Dog Holler Organic Farm

This organic farm sits atop the water supply for the 10 homes in the Dog Holler neighborhood. If the six homes the previous landowner owned had been developed, that water supply would have been imperiled. The current landowners are diligently and naturally rebuilding the soils, nurturing a vibrant avian community, and growing spectacular sunflowers.

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PROTECTED: 2013

ACRES: 85

LOCATION: Near Hoytsville

PROPERTY OWNERS: Dick and Gaye Stoner

RECREATION: No public access

TRAILS: N/A

VEGETATION: Mixed forest, shrubland and evergreen forest plant communities

WILDLIFE: Mule deer, black bear, elk, coyote, bobcat, moose, bald eagle, common finch, great blue heron, great horned owl, osprey, red-tailed hawk, sandhill crane, etc.

CONSERVATION VALUES: Open space, agricultural, wildlife habitat, water quality, wetland and riparian