Furnace Creek Farm is a thirty-six acre farm located in the historic Oley Valley. The land is split down the middle by Furnace Creek with field and meadow on either side and slopes upward to a rocky hillside, creating a diverse habitat ideal for medicinal and native plant growing.
The Oley Valley has been recognized as some of the most fertile farm land in the country since the early 1700's. In 1983 the entire township was placed on the National Register of Historic Places and amazingly 90% of the land remains in its original use since settlement. Furnace Creek is one of several small farms creating crop diversity and ecological sustainability in this traditional farming community.