Fernbrook Farms has been in the Kuser family for three generations. The family-owned farm currently blends agriculture, horticulture, education and community.
Larry Kuser, third generation owner of Fernbrook Farms, has been actively running the farm since 1982. Prior to farming, Larry was a high school math and science teacher and coach. From 1976-1981 he served as Dean of Students for Princeton Day School, Princeton, NJ. Larry has never given up his love of teaching or his involvement in the community. He has been an adjunct teacher at Mercer County Community College, Rutgers University School of Continuing Education and the New York Botanical Gardens. He has given lectures for the Master Gardeners programs and the New Jersey Association of Landscape Architects.
He serves on the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association, a past member of the Burlington County Board of Agriculture, past president of the Chesterfield Township Environmental Commission and is a member of the New Jersey Community Forestry Council. Larry is a graduate of Cornell University and has a Masters degree in Education from Fordham University. He has been married for 44 years to Susie, has three grown children and 8 grandchildren. His vocation and avocation are the same: to live close to the earth and share the farm with as many people as possible.
On the Farm
In addition to the Wholesale Nursery, you'll also find:
Fernbrook Education Center
Fernbrook Farm CSA
Community Supported Agriculture is a natural fit at Fernbrook where they are dedicated to growing plants, connecting people to the land, and being involved in the community.
The Inn at Fernbrook Farms
The Inn dates back to 1750. It will forever be a place for friends and family to come together, laugh and share stories.