Freedom Farms has a pretty simple mission—to share the importance of farming with the world, and provide delicious, nutritionally dense food at the same time.
From your first visit to Freedom Farms, you’ll sense that there’s something special about this place. With inviting fields and farm buildings, Freedom Farms welcomes everybody. Keep reading to learn more about the ways that this local farm serves its neighbors.
Local Produce for You
Freedom Farms supports a lively CSA program. “Community Supported Agriculture” is like a subscription to fresh food. Every week, you’ll pick up a treasure chest of items from Freedom Farms. The selection is based on what’s currently in season, so it can spark any diner’s creativity, and you’ll be getting food at its peak. The program offers three lip-smacking options: Produce, dairy, or meats.
It’s an all-around good experience. You’re supporting your community, taking a stand for sustainability, and last but not least, reaping the benefits of tasty, seasonal food.
There’s More to See (And Eat)
Sometimes you just want to grab ingredients for dinner, but Freedom Farms also has plenty of reasons to stick around. The campus includes a sandwich shop and a donut shop for delicious items made with many of the farm’s ingredients.
You can also pick up prepared items at the farm’s store. They stock everything from soup to jam and bread.
Fun on the Farm
Their events throughout the year promise family-friendly fun and a wealth of tasty treats. Some events are old-school, like the Spring Cleaning Flea Market. It’s a great chance to clear out some clutter and discover some new-to-you gems.
Other Freedom Farms events hop on new trends, like goat yoga. In case you’re not familiar of this adorable concept, baby goats scamper around (and on) you as you practice your sun salutations.
Head to Freedom Farms
Whether you’re looking for responsibly-grown produce or your new favorite corn maze, Freedom Farms has something for everyone. This delightful retreat is conveniently located in Butler County, an easy trip for hungry people across the Pittsburgh region.