Eight Mile Creek Farm
Eight Mile Creek Farm believes that through diversification of both plant and animal species, we have created, and continue to improve on, a sustainable system that works to produce healthy food for our community, and that leaves our environment in a better state of health.
Established in 2005, Eight Mile Creek Farm sits upon 223 acres (plus 120 acres leased for hay production) tucked away on a dirt road in Westerlo, NY in the Heldeberg Hilltowns. The house and barns were originally built in 1835. From that time until the 1950’s it was a working family farm, transitioning into low-scale agricultural production for hay in the mid-1950’s.
Pam set out to restore the land as a productive working farm in 2005 by building a diversified agricultural business. She has obtained, and maintains, the farm’s annual organic certification, providing customers with the healthiest products available. Additionally, Pam works hard to protect and nurture the natural resources that their farm depends on for survival.
Pam produces more than 30 kinds of vegetables and herbs, offering each in several varieties.
What can you find at our farm?
- Brussel Sprouts
- Collard Greens
- Swiss Chard