Find Life on the Farm
In the hustle and bustle of today’s high pressure world, there are very few places where people can go to escape and enjoy nature and animals in a tranquil environment. The vision for Allaire Community Farm is to create a sanctuary where individuals can go to get away from the rat race of New Jersey and enjoy nature, rescued animals, healthy produce and interaction with other members of their local community. We also desire to give back to the community by providing a caring environment for children with special needs and at risk teens by utilizing our rescued animals to break down barriers.
Eat Better, Feel Better
Through our weekly co-op, Allaire Community Farm is proud to offer our co-op members the finest in organic produce, convenience, and the opportunity to help take good care of our neighbors – at up to 25% off local organic prices. Organic produce orders forms open on Monday through Wednesdays at 10am for pick up on Thursdays in Wall Township. Allaire Community Farm pick up times are 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Thursday. Weekly orders are not required. Deliveries are available within a five mile radius for a small fee. Currently, there is no cold storage of food in order to keep costs low. Orders will be picked in the order they are received. Prices are subject to change, and availabilities are subject to change.
Love In Action
Rescuing Kids, Rescuing Animals
We desire to be a sanctuary for our local community. Our mission is rescuing animals to rescue kids of all ages. We also desire to support families battling cancer by providing free organic produce. You can help us help our neighbors by sponsoring a rescued farm animal, sponsoring a family to receive organic produce, and through one-time or monthly tax-deductible donations to support the farm in helping at-risk teens and special needs kids.
Pony & Farm Parties
Party Animals Welcome!
Treat your child to a fun-filled pony and farm party at Allaire Community Farm. Not only will children be able to groom and ride ponies, they will be able to visit our petting zoo and feed our animals. Children will be able to gather eggs in our hen houses and interact with our chickens. Each party will have a full-time staff and trainers to work with the children. Parties last for two hours, and take place in our picnic area. We can provide all paper products for a standard party for an additional $20.00 fee. A pony and farm party at Allaire Community Farm is the perfect venue for birthdays, family celebrations, and scouting events.
Weddings & Special Events
A beautiful landscape rich with history & natural beauty
Allaire Community Farm sits on 22.5 several acres of rolling hills in scenic Wall Township, New Jersey. The property features an original, classic red barn; lush, grassy pastures; and a pond. This is a rustic setting that is ideal for weddings, corporate functions, employee or family BBQ gatherings, and more.
Class Trips & Events
Bring Your Class or Group to the Farm
A school trip to our farm is a great experience for all ages. A New Jersey certified teacher will guide, introduce and educate your group about the animals, plants and bees at the farm. Our class trips reinforce New Jersey education standards while making learning about farming fun. Our tours are able to work with existing curriculum to bring classroom lessons to life. We provide Spring, Summer and Fall tours. The Spring tours are during the months of March, April, May and June.Summer tours are July and August and the Fall tours are during the months of September, October and November. Our tours are appropriate for ages two to fourteen.
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About Allaire Community Farm
When we established the farm in 2013, it was our vision to create a sanctuary where families and members of the community could gather and enjoy our picturesque 22.5 acre farm in Wall Township. It was our hope that the farm would serve as a safe and peaceful place where people could go to get away from the rat race of New Jersey and to enjoy nature, rescued animals, healthy produce, and interaction with other members of their local community. We also desire to give back to the community in any way that we can by providing a caring environment for children with special needs and at risk young people who need encouragement. We also desire to offer free or low cost organic produce to families in need or those with cancer whose immune systems could use a boost.
While visiting, guests are encouraged to interact with rescued animals, learn about healthy eating, enjoy fresh produce from our greenhouses, gather eggs in our hen houses, and learn about the importance of honey bees to our environment. We offer community events, pony and farm parties for young children, scouting events, school class trips, and riding lessons. Members of the community are also welcome to join our organic co-op and receive fruits and vegetables at reduced prices.
With Warmest Regards,
JoAnn & Sean Burney
We’re so pleased and excited to share this big news with you! Mayor Ann Marie Conte of Wall Township issued an official proclamation to recognize the work we’re doing at Allaire Community Farm. Heartfelt thanks go to all our of supporters, sponsors, volunteers, and everyone who helps to make this place so special.
Book Your Party
Got questions? Call Joann at 732-996-2754, email email@example.com, or just complete the contact form right here.
Order Organic Produce
Orders can be placed on our weekly order form beginning Tuesday morning or as soon as we post it. The Deadline for orders is 10AM on Wednesday.
We are accepting cash, credit cards, and checks.
Click here to place your organic produce order.
Organic Food Donated to Date to Families Fighting Cancer
Make a Donation
We could sure use your help! If you’d like to partner with us to provide for the needs of our rescued farm animals, sponsor a family who is battling cancer, or make a one-time or monthly tax-deductible donation to keep Allaire Community Farm going, we’d appreciate it.
Click here to find out how you can help Allaire Community Farm.