There are few things more exciting than being on a natural, lush farm especially when the mission is to produce good food and share the farm experience with our community. My full-time work and career developing solar and wind energy as a climate-safe energy supply arose out of the same passion for a sustainable future that drives our goals for Spring Creek Farm. We are a natural regenerative farm producing good local food with a farm experience that all can enjoy. The desire to create community around farming comes from my memories of the Mennonite farmers where I grew up in Harleysville Montgomery County. Although I didn’t grow up on a farm, as a kid I grew tomatoes and other favorites in my garden for sale at the family grocery store. That experience and the family time that goes with it, putting up green beans, corn, and apple sauce in the fall and sharing great food in the winter is worth carrying into the next generation.
After high school I attended Northeastern University in Electrical Engineering and went on to get a law degree at Georgetown Law School. Heading west after law school I practiced law in Colorado for twenty years representing entrepreneurs and start-up businesses and then served as a Commissioner on the Colorado Public Utility Commission. I returned to the Delaware Valley in 1999 to cofound the renewable energy company I still lead and to pursue my passions for farming, family and community here in my home community.
Spring Creek Farm is the latest expansion of our regenerative farming operation with vegetables, cattle and chickens designed to lead the way on local farming that is both ecologically and economically sustainable. We look forward to seeing it grow and take shape as a place where the community shares the experience and joys of traditional farming.
Farm Operations Manager
Property & Facilities Manager