This is the story of Happy Hills Farm
Happy Hills Farm was founded by James's grandparents, Margueritte and Jasper Hill in 1975. James and his wife, Ella, took over the farm in 2006. James and Ella have since expanded the farm's produce selection greatly and added a CSA program.
We are committed to nature and community
Survival of earth’s living things, such as plants and people, depends on their ability to change with the earth’s environment. Survival of human social institutions such as governments, religions and businesses depends on their ability to change with humanity. Social institutions have a strong effect on the quality of life for the people associated with them and on the part of the earth’s environment in which they operate.
You're welcome to visit!
Come spend an afternoon at Happy Hills Farm, the last working, educational, organic farm in Shelby County. This forty-acre farm has lots of animals – always a favorite with the children – as well as several historic museum houses and a Yankee barn, loaded with antiques and historic items.
So, whether you’re a history buff, a teacher, parent or grandparent looking for a kid friendly fun and educational activity, come experience a slice of old fashioned farm life.