336 Bunker Hill Rd • Strasburg, PA 17579 • 717-687-0980

Good Harvest Farms

Being Fresh Is Our Business

Chris Powell

"I guarantee you the freshest produce, healthy flowers, and the most knowledgeable service when you shop at Good Harvest Farms."

Chris Powell, Owner

Lancaster County Farm, Greenhouse & Garden Center!

Good Harvest Farms is a fresh market grower of fruit, vegetables, hydroponic lettuce, herbs, and flowers. Our farm, greenhouses and garden center – Good Harvest Supply – are located in Strasburg, PA, in the heart of Lancaster County. We also run a Farm Stand at the Lancaster County Farmer's Market in Wayne, PA. Stop by today for the most nutritious, mouth-watering produce available, as well as beautiful flowers, hanging baskets and a great selection of farm fresh goods for your home and garden.

Good Harvest Supply

Garden Center

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You'll find everything you need for your home garden at our retail garden center in Strasburg. Take advantage of daily specials, get expert advice and find out about our custom planting services. Plus, be sure to tour our greenhouses and farm to see the latest advances in hydroponic and sustainable farming. Learn More

Good Harvest Farm Stand

Farm Stand

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Our newly renovated Farm Stand inside the Lancaster County Farmer's Market features the freshest selection of fruit, vegetables, hydroponic lettuce, herbs and flowers you'll find anywhere. Most of our fresh picked produce is grown exclusively at our Strasburg, PA farm and greenhouses. Learn More

We're dedicated to sustainable farming.

By adhering to agricultural and food production practices that do not harm the environment, that provide fair treatment to workers, and that support and sustain our local communities.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)!

Buy a share of the local harvest and get the highest quality produce every week.

News & Events

Fall Fairy Garden Class | September 12

10:00 a.m.

Welcome autumn by tending to your fairy garden as the harvest season arrives.  Wave the butterflies and summer flowers goodbye!  Make room for some autumn leaves and pumpkins.  Start a new fairy garden or bring an existing garden to freshen it up and change seasons.  You may bring your own container or purchase one from our selection of fairy garden accessories.  The $10.00 class fee includes expert instruction, charcoal, and soil.  Refreshments will be provided while you browse and mingle with other fairy gardeners!  Register at the store or via PayPal here.

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"Scarecrows for Special Children" Fundraiser | September 19

10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

 Visit Good Harvest Supply on September 19th between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to create a scarecrow with materials provided in exchange for a donation of $15.00.  All of the proceeds from the scarecrow workshop will go directly to the Clinic for Special Children. We will provide straw, along with clothing and accessories which were collected by Strasburg community youth groups and scout groups.  You may also bring your own accessories to create your own distinct scarecrow.  Take your scarecrow along with you to decorate your home in celebration of the season's harvest and in support of the Clinic for Special Children!  No need to register unless your business is entering the scarecrow contest.  All ages are welcome to participate!  Displays and demonstrations for all ages.  Rain or shine!  Questions?  info@goodharvest.com

 

"Businesses Support Special Children" Scarecrow Contest | September 19

10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

 
Businesses are challenged to join in a friendly scarecrow contest to support the Clinic for Special Children! Businesses may register on or before September 19th to be included in the judging.  Representatives from the Clinic for Special Children will select the Best Traditional Harvest Scarecrow, the Best Scarecrow in Action, and the Funniest Scarecrow.  Customers are invited to visit Strasburg's local businesses to check out the creative scarecrow entries!  Questions? Call or email us at info@goodharvestfarms.com  Businesses may register by making a donation at the store or via PayPal here.
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All-age Harvest Activities during Scarecrow Fundraiser | September 19

10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • Farmstead Tools & Equipment from 1900-1940 with Demo by Scott Hartz
  • Lancaster County Beekeepers Society Display
  • Complimentary popcorn & apple cider

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Farm Tour

A load of fresh-picked sweet corn, ready for your 4th of July picnic.
A load of fresh-picked sweet corn, ready for your 4th of July picnic.
A fresh load of Brussels from our field to your Thanksgiving table.
A fresh load of Brussels from our field to your Thanksgiving table.
Turning over brown gold compost. We work hard to reduce our fertilizer use on your veggies.
Turning over brown gold compost. We work hard to reduce our fertilizer use on your veggies.
Ripe for picking!
Ripe for picking!
Preparing the ground for our next planting of green beans.
Preparing the ground for our next planting of green beans.
Grafting tomatoes for better disease resistance without using chemicals.
Grafting tomatoes for better disease resistance without using chemicals.
Inside our expansive greenhouse.
Inside our expansive greenhouse.
Hydroponic vegetables grown fresh year round for your favorite salads.
Hydroponic vegetables grown fresh year round for your favorite salads.
Hydroponic vegetables grown fresh year round for your favorite salads.
Hydroponic vegetables grown fresh year round for your favorite salads.
Hydroponic vegetables grown fresh year round for your favorite salads.
Hydroponic vegetables grown fresh year round for your favorite salads.
Maddie – Age 6, Abbie – Age 6, and Luke Powell – Age 7. October 2008
Maddie – Age 6, Abbie – Age 6, and Luke Powell – Age 7. October 2008
Giving a young crop of peas a drink of water.
Giving a young crop of peas a drink of water.
Miscanthus Grass being harvested. One acre produces the energy of 1500 gallons of oil and absorbs more carbon then it produces when burned as fuel.
Miscanthus Grass being harvested. One acre produces the energy of 1500 gallons of oil and absorbs more carbon then it produces when burned as fuel.
Yellow Beauties.
Yellow Beauties.
Another crop of poinsettias for your Christmas decorating.
Another crop of poinsettias for your Christmas decorating.
Plump and juicy tomatoes.
Plump and juicy tomatoes.
When we’re not in the fields we’re growing flowers for customers.
When we’re not in the fields we’re growing flowers for customers.
Something for everyone.
Something for everyone.
A sure sign of spring, fresh strawberries in bloom.
A sure sign of spring, fresh strawberries in bloom.
Sweet corn reaching for the sun in early spring.
Sweet corn reaching for the sun in early spring.
The Family.
The Family.
Plump and juicy yellow pear tomatoes.
Plump and juicy yellow pear tomatoes.
A load of peppers ready for the cannery.
A load of peppers ready for the cannery.
Under construction again.
Under construction again.
From humble beginnings.
From humble beginnings.
Farm Market Parking
Farm Market Parking

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