Catalpa Farm

Our farm. Our family. Our future.

Catalpa Farm began in 1804 When Zadock Long purchased several tracks of land to create Catalpa Farm. It remained in the Long family for multiple generations until 1974[1]. We purchased the property in 2021 to restore it to a working farm.

There are several significant histocial buildings on the property including one of four remaining tobacco barns known on the the eastern shore. There’s a smokehouse, a milking parlor, even a three seat privy!



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Tobacco Barn




Local Honey

We are busy setting up the new apiary. Building out boxes, cleaning frames, and planting out fields of flowers for our pollinators.

Handmade Soaps

Lather. Rinse. Repeat.


Coming Spring of 2024.Farm fresh veggies, cut flowers, and honey. Maybe an egg or two. Subscribe to our newsletter for more information.