Peace Tree Farm

Last week when I wrote about the Philadelphia Farm and Food Fest, I mentioned that I had met up with my friend Lloyd Traven of Peace Tree Farm,. which means I had the pleasure of going home this weekend for Easter and in the midst of catching up with old friends, having way to much fun and eating way to much good food, I took a trip to Peace Tree to catch up with the Travens and drop off their son after a night of friends telling ghost stories around a bond fire. Lloyd had promised me plants if I stopped by, and with the gardening addiction I have, I had to come and get my hands on some awesome organic vegetables. Peace Tree is a beautiful property nessled in Bucks County aside Mt. Haycock. 'Peace Tree Farm' comes from the Native American word "tohickon"(a park and stream system in the area), which means "peace tree". Here are some photos of the 25 acre property and all things lovely at this organic nursery. 

Philadelphia Farm and Food Fest

The Philadelphia Farm and Food Fest was a massive event held this Sunday at Philadelphia's spankin' new convention center. Featuring over 100 vendors, and attracting more than 3,000 visitors, the first annual festival was organized by Fair Food and the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture, in conjunction with Reading Terminal Market

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