We are currently donating 5% of our online sales to Community Kitchen Pittsburgh
Family Farming Since 1865
A little hot, a little dry, and a little different, but it's still Summertime in the Pennsylvania Wilds!
Speaking of which, did you know there is over 2 million acres of public land in the PA Wilds? Click here to plan your next trip (or maybe your next job, they're hiring!) to the PA Wilds.
A few updates from Paul Hollow:
o In March we started our Community Campaigns, a way for us to give back to our communities through a portion of our online sales. Starting in August, we are donating 5% of our online sales to Community Kitchen Pittsburgh, a workforce development program is designed to help people who have been out of the workforce find and maintain stable, higher than entry-level positions in the food service industry. Visit https://www.ckpgh.org/ for more details.
o Our Farmers Market Schedule for August includes:
- Bloomfield (Saturdays 9a - 1p)
- Carnegie (Sundays 12p - 3p)
- Mt Lebanon (Wednesday 3p - 7p)
-Uptown Mt Lebanon (Saturday Aug 15th 9a - 1p)
o We are starting to spin our spring honey (a light floral honey). Stay tuned for updates.
o We are addicted to making Grilled Peaches with Maple Syrup. We want to know, what are you cooking this summer?
o We recently said goodbye to three of the best dogs we've ever had on the farm; Ruby, Duke, and Boone. While they're chasing grouse on the other side, we welcome Truman to the farm! And so far, he seems to jumping right in (literally).
We hope you're getting a chance to enjoy the beautiful weather, take a few more walks in the woods, and finding gratitude in the slower pace of the world.
Hope to see you soon!
In 1865, William Paul homesteaded in what became and now is Paul Hollow. Over the last 150 years, the Paul's have lived and partnered with the land. Today when you come up the dirt road, you'll find the 4th generation on the farm, Bim, Judy, Bud and Debby, Tim and Cathie, along with 5th and 6th generation family and of course, our dear friends of the farm.
Today we focus on producing small batch wood-fired PA Maple Syrup and Raw Goldenrod Honey. We love bringing our farm to your table.
We typically welcome everyone to stop by the farm and have a cup of coffee.
Until everything calms down a bit, we ask you to wait to stop by and see us.
Paul Hollow Rd, Galeton, Pennsylvania 16922, United States
Feed coming soon