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MHS Project Market

Enjoy Fresh Student-Grown Produce Starting June 25

Starting Monday, June 25, 2018, Milton Hershey School’s student-run market, otherwise known as Project Market, will be open to the Hershey community. Enjoy fresh, in-season produce offerings that are grown and cared for by MHS staff and students.

Where: Project Market is located at the MHS Horticulture Center at 260 Ivanhoe Lane. Follow the directions below.

  • Follow 322 East to the roundabout at Meadow Lane.
  • Enter the roundabout and exit to the  left onto Meadow Lane.
  • Continue on Meadow Lane to Ivanhoe Lane.
  • Turn right onto Ivanhoe Lane.
  • Continue until you reach a Y-shaped intersection and bear right.
  • The Horticulture Center is the large building on the right.

Hours: Project Market will be open to the public, as well as the MHS community, weekdays from noon to 4 p.m. beginning June 25.

Produce for Sale: Availability of produce will change throughout the growing season. Examples of produce for sale include blueberries, zucchini, onions, corn, and more.   Follow Project Market on Facebook  to learn what’s currently available.

For more information, call 717-520-2255 or   follow Project Market on Facebook.

MHS Project Market

The MHS Project Market provides a pipeline for students to learn about agriculture and develop student-produced products for sale in the student-run market. Through local business partnerships and the guidance of staff, alumni, experts, and entrepreneurs, students benefit from hands-on learning opportunities and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) curriculum.

Learn more about our comprehensive STEAM curriculum and Agricultural and Environmental Education program.