Who We Are

Lakehouse Farms is one of the most beautiful, self-sustainable farms located in the Northeast. It is situated on a breathtaking 400 acre estate in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. At Lakehouse Farms, we grow fruits and vegetables by employing an adaptive natural farming system – no pesticides or herbicides, with minimal weeding, pruning and watering. Our crops fight nature’s harsh environments and become stronger, denser and healthier, naturally.  We also offer a one-of-a-kind wedding and private event venue.

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For Our Extended Family

Our focus has always been very simple, “what do we want to feed our family?”
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Scholarship Funds

Lakehouse Farms makes annual donations to college scholarship funds for students with single parents and good academic achievements.
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Ways to Donate

Please contact us for more information on how you can help our cause.

For donations made by check, please address to RMJ Bloomsburg, LLC at 1011 Paper Mill Road, Bloomsburg, PA 17815

What We Grow

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Korean Peppers
(고추/고추가루) 

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Cucumbers
(오이) 

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Wild Bellflower Root
(도라지)

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Mugwort
(쑥)

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Mountain Chives
(달래) / Chives (부추)

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Sesame Leaves 
(깻잎)

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Wild Mountain Garlic
(명이나물)

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Watermelons
(수박)

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Grapes
(포도)

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Korean Melons
(참외)

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Maple Water
(고로쇠) 

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Bonnet Bellflower Roots 
(더덕)

Frequently Asked Questions

Lakehouse Farms employs a self-sustainable farming system. In the center of the farm, there is a beautiful 70 acre lake which provides the main source of our land’s best nutrients – aquatic weeds. During the spring and summer seasons these aquatic weeds grow. We then gather the aquatic weeds and dry, grain and spread them over our farm. These aquatic weeds are full of minerals and nutrients and serve as clean, healthy and balanced food to our soil. We also raise chickens and ducks and their manure provides additional nutrients.

Unfortunately, there is no insect-proof, disease-proof way to grow vegetation organically.  We lose roughly 50% of our crops to pests and diseases. We have electric fences around our farm which sometimes deter the large animals from entering the farm.  We also make large quantity of wild mugwort tea. This mugwort tea is a natural insect repellant and also helps our peppers fight diseases.

The Hwang family eats a lot of spicy food… A LOT!!  Unfortunately, they learned that most of these pepper flakes contain red coloring chemicals (to brighten the color) and metals (to increase the product weight). Importing from a reliable source in Korea was their only means to get healthy and clean pepper flakes. After years of importing, it got too expensive. They soon realized many Korean families experienced the same issue.  The most affordable and sure way to eat clean and healthy pepper flakes?  Grow our own peppers!!

Self-Sustainability

Lakehouse Farms is a 100% self-sustainable, adaptive natural farm. In the center of the farm, there is a beautiful 70 acre lake which provides the main source of our land’s best nutrients – aquatic weeds. We manually gather these aquatic weeds during the spring and summer seasons. We then dry, grain and spread them over our farm. These aquatic weeds are full of minerals and various nutrients and serve as clean, healthy and balanced food to our soil. We also raise chickens and ducks. These friends play an important role in keeping our land healthy and fertile.

Contact Us

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Lakehouse Farms
1011 Paper Mill Road
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Lakehouse Farms
1011 Paper Mill Road
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Helen (English)
Helen (English)
201-937-0425
201-937-0425
E-mail
E-mail
info@lakehousefarms.com
info@lakehousefarms.com
James (Korean)
James (Korean)
201-638-1668
201-638-1668