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Jobs for 2015
We have several openings for the 2015 season. Want to be a part of the team? Click here for all the details!
CSA registration for returning members is OPEN for the 2015 season
We are pleased to welcome you back for the 2015 season. This year we are offering a discount to those who register by February 1st! Also, check out our new member referral incentives. Comprehensive information on the 2015 season may be found on our CSA page.
Note that our registration process has changed. It is no longer necessary to re-enter your personal information in order to register. Current members should obtain a password via email (using the email address from last year's registration). Click on the green "Join" button visible after logging in. Please contact us if you encounter any difficulty.
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Registration opens to the general public December 1st
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Blooming Glen Farm, founded in January 2006, is entering its tenth season of production. It is situated in scenic Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania on 35 acres of preserved farm land in Hilltown Township.
Farmers Tom Murtha and Tricia Borneman have been farming together for 15 years. We returned to Bucks County where Tricia grew up because we are committed to preserving and encouraging the rich agricultural heritage of this region. We rent the land that we farm from Henry and Charlotte Rosenberger who have preserved the acreage for agricultural use. They share our vision for encouraging sustainable agriculture in Bucks County through organic farming practices which enrich the soil and protect our water and air.
A certified organic farm, Blooming Glen Farm grows over 75 different varieties of vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs. We market our produce through our 300-member CSA, to restaurants and natural food stores, and at the seasonal Headhouse Farmers' Market on Sundays in Philadelphia, the Wrightstown Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings, and the Easton Farmers Market on Saturday mornings in downtown Easton.