Homegrown in the Valleys

4. Day Lilies Map: A6 441 Cemetery Hill Road, Benton, PA 17814

Directions: FromLightstreet, exit off I-80 and go north on Rt. 487.After 16miles, turn right onto Sunny Hillside Rd. (at Dollar General). Take first left onHill Street, then first right on Cemetery Hill Road. Go 1mile to the top of the hill. Driveway will be on the left. Contact: dwwinther@yahoo.com • 570-317-1503 • 570-925-2501 Hours: Open May - August: Please call ahead for hours. Easy to grow, fresh dug very hardy daylilies.

5. Drum’s Produce Map: C5 164 River Hill Drive, Bloomsburg, PA 17815 Directions: 1.2 miles south on SR 487 on top of River Hill. 3 miles North on SR 487 out of Catawissa at the junction of SR 487 and West Hillcrest Drive Contact: ray.sobolesky@gmail.com • 570-784-3396 Hours: June - November • 7 days a week, 10am-6pm Home grown fresh fruit and vegetables at great prices. Our knowledgeable staff can help you pick the right produce for your needs. 6. Falls Edge Farm Map: A6 132 Tripp Road, Benton, PA 17814 (Columbia County Neighbor) Directions: From corner of 118 & 487 follow 118 east to Tripp Road turn right. We are six tenths of a mile on the left. Follow signs. Contact: ellie@fallsedge.com • www.fallsedge.com • 570-477-2665 Hours: March-December • Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 11am-5pm Alpaca’s Small alpaca farm located near Ricketts Glen with a boutique for shopping and quiet country setting. 7. Forks Farm, LLC Map: B6 299 Covered Bridge Road, Orangeville, PA 17859 Directions: From 180 take Rt. 487 north for 8 miles to the village of Forks. Turn right onto Winding Road at sign for Jonestown. Go 1.6 miles. Our house and farm store are located on the left, after crossing the bridge. Contact: forksfarm@gmail.com • www.forksfarmmarket.com • 570-683-5820 Hours: Farm markets: April-October (2nd & 4th Sat. of each month) 10am-2pm; Nov. & December Holiday markets Buyers Club: Year round 100% grass fed beef and lamb, Woodlot pork. Pastured and organically fed poultry and eggs. No chemicals or fertilizers. We believe that grass farming means placing animals in their natural environment eating food that animals have evolved to eat. This stress free setting assures you that our meat is as good as nature would allow it. In nature animals are free to search for food and roam. When they move on, their feeding areas regenerate, providing food for the future. Portable enclosures help us approximate these natural conditions while providing protection from predators, allowing our animals to live healthier lives and produce healthier meat. 3

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