendors participate Saturdays from May through Thanksgiving. Come find the freshest, healthiest food for your family and enjoy our local musical talent, chef demonstrations, special events and kids' activities. 
We just learned that the Wycombe Post Office is returning to sender mail addressed to our Wycombe post office box address. Until further notice, please do not use the Wycombe P.O. Box address!  [More]
Fresh and Local
A new generation of Bucks County farmer
The average age of the American farmer is 57 years and rising, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Meet Tricia Borneman and Tom Murtha, Bucks County farmers who are bucking this trend.  [More]
Flint Hill Farm: A Family Dairy Experience
Shopping at the Wrightstown Farmers’ Market, you’ve probably met Rebecca Case, a cheerful, pleasant woman selling fresh cheeses, butter, yogurt and milk. It’s a simple stand, with only a few items out on the red-checkered tablecloth. Most of her product sits in coolers waiting for its customers. What you don’t see is the farm behind her – goats, cows, chickens, horses and some very hard-working people.  [More]
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New Carversville Farm Foundation Seeks Farm Manager
BCFA is excited to share the news of a sustainable farming operation soon to launch here in central Bucks County. Carversville Farm Foundation is currently looking to hire a farm manager who will be engaged this spring with the early planning stages for this unique start-up operation. Interested? Contact us for the job description.