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Twelve Christmas or Holiday Plants – Poisonous and Safe?

December 07, 2022

The Joy of Traditional Christmas Plants Christmas is a fun festival for many people and is often a very meaningful celebration as well. Family or […]

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Trailside Organic Farm – February 2022 Update

February 01, 2022

Submitted by Ian Frederick, Farm Manager What if I told you that February is one of the most exciting months for growers and vegetable farmers? […]

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Trailside Organic Farm – January 2022 Update

January 01, 2022

Submitted by Ian Frederick, Trailside Organic Farm Manager It’s called a water wheel transplanter. It saves time and your back! For friends and family members […]

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Water Wheel Transplanter

Trailside Organic Farm December 2021 Update

December 01, 2021

Submitted by Ian Frederick, Trailside Organic Farm Manager Faint parallel trenches in freshly-tilled soil. A carpet of green stubble, determined to gain territory before snowfall. […]

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Seedlings in a container

Trailside Organic Farm November 2021 Update

November 01, 2021

Submitted by Ian Frederick, Trailside Organic Farm Manager As fall continues, you may be wondering what the manager of an upcoming organic vegetable farm will […]

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Ian standing beside a tractor

Chestnut Trees come home to Cornwall Manor

October 15, 2021

October 2021 Update – At Cornwall Manor, we love our trees! In 2011, four hybrid chestnut trees were planted on our campuses (two on the […]

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Chestnut tree branches on the Cornwall Manor CCRC

Visiting Middle Creek & the Snow Geese

January 28, 2020

Experience by an Amateur Enthusiast & Resident Sally Renda The Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area spans 6,000 acres in Lancaster and Lebanon counties, Pennsylvania, just […]

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Avid Resident Cyclist Bikes Tour de Lebanon Valley

August 22, 2019

Cornwall Manor resident Bill Clement is an avid biker – something that has always been part of his life. He rode as a child and […]

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Cornwall Manor Woodshop Builds Gardening Stations

July 26, 2019

  Special appreciation is extended to the Cornwall Manor Woodshop for designing, constructing and painting six garden centers for use in the Health Center and […]

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Residents and Health Center Activities Supervisor stand at gardening stations built by the Woodshop

Trees of Life

April 27, 2018

Cornwall Manor, nestled on 190 acres of colorful gardens and wooded grounds, is a unique and charming place to live. Our beautiful, wooded campus sets […]

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Cornwall Manor resident Tree Interest Group