Book the entire farm for your special celebration!

The wood fired pizza oven underneath the beautiful timber framed pavilion provides a unique and charming atmosphere for almost any type of celebration or ceremony. We can cater your event with our famous Field to Table pizzas that use toppings grown and raised right on the farm!

Such celebrations include school field trips, birthday parties, family reunions, bachelor and bachelorette parties, company outings, business meetings, writing retreats, the perfect quaint and unique setting for ceremonies such as blessing ways, baptisms, croning, or for any other special occasion. The possibilities are endless!

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The Outdoor Pavilion

Hand built using the trees from the farm!

Wood Fired Pizza!

Design your own pizza!

Do yourself a favor and enjoy a delicious farm experience

Mountain Harvest Organics is a destination farm, with breathtaking views on the drive to the farm , so schedule a day trip for a romantic or family outing that includes a hike at famous Max Patch Bald, followed by one of our famous field to table pizza dinners where you design your own pizza! With each field to table pizza dinner, you will be able to enjoy a free farm tour!

A pizza dinner after a hike is a great way to reward the young'uns for an unplugged outdoor adventure along one of the many amazing trails surrounding our area.

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Attend one of our workshops for a homesteading learning experience

Throughout the year, we love to share our knowledge with you, and you can learn along with like minded people. For over 20 years, we've mainly been a production oriented farm; however, our utmost priority throughout those years has been focused on being self reliant.

Such workshops that we have over the course of the year include gardening, cheesemaking, preservation of food through canning and fermentation, building, keeping a family dairy cow, plus too numerous homesteading and self reliant skills to mention.

We've tried to model Mountain Harvest after the yesteryear farms of Appalachia.

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Small Scale Forestry

Teaching this to a group of o ur fellow farmers.