Friends of Springton Manor Farm

Friends of Springton Manor Farm invite you to become part of the farm. Our mission is to promote preservation, education, outreach, cultural and community activities and provide opportunities for community engagement. 

We also raise funds to support specific programs at Springton Manor Farm such as the pollinator meadow and the animal shelters in the pastures. 

Our group seeks community members to: 

    • Provide weekend animal care (adults)
    • Weed the butterfly garden
    • Preserve the history of Springton
    • Participate in community events like Sheep and Wool Day and Ice Cream Social
    • Repair and restore storm damaged trails
    • Become involved in fundraising for special park projects 
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Springton Manor Farm Park has something for everyone. Whether you like the farm complex with the animals; the beautiful hiking trails near Indian Run Creek; the ridge overlooking the Welsh Mountains; the historical manor house, or the quiet fishing pond, you can find it here. 

The Friends of Springton Manor Farm works  to enhance and preserve the character of this historic park. You can make a difference and have some fun participating in the many opportunities at Springton Manor Farm.

We are a 501.c.3 nonprofit organization. Donations are gladly accepted and are tax deductable to the extent allowed by the IRS. 

Email us for more information and become a member today!


Enhancing Bluebird Populations in the Park

Springton Manor Farm maintains bluebird nesting boxes to enhance bluebird populations in our area. Park volunteer Ian Plane monitors the nesting boxes weekly, counting the eggs and nestlings. He also helps resolve any nesting box problems for this beneficial insect eating bird.

When eggs started to disappear despite the usual predator deterrents, he consulted with the State County Coordinator for the Bluebird Society of Pennsylvania, Ken Leister, and Springton Manor Farm’s Maintenance Foreman, Jerry Battisto. They looked at options to modify the existing boxes to keep bluebird eggs safe from predators. As of the end of May 2016, Springton Manor Farm's bluebirds have fledged 28 birds.

Information on the Bluebird Society of Pennsylvania can be found at  

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Blue birds are getting a helping hand from left to right, bluebird expert, Ken Leister; bluebird monitoring volunteer, Ian Plane, and Springton Manor Farm Maintenance Foreman, Jerry Battisto. Photo credit: Robin Spurlino