Blackberries are now ready for Pick-Your-Own. Come by before they're all gone.
$6/pint // $12/quart // $8/lb
Vegetables are also being harvested and are available at the Farm Stand ~ tomatoes, eggplant, green peppers, hot peppers, squash (summer, zucchini, acorn, and spaghetti), cucumbers, basil, chard, flowers. Visit the farm website for more details.
Cash preferred. Farm Stand open daily 9am-6pm
Have you visited the Monarch Waystation yet?
Now in it's second year, the Burlington County 4-H Pollinator Protectors are working hard to create a butterfly oasis right on the farm.
A Monarch Waystation provides milkweeds, nectar plants, and shelter for monarchs throughout their annual cycle of reproduction and migration.
Club members started seeds back in April and planted a beautiful assortment of nectar plants among the milkweeds (including sunflowers, zinnia, parsley, hollyhock, and cosmos).
Creating and maintaining a Monarch Waystation contributes to monarch conservation, and helps to assure the continuation of monarch migration in North America.
Look for the official Waystation sign near our farm fields to see for yourself!
Friends of Taylor Wildlife Preserve would like to extend our best wishes to Ruth Fink, on her 90th birthday. Ruth has been a longstanding member of FTWP. Thanks to Carol Bishop (also a member) for the heads up!
Date: Saturday, May 11th (rain date May 12th)
Meeting Place: Farm Stand by big yellow house - 5 Taylors Ln, Cinnaminson
Come join us for a stroll around Taylor Farm and Wildlife Preserve, led by our knowledgable and engaging guide, Steve Sobocinski. Bring your camera, and send in your photos afterwards. We post our sighting from every year. You're sure to see or hear at least 50 species that day - guaranteed!
Date: Saturday, May 5th
Meeting place: At Farm Stand by the big yellow house, 5 Taylors Ln.
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