Lundale Farm is a non-profit 501 c (3) organization, located in Chester County, Pennsylvania, 40 miles west of Philadelphia.

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Lundale Farm is a community of regenerative farmers enhancing the ecology, health, and diversity of the land, and serves as a model for local food production and forest stewardship on preserved land. It is an evolution of the founding families’ land preservation legacy that seeks not only to preserve land, but to utilize it in a responsible manner to mutually benefit the region’s environment, economy, agricultural heritage, health, and nutrition of its people.

  • Leasing land to farmers to start or grow their business

  • Consulting with other land owners who want to lease their land for food production

  • Managing other land owners’ properties who are leasing land for food production

  • Providing educational opportunities to our farmers, and other local farmers, and the public about sustainable farming practices

Upcoming Events

“Do I Look Like a Farmer?”

Lundale Farm is coming to elementary school classrooms this spring!

With support from a matching grant from the PA Department of Agriculture, Lundale Farm’s farmers and volunteers are partnering to deliver the “Do I Look Like a Farmer?” program. The 2 part classroom experience meets academic standards for both agriculture and entrepreneurship. Students will learn from our Lundale Farmers about why and how they started farming, and skills needed to start a small farm in Pennsylvania. Then, they’ll learn how to identify PA grown products in their local stores, markets, and farms.

We’re seeking 3rd and 4th grade classrooms willing to partner with us for this exciting, new Lundale Farm program!


The farm is not currently open to the public without a scheduled visit. If you would like to take a tour of the property, please email or call 484-558-0826. We would love to tell you more about the Morris family and our mission at Lundale!