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Are you interested in eating local and eating the freshest fruits and vegetables… but you want to be sure of how your food is grown? We can help! One Hawk Homestead is currently serving farmers’ markets in Kent County, Delaware and is accepting a limited number of CSA memberships for the 2018 growing season. (And we use zero ‘cides’ or synthetic fertilizers. EVER. It’s pretty awesome.)

We specialize in homegrown pesticide-free heirloom vegetables, hard to find fruits, cut flowers, fresh culinary herbs, and handmade bath products with certified organic ingredients. If you are local to Kent County, Delaware, check us out! We would love to serve you!

Be sure to also check us out on Instagram at one_hawk_homestead for sneak peeks at our mini permaculture farm and wildlife habitat, our eclectic (but delectable!) harvests, and much, much more.

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One Hawk Homestead 2018 CSA – A Look Back on this Year’s Growing Season

This year marked our first time running a CSA. What an incredible experience! In January, we opened it up to a maximum of eight members, with the first shares being available in May. A total of six families signed up. Our CSA offering included 20 weeks of our homegrown pesticide-free heirloom vegetables, fruits, culinary herbs, … Continue reading One Hawk Homestead 2018 CSA – A Look Back on this Year’s Growing Season

One Hawk Homestead Hosts the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

Last week, we hosted volunteers from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society for the second year in a row, as part of our participation in the annual Gardening and Greening Contest.  Once again, our gardens entered as a Large Combination Flower and Vegetable Garden by an Individual (yours truly!). As is often the case in July, it … Continue reading One Hawk Homestead Hosts the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

Homestead farmstand closed til Spring, soaps and salves migrating…online

We had our last Homestead farmstand for the season at the end of October. Thank you to everyone who came out and helped make this such a great experience. We hope you enjoyed this year’s harvests as much as we did. While the gardens get some rest over the winter, we will be busy filling … Continue reading Homestead farmstand closed til Spring, soaps and salves migrating…online

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