Discover Coverdale Farm
The 377-acre Coverdale Farm Preserve is comprised of 200 acres of nature preserve that is managed to conserve and enhance the biodiversity of Delaware. Nestled alongside the preserve is a 177-acre working farm that showcases regenerative agriculture methods. Farm livestock includes cows, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens, and Thanksgiving Turkeys. In addition to a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, the produce, meat, and other products produced on the farm help feed our community and the planet. Coverdale Farm’s regenerative agriculture practices lead to healthier soil and minimize the impact of farming on the land. Coverdale Farm offers panoramic views of rolling countryside, vegetable gardens, a professional kitchen for culinary classes. Program offerings include farm-based and natural history programs and seasonal events. Discover how we carefully manage this land for biodiversity and water.
Food Must Go On!
Coverdale Farm Preserve is closed to the public to ensure the safety of its food production operation and the health of its farmers, livestock, and visitors.
We are proud to be classified as an essential business and take that designation seriously. The 2020 production plan is well underway keeping pace with the number one goal of feeding our community clean, nutritious food. Thousands of plants have been growing since February and egg production is ramping up with the arrival of spring.
To guarantee our food is clean and safe, we have quickly, thoughtfully, and thoroughly updated our protocols to comply with covid-19 guidelines for Farmers outlined by regional State Departments of Agriculture and the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture.
We look forward to the first harvest and will provide prudent access opportunities to share in the bounty. Please stay tuned for updates as the season progresses. Be safe, stay healthy.