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Monocacy Farm Project

The Monocacy Farm Project is based on a 10 acre farm owned and operated by the School Sisters of Saint Francis.The mission is to use the land and resources at Monocacy Manor to model good stewardship and care of the earth, foster community involvement, provide educational opportunities, and serve the needs of the poor. The farm’s operations include community gardens, an apple orchard, pick-your-own vegetable fields and demonstration gardens. The project’s “Grow Healthy Community Initiative” provides free supplies of organically-grown produce to area shelters, food pantries and soup kitchens throughout each growing season.

Last Updated: April 10, 2022


395 Bridle Path Rd.
Bethlehem, PA 18017



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Products We Produce


Kale, Collards

Root Crops

Carrots, Beets, Onions

Seasonal Vegetables

Beans (Fresh), Squash (Winter), Squash (Summer), Cucumber, Scallions, Peppers (Sweet), Broccoli, Cabbage, Tomatoes

Melons & Pumpkins

Cantaloupes, Watermelons

Educational Programs

School Tours

Pick Your Own

Tomatoes, String Beans, Farm veggies

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Agritourism Activities

Pick Your Own, Special Events, Tours, Pumpkin Patches, Classes/Educational Programs

Farm Details

Farming Practices


  • Extended Growing Season
Other Practices

Follow organic production practices


  • Acres Owned: 10
  • Acres in Production: 4

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