FARM STAND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Our Farm Stand is open to the public Tuesday through Friday from 10 AM to 6 PM and Saturday till 4 PM. CSA members may pick up their shares on those days as well.
Stoney Lane Farm goes Organic!
Stoney Lane Farm was established in Buckingham Township, Pennsylvania in 1891. Generations of our family have farmed the land, and now we’ve begun transitioning our farm to an all organic farm.
As we welcome the new organic practices of sustainable agriculture, we invite you to become a part of our transformation and receive well grown, farm fresh produce.
COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE
We are pleased to announce that we've begun offering Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), which traditionally has been an alternative, locally based economic model of agriculture and food distribution.
HOW IT WORKS
Memberships are purchased before the annual harvest season, which begins late May to early June. The Membership is then fulfilled once the harvesting begins and throughout the harvest season, which runs for about five months and ends late October.
Generally, Member’s pick up their produce farm box at the farm stand either every week or every other week during the harvest season. Optional Local Delivery is also available.
Our Memberships offer a considerable discount from our retail prices, and each larger Membership offers more of a discount.
5055 Ridge Road
New Hope, Pennsylvania 18938
Tuesday - 10 am to 6 PM
Wednesday - 10 AM to 6 PM
Thursday - 10 AM to 6 PM
Friday - 10 AM to 6 PM
Saturday - 10 AM to 4 PM
Sunday - Closed
Monday - Closed
Each Membership provides a seasonal mix of farm fresh organic produce.
Choose your size and then frequency. Prices listed are for the whole harvest season.
A farmbox with the perfect amount of produce for couples and small families.
Cottage House Farmbox
1 bunch of Arugula
1 bunch Green Beans
1 bunch Rainbow Chard
1 Red Bell Pepper
2 Red Potatoes
A hearty amount of produce for the family who prefers eating healthy, farm fresh vegetables on a regular basis.
Colonial House Farmbox
2 bunches of Arugula
2 bunches of Green Beans
2 bunches of Rainbow Chard
2 Red Bell Peppers
4 Red Potatoes
For the family who just can't get enough seasonal fresh vegetables. A must have for home chef's, juicer's and health conscious families.
Estate House Farmbox
3 bunches of Arugula
3 bunches of Green Beans
3 bunches of Rainbow Chard
3 Red Bell Peppers
6 Red Potatoes
Weekly Delivery, up to a 10 mile radius of the farm, for the whole harvest season is $99, and Every Other Week Delivery is $59. For delivery beyond 10 miles, it's 25 cents per additional mile.
You can select a delivery option at checkout.
Customers purchase memberships from the farm, and in return receive produce each week, picked fresh that day. By joining our CSA you share all the rewards and some of the risks of the season. In general though, memberships include more produce than you’d get at the farmer’s market for the money. In the event of failure of specific crops, we will just give you more of other items that we grow. This may or may not be feasible depending on the season. When we have an overabundance of anything, we also give extra to the CSA, though we will try not to overload you on any one type of produce. While we would never want to purchase outside produce to fill our orders, it may be an option if another organic grower is growing something that failed for us.
We also sell produce at various farmers’ markets and occasionally wholesale. While we technically try to balance priority for produce delivery to all of our outlets so that we can meet our bills, the CSA gets slightly more priority. Don’t be alarmed if you come to market and see some item that isn’t in your order! It probably just means there wasn’t a reasonable amount to go around to all of our members, or it came into maturity at the wrong time. Don’t worry that you’ll wind up with 10 pounds of tomatoes in your order if that is our most abundant crop. We try to include some sort of root vegetable, a fresh herb, greens, salad mix, some sort of allium crop, and anything else that might be in season each week. The volume and weight vary a lot each week during the season. In the spring our produce will most likely have large volume and lower weight, and at the peak of summer it is usually lower volume and heavier weight.
You are responsible for picking up your produce or finding a substitute. If you are running late, please call Kayla at 732-539-5612 during drop off times, and your items can possibly be left at the site. At other times, please use email, as early as possible. Pick up at the farm is 4:00p.m. - 6:30p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday. Delivery is also available. Delivery is a flat rate charge of $5.00 within a 10-mile radius of the farm. Outside the 10 mile radius the delivery charge is $5.00 plus $0.25 cents for each additional mile. If you wish to change your pickup day or delivery day, let us know at least 2 days ahead of time. We cannot accommodate this on a weekly basis however– this would be a one-time change as well as a permanent change for the season. If your items aren’t picked up, they might be donated to the last member who shows up, our hosts, our friends, or a food pantry. In other words, it is often not available the next day.