In the fall we have pick your own pumpkin, corn
maze, and other activities for your children's
pleasure. Along with fall harvest items.
The Kromer family farm is nestled at the ends of
Forks and Lower Mount Bethel Townships since
1933. Dairy was the order of the day until 1998,
when we left the dairying business and began to
grow a few pumpkins which we sold wholesale.

In 2000 we opened a fall market at the farm with
pumpkins, Indian corn, and gourds.

In July of 2004, we opened a produce stand on the
farm along with our fall activities.

In 2005, we offered a CSA, to bring together
community members, farmers, and agricultural
land in a relationship of the survival of local
agriculture today and for future generations.

Community members pay the farmer an annual
fee, in return for a weekly share of the vegetables
harvested during the growing season.

In 2012 we started participating in the Nazareth
Farmers market. We also joined Z Arch Barn
Farm with Santa's Pit Stop selling wreath, grave
blankets, etc.

In 2013 we partnered with the Westward
Partnership with a CSA there.