Red Hill Farm

COVID-19 Farm Update

We care about our Red Hill Farm community and want to make you aware of some new precautions to keep everyone healthy and safe at the farm.  Please click here or see the tab under membership for more information!

Red Hill Farm, owned by the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, is one of the sisters’ many environmental initiatives. Red Hill Farm is a six-acre Community Supported Agriculture farm in its 20th year of production. It provides produce for 120 members as well as for the Sisters of St. Francis. The farm has always been managed by utilizing organic practices. We build healthy soil with the use of cover crops and compost. Weeds are managed with mechanical cultivation and hand weeding.  Pests are managed through crop rotation and the use of floating row covers.

What is Community Supported Agriculture?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) allows community members to connect with a local farm and support their local food economy. Members purchase a farm share and in return receive a weekly supply of fresh produce harvested at the peak of freshness. Red Hill Farm offers over 30 types of vegetables and a wide array of U-Pick crops, including berries, cut flowers, and herbs. A CSA membership allows people to feel confident about how and where their food is grown and enables them to develop a relationship with the farmer while learning about food.

Click here for a list of some vegetables we grow!

Interesting Facts


We are now accepting members for the 2021 season.  Click here for the 2021 member form or email us and we will forward it to you.

Physical Address and Phone:
Red Hill and Legion Roads,
Aston, PA 19014,
(610) 558-6799

Mailing Address:
609 S. Convent Road
Aston, PA 19014

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Interesting Facts:

• Two hives of honeybees make their home at the farm.
• Red Hill Farm is over 20 years old.
• Fifty fruit trees have recently been planted on the farm.
• A large colony of Purple Martins returns to the farm each March.
• Solar panels on the roof of the barn support all the electrical needs of the farm.