Greetings. Spring 2013 has finally arrived and it is exciting to see the farm awaken from its dormant state.
The 2013 season brings several new educational activities to the farm. Teach your children about solar generated electricity by visiting our new 20 kilowatt per hour solar cell unit. The farm has become an electricity independent and a generator which puts excess alternating current back into the Maryland grid. Learn about the honey bee's social structure from our new Honeybee expert Eliot. As you drive in, note our new 500 fruit and nut tree Riparian buffer (supported the the U.S. Forestry Service) along the stream to reduce erosion and provide future wildlife habitat.
We are continually grateful to those of you who have visited us in the past. Our anticipated opening day this year is June 15th.
We look forward to your visit again in several short months. Robert. Hamilton, Owner
Dear Hybridoma Organic Fruit Farm Patrons:Welcome to the 2013 growing season. We anticipate a productive Summer with blueberries, brambles (raspberries, blackberries) and some other fruit.
We are pleased to welcome Eliot Latchaw and his family to the farm operation in 2013. They will be producing honey for sale from the hives on the farm.
In January, the Hybridoma Organic Fruit Farm installed 20 kilowatts/hour of solar generating capacity and in doing so became energy independent and a net producer of electricity to the Maryland grid.