Phillies Bridge Farm Project is a non-profit organization promoting agriculture that is ecologically sound, community oriented, and economically viable.
Located on 65 scenic acres in the Hudson Valley of New York State, Phillies Bridge Farm Project is a working farm that connects people to their food and the land by running education programs, growing food for the community, and sharing part of the harvest with people in need.
Programs include Community Supported Agriculture, Farm to Families, and internship programs. The farm offers hands on educational programs for schools and students.
Phillies Bridge Farm Project summer camps provide an engaging environment where children ages 5-12 deepen their connection to the soil, plants, and animals that are the sources of their food. All camp sessions integrate hands-on farm and food activities, outdoor exploration, music, and art for a varied and memorable camper experience.