The Monocacy Farm Project

The Monocacy Farm Project utilizes land and resources at Monocacy Manor in Bethlehem, Pa., in the Franciscan tradition to model stewardship and care of the earth, foster community involvement, provide educational opportunities and serve the needs of the poor. The project includes the following initiatives:

  • Educational workshops for adults, children and families on organic gardening, nutrition and sustainable lifestyle
  • Organic vegetables made available to area residents through Community Supported Agriculture programs
  • Organic produce provided to low-income families through Agriculture Supported Community programs
  • Community gardens available for lease to those who wish to grow their vegetables
  • Increased community involvement through farm programs and activities

Please take a few moments to view the video below to learn about the important work and impact of the Monocacy Farm Project.

Video: The Monocacy Farm Project

Join the Mission
Sponsorships and contributions are needed to cover the cost of vegetable donations to low-income families, shelters, food pantries and soup kitchens. A donation of any size will assist tremendously in providing services and assistance to under-served communities. Contributions may be forwarded to:

The Monocacy Farm Project
Attention: Sister Bonnie Marie Kleinschuster
395 Bridle Path Road

Bethlehem, PA 18017

Please make checks payable to School Sisters of St. Francis. School Sisters of Saint Francis is a 501c3 not-for-profit corporation. All donations are tax-deductible.

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