Community and Heritage


The original gardens at the Hoch Farm were created and kept by Amelia Hoch. She became well known locally in the early 1900s for her beautiful, meticulously groomed flower beds.


In 2014 the flower beds still reflect some of the heritage flower varieties that Amelia Hoch was known for.


NEW in 2014, the naturalized Nature Garden area attracts a variety of butterflies, bees and birds.

Garden Plots are available each Spring to individuals and families who need a place to grow their own fruit and vegetables.


The 2014 Community Dinner of Good Cheer event will feature vegetables grown by volunteers in a garden plot at the Hoch Farm. This annual community event is held on Christmas eve and is attended by a majority of the community.


For more information about any of the above, please contact us

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