We are proud to serve our community healthy, whole foods in a way that nurtures both our need for connection with each other and with our natural environment.
Gardens grown by school children teach both healthy eating habits and responsibility and respect for the environment. They can also be an interdisciplinary way to teach school subjects like math and science.
Gravity Hill Farm donates supplies, seeds and time to schools in Hopewell Valley to encourage this important work. We also offer farm tours to educational groups and community organizations.
As parents of children in the Hopewell Valley School District, we heartily support the farm to school movement and the efforts to provide our children with a healthy lunch at school.
Our son, John, comes home from school every day asking when he will have more time for lunch and when the food will taste better. “We’re working on it,” we tell him.
We are proud members of grassroots groups tackling these hard issues: Real Food for Thought, the New Jersey School to Farm Network and NOFA-NJ.
To find out more about their work, go to: