Staff

Staff Members
Andrew Buckwalter (Farmer)

Farmer Andrew, who manages the CSA program, was born and raised in Lititz.  He attended Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA where he received his BA.  Andrew then worked as an English teacher and college counselor at the Trinity-Pawling School.  His summers were spent completing two apprenticeship programs at highly regarded farms in New England.  During the 2007 growing season, Andrew participated in the Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training in New York and Massachusetts.  He is delighted to share his knowledge and passion of growing vegetables for local communities.

Coral Hotte (Farmer)

Coral is a Certified Horticulturist and flower farmer, with over 15 years of growing experience.  She attended the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, NY.  With a background in estate and formal gardens, Coral ran her own business in New England for many years.  She now graces Buckhill Farm with her experience, knowledge and passion for plants and flowers.

Sean Huie (Farmer)

Sean has been working at Buckhill Farm CSA since 2013.  He is a native of Berks County, and currently reside in Myerstown with his wife, Toni.  He graduated from Penn State University in 2000 with a B.S. in Horticulture.

Since then, Sean has been growing vegetables both conventionally and organically. Some of his tenures include: working as a Field Manager and Plant Nutritionist at Risser-Marvel Farm Market in Annville, PA (9 years); and working as the Director of Field Operations for Bare Foot Organics LLC until late 2013, a small certified organic farm located in Lebanon, PA.

Sean writes: "As long as I can remember, I have had a passion for growing things – ever since my father showed me how to plant and then later take care of my first tomato. I have also had a fascination with bugs from a very early age. That later led to the study of entomology. I soon realized just how important it was to maintain a balance between the good bugs and the bad one’s when growing crops successfully. I am a strong advocate for the use of IPM (integrative pest management) practices in the growing of vegetables. It minimizes the need to spray even organic pesticides. I am also dedicated to sustainability and sharing my knowledge with others. Through my experiences with both conventional and organic farming I have gained a real appreciation for the challenges of raising vegetables. I am always striving to learn new and environmentally-friendly ways to grow the best produce! I look forward to meeting all of our CSA members throughout the season and of course, at the Annual Harvest Party!"

Heather Fenimore (The Market Manager)

Heather is looking forward to her third season working at The Market.  She has been a Buckhill Farm CSA member for the last eight seasons and is thrilled to share her passion for local, organically grown produce with members and non-members alike.  Her prior professional endeavors include 20 years as a partner in a consulting actuarial firm and eight years working with adolescents on the autism spectrum. Heather’s favorite things about The Market include exchanging recipe ideas with customers, encouraging shoppers to try something new, teaching the children how to do her job, and giving directions to tourists who can’t find Lititz. 

2017 CSA Shares


Buckhill Farm will not be offer shares for the 2017 season.
 

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