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Feed. Teach. Nurture.

Carversville Flower
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Big News: Carversville Farm now has online ordering for our farm store!

You can order available items, pay online and drive over for a contact-free pickup at the farm. Check out our new Carversville Farm Store.

Carversville Farm Foundation is a non-profit that grows fresh food specifically for donation to local communities in need. We run a certified organic farm where we raise top-quality vegetables, poultry, beef and eggs, and we donate over ninety percent of our harvests to Philadelphia-area soup kitchens and food pantries. In 2020, we gave more than 120,000 pounds of food, including pastured poultry and grass-fed beef and a wide variety of fresh produce. We also sustain the environment through our rigorous organic farming practices and train future farmers through our apprentice program.

If you would like to see our IRS Nonprofit Determination Letter, please click here.

We grow vegetables, hay, mushrooms, steers, chickens, turkeys and hens.

Our Farm Goals

Carversville Animal
Animals

Our livestock spend their days outside on pasture, often mixed together, ensuring that they always have access to green grass, fresh air and sunshine. We move them daily to evenly distribute their manure on the land to fertilize the soil and plants and reduce the risk of contaminating our streams.

Carversville Plants
Plants

We provide our soil, animals and vegetables with balanced minerals in the soil that allow them to thrive and self-regulate. We maximize the diversity of plant species and integrate organic and regenerative practices, such as productive riparian buffers, woodlands and perennial pastures.

Carversville Water
Water

Through our carefully planned management of the soil, plants, and animals on our farm, we can have a positive impact on the water cycle by reducing runoff and flooding while improving water quality and increasing groundwater recharge.

Carversville Soil
Soil

Using compost, reduced tillage, plants, and grazing animals, we grow deep, living soil that acts like a sponge to soak up rain and grow more plants for people and animals to eat. By increasing our organic matter by just 1%, we can infiltrate over 25,000 additional gallons of water per acre!

Meet Our Team

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Tony D’Orazio
Co-Executive Director
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Amy D’Orazio
Co-Executive Director
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Steven Tomlinson
Farm Manager
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Stephanie DeLucia
Farm Administrator
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Craig Haney
Livestock Manager and Educator
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Phil Haynes
Assistant Livestock Manager
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Sam Berenstain
Assistant Vegetable Manager
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Kyle Runkle
Operator/ Mechanic
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Brian Kennedy
Head Groundskeeper

Feeding the Hungry by the numbers

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Cartons of Eggs Donated Since 2015

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The Latest news Carversville From from CFF

2020 Carversville Farm Turkeys
CFF has turkeys available!
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Carversville Farm Round Up:
July 2
CFF donates plants to Urban Tree Connection!
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Carversville Farm Round Up:
May 1
Our Apprentices are here!
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Carversville Farm Round Up:
February 27
Meet Phil, our new Assistant Livestock Manager.
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Farm Events Carversville And IconAnd Volunteer Opportunities

Stay tuned for details on our
2021 season!
When: Summer 2021
Where: CFF
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Carversville Careers

Interested in Making a Difference?

Carversville Farm Foundation is always seeking hard-working, community and conservation-minded individuals. Earn a living wage, serve both your community and the environment, and develop sustainable farming skills and conservation techniques.


Vegetable Production Manager
We are hiring a Vegetable Production Manager. Learn More

Head Groundskeeper
CFF is looking for a Head Groundskeeper. Learn More

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Contact Information

Physical Address

6127 Mechanicsville Road
Mechanicsville, PA 18934

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 204
Carversville, PA 18913

Phone

855-228-8085

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