On May 4, 2019 from 1-4pm, tour Sweet Sourland Farm in Hopewell and learn the art of meat goat husbandry. Registration required. Visitors can also learn about the Katzenbach’s innovative energy-conserving systems including solar panels and a rooftop solar water heater.
Parking is limited on Sweet Sourland Farm. Visitors are encouraged to park at the nearby Kulak Preserve parking lot at 25 Featherbed Lane and carpool from there. Please arrive at the Featherbed parking lot at 12:45 for carpooling. If that lot is full, there is another nearby lot also on Featherbed Lane but on the east side of Hopewell-Wertsville Road (see map below).
Sweet Sourland Farms is family owned & operated, offering forest and farm products for sale on a modest scale since 1956 including maple syrup, honey, meat goats, as well as lumber, pine and hardwoods grown and milled on-site. Sweet Sourland Farms has had a long and abiding commitment to sustainable and organic agriculture and use solar, thermal, and PV renewable energy sources.