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Fulton Farm, Fulton Center for Sustainable Living, Wilson College

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Explore sustainability in food production, energy, transportation, land stewardship and community awareness at the Fulton Center for Sustainable Living (FCSL). Members will enjoy vegetables, melons, berries, pumpkins, cider, eggs, honey, free range eggs, poultry, flowers, herbs and meats.

Things to Do
  • Directions: traveling from the North. Follow I-81 South and take Exit 17-Walker Rd. Turn right onto Walker Rd for 0.3 miles to first stop light. Turn left onto Route 11 South. Campus is on your right. The main entrance of campus is marked by stone pillars.
  • Hours: Please call ahead.
  • Months Open: May-Nov
  • Tours Available:
Farms, Markets & Wineries
  • Certifications:
    • Free-Range Eggs & Poultry
    • Certified Naturally Grown
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  • Other: Special Events, Classes/Workshops, Workshops, classes, discussions, monthly potluck suppers, barn movies, midsummer celebration, end of year harvest event. Sustainable Living Workshops, CSA Celebrations, Passive solar greenhouse and gardens, interpretive trail along Conochocheague, historic Owens Barn and Tooke Farmhouse, solar and wind generated electricity demonstrations and biodiesel processor, campus composting facility and recycling project
  • Pick Your Own: Available
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