When Henry and Charlotte Rosenberger, Blooming Glen, PA, decided to preserve farmland in a suburban area northeast of Philadelphia, they named their enterprise Tussock Sedge Farm after a plant that is common on the property.

“Tussock sedge holds the land along stream banks and prevents erosion. In the same way, our farm preserves land in an area prone to urban sprawl,” Henry Rosenberger explains.

Much of the 552-acre farm is permanently preserved as part of the Bucks County Farmland Preservation Program. The land is used to raise grass fed beef.
Read more about the farm’s conservation practices