Gorman Heritage Farm

WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT DOING BUSINESS IN OHIO?

The history of agriculture in Ohio and Gorman Heritage Farm’s unique placement provide the perfect setting for our mission of educating about agriculture, nutrition, sustainability and the environment. The new laws related to agritourism destinations are very beneficial in allowing us to achieve our mission and vision to cultivate an informed, involved community dedicated to Building Healthy Futures. 

DESCRIPTION OF BUSINESS:

Gorman Heritage Farm (GHF) dates back to 1835 and several of the original structures remain on the property. For 20 years, GHF has been an educational nonprofit organization that provides educational opportunities through school field trips, group tours, kids summer day camps, Scout programs, adult/family classes/workshops, and daily admission. GHF is a 122-acre working farm complete with row crops, an organic vegetable garden and a variety of farm animals. The farm also has five miles of wooded hiking trails and an overlook at one of the highest points in Hamilton County. Pasture raised meats and products are available that include beef, pork, turkey, chicken and eggs. GHF also sells honey and locally produced food products and arts/crafts.



COMPANY STATISTICS:

Location: 10052 Reading Road, Evendale, Ohio 45241, Hamilton County
Type of Industry: Nonprofit Educational Farm
Products/Services:

Educational group tours/School field trips, Meat and Produce sales, Sunflower Festival 

Number of Current Employees: 14
Year Company Started: 1835 as a family farm, 1996 as a nonprofit organization
Website: www.GormanFarm.org

*All information was submitted by the company.