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Directions to Hart-to-Hart Farm & Education Center

Fairfield: Take Rt. 139 out of Fairfield to Benton. At stop sign, turn LEFT onto Rt. 100. Then an immediate RIGHT onto Rt. 139 towards ALBION/UNITY. Cross bridge and make a RIGHT at "T" going towards ALBION ( Follow signs). Make first RIGHT onto ALBION Rd.. Stay on this road until the stop sign. Make a LEFT onto RT. 202 /9/137. Pass Yeatons on your left. Make first RIGHT onto the HUSSEY Rd. Go 2 1/2 miles ( stay right at the "Y"), the farm will be on the LEFT side on DUCK POND LANE. There will be a sign out front saying Hart-to-Hart Farm.



Winslow: Take Rt. 137 to China. Make first LEFT onto the GARLAND Rd. Take 3rd RIGHT onto the ALBION Rd. Go all the way to the stop sign. Make RIGHT, then an immediate LEFT onto Rt. 202/9/139 ( you are now in the center of ALBION). Pass Yeatons on left . Make first RIGHT onto the HUSSEY Rd. Go 2 1/2 miles (stay right at the "Y"), the farm will be on the LEFT side on DUCK POND LANE. There will be a sign out front saying Hart-to-Hart Farm.



China: take Rt. 202 / 9 into ALBION. Pass Yeatons store on left. Make first RIGHT onto the HUSSEY Rd. Go 2 1/2 miles ( stay right at the "Y"), the farm will be on the LEFT side on DUCK POND LANE. There will be a sign out front saying Hart-to-Hart Farm.



Belfast: Follow Rt 137 from Belfast to RT 202/ 9. Turn LEFT and head into Albion. Just before reaching Albion, you will crest a hill. At the top of the hill, make a LEFT onto the HUSSEY RD. Go 2 1/2 miles ( stay right at the "Y"), the farm will be on the LEFT side on DUCK POND LANE. We are across the road from the Higgins farm. There will be bay lambs on the front lawn.

Hart-to-Hart Farm & Education Center
16 Duck Pond Lane
Albion, ME 04910

Contact Us
Phone: (207)437-2441
http://www.hart2hartfarm.org/
hhart@uninets.net

About Hart-to-Hart Farm & Education Center

Certified Organic dairy and education center. We milk 60 head of registered Jerseys and are owners-members of Organic Valley. We have received numerous awards for our high quality products and livestock. We have an farm stand on site to purchase products. In addition, we offer a number of educational programs. Highlights: our summer youth day camp program for youth ages 5 - 16. Check out our website for current programs ad events.

Products
Organic milk, dairy breeding stock (registered Jerseys), meat, (beef, veal, pork), eggs,

Features
Certified organic products, youth day camp programs, adult & family programs, school programs, farm birthday parties, petting area, community kitchen

Operation Type: Livestock

Tours
Attend tours through our programs or during Open Farm Days. Please call ahead to scheduled a privet tour. Can accommodate buses.

What You Will Find at Our Farm
Agritourism
Petting Zoo
Corporate Retreats
Tours
Other
Cooking and Food Demonstrations
Special Occasions
Kids Parties
Childrens Playground or Area
Private Parties
Educational Workshops
2018 Open Farm Day
Previous Open Farm Day Participants
Display Gardens/Flower or Horticultural Demonstrat
Dairy/Eggs
Raw Cows Milk
Milk
Eggs
Licenses/Certifications
Licensed Commercial Kitchen
Certified Organic
Other Food Safety Certifications
Livestock
Horses
Hogs/Swine
Other Livestock
Dairy Cows
Sheep
Chickens
Meats
Lamb
Pork
Beef
Chicken
Other Farm Products
Compost
Business Focus - Retail
Online Sales
Farm Stand
On-Farm Store
Payments Accepted
Personal Checks
Business Checks
Cash
PayPal

Upcoming Events

April, 2018

ShineOnCass Animal Baby Shower & Egg Hunt
April 22, Albion ME

Spring welcomes new life at the farm! Join us for a special Animal Baby Shower & Egg Hunt for children ages 0-11. Please bring a pet item to the "Baby Shower" to donate to the Humane Society Waterville Area in honor and memory of Cassidy, who was a shelter volunteer and long-time camper at Hart 2 Hart Farm. Children are asked to bring their own basket to collect hidden eggs on the farm. Egg Hunt begins at 2:30 pm for ages 0-6, followed by ages 7-11. Come meet the new baby calves, goats and welcome bunnies, sheep, and other farm animals at the petting area. The event also includes farm games, crafts, face painting and a visit by the Easter Bunny. All are encouraged to wear boots and warm clothing to the event. For more information, please call 437-2441, email info@hart2hartfarm.org or visit hart2hartfarm.org.

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May, 2018

Farmer for the Day
May 6, Albion ME

Ever wonder what it would be like to be a farmer for the day? Milk a cow, feed the chickens or pull a carrot from the garden? Come prepared to roll up your sleeves and get dirty as you join us doing afternoon chores. We'll collect eggs from the hen house, feed a baby calf a bottle of warm milk , move cows from the pasture to the milking parlorĀ· and graze through the garden for a tasty treat. Good for all ages. Families are welcome to bring a picnic dinner to eat in our picnic area. Time: 2:30 - 4:30 Cost: $5 / person $30 /family FMI: Contact Linda Hartkopf, director at 437-2441 or emailĀ· hhart@uninets.net

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June, 2018

Milking Art
June 2, Albion ME

JUNE 2 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Free A collaborative project with Colby College Museum of Art to bring Alex Katz art alive on the farm. Participants will paint their own painting using Alex Kats style. Then we'll tour the farm and try your own hand a milking a cow! Families are welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the farm. Donations suggested to help fund future programs. FMI or to RSVP (required). Contact Linda Hartkopf at 437-2441 or email : hhart@uninets.net to reserve your spot. Max: 20

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August, 2018

Adult Farm Camp
August 18 through August 19, Albion ME

Why should kids have all the fun?? During this 2 day workshop we'll tour our organic farm while focusing on pizza, garden exploration, cooking, play with sheep, journal and just have some plain fun. Plan on getting into the thick of farming. Try your hands at making garden fresh vegetable dips and herbal teas. Explore cheese making and cooking homemade pizza in our wood fired oven. Interested in farm chores? How about bottle feeding a new born calf or gathering eggs from the chicken coop for our morning breakfast. On day two, we'll start our day with morning yoga by the pond or an early morning farm walk. Then after a hardy brunch, it's off to explore our flock (sheep) and try our hands at felting. Our weekend comes to an end with a closing circle to reflecti on our weekend and the friends we have made. For accommodations plan on pitching a tent or staying at a local B&B. Times: Saturday, August 18 9 am - Sunday, August 19 1:30 pm FMI visit our website to download a brochure and book your reservations.

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